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New Year, New Beginnings

Greetings from the Kyoob-id team!

What a refreshing start to the New Year!

Kyoob-ID is pleased to announce a couple of initiatives for this year, one of which is to stay more connected with our stakeholders – our clients, suppliers, and more. We’ll be doing this through a bi-monthly blog such as this, and an e-newsletter that will be disseminated every quarter. On these mediums, we’ll share about our latest project updates, recent industry insights, staff interviews, and corporate news such as events and happenings. Through these, we hope that you can stay abreast of what’s happening.

Our emphasis, as a commercial interior design set-up, has always been on design and creativity. Thus this year, more than before, we’ll strive to showcase our works in Singapore and beyond. This means participating in design competitions and events and getting our name out there.

Helping the community is an endeavor we value and support. This will go on. Near the start of March, we participated in the OCBC Cycle 2012 among many others in “The Challenge (39km) Race”, where proceeds will go to selected charity organisations. And on 21 March, Kyoob-ID will participate in the “Make-A-Wish Golf Tournament 2012”, an event that seeks to raise funds for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

We’ll also stay committed to our employees, and continue to nurture and provide an environment for their creativity and growth. Other than work-related courses and training such as skills upgrading, employees also get to attend relevant industry exhibitions and workshops relating to buildings, work safety, and the environment. For our staff to gain exposure to all facets of design and build, they are encouraged to take a pro-active role in site meetings and discussions.

Improving lives at the workplace is Kyoob-ID’s mission, and we’ll carry on doing it with passion. We love to hear from you. If you’ve anything to share with us, do send us a note: admin@kyoob.com.sg.

Michelle Goh, Design Director