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What “next big thing” could Singapore set its sights on for the decade ahead? 

At 56 – Singapore’s ‘age’ this year – our nation has come into its own as a First World country, with a diversified, maturing economy. 

We are known for our strengths as a leading commercial and financial hub; we are recognized for our aspirations across trade and industry to spur start-ups and innovation, and become a truly Smart City.

What else might be in store for the Little Red Dot?

Joshua Yim, CEO of ACHIEVE Group, contributed  the following comments to The Business Times ‘Views from the Top’ on August 5, 2021:

Singapore is set to be a nation with one of the world’s most digitally smart workforce that is attuned to the latest technologies and wired to the global digital network. 

With our state-of-the-art digital infrastructure, vibrant local tech community and readiness to embrace and explore emerging technologies and artificial intelligence, we are an irresistible magnet to companies and top global tech talents looking to commercialise technology solutions and sink roots here.

With the continual influx of these high-tech companies and talents, there are strong motivators inherent in many spheres of our economy to constantly spur our workforce on, uplifting us into a highly agile workforce that is technologically savvy, highly adaptable and innovative, always at the forefront of technology advancements.