Date and Time
7 October 2019 - 9 October 2019
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
National University of Singapore Society (NUSS), Suntec City Guild House, 3 Temasek Boulevard (Tower 5) #02-401/402 , Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983
Organised by: Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO)
The Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations together with Hinrich Foundation conducted a three-day executive programme on ‘Managing Cross Border Trade in an Uncertain World’ from 7 to 9 October 2019.
The three-day curriculum is designed to motivate strategic thinkers, policy makers and other key stakeholders to rethink their approaches to cross-border trade, learn how to anticipate the next wave of disruptions and identify the new opportunities
The course is conducted by experienced trade thought leaders, policy makers and influential practitioner. It attracted local and regional participants from CNBC, MNCs (such as FedEx, Walmart, UOB), World Bank Group, trade associations, policy makers, Singapore Press Holdings and government representatives.
We received very favourable responses to the programme and had great feedback from them.
If you are interested to find out more about executive programmes run by CGIO, please email Ms Verity Thoi at email@example.com
The course presented significant realizations/insights into the current logistics landscape and various trends that are affected by factors such as complex trade regulations, geo-politics and national security. Technology was interplayed and used to understand how the global value chains are being shaped and businesses are sustained and made adaptable. Apart from the wide range of topics covered, there were comprehensive discussions, lively interactions and applications which made new learnings even more practical and dynamic.
John Malvar, VP and Business Development,TDL Logistics & Shipping Corporation
The course included both big-picture concerns and areas of technical rigour, putting trade issues in context while staying grounded in practicalities. I particularly appreciated the detailed presentations by speakers with deep experience in the area of global trade.
The wide range of fellow participants — from various countries, sectors, and disciplines — also yielded lively discussions and interesting insights.”
Janice Heng, SPH journalist
I thought the course was highly informative and exhaustive with great quality speaker that were on average very knowledgeable and engaging with the audience. The 3 days helped me to gain a broader spectrum of the many factors that affect today’s international trade. I did appreciate the effort of representatives from different sectors (private, government, banking, media, etc
Martino Forcello, Director, Asia Product Supply