With a diverse portfolio of F&B brands spanning multiple countries, award-winning entrepreneur Bryan Loo has long dominated the premium quick-service and fast-casual restaurant business in Malaysia.
Born and bred in Perlis, Bryan first embarked on a medical career path after obtaining a degree in Biotechnology from Monash University, Australia. The turning point came two years later, when he decided to make his mark in the local F&B industry instead.
This led to the birth of LOOB Holding Sdn. Bhd., and consequently the rapid growth of a comprehensive profile of highly-recognised F&B brands - such as Tealive, Gindaco, Croissant Taiyaki, Define:food, Define:burgers, Ko Ko Kai and Yun Bridge Noodle.
Bryan’s hard work and dedication, of course, did not go unnoticed. Apart from being hailed as a role model for young entrepreneurs, his gripping personality also made him a sought-after spokesperson for world-class brands - including TUMI, Merc, Huawei, Sony, Haig Club and more. His other notable accolades include:
Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2013/2014 (Winner)
JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Award (Top 10 Finalist)
RHB Bank Top 40 Under 40 Best Performance Award 2014
The Brand Laureate SMEs Brand Leadership Award 2014-2015 (SME Brand Personality of the Year)
Now, in his early 30’s, Bryan manages a strong workforce of 2000 employees who serve over 5 million customers in more than 510 outlets worldwide. Overseas expansion has also begun, with Tealive establishing its footprint in the UK, Australia, China, Vietnam, Myanmar and Brunei.View more
All volunteer hours must be completed during 1 November 2019 to 19 June 2020.
Cost per person is RM30 (Full-time students aged 25 or below)/ RM50 (General Participants) to support the event costs and our mission to make volunteerism mainstream.
Dinner will be held on 26 June 2020, 6:45pm at Define:Food, Mid Valley City.