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Andrew N. Lui

Partner / White Collar

MBA 2017

Industry: Services O2O

landrew.m17@ceibs.edu

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
* 2017 expected, MBA, China Europe International Business School
* 2010, BA in Urban Design and Architecture Studies, New York University

 

SHORT BIO:

Ultimate Convenience, Western Management, Exemplary Customer Service and Quality Standards fused with Chinese 5-star hotel Dry- Cleaning Expertise: 1) Provide communities high quality dry cleaning service via a robust O2O platform to connect clients and dry cleaning services in China 2) Maximize idle capacity of traditional small businesses and ancillary service providers. Scale up in growth markets.

White Collar is an existing professional dry cleaning business servicing the Jinqiao District of Shanghai. After several years of successful operations and customer acquisition our company is ready to seek healthy expansion. The proposed platform provides an ecosystem to facilitate door-to-door dry cleaning, laundry, and related garment services in Shanghai and similar markets via a subscription based service model. Working professionals or clients with specialty garments may find this service convenient with the proliferation of O2O service adoption in China. White Collar is looking for investment to scale up operations and build the digital platform, infrastructure and staff to accomplish these milestones.

Andrew graduated from New York University with a degree in Urban Design and Architecture Studies. After graduation, he moved back to Hong Kong to join the investment banking division of a global banking corporation, where his experiences included executing an IPO of a large supermarket chain in Thailand and assisting on multiple deals which cover the real-estate, gaming, consumer and Korean technology sectors.

Andrew later decided to pursue and complete a 5 month work/study program at one of the top architecture firms in Hong Kong, before moving to Macau where he worked as a Project Manager for one of the integrated resort developments. Upon joining, he was assigned to help oversee the construction of this development, which includes two hotels with a total of 1,400 rooms, the world’s longest skytop river ride, over 100 food and beverage outlets and numerous other attractions. Andrew is currently pursing his MBA degree in Shanghai at the Chinese European International Business School and is expected to graduate in 2017.