Testosterone ruled in My Paper Executive

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The winners of the contest (from left): Richard Que, first runner up; Alvin Yeo, winner; Nabil Mattar, second runner up.

By Joy Fang My Paper Monday, May 06, 2013

It was a man's world at the sixth My Paper Executive competition last Friday, with the top three places snagged by the men for the first time in the contest's history.

Winner Alvin Yeo, 29, a public- relations consultant at Strategic Public Relations Group, beat 15 other finalists to nab the grand prize of $10,000 and the title of Singapore's savviest executive.

The three-hour showdown was held at The Cube in Asia Square.

Mr Richard Que, 30, assistant brand manager of Procter & Gamble, clinched the second prize of $5,000, while Mr Nabil Mattar, 31, a foreign-exchange specialist at GFT Global Markets Asia, took home the third prize of $3,000.

However, the girls did not fare too badly.

Ms Rebecca Sit, 30, assistant manager of corporate communications and events management at Singapore Academy of Law, and Ms Yinmei Ho, 30, a business consultant at PwC Singapore, had scored well and made it to the top six.

But judges and sponsors My Paper spoke to said the men had an edge over the women because of their humour, articulation, confidence, and sense of authority when responding to questions.

Ms Gina Goh, assistant general manager of Levi's, Denizen and Dockers for Jay Gee Enterprises, said the three men "were sensational and made an impression with their unique personalities, poise, charisma, articulation and eloquence".

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