Entrepreneur Dennis Toh graduated from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information in 2007 with a Master of Mass Communication, specialising in media management.
Upon graduation, Dennis taught Public Relations and Advertising as a lecturer at Temasek Polytechnic from 2009 to 2012.
In 2011, Dennis started Feet Haven, a spa salon located in Katong. Feet Haven has bagged 9 awards to date, including the Singapore Women’s Weekly Spa & Salon Awards in 2017.
Today, the 41-year-old part-time lecturer teaches Internet Marketing at Curtin University and Public Relations at the Management Development Institute of Singapore.
“I want to share what I know. Seeing them (my students) grow is inspiring. I’d like them to share the same passions and love for media studies and mass communications,” he said.
Apart from teaching, Dennis has also taken on acting roles. He has starred in Mediacorp programmes such as Babies on Board, The Lonely Fish and is currently filming for Dear Neighbours, a Channel 8 drama expected to air in July. He has also starred in advertisements and theatre productions over time.
Dennis hopes to inspire everyone to do what they love and love what they do. He is planning for his first book launch, “101 Ways to Get Publicity for Success” and will be producing a mandarin play later this year.
“Never think that you’re only good at one thing. Always be open to infinite possibilities in your life. You’ll never know unless you try,” he said.