As this unpredictable environment keeps us on our toes, CanCham Singapore is working hard to keep our members informed about the latest transformations in business. Current events are constantly changing the way we do business and thankfully we have experts and technology to help us adapt. Follow this web page to keep you informed on the latest webinars available to keep you up to date on Canada-Singapore business relations and more generally, critical issues impacting businesses today.

Upcoming webinars

  • 24 May, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm SGT
    At this session, we invite speakers from Singapore and the Nordics to share more about the new applications and opportunities that 5G could bring.
  • 26 May, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm SGT
    At this online session, several industry experts from Denmark and Asia will be sharing more about the market perspectives, current and up-and-coming agrifood tech projects, technology and innovation, and the potential to create a more sustainable food system.
  • 27 Jun, 7:00 am – 30 Jun, 6:00 pm
    Global Trade Week connects supply-chain, procurement, manufacturing and finance executives with high-level government representatives including ministers, policymakers and advisors. This allows for the new reality of trade to be understood, including geopolitical and climate-change risks.
  • 19 Sept, 7:00 am – 21 Sept, 6:00 pm
    Online and in-person
    Taking place in person in Singapore the event will be livestreamed to an online audience of more than 4,000 attendees. It will bring together policymakers, business leaders, scientific experts and representatives of multilateral institutions who will discuss key topics in the energy sector.
  • 18 May, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm SGT
    Hear from Singapore entrepreneurs growing high-quality and sustainable produce in urban spaces using IoT-based climate management, LED lighting and robotics. Learn from investors how technology can revolutionise farming to become profitable and sustainable.
  • 27 Apr, 9:00 am – 11:00 am SGT
    This event will explore the many aspects of the Canada-ASEAN economic relationship – from increasing trade & investment to cooperation in other areas like sustainability, infrastructure, and public health.