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20 June 2017

Water Convention (SIWW2018), deadline August 18th

th-1Please submit all your abstracts for the Water Convention (SIWW2018), deadline August 18th.

 4 themes:

1.Delivering Water from Source to Tap

3.Water for Liveability and Resilience

4.Water Quality and Health

 

Use this link for more information

http://www.siww.com.sg/water-convention

9 June 2017

Feyenoord starts Soccer Camp for kids in Singapore

Screen Shot 2017-06-09 at 6.48.04 PMJoin us at FeyenoordCamp for a unique experience and first of its kind in Singapore! Our elite Academy coaches will teach your kids the strategies and techniques of the Dutch Champions while creating memories of a lifetime. We have limited slots, so hurry up and Register now!

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9 June 2017

Singapore tops new ranking of digital competitiveness

Screen Shot 2017-06-09 at 1.50.02 PM07 June 2017.  Singapore has taken the top spot in the increasingly crucial area of digital competitiveness in a maiden global ranking of economies this year.

 

The Republic also regained third place in a related and long-running annual ranking of the world’s most competitive economies in overall terms, up from fourth last year and overtaking the United States. Hong Kong retained top spot, while Switzerland held on to second place.

 

The overall competitiveness survey is carried out by the IMD World Competitiveness Centre, which also published the digital competitiveness survey.

 

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9 June 2017

Singapore is 24th costliest city for expats

Screen Shot 2017-06-09 at 1.45.28 PM08 June 2017. The cost of living for expatriates here has fallen below that of many Asian cities, such as Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seoul, according to consultancy ECA International> Singapore tumbled six places from 18th last year to become the 24th most expensive location for expats worldwide, the report out yesterday noted.

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31 May 2017

Singtel is teaming up with local polytechnics to help heritage-brand SMEs to adopt digital technology.

downloadMay 31, 2017. Singtel is teaming up with local polytechnics to help heritage-brand small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to adopt digital technology. Riding on the 99% SME movement, this partnership aims to help preserve traditional businesses in Singapore such as tea merchants and tailors. Singtel’s partnership with Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Temasek Polytechnic will assist SMEs in using digital tools to market their heritage brands on online platforms and enhance outreach, as well as nurture their e-commerce skills. Heritage brands are defined as such when they have existed for over 30 years and have been passed down from the founding generation to another.

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