Within the framework of the business trip to Vietnam, in the morning of October 27, Enterprise Singapore’s delegation had a meeting with the leaders of EQuest Education Group about the cooperation on digital transformation and the K-12 Program.
Representatives of EQuest Education Group participate in the meeting include Mr. David Armstrong (Jr.) – Vice President; Ms. Tran Thi Thu Thuy – Director, Government Affairs, PR & Communications; Ms. Nguyen Thi Binh – Member of the Board of Directors of K-12 Division, Chairwoman of St. Nicholas School, Ms. Nguyen Tran Nhu Hoa – Marketing Director, Edtech Division.
Enterprise Singapore delegation has 30 members, led by Mr. Patrick Lim – Director of Leisure, Hospitality & Education, with 17 Singaporean enterprises working in the education field such as Crestar Education Group, EtonHouse International Holdings, By The Park Preschool, Josiah Montessori, Acts of Life, Flying Cape Technologies, Gateway+, The Global Citizen…
In the meeting, two sides have shared experiences and exchanged potential cooperation opportunities between Singaporean and EQuest businesses in the fields of:
- School operation management;
- Train and supply foreign English teachers;
- Provide training programs & curriculum: science, soft skills, STEAM, pre-primary…;
- Applying technology solutions and digital transformation in schools..
On behalf of EQuest, Vice President Mr. David Armstrong (Jr.) welcomes the delegation and hopes that we would have new and effective steps in education and training collaboration.
On behalf of the Enterprise Singapore delegation, Mr. Patrick Lim expresses his gratitude to EQuest Education Group for the warm and thoughtful welcome. Mr. Patrick Lim emphasizes that this visit is an important event, paving the way for cooperation between EQuest and Singapore educational institutions in future.
*** Enterprise Singapore is a Government agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore, responsible for supporting Singapore businesses – from start-ups, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to large Singaporean corporations in capacity development, technology enhancement and innovation, market development, and investment expansion abroad.
Enterprise Singapore is headquartered in Singapore, with 37 representative offices globally, including 2 offices in Vietnam: Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Some pictures of the meeting: