Upcoming Business Events in Singapore | April 2019

Every month, we curate business events that are worth going so that you don't have to sieve through a long list.

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1. How to Start a Business…That Lasts

What is it about?

Michele Ferrario, co-founder and CEO of StashAway, shares more on his entrepreneurial journey.

  • Learn how to turn an idea into a business.
  • Understand the various stages of fundraising and what investors look for.
  • What is a Minimum Viable Product, and why do you need one?
  • How to foster a culture in your workplace that breeds successful talent and results

You should attend if you are

  • An aspiring entrepreneur.

Date and time

3 April 2019, 6 pm to 8 pm

Venue

200 Middle Rd, Hotel G Singapore, Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar, Singapore 188980

Price

Free

Register here

2. How to Take a Traditional Business Online

What is it about?

Melissa Lou, the co-founder and CEO of Delegate, will be sharing how transforming an offline business is done, difficulties and setbacks they have faced and how to overcome it.

You should attend if you are

  • An aspiring entrepreneur.
  • Succeeding a traditional business.

Date and time

9 April 2019, 7 pm to 9 pm

Venue

WeWork 22 Cross Street, 22 Cross Street, Singapore, 048421

Price

Free

Register here.

3. Doer stories: The Journey of a Successful Entrepreneur

What is it about?

Anchit Malhotra, Co-founder of Mapped, shares his startup journey. Hear about

  • How he combines entrepreneurship with not-for-profit activities.
  • The hurdles he overcame.
  • His current challenges.

You should attend if you are

  • An aspiring entrepreneur.
  • An entrepreneur.
  • Interested in doing good while running a business.

Date and time

11 April 2019, 6.30 pm to 9 pm

Venue

Tribe Theory – Startup Hostel, 39 Ann Siang Road, Singapore, 069716

Price

Free

Register here.

4. Attracting, Retaining and Engaging Millennial Talents

What is it about?

Hear from a millennial who will share with you

  • The common fault lines when it comes to communications between the Gen X, Gen Y and Gen Z
  • The ostentatious “white elephant” in the room that needs to be addressed to ensure communications and empathy between the Gen X, Gen Y and Gen Z
  • The paradigm shift required by senior management in enabling a healthier, more productive and forwarding work culture for both Gen X, Gen Y and Gen Z
  • The 5 simple golden rules of engagements for Gen X managers in working with Gen Y and Z talents

You should attend if you are

  • An employer who doesn’t understand millennials.
  • A management level staff who wish to maximise millennials’ potential.

Date and time

11 April 2019, 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm

Venue

8 Cross Street, Wework, Level 18, Singapore, 048424

Price

Free

Register here.

5. Brand Marketing Leaders Summit Singapore 2019

What is it about?

Gain insights into what the marketing teams in big companies like WWF International, P&G and Google are doing.

You should attend if you are

  • A marketer who needs new ideas.
  • A business owner ready for a growth spurt with more effective marketing.

Date and time

24-25 April 2019, 8 am to 5 pm

Venue

Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Blvd, Singapore, 039593

Price

US$799 – US$1,099

Register here.

6. FIA Food for the Future Summit 2019

What is it about?

Global leaders across the food and beverage value chain gather to discuss how innovation impacts the industry on a whole and to ensure we collaboratively create future foods that are healthy, nutritious and sustainable. This year’s themes are Sustainability, Wellness and Convenience.

You should attend if you are

  • A foodstuff manufacturer.
  • Looking at entering the food industry.

Date and time

25 April 2019, 9 am to 8.30 pm

Venue

Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

Price

$250 – $350

Register here.

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