15 May 2018

Driving Business Growth: IPI Promotes Open Innovation at ASME Seminar


In today’s innovation driven-economy, emerging technologies are opening up new opportunities to enterprises across industries. On the flipside, the same developments pose significant challenges to other businesses. IPI was pleased to share with participating SMEs how they could pursue a strategy of growth through open innovation at the Blueprinting the SMART Future seminar organised by the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME) on 9 May 2018.

Lim Ming Khai, Deputy Director explained how technology adoption can be less daunting through collaborations with external partners, and how IPI’s open innovation platforms come together to enhance SMEs’ innovation capabilities and accelerate their product research and development.

The seminar also featured a line-up of industry speakers who provided actionable insights on artificial intelligence (AI), big data and chatbots for SMEs to jumpstart their digital transformation journeys.

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