The story behind JCInc.
JC, the initials of Jes Chan, founder and Principal Consultant of JCInc., short for JC Incorporated (registered as JCI Global in Singapore and Australia) decided to switch careers after over a decade of corporate life in finance, mostly in interbank sales trading. At the peak of her career, she left her position as Vice President of the Asia Pacific Foreign Exchange Agency with Société Generale Corporate & Investement Bank in Hong Kong to commence her Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies with the top Australian university in this field -- Monash University. There are only 39 members of CIUTI (Conférence Internationale d’Instituts Universitaires de Traducteurs et Interprètes), the oldest and most prestigious international association of universities offering degrees in translation and interpreting, and Monash is the only Australian university to have been accepted as a member since the association was established in 1951.
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... the story behind JCInc. continued
Jes' Chinese name is 欣慧, which means to appreciate wisdom (欣赏智慧). But she was often fondly called 潔斯 by her Taiwanese clients, many of whom she counts as her best friends now. In brainstorming a Chinese tagline for her own firm, it was easy to connect the dots between JC and 潔斯 (she owe plentiful thanks to her alma mater Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Film & Media Studies for instilling the creative advertising mojo in her till today!). The play on Chinese characters easily spun off JCInc.'s Chinese tagline -- 敏捷思绪 and in turn, agile thinking with an infinity symbol in between.
After all, be it business acumen, strategic marketing, recruitment interviews, creative writing, translating work or interpreting... the common denominating skill set is a quick-witted brain stretching beyond boundaries.
And thus, JCInc.inkingsbyJC was born. Driven by one motto: agile thinking∞敏捷思绪.