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Baskin-Robbins SG, MY CEO joins QSR Media’s upcoming supply chain webinar

Understand how restaurant brands are navigating supply chain disruptions on April 4.

Cheah Jia Ming, the chief executive officer of Baskin-Robbins Singapore and Malaysia master franchisee Golden Scoop Sdn Bhd, is joining QSR Media’s "Supply Chain Under Pressure: Key Developments, Navigating Disruptions" webinar on April 4.

Jia Ming graduated from the University of Glasgow in the UK with a degree in Bachelor of Accountancy with Finance with experience in accounting and banking prior to joining the family business. He has been at the helm of Golden Scoop Sdn Bhd since 1 January 2018. The group now owns and operates more than 140 stores in both countries. 

He joins a panel that already has Subway ANZ operations director Chris Churchmichael, Euromonitor International senior consultant (Food & Nutrition) Emil Fazira and Fourth general manager for APAC Paul Tregoning.

The event is open to all restaurant executives.

Register for the Supply Chain Under Pressure: Key Developments, Navigating Disruptions by clicking here.

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