Seize the opportunities.
Keep your business going strong.
Be it getting your business back on its feet or taking it to new heights, in a world reshaped by the coronavirus outbreak, you will first need to identify and capitalise on the opportunities presented in this crisis.
To help you do so, we have teamed up with local industry players and global heavyweights to bring you a series of webinars.
Through these webinars, you will learn why going online can help with economic recovery and growth, how you should adapt to meet new market demands, and how you can improve productivity through employee wellness.
Manage your supply chains and finances in the new norm
In this webinar, you will learn how you can mitigate the impact of COVID-19, and ensure long-term supply chain resilience for your business and how to unlock your liquidity from your accounts receivables.
All you need to know about tendering
In this webinar, you will learn about the basics of tendering, the tendering process and how to prepare your proposal.
What will the new consumer look like?
Guest speakers from Facebook and Wavemaker share on the new consumer’s media habits and how it will impact SMEs in the future.
Strategies to survive & thrive in the next normal
Guest speaker from RSM Singapore share about what are the critical and immediate strategies that a business leader can take in order to strengthen the business resilience and thrive in the next normal.
US Election: Positioning for your business portfolio
OCBC Chief economist, Ms Selena Ling share on the market outlook after the US election. Our treasury specialist shared on what businesses should watch out and what does it mean for SMEs in the short and medium term.
All you need to know about financial statements
Find out how to read and prepare financial statement for businesses and how financial statements can provide insights to your health of the company.
Increase Business Productivity with e-invoicing
Learn how e-invoicing can improve your business productivity and why cashflow management is critical for your business.