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Asia Cloud Computing Association
The ACCA is the apex industry trade association that represents the stakeholders of the cloud computing ecosystem in Asia Pacific.The ACCA’s primary mission is to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing in Asia by helping create a trusted and compelling market environment, and a safe and consistent regulatory environment for cloud computing products and services.
The association works to ensure that the interests of the cloud computing community are effectively represented in the public policy debate. We aim to promote the growth and development of cloud computing in Asia Pacific through dialogue, training, and public education. We also provide a vendor-neutral platform for members to discuss implementation and growth strategies, share ideas, and establish policies and best practices relating to the cloud computing ecosystem.
For more information on the ACCA, membership and partnership opportunities, visit http://www.asiacloudcomputing.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The ACCA is also on LinkedIn at http://is.gd/accacloud and Twitter @accacloud.
Association of Electronic Industries Singapore (AEIS)
The Association of Electronic Industries in Singapore (AEIS) is the only industry association representing the electronics business in Singapore.
AEIS represents all facets of the electronics and supporting services industries. It covers manufacturers of industrial electronics, electronic components and consumer electronics products as well as industrial electronics companies associated with the electronics industry.
Since its inception on 7 November 1973, AEIS has played a vital role in promoting the industries not only within Singapore, but also within the international business community. This is achieved through its ongoing trade development efforts to help Singapore companies better penetrate and favorably positioned itself in the overseas markets.
For more information, visit www.aeis.org.sg
Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA)
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem. We are a not-for-profit organisation to benefit members, and AIIA membership fees are tax deductible. Since 1978 the AIIA has pursued activities to stimulate and grow the digital ecosystem, to create a favourable business environment for our members and to contribute to Australia’s economic prosperity.
We do this by delivering outstanding member value by:
- providing a strong voice of influence
- building a sense of community through events and education
- enabling a network for collaboration and inspiration; and
- developing compelling content and relevant and interesting information.
For more information, please visit https://www.aiia.com.au/
Bluetooth Special Interest Group
Bluetooth is the global wireless standard for simple, secure connectivity. Propelled by a global community of more than 32,000 companies, Bluetooth serves to unify, harmonize, and drive innovation in the vast range of connected devices all around us. Through collective creation and shared technical standards, Bluetooth simplifies, secures and enriches the technology experience of users worldwide.
For more information, please visit https://www.bluetooth.com/
Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA)
The Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA) is a non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests, of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. The Connected Vehicle Trade Association enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing bidirectional vehicle communications. Membership is open to any corporation, public entities, standards and specification organizations and educational institutions.
For more information, please visit www.connectedvehicle.org
Digital Transformation Association (DTA)
Digital Transformation Association (DTA) is newly re-named from IT Enabled Service Management Association (itSMA) in 2017 after 10 years since establishment. As Digital Economy promoter and Digital Industry Facilitator, DTA aims to facilitate and accelerate digital transformation, and to set up a bridge between demands and supplies all over the world for solutions and services with respect to innovation design and management, system build and implementation, big data analytics as well as capacity building. DTA emphasizes the value of connecting global digital players to establish partner network in the digital ecosystem and to empower human resource for developing the Digital economy in Taiwan.
For more information, please visit http://www.dta.taipei
The mission of DutchCham (Dutch Chamber of Commerce) is to stimulate business for our members, Dutch companies and professionals based in Singapore and Singaporean companies interested to work with Dutch companies and represent their interests to local stakeholders.
DutchCham is a non-profit, member-driven organisation and with an expanding league of corporate members we are able create platforms for the promotion of the Dutch-Singapore business.
As the organiser of the DutchCham Winsemius awards for sustainability and innovation we recognise and celebrate the long-standing commercial ties between The Netherlands and Singapore.
DutchCham plays a pivotal role in the Dutch business community in Singapore, with close collaboration of the Dutch Embassy and other private and governmental entities.
We facilitate the sharing of Business-to-Business expertise in specific industries like Maritime, Water, High-Tech and Food &Nutrition and we help our members finding their way in the dynamics of the economic and political landscape of South East Asia.
For more information, please visit http://dutchcham.sg/
FMFF (Federation of Malaysian Freight Forwarders)
FMFF (Federation of Malaysian Freight Forwarders) was established in 1987 as a National Logistics Association. In 2000, FMFF was recognised by Ministry of Transport as the National Association representing logistics in Malaysia and internationally
Collectively, FMFF has more than 1100 members nationwide in Selangor, Penang, Johor, Sarawak, Kota Kinabalu and Labuan. Selangor has the largest number of members, numbering 629.
