Gain insights on how Singapore can secure its future as a global gateway city

TALENT and businesses have flowed into Singapore as the nation continues to hold itself up as a bridge between the East and the West.

In addition to its favourable geographical locale, its liveability and connectivity, as well as its status as a key Asian financial hub have remained significant draws. Multiple reports on global gateway cities have consistently ranked Singapore within the top 10.

What else can Singapore do to build on this foundation and stay exceptional?

Readers who have registered can join The Business Times at a Webinar next Tuesday (Aug 23) at 2.30 pm. The webinar is presented by GuocoLand.

The panel of 3 market practitioners comprises Khoo Teng Chye, chairman, ULI Asia Pacific; Deborah Ho, country head and regional head of South-east Asia, BlackRock Singapore; and Cheng Hsing Yao, chief executive officer, GuocoLand. Edmund Tie board member Ong Choon Fah will moderate the discussion.

Those who missed the sign-up can look out for the post-event coverage of the webinar to find out more about why more companies, high net worth individuals and family offices are relocating to Singapore and how Singapore can sharpen its edge as a global gateway city.


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