Sein-Way Tan is the Chairman & CEO of Green World City, a consortium with global mission to make cities and large-scale projects more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.
He is one of the few Australian CEOs that have been invited to APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) Summit, Forbes Global CEO and many major international summits. He has also been invited by the Australian Federal Government to do reports on Property Development and by the Chinese Government to the Great Hall of the People, Boao Asia Forum, China Real Estate Conference and other major forums, to advise on sustainable cities and future trends.
In addition to speaking on TV and radio globally, he has been invited to speak at the Nobel Peace Prize City Hall in Oslo and also selected by leading experts and peers to be honoured as a World Cities Summit Young Leader.
Sein-Way has lived and studied in Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Australia and Japan. This experience has given him a wide understanding of many countries' culture, business, current affairs, geopolitics, history, languages, environment and evolving global trends.
He has also been invited to present and advise billionaire and (U)HNWI forums in Asia, Europe and North America on business opportunities in creating large-scale sustainable projects and sustainable cities.
He is on the Advisory Board of Global Urban Development, Sustainia and Data Cities. He is an Advisor to many Governments, including the Chinese Government on creating green cities and is also on the Steering Committee of the UN-Habitat (United Nations) World Urban Campaign.
Sein-Way is also passionate in helping clean-tech companies expand globally by using his global connections and resources.