Training & Seminars

Government agencies offer courses and programmes on venturing abroad.

The Government also supports training and seminars conducted by other organisations, such as associations and chambers. These programmes not only provide up-to-date expertise and practical application to real situations, but they can also help you connect with experts in the field.

International Enterprise (IE) Singapore

  • IE Singapore regularly conducts iAdvisory Seminars which touch on doing business in foreign markets and to provide opportunities for networking with potential business partners.
  • Export Strategy Workshops help you identify your key challenges and develop the right strategies for your exports through real-life case studies and interactive peer learning.
  • Most workshops/seminars are chargeable. Registration is usually on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA)

  • IDA seminars are targeted at the infocomm sector and the end users.
  • Some of the seminars are organised together with industry associations such as the Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF), Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI), Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF).

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Media Development Authority (MDA)

  • MDA seminars are targeted at the media industry.
  • More than 4,000 media professionals and students have attended workshops, seminars and master classes organised or supported by MDA.
  • MDA also works closely with industry partners and institutions of higher learning to address training needs in Singapore.

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Associations & Chambers

  • Associations and chambers conduct seminars and workshops for their members.
  • The public or non-members are sometimes allowed to attend the seminars. However, they will be charged a fee different from what members are charged.
  • A list of associations and chambers can be found in our Networking Opportunities section.

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