Feng Shui For Business Talk

Friday, 24 January 2014 14:54

16 January 2014 - More than 70 participants from private and public sectors gathered at Intercontinential Asiana Saigon Hotel to welcome the new year with a “Feng Shui for Business” talk.

16 January 2014 - More than 70 participants from private and public sectors gathered at Intercontinential Asiana Saigon Hotel to welcome the new year with a “Feng Shui for Business” talk.

Business Networking before the talk

Feng Shui master, GladDana Hu from Singapore was invited to share about her short-term, annual and long-term outlook of the economy based on Feng Shui beliefs and philosophy. At the onset, she introduced Feng Shui as as a scientific study about the movement and interaction of energies surrounding each one of us.

Ms Hu said, “When used correctly, Feng Shui could account for up to 25% of our successs.” Therefore, it was not surprising that almost all were at ears when Ms Hu went on to share on the type of businesses of which would be most suitable to embark on in 2014.

According to Ms Hu, 2014 being the year of the wood Horse would be most ideal for industries that belonged to Water, Wood or Fire elements. And those industries are with the hospitality, education and entertainment. Hence, she advised that 2014 should be the opportune time to start and develop a hotel and tourism business, education and consultancy organizations and entertainment companies.

Chinara A., a display designer and event planner commented, “I’m glad the SBG had invited Master Hu to present this Feng Shui talk, because I had consulted her before for my office two years ago. I can attest to her expertise in this field.” She was one of the participants at the Feng Shui talk who found this event most meaningful.

Feng Shui Master, GladDana Hu (left) with Singapore Business Group President, Norman Lim (right)

This special Raffles Night event was organized by the Singapore Business Group and co-hosted with the Chambers of Commerce and Business Associations of Malaysia, Indonesia. Australia, Thailand, Hongkong and China in Ho Chi Minh City.

 
 
 
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