Theodore is an affiliate of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in UK and Singapore and attained an honours degree in Accounting from Oxford, UK. Despite his formal accounting education, his unique characteristics of curiosity and a hands-on approach has achieved unique success with the creation and development of Theo10® Skin and Heat.
10 months was spent with researching of optimal ingredients with highest efficacy to be combined to produce a potent mixture to serve as a balm for the benefit of its users. During that period, constant sourcing of ingredients from all over the world was in progress as the understanding that efficacy and potency of ingredients are reliant on the atmosphere and surrounding ambience of where the crops are grown. Ingredients started to be country-specific which eventually led on to farm-specific as the produce proved to be the best of its kind and species.
Today, Theo10 Pte Ltd is proudly supported by Singapore’s governmental initiative for entrepreneurship, SPRING Singapore. Under the ACE scheme, Theo10 Pte Ltd has benefitted financially and guided by its thought-provoking approach to enterprise and innovate.
Bing Rong started as a young entrepreneur at the age of 21. Before joining Theo10, Bing Rong was the Founder & CEO of a Games Development Studio which obtained several awards, including an accolade awarded by Rovio (Creators of Angry Birds), and Ubisoft Redlynx (Acquired by creators of Assassin's Creed). He was also CTO responsible for overseeing technical aspects of an agricultural portfolio company.
Combining expertise from gamification, digitalization & investing, he now steers & oversees the daily operations of Online-To-Offline (O2O) Commerce, Business-to-business (B2B) and plans the path ahead which involves pipeline for new products (R&D) & distribution to other countries. (Distribution)
Bing Rong also supports organisations that gives back to the society, and has been a member of The Morning Greeters since 2016, participating in Relay for Life & Run for Hope. His project with Singapore Kindness Movement, which aimed to promote kindness was the project which bagged him an international award. He is also an Advisory Member of the North West CDC Crisis Management Advisory Group where he advises on the technological aspects.