28 Sep 2018 – Technological disruptions are changing the nature of businesses and jobs. Amid the sea of change, there are growth opportunities for businesses and industries, which can be catalysed by capitalising on cutting-edge R&D. Fostering partnerships with public research performers will help companies to drive innovation and bring their business to the next level.
As a mission-oriented Science and Technology organisation, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) adopts customised partnership models for different companies, offering differentiated value propositions to suit their specific needs and circumstances. Liau Eng Soon, Group Director (covering), Industry Development Group, A*STAR shared with members what opportunities are there for companies – MNCs, SMEs and start-ups, to collaborate with A*STAR, followed by Dr. Bing Xun Tan, Pharmaceutical Application Scientist, Roquette, who shared of Roquette’s experience collaborating with A*STAR.
#LiveNow : A @Astarhq pour un #BreakfastTalk sur l'évolution du #business avec l'émergence des nouvelles #technologies. et sur les opportunités de partenariats A*STAR – #entreprises. pic.twitter.com/OhhL92eHoj
— French Chamber Singapore (@FrenchChamberSG) September 28, 2018
The Breakfast Talk then saw Mr Liau Eng Soon, Dr Ralph Graichen, Director, Food and Nutrition and Consumer Care (FNCC), A*STAR, Mr Ling Keok Tong, Director, Infocomms and Future of Manufacturing (FoM), A*STAR, and Dr. Bing Xun Tan convene for a panel discussion with Q&A open to the floor.