Sustainability Innovation Programme

28 March 2023 - 6 April 2023

The FinLab’s Sustainability Innovation Programme (SIP) is a 2-week programme to help SMEs transform their companies into sustainable and green businesses. It provides deep insights across a variety of sustainability topics such as energy efficiency, sustainable finance, renewable energy certificates (RECs), sustainable packaging, and carbon management and ESG reporting. Learn how sustainability can play a part in your business to balance impact while ensuring profit and productivity.

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Programme Pillars


Learn key trends, solutions, and insights into what it takes to build a sustainable future


Understand your sustainability needs and opportunities for growth


Increase your green proficiency through in-person engagement with greentechs & experts


Start implementing solutions, and plan for future growth leveraging clear sustainable actions

Programme Topics

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Energy Efficiency​

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Funding for Sustainability

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Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)

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Sustainable Packaging

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Carbon Management and Reporting

Programme Schedule

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*All dates and timings are subject to change

A certificate of completion will be presented to participants who achieve at least 75% attendance for the programme

Session 1

Programme Kickoff

The programme kickoff began with an opening address by Eric Lim, Chief Sustainability Officer from UOB and sharing sessions by Gan Ai Lim, Managing Director, Head of Marketing, Group Wholesale Banking and Global Markets, UOB and Marianne Tan, Programme Director at UOB FinLab. 

This was followed by a panel discussion on “How SMEs can Transition to Net Zero” moderated by Melissa Moi, Head of Sustainable Business, Corporate Sustainability Office, UOB, with panellists Christine Wong, Executive Director, Urban Solutions & Sustainability, Enterprise Singapore, Kang Jen Wee, Founder and CEO of REDEX, Tan Siang Hou, Head of Data Science, Terrascope, and Valerie Chua, Assistant Vice President, Venture Capital, New Ventures Singapore, Economic Development Board (EDB) who shared their insights on the topic.

The kickoff concluded with a closing address by Janet Young, Managing Director and Head of Group Channels and Digitalisation, UOB. 

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Eric Lim delivers the opening address
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Gan Ai Lim shares about the UOB Sustainability Compass
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Marianne Tan shares about the FinLab’s sustainability programmes
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Janet Young with panellists

Session 2

Fundamentals of Sustainability

The second session of the programme was a sharing session conducted by Yina Chua, Assistant Director, SP Alliance & Network (SPAN), Department of Industry and Partnerships, Singapore Polytechnic, and Tang Soo Yin, Centre Director, User Experience Centre.

Yina Chua shared insights into how businesses can understand materiality by identifying the relevance and significance of their sustainability issues while Tang Soo Yin shared about how businesses can utilise smart technology to review their utilities, save operational costs, and lower their emissions.

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Yina Chua shares how sustainability decisions impact the actions and performance of organisations and stakeholders
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Tang Soo Yin shares about the importance of transitioning to sustainable operations to future-proof businesses and stay ahead of the curve

Session 3 - Assess Your Green Position

UOB U-Solar, U-Energy & U-Drive

The third session of the programme began with a sharing session on UOB U-Solar, U-Energy, and U-Drive by Edmund Wong, Vice President, Sector Solutions Group, UOB Feng Ni Teo, Vice President, Sector Solutions Group, UOB, and Sherman Tan, Assistant Vice President, Sector Solutions Group, UOB. 

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Edmund Wong shares about U-Solar financing solutions
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Feng Ni Teo shares about the U-Energy Programme
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Sherman Tan shares about U-Drive financing solutions

UOB Sustainability Compass and Workplace Banking

A sharing session on the UOB Sustainability Compass and Workplace Banking solutions was then conducted by Mavis Ku, Senior Relationship Manager, UOB, Samuel Tan, Vice President, ESG Solutions, Sector Solutions Group, UOB, and Tan Pin Pin, First Vice President, Marketing, Group Wholesale Banking & Global Markets, UOB. 

