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UnUsUaL growth: From small gigs to mega shows

UnUsUaL chief executive Leslie Ong says his company is expanding into productions aimed at families, which have the capacity to reach wider markets and can run seven to eight times a week.
UnUsUaL chief executive Leslie Ong says his company is expanding into productions aimed at families, which have the capacity to reach wider markets and can run seven to eight times a week. ST PHOTO: SYAZA NISRINA

In this series, The Sunday Times and the Singapore Exchange research team interview company bosses to give investors a better insight into a firm's operations, one that goes beyond the financials. This week, we speak to UnUsUaL chief executive Leslie Ong about the group's growth, business plans and upcoming shows.

UnUsUaL started as a stage, sound and lighting equipment rental business when it was set up in 1997.

Having chalked up a 20-year track record, the company is today one of the leading names in Asia, specialising in the production and promotion of large-scale live events and concerts by Asian and international artists.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 23, 2018, with the headline 'UnUsUaL growth: From small gigs to mega shows'. Print Edition | Subscribe