Me & My Money

Covid-19 woes? Not shaken but stirred to fry up a storm

To grow his home-grown bee hoon business, digital strategies are a key ingredient, says Alan Wah

Mr Alan Wah, chief executive of home-grown bee hoon eatery White Restaurant, has always been keen on digital tools - both as an investment and as a way to equip his business for the online future.
Mr Alan Wah, chief executive of home-grown bee hoon eatery White Restaurant, has always been keen on digital tools - both as an investment and as a way to equip his business for the online future.ST PHOTO: YONG LI XUAN

Technology has long been a key ingredient of restaurateur Alan Wah's recipe for success, from when he was selling gemstones on eBay in the early 2000s to enabling customers to buy dinner on Oddle during last year's circuit breaker.

Mr Wah, now chief executive of home-grown bee hoon eatery White Restaurant, has always been keen on digital tools - both as an investment and as a way to equip his business for the online future.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 01, 2021, with the headline 'Covid-19 woes? Not shaken but stirred to fry up a storm'. Subscribe