Witness the culmination of an initiative born in Taiwan but with the global market in mind: the Vision Program. Five startups from the program will showcase how the year-long learnings and mentoring have firmed up their products or services - all geared up for global expansion.

Here's a preview of the startups:

GoodLinker specializes in smart factory tools that help SMEs visualize production line data and embrace Industry 4.0. Its Cloud SCADA (Supervisory control and data acquisition) subscription service comes with a cloud dashboard and mobile app that can display real-time data, malfunction alerts, and history reports.

Turing Certs enables incorruptible, unified, and sustainable records tracking for the education industry through blockchain. Their technology lends itself to other blockchain use cases like smart contracts for real estate and food provenance and traceability for the agriculture sector.

Singular Wings is a wearable medical device startup that addresses multiple chronic health problems including obstructive sleep apnea.

DENTX makes dental X-ray taking a more comfortable experience using its innovative Dental X-ray holder combined with an AI-powered imaging recognition solution for film processing.

KiWi New Energy is a decentralized green energy platform that uses artificial intelligence to actively match local solar power stations and users.

Apart from these 5, we will also showcase 3 alumni startups who graduated from the program and have achieved significant milestones in their innovations:

Tensor Tech is a B2B satellite attitude control system and component supplier. They build spherical motors that can save 20% of a satellite's weight, volume, and power. They hope their technology can make their customers thrive and make space closer to humanity!

3drens aims to provide smart mobility solutions with their Vehicle Intelligence Platform. By collecting data from vehicles and getting useful information from them, they can help the mobility industries, such as logistics, vehicle rental companies, etc. to manage assets and optimize operations.

Dapp Pocket aims to solve the inconvenience of blockchain's decentralized features through their 2 products: Dapp Pocket, a blockchain wallet app, and DappKits, an app that provides handy tools for dapp creators to solve technical issues.
  • 1:00-1:10 Opening Remarks by STPI
  • 1:10-1:20 The Vision Program Overview
  • 1:20-1:35 Milestones & Wins: A Look at Selected Startups from the Previous Batches
  • 1:35-1:40 Introduction to Country Mentors & Other Stakeholders
  • 1:40-1:55 The Country Mentors: Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia
  • 1:55-2:20 Pitching of the 5 Startups from the 2020 Vision Program
  • 2:20-2:25 Closing Remarks from Thaddeus Koh, e27 Co-founder
  • 2:25-2:30 Final announcements & end of the program
Thaddeus Koh
Co-founder, e27
Thaddeus is the Co-founder of e27 and also the company's Chief Operations and Finance Director. He is also an NUS Overseas Colleges Silicon Valley alumni where he worked at the startup Cataphora, and received his minor in Technopreneurship at the Stanford Centre for Professional Development.
Marco Bardelli
Member of the Board & Senior Director, Nongsa Digital Park
Marco has been living and working in Asia for 25 years and has been always passionate about new tech and what is now known as the “Digital Economy”. Equipped with a robust Financial Industry background, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a deep working experience in Business Development and Government Relations, he joined Citramas Group in 2014 and only after a few months later started to work together with Mike Wiluan on the vision for what is today Nongsa Digital Park.

When he is not busy with “Digital”, he can be found cooking in the kitchen, riding a motorbike, on a golf course looking for another lost ball, jogging, and skiing (the latter unfortunately not possible in Nongsa Digital Park).
Gang Chern Sun
Senior Associate Director, NUS Enterprise
Gang Chern Sun heads the Incubation programmes at NUS Enterprise, supporting startups through their entrepreneurial journeys. He also heads BLOCK71 Singapore; an initiative by NUS Enterprise in collaborative and strategic partnerships with established corporates and government agencies. BLOCK71 (block71.co) forms part of a global network of innovation and entrepreneurial gateways to and from NUS, through providing programmes as a technology ecosystem builder and business connector with an objective to catalyse, aggregate, and develop competencies of the start-up community.
Ryan Chan
Head of Global Business Development, Global Growth Acceleration, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)
Ryan is a business and technology manager with expertise in the areas of sales, business development, web technology, and mobile technology. Well-experienced in consultative solution selling method, then translating technical information to business values to the appropriate audience, he bridges the gap between Internet technology and business like few others can. Proven to be able to build relationships, confidence level, and ability to deliver.
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