Jul 3, 2013

The opening of Unilever's Four Acres Singapore

Unilever launched Four Acres Singapore, the first global leadership development centre outside of the UK, last week. The 5.8-acre facility was opened by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, accompanied by Leo Yip, chairman of the Singapore Economic Development Board; JTC CEO Png Cheong Boon; Ascendas president and CEO Manohar Khiatani; and Unilever CEO Paul Polman.

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