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BEYOND Lab and Singapore Management University’s Business Families Institute (“BFI@SMU”) will be running two complimentary blended courses on digital transformation to help Singapore SMEs strengthen their resilience in the current challenging times.

BEYOND Lab is a regional digital academy focused on supporting SMEs in adopting digital technology to increase operational efficiency and competitiveness, jointly established by Singapore Business Federation and V3 FinTech Pte Ltd, a unit of leading Singapore SME V3 Group Limited (“V3 Group”).

Running in October, the programme—“The Great Reset”, caters to senior business leaders of Singapore SMEs, and aims to work with them to digitalise and transform their businesses.

“While the Covid-19 outbreak has severely disrupted many Singapore SMEs, it has also accelerated the need for businesses to embark on the digitalisation journey. With ‘The Great Reset’, leaders of Singapore SMEs can come together to discuss, learn, and develop practical digital transformation strategies for their businesses. As Singapore business leaders, we have to have the courage, curiosity, and the creativity to not only navigate through the turbulent weather but also emerge stronger and more resilient. We can do so by resetting our thinking and embracing the new future, so that we create more value for our enterprises, our workforce, and their families,” said Mr Ron Sim, Founder and Executive Chairman of V3 Group and founding family member of BFI@SMU.

“The current pandemic has hastened the adoption of digital tools and technologies by local SMEs.  Some may have transitioned faster than others, but everyone can benefit from attaining practicable knowledge and resources to help them ease into the new business norms.  ‘The Great Reset’ programme is both timely and relevant as it helps our SMEs to further sharpen their business strategies and operations,” added Professor Annie Koh, V3 Group Professor of Family Entrepreneurship, Professor of Finance, and SMU Vice President for Business Development.

 

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