FMFF is represented in many forums such as Trade Facilitation Working Group (MITI), regular Dialogues with MITI, MOF, MOT, Customs (Private Sector-Customs Liaison Meeting). FMFF is a member of the Port Consultative Committee of Federal Ports and have regular meetings and dialogues with the Port/Terminal operators and State Customs Authorities.
FMFF also sits on the Advisory Board of MOHE (Ministry of Higher Education) on Vocational Training.
FMFF is also a member of FIATA (International Federation of Freight Forwarding Associations), FAPAA (Federation of Asia-Pacific Air Cargo Agents) and AFFA (Asean Federation of Forwarders Association).
FMFF endorses relevant Conferences, Seminars, Training programs by Conference organizers and other Training providers that updates and enhance relevant knowledge and expertise in logistics.
FMFF is also committed to implement a sustainable capacity development program for its members and the logistics industry at large by conducting the Foundation Course in Multi-modal transport and FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding. Presently, FMFF is collaborating with Malaysian University of Science & Technology in conducting the FIATA Diploma program and with UTAR (Centre for Extension Education) for the Foundation course.
For more information, please visit www.fmff.net
Multimodal Transport (in collaboration with UNESCAP) and the FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding.
GlobalPlatform is a non-profit industry association driven by over 100 member companies. Members share a common goal to develop GlobalPlatform’s specifications, which are today highly regarded as the international standard for enabling digital services and devices to be trusted and securely managed throughout their lifecycle.
GlobalPlatform protects digital services by standardizing and certifying a security hardware/firmware combination, known as a secure component, which acts as an on-device trust anchor. This facilitates collaboration between service providers and device manufacturers, empowering them to ensure adequate security within all devices to protect against threats.
GlobalPlatform specifications also standardize the secure management of digital services and devices once deployed in the field. Altogether, GlobalPlatform enables convenient and secure digital service delivery to end users, while supporting privacy, regardless of market sector or device type. Devices secured by GlobalPlatform include smartphones, tablets, set top boxes, wearables, connected cars, other Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices and smart cards.
The technology’s widespread global adoption delivers cost and time-to-market efficiencies to all. Market sectors adopting GlobalPlatform technology include payments, telecoms, transportation, automotive, smart cities, smart home, utilities, healthcare, premium content, government and enterprise ID.
GlobalPlatform’s legacy of successful technical specification development is thanks to two decades of energetic and effective industry collaboration. Members influence the organization’s output through participation in technical committees, working groups and strategic task forces. GlobalPlatform technology is developed in collaboration with numerous standards bodies and regional organizations across the world, to ensure continual relevance and timeliness. For more information visit http://www.globalplatform.org
GS1 Singapore is part of the not-for-profit Global Standards 1 (GS1) organisation based in Belgium, Brussels with offices in 115 countries and is affiliated to the Singapore Manufacturing Federation.
GS1 Singapore has close to 2,000 member companies across multiple sectors and is working with organisations and public agencies such as SPRING Singapore, iDA, CUSTOMS, HSA and e2i to promote and drive adoption of standards, in turn helping Singapore companies improve their competitiveness and operational efficiencies.
GS1 Standards leverage on technology tools such as RFID, Barcoding, Electronic Data Interchange (eDI) to facilitate interoperability and provide structure to many industries and sectors.
For more information, please visit www.gs1.org/countries/singapore
HomeGrid Forum (HGF) is an industry alliance that brings together the world’s best in technology innovators, silicon vendors, system manufacturers and service providers to promote G.hn, a globally recognized gigabit home networking technology based on ITU-T standards. Over 70 members promote the global adoption of G.hn, a single unified, multi-sourced networking technology – over coax, copper pairs, powerline, and plastic optical fiber – while continuing to support HomePNA deployments and their transition to G.hn. HomeGrid Forum provides G.hn silicon and system certification through a strict compliance and interoperability testing program.
Hong Kong Federation of E-Commerce (HKFEC)
Hong Kong Federation of E-Commerce (HKFEC) was established to join professionals and all parts of E-commerce businesses together to share on a common platform with the latest news, technology and opportunities. The goal is to make Hong Kong a better place for E-commerce business.
Through our seminars, workshops and exchange tours, members can leverage industries and other countries’ successful case to upgrade their knowledge and expertise in order to enhance and promote their E-commerce development.
The Federation will also act on behalf of the industry to liaise with government bodies and communicate with the society, in order to build an interactive platform for supporting E-commerce development in Hong Kong.
For more information, visit http://www.hkfec.org/
Intellectual Property Intermediary (IPI)
IPI is a non-profit organisation, established by the Singapore Ministry of Trade & Industry, to catalyse and enable enterprises to grow their businesses through technology and innovation. IPI promotes open innovation, and works with enterprises to source for technologies locally and abroad. In addition, it facilitates technology partnerships to bring new and innovative products and services to the market.
