Going forward, increased competition in a new global economy will be the order of the day even as new value propositions evolve in a more dynamic world of opportunities and challenges. Our future and our value will increasingly be determined by our innovations and the ideas we create, package, design and market. A spirit of enterprise, flexibility and nimbleness needs to be cultivated and encouraged so that everyone is better prepared and equipped with the skills set to compete in a more fluid, fast-changing and interconnected globalised world.
SMS Lui Tuck Yew shared on the future of learning and the impact that this has on Singapore’s economy on the whole.
6.45pm - 7.00pm Arrival of Guests and Registration
7.00pm - 7.05pm Welcome & Introductory Remarks by Simon Tay, SIIA
7:05pm - 7:30pm Remarks by SMS Lui Tuck Yew
7:30pm - 9:30pm Dinner and discussion begins