From high-flying restaurateur to investor

Top notch: Gill posing with the awards won by Tiki Taka, the restaurant formerly owned by him.

FROM borrowing RM250,000 to pursue his dreams of opening a restaurant back in 2010 to selling a restaurant for RM1.5mil a few months ago – that’s the story of Hansjeet Pal Gill, better known as Hans Gill, who is now looking to raise RM10mil and convince sizeable food and beverage (F&B) companies to allow him to join them as part of their shareholders.

Owing to his over a decade of experience in the F&B industry, he is confident of convincing the companies that he has set his eyes on.

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