Dear Members,

Our next Café Aeronautique will be held on 31 July 2014 on:

“Clearing confusions on grants and incentives for SMEs”

The speaker, Mr Wee Chin Chuan will introduce you to the various government grants and incentives available to help SMEs. You will learn about areas of businesses/activities that can qualify for these grants, how to go about applying for them and who you can approach for assistance.

You will also get the opportunity to discuss with Mr Wee on your needs and special requirements in a 1 to 1 clinic.

What You Will Learn at this Talk:

a)     What are the objectives of government grants and incentives?

b)     Common misconceptions on government grants and incentives?

c)     What areas of business/activities that your business can qualify for government grants or incentives?

d)     How do you go about applying for these grants and incentives?

e)     Where and who do I approach for assistance?

Event Details:

Venue: Air Transport Training College, Level 3, Auditorium
Date: 31 July 2014, Thursday
Time: 5.30 – 8.30pm


5:30pm Registration and light refreshments
6pm Dinner
7pm Talk on Clearing confusions on grants and incentives for SMEs
7:30 to 8.30pm Networking and dinner continues

Mr. Wee Chin Chuan has more than 15 years’ experience in business and project finance.  He has been providing consultancy services to private & public-listed companies in areas such as corporate strategy, restructuring, financing, cross-border mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Wee has led many financing and merger & acquisition transactions across several industries, including aerospace, oil and gas, engineering, hospitality & leisure, food & beverage, construction, healthcare & wellness, warehousing & logistics, education services, information technology and media & telecommunications.    Mr. Wee is one of SPRING Singapore’s panel of participating consultants.

He holds an MBA in International Finance from the Imperial College of London Business School.  He is also a certified Practising Management Consultant (PMC). He graduated with Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (First-Class Honours) from National University of Singapore.

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