Singapore is often called “Asia’s Silicon Valley” and indeed the small city state has one of the most creative and entrepreneurial population. In fact, 40% of all start-up acquisitions in the Southeast Asian region are happening in Singapore. The city state is ranked seventh in the world on the Global Innovation Index. Pursuing a vision to become a “Smart Nation”, Singapore’s government has committed billions of dollars to spur the country's research and development (R&D) capabilities, enterprise innovation, and entrepreneurship. Singapore’s hospitable environment for start-ups has attracted companies from all over the world. Various accelerators and incubators have further enriched the mix and dynamics of the ecosystem.
We are pleased to announce The Singapore Innovation Tour 2017. This is a three-day programme for senior executives in financial institutions, insurance, and supply chain companies to experience the latest trends, disruptions, technology innovations, and ideas that will shape the future of your industry. Site visits include successful companies with unique, cutting-edge business models, bank innovation labs, fintech firms, and native digital enterprises. Delegate seats are limited to 25 participants to guarantee the interactive format.
The tour is organised as part of The Future of Finance Summit on 8 - 10 June. Participants will enjoy full access to the three-day event where more than 2,000 delegates from 30 countries will meet and discuss issues that will shape the future of the industry. Delegate seats are limited to 25 participants to guarantee the interactive format.
See the highlights of the Silicon Valley Innovation Tour here
Reinventing banking in innovation labs
Fostering innovation ecosystems through government initiatives
Insights from venture capitalists (VC) and private equity firms
InsurTech disrupting the insurance industry
RegTech saving costs for small business
Potentials of blockchain technology
Big Data, artificial intelligence (AI)
Robotics and IoT
Peer-to-peer (P2P) and crowd-based business models