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Mavis Ku shares about the UOB Sustainability Compass
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Samuel Tan shares how businesses can assess and reach their ESG goals
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Tan Pin Pin shares about UOB workplace banking solutions for business owners

Session 4

Carbon Management and Waste Reduction

The fourth session of the programme began with a sharing session by Brenda Teo, Sustainability Consultant, Unravel Carbon, who spoke on “How to Manage and Reduce Carbon for Businesses”

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Brenda Teo shares how businesses can monitor and manage their carbon emissions

A sharing session on “Reducing Waste through Sustainable Packaging” was then conducted by Karen Cheah, Founder & CEO of AlterPacks, and Mohd Andiadzhar, Director of Environment at One Farrer Hotel.

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Karen Cheah shares her journey founding AlterPacks 
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Mohd Andiadzhar shares the long-term benefits that greener operations brings to businesses

Session 5

Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency

The fifth session of the programme was a sharing session on “Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency” by Zhang Xiang Jing, Vice President, Sustainability, Group Finance & Corporate SVCs, UOB, Alex Loh, Business Development Director, REDEX, Giles Chua, Business Development Director, SP Digital, and Emir Nurov, CEO & Co-Founder, Resync.

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Zhang Xiang Jing shares about “Energy Efficiency for Businesses”
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Alex Loh shares about Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)
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Giles Chua shares about energy efficiency solutions from SP Group
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Emir Nurov shares about technologies for energy efficiency from Resync

Session 6

ESG Reporting and Funding for Sustainability

The final session of the programme was a sharing session on “ESG Reporting and Funding for Sustainability” by Will Leong, Programme Manager, UOB FinLab, Jayson Koh, Programme Director, Ecolabs, NTU, Benjamin Tan, Business Development Associate, STACS, and Max Lee, CEO & Co-Founder, Pantas.

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Will Leong shares on “Sustainable Financing & Grants”
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Jayson Koh shares on the Ecolabs Centre of Innovation for Energy
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Benjamin Tan shares on “ESG Reporting and Financing for Sustainability”
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Max Lee shares on “Technologies for ESG Reporting”


Sustainability Innovation Programme 2022: Week 1 – “Educate”

No better way to get your sustainability journey started than to better understand the basics of sustainability, and know where you stand with regards to key sustainability metrics! Join us next week for 2 and half-day session to deepen your understanding about sustainability fundamentals through sharing by Ngee Ann Poly, STACS, Enterprise Singapore, and UOB.

11 May 2022
10.00am – 12.00pm
Learning Sustainability 101Benjamin Soh
Co-founder and Managing Director, STACS

Dr Jason Tang
Director, Environmental & Water Technology Centre of Innovation (EWTCOI), Ngee Ann Polytechnic
You can look forward to learning about:

  • What is sustainability and some key terminologies (e.g. concept of ESG, SDGs etc.)

  • Challenges faced by SMEs in going green – current landscape and trends

  • The role of trustable ESG data in decarbonisation

  • End-to-end solutions for ESG reporting and certification
  • 12 May 2022
    10.00am – 11.30am
    Learning Sustainability 101Samuel Tan
    Vice President, ESG Solutions, Section Solutions Group, Group Wholesale Banking, UOB

    Shawn Yap
    Vice President, Wealth Management Advisory and Strategy, Personal Financial Solutions, UOB

    Shaun Tan
    Programme Director, The FinLab
    You can look forward to learning about:

  • Overview and introduction to UOB green solutions and sustainability financing for SMEs

  • Sustainability solutions for individuals from UOB (e.g. UOB green loans, RECs, UOB sustainability-linked funds)

  • Government grants for sustainability projects available to SMEs
  • Sustainability Innovation Programme 2022: Week 2 – “Evaluate”

    Join our Sustainability Business Model Canvas Workshop to learn how to use a tried-and-tested innovation framework, the BMC, to understand the gaps and opportunities in your business. The workshop helps you to clearly identify your specific sustainability problem statement, so that you can find the right green solutions.

