In 2014, the Singapore Chapter was introduced by the fourth Council of International Council of Malaysian Scholars and Associates. They launched  the Singapore Chapter flagship event – Crisis & Communication, the following year and have since reinforced the presence of ICMS in the country.


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Conversations 2017

Event Details

Date: 26th August 2017
Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Maybank Tower, 2 Battery Road, Singapore 049907
Dress Code: Business Formal

Event Description

In collaboration with TalentCorp, Conversations linked prominent Malaysian companies with businesses and operations in Singapore, experts in international relations and the global market, career development professionals, together with Malaysian undergraduates based in Singapore. Centered on China’s world changing ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative, the distinguished speakers explored the exciting opportunities that OBOR presents.

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ICMS-GE Crisis & Communication 2016

Event Details

Date: 10th September 2016 (Saturday)
Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm
Venue: Paris and Tokyo Conference Rooms, Yusof Ishak House, The National University of Singapore (NUS)
Dress Code: Business Formal

Event Description

CnC: Terrorist bombing? Hostage situation? Natural disasters?

Participants had one hour to read and prepare for a scenario brief of a terrorist attack at a Mass Rail Transit (MRT) station. The event was graced by Mr Neri Caunte, Regional Security Director of the ASEAN East Global Growth & Operations division of General Electric and Mr Paul Low of the Centre for Future-ready Graduates at NUS who shared their knowledge about security and crisis management prior to the start of the case challenge.

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ICMS-GE Crisis & Communication 2015

On 17 October 2015 the ICMS Singapore chapter conducted the ICMS-GE Crisis & Communication (CnC), which was adapted from the ICMS UK CnC, at the National University of Singapore (NUS). As the pioneering ICMS Singapore flagship event, it was organised in collaboration with General Electric and the NUS Centre for Future-ready Graduates.

CnC comprised of an interactive workshop, which was followed by a pitching session. The workshop was conducted by Neri Legada Caunte, Regional Security Director at General Electric. Ryan Ang, a representative from the NUS Centre for Future-Ready Graduates, joined Neri as a judge for the pitching session. The top three winning teams were awarded cash prizes.

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