NBAS, The Norwegian Embassy in Singapore, and Innovation Norway will jointly host Singapore Norway Innovation Conference 2022 at hotel Conrad Centennial in Singapore on 18 November 2022.
This year’s edition of SNIC focuses on Innovations in Digitalisation and Decarbonisation.
Now Singapore Maritime Foundation confirms they are a partner for SNIC 2022.
Accelerate momentum to make maritime greener
Executive Director in SMF, Ms Beng Tee Tan, says SMF is honoured to be a partner for SNIC 2022:
“Digitalisation and decarbonisation are two mega trends with profound implications and opportunities that no single organisation can address alone. Thus we are honoured to be your partner for this important platform. Here we can spur conversations and also accelerate momentum in the shared goal to make maritime greener and more sustainable.”
“We warmly welcome SMF as a partner for SNIC 2022. Since their foundation in 2004, they have inspired and supported Singapore as the leading maritime hub. Equally important is their steadfast focus on developing and maintaining a talent pool for the maritime industry. Attracting talent is a key prerequisite for creating innovation”, states NBAS President Leonard Stornes.
This is Singapore Maritime Foundation
Singapore established Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF) in 2004. They are a conduit between the public and private sectors and work with stakeholders across the maritime ecosystem to strengthen Singapore as an International Maritime Centre and develop a maritime-ready talent pool.
Undergirding SMF’s initiatives are the strategic pillars of Connectivity, Innovation and Talent. These pillars align with the objectives outlined in the International Maritime Centre (IMC) 2030 Report.