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Contact-new.svg Jenny Lam
Employer:SQEM Consultants & Advisors
Occupation:Training & Development Director/ Business Improvement Consultant
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Hi, my name is Jenny Lam. I am a mother of two lovely children and wife of a loving husband. I run a consultancy firm with my husband. On top of all the activities with family and work, I try to make time for something that I like. My latest craze is baking. Its wonderful to see how the eyes of both young and old, light up when eating a piece of delicious cake. They all love my sugee cake!! I was just thinking of setting up a blog to share the fun in baking.



Work wise, I am interested in developing quality content and delivery of training materials for both commercial and educational needs. I have always been involved in auditing and training. From the computer auditing in the banking industry to auditing / training to help companies improve their business processes. Our consultancy firm is SQEM in the Business Improvement and Training business for the last 5 years. We work with our customers to come out with a best fit plan to face the challenges in their industry. Main areas of focus are Safety, Quality, Environment and Management. So far, we have worked with industries like hospitals, manpower deployment, food and pharmaceutical manufacturing, timber concessionaires, wood based manufacturing and travel industries.

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