AMP Singapore, in collaboration with its research subsidiary, Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs (RIMA), holds the Community in Review (CIR) seminar annually to discuss contemporary issues affecting the Malay/Muslim community in Singapore.

The topic for this year’s CIR is Staying Relevant in the Digital Age. The seminar invites speakers from various backgrounds and institutions to discuss the future of employment in Singapore amidst the changing nature of the economy. The discussions will include the outlook of employment in Singapore, the changes employers might face as we continue to ride on the wave of digitalisation, and the skills needed to future-proof our jobs in the coming future.

Details of the seminar is as follows:

Theme:                        Staying Relevant in the Digital Age

Date:                            Thursday, 25 March 2021

Time:                           8.00 pm to 10.00 pm

Venue:                         Zoom (link will be provided upon confirmation of your registration)

 

Speakers:                    

Mr Poon King Wang   
Director
Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities,
Singapore University of Technology and Design

Ms Aziza Sheerin 
Managing Director, Asia
General Assembly

Mr Shamir Rahim
Founder & CEO
VersaFleet Pte Ltd

Mr Azrulnizam Shah Sohaimi
Executive Director
Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Moderator:

Dr Johannis Auri Abdul Aziz
Research Fellow
Office of Education Research, National Institute of Education

 

Registration has closed. To those who have registered, we see you at the webinar!