In this concluding episode, MCI Minister Josephine Teo shared her thoughts on the changes in the climate of entrepreneurship and the important role that technopreneurs play in positioning Singapore as the centre of the digital economy.
In part 2 of SGTech’s conversation with MCI Minister Josephine Teo, she shared the key takeaways on 40 years of Singapore’s tech journey. Looking forward, she painted a picture of what digital Singapore could look like.
With digital technologies advancing rapidly, Singapore’s response is to continually enhance its capabilities to ensure that it is not left behind, said Minister for Communications and Information Josephine Teo. In a SGTech Tech Talks with SGTech Chair Wong Wai Meng, she said the Government has set aside about S$25 billion on R&D, part of which...
In a specially recorded interview for TransformLife.sg and SGTech’s 40th Anniversary Gala Dinner, SGTech Chair Wong Wai Meng shared that the Association would become the activist and advocate for the tech industry. He pointed out that the leadership of the Association for the past 40 years had laid a strong foundation so that the tech...
The Singapore Federation of the Computer Industry (SFCI) was founded in 1982 by multinational computer companies like IBM, ICL, NCR and Sperry Univac while the Microcomputer Trade Association (MTAS) which represented the smaller local companies in the microcomputer/PC trade. MTAS members included companies such as Primefield, Creative Technology, SIS Technology IPC, Aztech and Sistek. The...
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