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LEADERSHIP NEXT:

Rising Above Adversity

15 & 16 August 2023 

Level 4, Hall 405 & 406

Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre

SMEICC 2023:
Call for Exhibitors

SMEICC 2023:
Call for Speakers
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2023 EDITION

LEADERSHIP NEXT:
Rising Above Adversity

From the eye of the storms of disruption and unforeseen shocks, the increasingly challenging business environment truly put companies’ core to the test. Purposeful leadership is crucial in guiding your people to move in the right direction. Leaders who are able to seek out the opportunities amid uncharted waters will propel their business to be the next rising star.

Adapt to adjust the levers of your offensive and defensive strategies to market situations. Cultivate strong sustainable qualities to maximise resources and generate returns through your business. Expand your value creation models to find new engines of top-line growth amidst changing customer and stakeholder expectations.

Talk business and advance your management playbook with fellow business towkays and domain experts at SMEICC 2023.

About SMEICC

Two power-packed days with a carefully curated programme for businesses.

Experience the conference featuring prominent business owners, inspiring thought-leaders and various government agencies.

Explore technology-driven business innovations and constructive ideas at the SME Expo.

Singapore’s Largest and only Bilingual SME event, SMEICC 2023 is set to welcome thousands of participants.

2022 EDITION

Guest-of-Honour

Mrs Josephine Teo
Minister for Communications and Information

Speakers

Be inspired by influential business leaders and experts.

Dr Lee Kai-Fu
Chairman & CEO, Sinovation Ventures and President, Sinovation Ventures Artificial Intelligence Institute
中国机电产品进出口商会
副会长兼专家委员会主任委员
郑超先生
通商中国
主席
李奕贤先生
绿联国际银行
副行长
首席风控官
吴国华先生
Ms Nichol Ng
CEO & Managing Director, X-Inc and
Co-Founder, The Food Bank Singapore
Mr Lai Chang Wen
Co-Founder & CEO
Ninja Van Group
Ms Chin Weijia
Executive Director & Group CEO
HMI Group
Mr John Cheng
Founder & Managing Director
Innovate 360
Mr Kelvin Lam
COO
YouTrip
新加坡国立大学商学院
策略与政策系教授
中文EMBA项目学术主任
傅强教授

Co-organisers

Supported by

Strategic Partners

Government Partners

Knowledge Partners

Supporting Organisations

What Our Participants Said

The discussion and sharings were factual and close to all businesses concerns. Honest and direct conversations addressing real business difficulties not widely discussed in mainstream media.

Christebel Choe
Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore

There were speakers that had great knowledge of the topics balanced by entrepreneurs who offered real cases and advice.

Lim Lay Choo
Cold Wear Pte Ltd

Top notch speakers sharing great insights and relevant ideas and thoughts for businesses to rethink and reshape.

Kristy Chan
ERA Realty Network

I have gained overseas market insights on how SMEs can equip themselves before making the decision to venture overseas. For the digitalisation of businesses, it’s amazing to see that so many speakers have already implemented technology in their traditional businesses.

Derek Tee
Fidelium Group

I learned a lot from this conference, and I have broadened my networking! This is such a good opportunity for SMEs to participate to explore a new market, new technology, and new collaboration partner!

Chan Ku Ci
Habridge Institute of Management Pte Ltd

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Government Partner

Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore

Address:
45 Maxwell Rd
#09-01 The URA Centre
Singapore 069118

Enquiry Email: cccs_feedback@cccs.gov.sg

Contact: 1800-325 8282

Website: www.cccs.gov.sg

The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (“CCCS”) is a statutory board of the Ministry of Trade and Industry. CCCS administers and enforces the Competition Act (Cap. 50B) which empowers CCCS to investigate and adjudicate anti-competitive activities, issue directions to stop and/or prevent anti-competitive activities and impose financial penalties. CCCS is also the administering agency of the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act (Cap. 52A) or CPFTA which protects consumers against unfair trade practices in Singapore. CCCS’s mission is to make markets work well to create opportunities and choices for business and consumers in Singapore. In addition, CCCS advises the government or other public authorities on national needs and policies in respect of competition matters generally and represents Singapore on competition matters in the international arena.

For more information, please visit: www.cccs.gov.sg.
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Government Partner

Intellectual Property Office of Singapore

Address:
1 Paya Lebar Link
#11-03 PLQ 1, Paya Lebar Quarter
Singapore 408533

Enquiry Email: ipos_enquiry@ipos.gov.sg

Contact: +65 6339 8616

Website: www.ipos.gov.sg

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) is the national authority that registers and is responsible for the administration of IP rights in Singapore. IPOS helps businesses use intangible assets (IA) and IP to grow and is committed to building Singapore into an international IA/IP hub. IPOS is a statutory board under the Ministry of Law.

Government Partner

SkillsFuture Singapore

Address:
1 Paya Lebar Link
#08-08, Paya Lebar Quarter 2
Singapore 408533

Enquiry Email: enterprise_engage@ssg.gov.sg

Contact: 6785 5785

Website: www.enterprisejobskills.gov.sg

SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) drives and coordinates the implementation of the national SkillsFuture movement, promotes a culture of lifelong learning and strengthens the ecosystem of quality education and training in Singapore. Through a holistic system of national SkillsFuture initiatives, SSG enables Singaporeans to take charge of their learning journey in their pursuit of skills mastery. SSG also works with key stakeholders to ensure that students and adults have access to high quality and industry-relevant training that meet the demands of different sectors of the economy for an innovative and productive workforce. Companies can visit the Enterprise Portal for Jobs and Skills (EPJS) at www.enterprisejobskills.gov.sg for more information on the initiatives available to help with your skills and training needs.

Government Partner

Workforce Singapore

Address:
1 Paya Lebar Link
PLQ 2, Paya Lebar Quarter, #08-08
Singapore 408533

Contact: +65 6328 1878

Website: www.ssg-wsg.gov.sg

Workforce Singapore promotes the development, competitiveness, inclusiveness and employability of all levels of the workforce. Its key mission is to enable Singaporeans to meet their career aspirations, take on quality jobs at different stages of life, and help enterprises be competitive and manpower lean. Workforce Singapore’s focus is on strengthening the Singaporean core and ensuring that Singaporeans are able to have better jobs and careers. Workforce Singapore, in partnership with key stakeholders, also provides support to business owners and companies to enable them to transform and grow, while building a future-ready workforce. Visit www.wsg.gov.sg for more information.