Singapore Apex Business Summit

Singapore Apex Business Summit (SABS) is a new, high-level regional business platform comprising of a series of premier events that will bring together industry and government leaders committed to creating a robust future economy through sustainable business solutions, collaborations and free trade agreements with ASEAN and the world.

Organised by the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and co-organised by MP Singapore Pte Ltd, the inaugural SABS was held from 22 to 25 March 2022 at Marina Bay Sands, Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore and available virtually for online visitors. Themed ‘Accelerating Business Transformation in an Endemic World’, the inaugural SABS featured five key events – Singapore Regional Business Forum (SRBF®), ASEAN Conference, Future Economy Conference and Exhibition (FECE), TAC Symposium and FTA Day. In conjunction with SBF’s 20th anniversary, a special 20th anniversary event was also held during SABS.

Singapore Regional Business Forum (SRBF®) Singapore Regional Business Forum (SRBF®) is SBF’s flagship annual event and serves as a high-profile, open, neutral, inclusive, and constructive platform that brings together top business leaders, senior government officials, think-tanks and policy makers to explore policy planning, economic vision, as well as business and investment-related opportunities in the region.
ASEAN Conference ASEAN Conference explores how the pandemic has accelerated wide-ranging changes in ASEAN’s cities and industries and delve more deeply into this paradigm shift.
Future Economy Conference and Exhibition (FECE) The Future Economy Conference and Exhibition aims to help businesses and workers embrace technology and embark on successful digital transformation for sustainable growth.
TAC Symposium The TAC Symposium brings together the Trade Associations and Chambers (TACs) community in Singapore for learning, exchanges, and networking.
FTA Day FTA Day (Free Trade Agreement Day) addresses pressing issues that businesses in Singapore face relating to supply chains, cross border trade and investment, and building resilience in business processes through the adoption of FTAs.


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