SGInnovate is excited to launch “The Startup Series” aimed to support our companies with their commercialisation efforts. As the name indicates, this will involve a series of full day and half day workshops that will prepare you for the customer world; including sales process, negotiations and storytelling.
This is a closed-door, by-invitation-only event with Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for Economic and Social Policies, on matters that impact Singapore’s future economy and our push towards entrepreneurship, talent development, innovation capabilities of our companies, and international collaborations.
Singapore and Sweden are both global innovation powerhouses. The two countries top The Economist Intelligence Unit’s new 'Technological Readiness Ranking' for 2018-2022. And based on the Bloomberg 2019 Innovation Index recently announced in Davos at the World Economy Forum 2019, Singapore and Sweden are among the world’s top ten nations in areas such as R&D spending, manufacturing capability and concentration of high-tech companies (Sweden is second only to Silicon Valley when it comes to the number of unicorns produced per capita).
This is a private networking evening with SGInnovate and the Class of 2019 Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific, celebrating the deep tech trailblazers from around the region - Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
The urban mobility sector is in the process of massive transformation. Technological disruption brings new services and innovations into the field while increasing environmental and social challenges demand new solutions. Join SGInnovate, GOJEK, ST Engineering and Via ID as we discuss the future of mobility and an environment full of new ideas and business solutions that fast-growing startups, investors and corporates are creating.
How do we prepare students for jobs that don’t yet exist, using technologies that haven’t been invented, in order to solve problems we don’t yet know are problems? How do we prepare all students, particularly those from low-income backgrounds, for a changing job market? What skill sets are needed for students to be ready and prepared to succeed in the jobs of today’s economy and those we can’t yet imagine?
More and more companies are looking for talent on a global level to power the digital transformation and employees are seeing the value and freedom of the digital nomad/remote work lifestyle. In this discussion we'll dive into practices of operating in different countries with teams of people working both remotely and in the office.
At Comet, a select group of talent like yourself would be able to connect with Singapore’s forefront deep tech companies over one evening through a series of “speed-dating” conversations. Through these interactions, you could potentially find your next impactful role with companies in areas of AI, MedTech, robotics, energy and mobility solutions.
This reading group is suited for AI researchers, academics and advanced practitioners. We meet every Tuesday, 7:00pm - 9:00pm at BASH, Level 3, Block 79 Ayer Rajah Crescent (part of JTC Launchpad@One-North) to discuss top recent AI-related arXiv preprint papers.
Join us in a lively discussion as our panellists, who bring with them very diverse experiences, explore if talent expectations and demands have truly changed over the years, which workplace skills would likely be more in demand in future, and how to recognise and measure such skills in the sea of ever changing workplace cultures and technology.