Singapore companies in the urban solutions industry can develop new capabilities to expand overseas. You can tap programmes offered or supported by Enterprise Singapore to grow your business to the next level.
As key partners of Singapore companies, the trade associations and chambers of commerce also have various initiatives to help you harness capabilities and networks to build urban solutions in the region.
Established in 2007, the EWT COI is a joint initiative between SPRING Singapore (now Enterprise Singapore) and Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Your company can develop commercially viable technologies and products through applied R&D by tapping the Centre’s environmental and water technology expertise.
Find out how you can work with EWT COI.
Infrastructure Asia – co-led by Enterprise Singapore and the Monetary Authority of Singapore – will provide a platform for information exchange and facilitate infrastructure investments and financing.
The initiative brings together government agencies, as well as local and international partners that include infrastructure developers, institutional investors, multilaterals, and legal, accounting, and financial services providers.
Learn more about how Infrastructure Asia supports the region’s economic and social growth through infrastructure development.
The PACT programme supports multinational corporations (MNCs), small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and startups to work together on collaborative projects involving knowledge transfer, capability upgrading and the co-development of new solutions.
If you are an SME or startup in the urban solutions industry, you can work with Enterprise Singapore and participating government agencies like National Environment Agency, Housing and Development Board, Building and Construction Authority, and JTC to develop and test innovative solutions.
One such project is a joint call for proposals by Energy Market Authority, Public Utilities Board, and Singapore Power for smart metering solutions.
Find out how PACT can help you develop new capabilities by collaborating with other businesses.
SgWX is a dedicated facility managed by PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, designed to provide an integrated and conducive space for water companies to operate and collaborate.
Leverage mutual strengths and connect with like-minded industry players across the entire water ecosystem – including startups, technology providers, system integrators, market advisors, investors and accelerators to support your R&D activities and drive business growth.
Learn more about what the SgWX offers.
SWA is a collaboration among private sector players aimed at promoting Singapore as a regional hub for water services and technologies.
If your company is a member of SWA, you can access a platform to collaborate, as well as to exchange ideas and knowledge with other companies in the water industry. You can also ride on SWA’s links to the international water network to connect with overseas counterparts.
Find out about the different programmes at SWA.
SECOE is a joint initiative by Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore and Asian Development Bank launched in March 2015, with the support of SPRING Singapore (now Enterprise Singapore). The initiative is supported by Enterprise Singapore’s Local Enterprise and Association Development (LEAD) programme.
Build your capabilities with the industry training offered by SECOE. You can also tap its network of key decision makers in the area of clean and renewable energy to build partnerships. SECOE equips policymakers in the region with information and shares experiences on policies, technology and project financing in the sustainable energy sector.
Get more information about the training courses and resources at SECOE.
You can work with WMRAS to adopt technology to increase productivity and offer higher value-added services. For example, WMRAS has encouraged the adoption of automated canvas covers for the trucks used in waste collection. Automating part of the waste collection process allows for more efficiency, resulting in higher productivity.
Interested? Learn more about WMRAS and other initiatives.
Start Digital is an initiative, in collaboration with IMDA, under the SMEs Go Digital programme to help SMEs adopt digital solutions right from the start.
New companies often prioritise business development and profit generation. As a result, operations management may take a backseat. By digitalising early, you can better focus and capture opportunities for your business without being constrained by day-to-day operations.
With our Start Digital Pack, SMEs can get access to modular digital solutions that will help accelerate their start up process and business growth. For more information, visit www.imda.gov.sg/StartDigital.