    The sustainability assessment questionnaire developed by Global Initiatives helps companies start their sustainability journey using an assessment framework based on global standards like the UN SDGs. It provides a competitive positioning vis-a-vis peers, and it allows SMEs to develop a clear action plan for sustainability, based on the data collected.

    17 May 2022
    9.30am – 3.00pm
    Sustainability Business Model Canvas WorkshopFelix Tan
    Mentor-in-Residence, The FinLab
    You can look forward to learning about:

  • Understanding sustainability needs through a business model canvas / lean canvas workshop

  • Structuring clear and specific problem statements so that relevant solutions can be found

  • Designing a roadmap and strategy to enable green efforts to be effective and sustainable

    Venue : 80RR FinTech Hub SG, 80 Robinson Road, #08-01 Singapore 068898
  • 19 May 2022
    2.00pm – 3.00pm
    Sustainability Assessment Tool with Global InitiativesPuneet Chaddha
    Promoter and Adviser to the Board, Global Initiatives
    You can look forward to learning about:

  • Understanding more details about the sustainability assessment questionnaire developed by Global Initiatives

  • Developing an action plan based on the data collected through the tool, which improves competitiveness, facilitates access to Green Finance, and helps businesses with their ESG reporting

  • Getting started on completing the tool in the session
  • Sustainability Innovation Programme 2022: Week 3 – “Experience”

    Our first session in the “Execute” pillar in our SIP allows you to “Tech-Match” with solutions from SP Digital and E-Tech! Do join us as we showcase the benefits of these solutions offered by our partners, and find out how these innovative solutions can help your business increase productivity and save costs by being more energy efficient.

    23 May 2022
    2.00pm – 3.00pm
    Managing Rising Energy Costs with Greener and Smarter SolutionsSatinderpal Singh Sandhu
    Deputy Director, Business Development and Sales, SP Digital

    Mr. Sean Lee
    Assistant Director, Project Development, E-Tech Building Services Pte Ltd
    You can look forward to learning about:

  • Finding out more about the sustainability solutions offered by SP Digital and their partner, E-Tech

  • Understanding how E-Tech’s SMART solutions can predict and prevent unseen problems with energy efficiency through Expert Energy management, proven Energy Saving technology and Remote Asset Visibility and Control
  • 25 May 2022
    2.00pm – 5.00pm
    Visit to SP Digital’s OfficeClement Cheong
    Vice President, Sales and Customer Operations, SP Digital

    Satinderpal Singh Sandhu
    Deputy Director, Business Development and Sales, SP Digital
    You can look forward to learning about:

  • Seeing sustainability come to life at a sustainability experience space in SP Digital’s office

  • Experiencing the tech showcase by SP Digital on their suite of GET solutions

  • Networking with our partners and other businesses in the ecosystem
  • Sustainability Innovation Programme 2022: Week 4 – “Execute”

    Our second session in the “Execute” pillar in our SIP showcases UOB’s sustainability programmes, U-Solar and U-Energy. Join us as we feature the green solutions offered by the programmes, and discover how you can leverage the bank’s green financing to get support for your sustainability projects.

    Our third session in the “Execute” pillar in our SIP features solutions introduced to us through our government agency partners. Find out more about the benefits of these solutions focusing on energy efficiency, and what kind of government subsidies and grants are available for these solutions.