Connected to a global network of technology partners including the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), IPI is well-positioned to facilitate connections between technology seekers and providers, driving growth and innovation opportunities for Singapore enterprises.
For more information, please visit www.ipi-singapore.org.
Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities (LKYCIC)
The Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities (LKYCIC) was established in September 2012 as one of the research centres of excellence in the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). The Centre seeks to stimulate thinking and research on the critical issues of cities and urbanisation, and explores the integrated use of technology, design and policy to provide urban solutions.
For more information, visit https://lkycic.sutd.edu.sg/
oneM2M is the global standards initiative that covers requirements, architecture, API specifications, security solutions and interoperability for Machine-to-Machine and IoT technologies. oneM2M was formed in 2012 and consists of eight of the world's preeminent standards development organizations: ARIB (Japan), ATIS (U.S.), CCSA (China), ETSI (Europe), TIA (U.S.), TSDSI (India), TTA (Korea), and TTC (Japan), together with six industry fora or consortia (Broadband Forum, Continua Alliance, GlobalPlatform, HGI, Next Generation M2M Consortium and OMA) and over 200 member organizations. oneM2M specifications provide a framework to support applications and services such as the smart grid, connected car, home automation, public safety, and health. oneM2M actively encourages industry associations and forums with specific application requirements to participate in oneM2M, in order to ensure that the solutions developed support their specific needs. For more information, including how to join and participate in oneM2M, see: www.onem2m.org.
SIMalliance is the global, non-profit industry association which simplifies aspects of hardware-based device security to drive the creation, deployment and management of secure mobile services. The organisation promotes the essential role of a dedicated tamper resistant hardware module in delivering secure mobile applications and services across all devices that can access wireless networks. By identifying and addressing related technical issues, and both clarifying and recommending existing technical standards relevant to the implementation of hardware security, the SIMalliance aims to facilitate and accelerate delivery of secure mobile applications globally.
SIMalliance members represent 90% of the global SIM card market. As such, the SIMalliance’s membership is responsible for delivering the most widely distributed secure application delivery platform in the world (UICC/SIM/USIM).
SIMalliance members are Card Centric, Eastcompeace, Gemalto, Giesecke&Devrient, Incard, Kona I, Safran Identity & Security, Oberthur Technologies, VALID, Watchdata and Wuhan Tianyu.SIMalliance Strategic Partners areComprion, Linxens, Movenda and Simulity Labs.
For more information visit www.simalliance.org
Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium
The Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium is a platform for engagement between industry, academia and government agencies to encourage use-inspired research, translation, manpower training and technology awareness in the area of cybersecurity. Consortium members are Singapore companies and government agencies with interest and expertise in cybersecurity. The Consortium brings them in close interaction with research institutions across Singapore through activities such as Technology Talks, Cybersecurity Camp, Wild and Crazy Ideas Day, and Special Interest Group meetings to exchange knowledge and explore R&D cooperation opportunities. Resulting joint projects could be considered for seed funding by the Consortium.
For more information, please visit http://sgcsc.sg
Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation
Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) is Singapore's premiere infocomm industry association. It comprises corporate members ranging from local startups to established MNCs. SiTF advocates for the ICM (Information, Communications and Media) industry, helps to accelerate the adoption ICM technology and promotes innovation.
SiTF works closely with various stakeholders to promote emerging technologies in areas such as Digital Media, Cloud Computing, Wireless, Security and Governance. SiTF also provide platforms to help members with opportunities to increase their market presence and business outreach
Some of the key initiatives include
- 123JumpStart (a start-up program)
- SiTF Academy
- Productivity and Productisation Programme
SiTF is also working closely with its members, IDA and Smart Nation Programme Office (SNPO) to explore opportunities made possible by Smart Nation.
For more information about SiTF, please visit www.sitf.org.sg
Singapore Institute of Materials Management (SIMM)
The Singapore Institute of Materials Management (SIMM) was incorporated in 1980 as a non-profit and self-supporting independent educational institution, with quality as its corporate emphasis. SIMM has since grown to be a premier institution offering Logistics, Supply chain Management and E-commerce education for the industry training professionals and assisting also in the conversion of manpower for personnel not in the Logistics and Procurement field or industry.
The primary objective of the Institute is to establish and to maintain a high standard of knowledge and excellence in the field of Logistics and Procurement. The secondary objective is to promote and foster the study, research and development on Logistics and Materials Management on all aspects from Purchasing and Supply Chain Management to applying latest E-commerce technology and practices to the field of Logistics and Purchasing.
