AmCham to press on with new schemes for members

AmCham CEO Lei Hsien-Hsien said confidence in Singapore is strong and American firms remain committed to their operations here. The chamber intends to roll out an SME ACCelerate scheme in the third quarter of this year to train and develop small busi
AmCham CEO Lei Hsien-Hsien said confidence in Singapore is strong and American firms remain committed to their operations here. The chamber intends to roll out an SME ACCelerate scheme in the third quarter of this year to train and develop small business owners, offer advisory support and match them to partnerships with multinational firms. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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The American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (AmCham) is pressing ahead with new programmes for members this year, even amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

It intends to roll out an SME ACCelerate scheme in the third quarter of this year to train and develop small business owners, offer advisory support and match them to partnerships with multinational firms, said AmCham chief executive officer Lei Hsien-Hsien.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 06, 2020, with the headline AmCham to press on with new schemes for members. Subscribe