StarHub Ltd

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Headquarter
Singapore

StarHub is a leading homegrown Singapore company that delivers world-class communications, entertainment and digital solutions

With our extensive fibre and wireless infrastructure and global partnerships, we bring to people, homes and enterprises quality mobile and fixed services, a broad suite of premium content, and a diverse range of communications solutions. We develop and deliver to corporate and government clients solutions, such as artificial intelligence, cyber security, data analytics, Internet of Things and robotics. We are committed to conducting our business in a sustainable and environmentally responsible manner.

Launched in 2000 and listed on the Singapore Exchange mainboard since 2004, StarHub is a component stock of the Straits Times Index, the SGX Sustainability Leaders Index and the SGX Sustainability Leaders Enhanced Index.

  • Revenue

    2,400.700.000SGD

    2018

  • Employees

    2,541

    2017

  • Operating in

    1country

    2017

Main Business Areas

StarHub Business is a place for fresh ideas, latest trends, and innovative thinking on digital innovation for all businesses. We recognise that for small businesses to become big, and for big businesses to get bigger, digital awareness and transformation are key. As your partner in digital transformation, we aim to leverage our relationships with the world’s leading ICT players to harness knowledge and information that will help you recognise, create and foster new B2B2X opportunities.

Management Profile

Dr Chong Yoke Sin leads the enterprise business group which serves the needs of enterprise and government sector clients, ranging from SMEs to multinational corporations.

Prior to joining StarHub, Yoke Sin was the Chief Executive Officer of Integrated Health Information Systems. With more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry, Yoke Sin was also the Chair of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Asia Pacific Governing Council.

Yoke Sin is Vice President of the Singapore Computer Society. She currently sits on the Boards of the Singapore Land Authority, SG Enable, Republic Polytechnic and the National Kidney Foundation. Yoke Sin holds a PhD in Chemistry from the National University of Singapore and attended the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard University.

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