Marcus Loh is a director at digital transformation services firm Temus. Prior to Temus, he was the group executive director of a global professional services firm where he led client services and helmed the firm’s technology practice in Singapore. He was formerly the director of communication for Asia-Pacific at a global tech multinational enterprise, CMO at one of Singapore’s leading private education groups, and campaign lead for the United Nations International Year of Cooperatives Singapore Program in 2012. In 2019, Marcus was elected as the president of the Institute of Public Relations of Singapore, served on its accreditation board, and became a founding member of the IPRS President’s Circle in 2022. He serves as a patron for a local charity, Every Child Matters, a fellow of the National Volunteers & Philanthropy Centre’s Company of Good initiative, and a member of the UOB-SMU Asian Enterprise Institute Board of Governors – to name a few organizations for whom he hopes to make a difference. In 2017, Marcus was listed as a Singapore Business Review ‘40 under 40 notable Chief Marketing Officers’, while LinkedIn named him as a Power Profile for marketing professionals in Singapore. He completed an executive program in public leadership from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and earned two master of science degrees, from the National University of Ireland in 2012 and the Singapore Management University in 2015, where Marcus was one of two fortunate students in my cohort to be conferred a scholarship. Connect with Marcus on


Temus was established by Temasek in partnership with UST, to provide digital transformation solutions for the private and public sectors as we aspire to be a strategic partner in realising the Singapore Government’s Smart Nation vision. We are headquartered in Singapore and have ~200 employees in Singapore across a wide range of disciplines of strategy, design, architecture, technology, data & AI. For more information, please visit