Singapore has the most vibrant and robust tech ecosystem in Southeast Asia, and it won’t stop growing. The Singapore Tech Forum is back this year to highlight the latest trends and opportunities in the country and Asia.
In its third occasion, the forum’s four-day event will be entirely virtual from 17 to 20 November. Singapore Tech Forum hosts more than 3,000 attendees from various nationalities and backgrounds. It brings together 40 speakers from notable companies and government institutions such as Sea Group’s chairman and CEO Forrest Li and Salesforce’s CEO and founder Marc Benioff, who will take the stage to share their insights.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is also featured to give a keynote address, highlighting how technology can be utilized for the public good, and how the private, public, and civic sectors can collaborate to drive innovation.
In the “Deep Dives” session, attendees will learn about the latest career opportunities in the industry. A slew of up-and-coming tech start-ups will also share macro-industry trends and developments, as well as practical takeaways during the “Product Spotlight” session. For those who are curious about what’s it like working in the Southeast Asian tech industry, experienced professionals will share their experience, along with useful tips in the “Unfiltered” session.
Singapore Tech Forum also hosts a virtual lounge where attendees can network with peers and speakers before the event.