    1 June 2022
    10.00am – 11.00am
    UOB U-Solar and U-Energy SolutionsJasper Wong
    Head, Construction and Infrastructure, Section Solutions Group, UOB

    Teo Feng Ni
    Vice President, Section Solutions Group, UOB
    You can look forward to learning about:

  • Understanding more details about UOB’s green solutions for SMEs, offered in their U-Solar and U-Energy programmes

  • Seeing the showcase of the benefits of the solutions and how it can help SMEs

  • Knowing how you can leverage the bank’s green financing to assist you in your green journey
  • 2 June 2022
    10.00am – 11.30am
    ESG and SGI SolutionsEmir Nurov
    Co-founder & CEO, Resync

    Nilesh Jadhav
    Co-founder & CEO, BtrLyf

    William Temple
    CEO, Ampotech
    You can look forward to learning about:

  • Discovering more about the features and benefits from our solutions focusing on energy efficiency

  • Getting connected and matched with our solution partners

  • Understanding how you can take advantage of the subsidies and grants given by government agencies to support the use of these green solutions
  • UOB FinLab Sustainability Innovation Programme 2023 Highlights

    Highlights from the 2023 Sustainability Innovation Programme and the participant’s takeaway from the programme.

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    Sustainability Innovation Programme 2021 – SMEs Features

    This video features previous programme participants Cheng Fong Enterprises, Container Printers Pte Ltd, Trust Cleanz Initiative, and Urban Origins.

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    Tan Jia Yee

    Jia Yee honed her skills and capabilities through a diverse career in marketing communications – she started her career at Ogilvy as a strategist, then left to build-from-scratch an award-winning creative agency for six years, before moving to an in-house role at a precision health company where she was part of the leadership team. Jia Yee’s currently the Director of Creative and Social at Tate Anzur, an integrated strategic communications agency.

    She’s blessed to be doing what she loves, particularly in bridging understanding, connecting communities, and in achieving measurable business outcomes. Some of the clients she has worked with include AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, GIC, the National Arts Council, and the Singapore Tourism Board.

    Jia Yee is very active in the arts and community – she continues to write for stage, and currently sits on the Board of Diverse Abilities Dance Collective, and the Prayoon for Art Foundation (Thailand). She is also an Advisor (Arts) for the National Youth Council’s Young ChangeMakers, and a Citizen Ambassador with the Singapore International Foundation.

    Damian Kim (Meta)

    Damian Kim is the Managing Director at Meta, Singapore, where he is responsible for leading the company’s efforts to build communities and support businesses on platforms.

    Prior to his current role, Damian was the Head of Gaming for the Greater China Region responsible for industry development of mobile gaming companies focused on the global market and established it as one of the largest businesses worldwide.

    As a co-Chapter Advisor for Pride@ SG, Damian has always been impressed with the long-standing efforts of Pride@ across the company and, in particular, the direct experience he’s had within APAC and also as part of the Global Gaming team.

    Before joining Meta, Damian held several positions at Microsoft – both in the APAC regional headquarters in Singapore and the global headquarters in the United States. He was responsible for multiple partnerships – including Hewlett-Packard and Samsung – and also led the launch and growth of the Surface product category for APAC.

    Damian received his B.B.A from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. While originally from the US, he has been based in Singapore for over a decade where he currently resides with his wife and two children.

    Sharon Ong

    Sharon is currently Vice-President of Design and Communications at Inmagine. As a member of the senior leadership team, Sharon leads the Creative and Communication Department across the Group.

    She has held senior positions in companies such as J. Walter Thompson, Publicis, Havas Worldwide, Chiel Worldwide, Bray Leino Splash before joining Inmagine. She is strategic and results-driven with over 15 years of working experience building brands across various industries.

    With a First Class Honours degree in Visual Communication Design from Middlesex University, Sharon has led multiple teams through her career with her strong leadership skills and is well-known in her industry as a change catalyst, and a hybrid creative with a “can-do” attitude.

    OKJ (Ong Kar Jing)

    OKJ (Ong Kah Jing, 王傢靖) is redefining the value of short documentaries as well as how they can impact society.

    He pushes the boundaries as deemed necessary to do justice to stories by trying new storytelling methods and platforms.

    His earnest approach to documentary storytelling led to commissions with Singaporean government agencies such as Sport Singapore and National Environmental Agency as well as international organisations such as Young Sustainable Impact Global based in Norway.

