The 2.5-year programme will help fuel the expansion plans of local firms.
Enterprise Singapore (ESG) kicked-off its inaugural run of the Scale-up SG programme with 25 local companies from various industries such as lifestyle and consumer, manufacturing and engineering, and urban solutions.
Programme participants like 4Fingers, EtonHouse International, AEM Holdings and Durapower, will undergo leadership development and succession planning, as well as peer learning with the programme’s partners.
“Participating companies will go through the programme in cohorts, each comprising 10 to 15 companies. The programme will be conducted in phases and include activities such as executive business programme with institutes of higher learning (IHLs), peer networking, and industry sharing sessions,” ESG said.
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ESG will run the programme in collaboration with public and private sector partners, including government agencies, management consulting firms, professional services firms, IHLs, research institutes and private equity funds, amongst others.
The inaugural programme will be run together with consultancy firms McKinsey & Company (McKinsey) and PwC Singapore (PwC) as anchor partners. Other partners will also be brought in to facilitate different parts of the programme.