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TTS Group Delivers Key Note Speech for SME Summit 2016

TTS Group is honoured to be invited to SME Biz-Innovation Summit organised by SMB World Asia to present the key note address to a group of 200 CEOs and senior management executives.

Kelvin Foo, our Director, SE Asia has been invited as the key note speaker to the annual SME Summit, to address a crowd of 200 CEOs and senior management executives, at One Farrer Hotel & Spa, on 23rd June 2016.

“This is a great opportunity for us to show case TTS Group as an innovative Small Medium Enterprise (SME) in Singapore.” says Kelvin Foo, Director, SE Asia of TTS Group. “It gives me great honour and privilege to be able to provide useful opinions and exchange pointers to the C-level executives who are running SMEs themselves.” said Kelvin.

Themed “Smarter Strategies for Sustainable Business,” the 5th SME BIZ INNOVATION SUMMIT focused on the core challenges and opportunities faced by SMEs in Singapore. The summit also provided insightful sharing of case studies, best practices and incisive panel discussions with successful business owners, close-up views of the latest in technology and innovations, allowing our attendees to have hands-on opportunities for creative collaboration with leading industry peers and vendors.

Entitled “Innovate Like a Start-up”, Kelvin’s presentation spoke about his opinions on the recent announcements of Budget 2016 and its impact on the SMEs. To find out more on the list of key items of the Budget which affects the SME, please click the following link:

Kelvin then went out to share with the audience the current issues faced by SMEs and elaborated on TTS Group’s four important “SME Survival Tactics” in the current uncertain economy and the challenges faced by it.

The four tactics which Kelvin shared as summarized as below:

  • SME Survival Tactic 1: Develop and apply advanced technology whenever and wherever possible

  • SME Survival Tactic 2: Structure in a way to attain expertise, potential and capacity to go global

  • SME Survival Tactic 3: Always place company staff as priority – focus on developing strengths

  • SME Survival Tactic 4: Establish branding of the business and find the path which associates best with your products and services

In closing remarks, Kelvin welcomed the established and aspiring SME businesses to exchange pointers on the various strategies and contacts, so that we can all move upward and forward as a SME entity to overcome the upcoming challenges together.

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