    His independent documentary works were recognised at the National Youth Film awards, where he is a 4-time nominee and 2-time winner, along with engagements with brands such as SanDisk Professional and Canon Singapore as well as being involved in a nation-wide campaign with National University of Singapore.

    His work had also been shared by mainstream media as well as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

    Clarence Chan

    Clarence is the founder of Bandwagon Labs, whose goal is to help brands create their shopfronts in the interoperable web3 metaverse. He and his team are the 1st in Singapore to be a verified partner of Decentraland (#1 ranked web3 metaverse based on market cap), and the 1st globally to hold wedding in Sandbox Game as featured in CoinTelegraph, CNA, front page of ST life, and the team behind Capitaland’s metaverse activation, Capitaverse.

    He is currently building BWLAND, a metaverse tech stack for enterprises. Clarence is in the founding team of, a web3 music collective which funds music collaborations via DeFi. Clarence has been an invited speaker by National Marketing Office, IMDA, and was in Prestige’s 40 under 40 in 2022. He is an alumni of the 1st Solana Hacker House SG, holder of Solana Monkey Business #1297 and early Bitcoin ordinals holder of PixelPepes #1147.

    Candice Zin Ni Chua

    Candice’s first two years with UOB started with service roles at the Marina Bay Financial Centre and Main branches of the bank. She subsequently moved on to the Self-Serving Banking department and the FinTech and Innovation department (Strategy and Projects), before moving on to her current role as the youngest west region branch manager in UOB (Clementi Branch). To date, Candice has donned UOB colours for 12 years.

    During her tenure, Candice was also UOB’s Committee Lead for 3 consecutive years for the Singapore FinTech Festival. Her background in theatre arts and filmmaking, coupled with her friendliness, relatability and passion for people and innovation, were fundamental in her managing the Hangout@UOB learning lab, a space where students can co-create and engage with the UOB staff, a space where both parties can learn and understand each other better.

    Luke B

    Luke B’s passion for photography started at a young age. Upon completing his Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering course at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, he chose to be an apprentice with prominent local photographers for many years before embarking on his career as a professional photographer. His works has been collected in Kiyosato Museum in Photographics Arts in Japan. He was an active committee member in Professional Photographers Association of Singapore, leading the outreach and education team.

    In his role as adjunct lecturer with Singapore Polytechnic 10 years ago, Luke found his calling in teaching and mentoring. He now holds a full time lecturer position in the Media, Arts & Design School (SP), sharing his passion for photography, video content creation and mentoring the young people in creative entrepreneurship.

    With close to 7 years of teaching in the field of design, entrepreneurship, photography and video production. He has inspired and groomed many youth winning the Crowbar Awards and other accolades with some successfully created their startup in the creative industry.

    Janet Young

    Ms Young leads the Channels and Digitalisation teams to build customer engagement and connectivity across online and physical channels in key Asia markets to support all customer segments across the Group.  Working with business and technology partners internally, and Fintechs and ecosystem partners externally, Ms Young champions innovation to create digital solutions and collaborative business models that benefit the bank and the bank’s customers.

    She also leads the Brand management, Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility teams across the group to achieve UOB’s brand vision, supported by impactful communication with all stakeholder groups and strong community relationships.

    Ms Young is a Board Member of the Singapore National Council of Social Service (NCSS), National Environmental Agency (NEA), InnoVen Capital (a venture debt JV between UOB and Temasek Holdings), The FinLab and Accuron Technologies. She also serves Advisory Councils of Nanyang Business School, NTU Singapore and Elevandi.

    Ms Young has more than 25 years of banking and corporate experience. Prior to joining UOB, she held senior roles at global banks and European MNC.

    Felix Tan

    With almost 30 years of business and entrepreneurial experience, Felix is The FinLab’s “Mentor-in-Residence” after having helmed it from November 2015 to July 2020 as its Managing Director.

    He is also an Independent Director on 2 listed companies – Y Ventures Group in Singapore, and Eggriculture Foods Ltd in Hong Kong.

