SGPA organises activities for our members throughout the year on productivity and innovation. If you have an event idea for our members, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposal.
Registration is now open for our next Team Excellence Assessment coming up in Sep 2021:
Date: 27 to 30 September 2021*
Registration Deadline: 2 August 2021 (Monday), 1700hrs.
Submission of 2-page report summary and full presentation slides: By 6 September 2021 (Monday)
*Teams will be informed of their timeslots after registration has been completed.
Please click here to download the registration form.
Look out for more activities in 2021.
SGPA members and guests got to learn more about data analytics in our Zoom webinar: Data Analytics 101 – Analyse for Success.
Trainer and fellow SGPA member Mr Sam Lee touched on the basics of data analytics, and how fashion giant Zara taps data analytics to manage its sales more effectively. He also shared a step-by-step guide to data analysis.
SGPA members may view the highlights of the webinar by clicking here (password-protected webpage). Please key in the members’ password to access the members-only page.
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SGPA and Association of Catering Professionals Singapore (ACAPS) jointly organised a Zoom webinar for our members on 7 October 2020. Mr Wei Lai and Mr CK Lee from Assurity Trusted Solutions shared tips on how SingPass and other digital identity solutions can help businesses enhance productivity. You may view the webinar by clicking the video below.
On 30 November 2018, the Association and its subsidiary, the Singapore Productivity Centre (SGPC), held its inaugural networking event, for both members and clients. Titled “Connect 2019”, the event sought to help business owners and C-suite executives forge strong alliances and elevate business ideas to greater heights.
The Association hosted the International Convention of Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) 2018 from 22 – 25 October 2018. Held at the Resorts World Sentosa, ICQCC 2018 attracted 2113 delegates across 476 teams, making this the largest event in the history of the ICQCC.
The Singapore Productivity Association and Singapore Productivity Centre jointly organised a networking session to share the latest digital marketing trends and how organisations can build up their digital marketing capabilities.
The Association organised a networking event to share the latest productivity trends, training and development offers as well as government incentives available for SMEs with members.
A dialogue session on “E-commerce Development and Trends in China” was held for members, to share insights on the e-commerce landscape in China and trends that may impact the region.
Together with the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and Agency for Integrated Care (AIC), the Singapore Productivity Association held a Productivity Workshop and Networking Session for Community Care Leaders.
Together with Enterprise Singapore (then known as SPRING Singapore), the Singapore Productivity Association held a SPRING-SPA Productivity Roundtable on 10 March 2016, which gave SMEs an opportunity to learn about business capability upgrading and network with business owners from various industries.
The Association co-organised the Singapore Productivity Forum (SPF) 2015 at the Resorts World Sentosa from 9 –10 September 2015 with Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). SPF 2015 was attended by 438 delegates and speakers over the two days.
The Association co-organised Food Productivity Conference (FPC) 2014 with Singapore Productivity Centre. FPC 2014 was attended by some 550 delegates and speakers over the two days.
The Singapore Productivity Forum held at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel was attended by 218 delegates and speakers over the two days.
The Singapore Productivity Forum took place at Orchard Hotel in Singapore on 31 January 2013. Themed Improving Productivity – a Journey, not a Destination, the 2-day event brought together 12 Speakers and Presenters from Australia, Germany, Japan, Korea, Norway, Thailand and Singapore. It attracted more than 210 delegates.
The Food Manufacturing Productivity Conference brought together over 200 local food manufacturers and food retailers from 64 organisations to celebrate and exchange ideas, knowledge and experiences.