Professor Annie Koh, Singapore Management University

Professor Annie Koh, Singapore Management University

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17 February 2021
Budget 2021 and Singapore's sustainable finance landscape
A key component of this year’s Singapore Budget was sustainability and building a green home for all. Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat stated that green finance will be an important enabler to support the sustainability story. Professor Annie Koh, Professor Emeritus of Finance (practice), Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University shares her thoughts on what this means for Singapore's business and finance landscape.

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5 October 2020
Mind Your Business: Digital transformation courses for Singapore SMEs for post-pandemic recovery
SMU's Business Families Institute and BEYOND Lab will be running two complementary courses on digital transformation to help Singapore SMEs during the current challenging times. 'The Great Reset' caters to senior business leaders of Singapore SMEs, and aims to work with them to digitalize and transform their businesses. In Mind Your Business, Howie Lim spoke to Professor Annie Koh, V3 Group Professor of Family Entrepreneurship, Professor of Finance, and SMU Vice President for Business Development to give us more details.

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26 May 2020
Reactions to Budget announcement
Professor Annie Koh, V3 Group Professor of Family Entrepreneurship and Vice President, Business Development, Singapore Management University and Kurt Wee, President ASME joins Howie Lim to break down the Fortitude Budget, which was recently announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Heng Swee Keat.

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6 August 2019
International Talent Solutions Map & International Skills Development Programme
Internationalisation is a key growth strategy for businesses, especially when faced with increased competition, digitalisation and a limited domestic market.  A key challenge to success is having the right human capital talent to help businesses go global. SMEs looking to enhance their businesses overseas but lack the skills and capabilities will soon be able to benefit from a new Internationalisation Talent (iTalent) Solutions Map and Internationalisation Skills (iSkills) Talent Development Programme. Both initiatives were launched at the end of July and Professor Annie Koh from SMU’s Business Families Institute and International Trading Institute joins us to tell us more. She is Academic Director and VP of Business Development and faculty with SMU.

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