Besides conducting various graduate diplomas, advanced diplomas, diplomas and certificates, SIMM is also actively providing practical training through workshops, in-house programs and seminars to upgrade professional knowledge and experience of members and corporate companies’ staff. SIMM also organises regional Conference such as the Asia Pacific Logistics Conference (APLF) and is also a representative lead organiser for the Procurement Event for the bi-annual Globaltronics International Electronics gathering.
SIMM is a member of the International Federation of Purchasing and Materials Management (IFPMM). SIMM also works with the authorities and various government bodies such as IE Singapore (International Enterprise) and Economic Development Board (EDB) Singapore in various projects in the areas of Logistics and Procurement to further advance the interests of the industry and country development.
For more information, visit www.simm.org.sg
Singapore International Chamber of Commerce
The Singapore International Chamber of Commerce is Singapore’s longest serving chamber and first registered company. Founded in 1837, the Chamber is part of team Singapore. Its mission is to stand up for business interests in the wider interests of a vibrant economy. The Chamber is an inclusive platform of large and small, local and foreign businesses representing more than 20 sectors and 40 nationalities. www.sicc.com.sg
Singapore Logistics Association
Established since 1973, Singapore Logistics Association (SLA) envisions to represent Singapore logistics with a mission to promote professionalism and excellence of the logistics industry.
As a trade association and strong fraternity advocate, its membership of more than 560 business entities offers a diverse scope of logistics and logistics ancillary support services.
SLA fulfills its objects in close collaboration and engagement with logistics companies, academia, trade associations, business partners, government agencies, international organisations and professionals.
SLA contributes to logistics capability building through its training arm, The Logistics Academy, a registered Private Education Institute that offers quality training and lifelong learning for the logistics workforce.
For more information, please visit www.sla.org.sg
Singapore Productivity Centre
Transform. Innovate. Future Ready
Singapore Productivity Centre (SGPC) is a one-stop competency centre set up under the auspices of the Future Economy Council, which was previously known as National Productivity Council. SGPC is a fully owned subsidiary of Singapore Productivity Association, an affiliated body of SPRING Singapore.
The mission of SGPC is to drive productivity for sustained growth and competitiveness for enterprises in the services sector, starting with Food Services, Retail, and Hotel sectors.
SGPC provides a comprehensive range of services and solutions to transform enterprises. These include in-depth productivity and business consultancy, workshops and masterclasses as well as overseas best practices study missions. SGPC is also a resource centre with research and publications of benchmarking studies, applied research and case studies.
SGPC has assisted over 1,000 companies in productivity improvement and capability building projects. They have also benefitted from the conferences and workshops, overseas study missions and productivity training programmes.
Through its various initiatives, SGPC demystify the concept of productivity and innovation thereby promoting a better understanding of its efforts to help transform enterprises to be future proof and future ready.
Find out more about SGPC at www.sgpc.sg
Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA)
The SSIA is the voice of Singapore’s semiconductor industry and is committed to support this important sector in Singapore in order to facilitate substantial growth of the whole semiconductor economy of the country. Our mission: To advocate Singapore’s major industry and to facilitate substantial growth of the semiconductor sector and its businesses internationally.
SSIA is a non-profitable organization, which brings together industry players, academia, and government agencies. Major activities focus on industrial and talent outreach and continuing education, as well as to collectively address industry challenges and needs. The Association was started in 2005 under the name “MIDAS” and has been operating with an extended charter under the new name “SSIA” since 2010.
Members include companies and organizations throughout all parts of the complex and comprehensive value chain - Chip design companies, Manufacturers, Fabless companies, Equipment suppliers, Photovoltaic and LED companies, EDA and material suppliers, Training and service providers, IP companies, Research institutes and Academia, as well as individual members.
For more information, please contact www.ssia.org.sg
Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
SUTD was established to advance knowledge and nurture technically grounded leaders and innovators to serve societal needs, through a focus on design and multi-disciplinary curriculum and research. The university was originally established in collaboration with MIT and Zhejiang University.
For more information, visit https://www.sutd.edu.sg/
Singapore Venture Capital & Private Equity Association
The Singapore Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (SVCA) was formed in 1992 to promote the development of the venture capital (VC) and private equity (PE) industry.
Our Mission is to foster greater understanding of the importance of venture capital and private equity to the economy in support of entrepreneurship and innovation and to look after the interests of our members.
The association strives to promote the professional development of the industry as well as facilitate interaction and collaboration among its members. The association also acts as a platform for dialogue on regulatory and policy issues pertaining to VC and PE and builds linkages to centres of VC and PE activities in the region.
For more information, please visit http://svca.org.sg/