    Kevin Lim

    Working at National Gallery Singapore for the past decade, Kevin Lim has evolved through diverse roles in Visitor Experience, to Corporate Planning, to Innovation at the Gallery.

    The Innovation & Technology group is aimed at developing new ways for visitors to experience the Gallery:

    1. Y-Lab looks at proof of problem, and scans the horizon for startups to collaborate with
    2. Co:Lab X looks at proof of market, through viable in-house innovations
    3. DevOps look at proof of scale, by growing technology solutions resiliently and sustainably

    Kevin Lim graduated with a doctorate in Communication theory from the State University at Buffalo, New York and his work has revolved around the reflexive architecture of society and online social networks.

    Kuo Jian Hong

    Artistic Director of The Theatre Practice (Practice), award-winning theatre director, lighting and set designer, and independent film-maker, Kuo has always taken on multi-faceted creative roles within the arts. Her extensive career spans over three decades, making her one of the key contributors to the development of the Singapore arts scene.

    Mr Goh Beng Kwan

    Goh Beng Kwan, who turns 86 this year, is a pioneer Singapore modern artist known for his distinctive approach to abstraction and collage. He studied under Singaporean pioneer artists Chen Wen Hsi and Cheong Soo Pieng before moving to the US, where he studied at the Arts Students League of New York City. During his time in NYC, Goh was awarded multiple art scholarships, as well as mentorship from acclaimed painter Sidney Gross and Leo Manso. For over half a century, Goh has been an influential artist in Singapore – contributing significantly to the development of local contemporary art. He was awarded first prize at the inaugural UOB Painting of the Year Competition in 1982 and received the Cultural Medallion for Visual Arts in 1989. His work has been featured in over 120 exhibitions across Asia, Europe and the United States, and is in private collections locally and throughout Asia.

    Hazeleen Goh

    Hazeleen Goh is the youngest daughter of Singaporean artist Mr. Goh Beng Kwan. ArtAF (also known as Art Affairs) is a homage to her father’s legacy and a dedication to her family. Hazeleen’s childhood was often spent gazing at her father at work as he created paintings and collages out of what she thought was a mess of smelly paints and hanging out at art galleries with him and his artist friends. Her gratitude and love for her parents, and deep respect for her father’s work today is a result of those childhood memories. Hazeleen’s personal mission is keeping Singapore’s history of art alive by honouring the work created by her father and his peers and connecting them with younger generation of collectors and emerging artists.

    Ning Chong

    Ms Ning Chong has more than fifteen years of experience working in the professional art world. She received a BSc in Economics and Economic History from the London School of Economics, and a Masters in Modern and Contemporary Art from Christie’s Education in London.

    In 2017, Ms Chong co-founded The Culture Story with her father Mr Chong, with a vision to create a boutique art consultancy that delivers exciting programmes centred around art. She is also a patron of the National Gallery Singapore and Singapore Art Museum.


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    Pantas provides a customised end-to-end solution to help companies calculate, manage and disclose their carbon emissions as well as access climate-themed investments and financing. The proprietary AI-enabled software assists companies in collecting and analysing data, setting relevant science-based targets and disclosing GHG emissions based on international standards.

    KrossLinker Aerogel

    KrossLinker Aerogels is a deep-tech advanced material company that designs and develops advanced energy-efficient material, ‘aerogel’ for thermal insulation applications. Their aerogels are used for thermal applications / cold-chains. is a climate-Tech company with the sole objective to accelerate climate action by leveraging the power of technology – carbon calculator, trees and carbon monitoring, carbon exchange. While other platforms provide segmented solutions (i.e. carbon accounting software and a marketplace on its own), Jejakin provides a holistic solution for actionable insights.


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    Co2 Connect is a Carbon Management and Reporting platform. Its unique value proposition is generating reports and offering insights on carbon footprint using existing data, without additional installation of devices.


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