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Singapore Media Festival 2015 Returns with a Stronger Line-up for Global Media Players and the Public

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-Following last year’s success, the Festival continues to be a key connector that brings together global media players in Asia and beyond

HONG KONG and SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — The second edition of the Singapore Media Festival (SMF) will run from 26 November to 6 December 2015, with a stronger line-up of events featuring a new constituent event “Digital Matters”. More than 17,000 are expected to attend the SMF, including members of the public and media professionals such as filmmakers, producers, programme buyers, digital content creators and celebrities.

SMF will bring together five constituent events this year: Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF), Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF), ScreenSingapore (SS), Asian Television Awards (ATA) as well as the latest addition to the festival — Branded Ltd.’s Digital Matters. These events firmly establish the SMF as a key connector for global media players in Asia and beyond.

At the media briefing this morning hosted by the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA), event partners and the Chairman of the SMF Advisory Board shared their vision and goals for the Festival.

New focus on digital content

The second edition of the SMF will have a stronger focus on digital content. Recognising that digital content is the way forward to reach out to a global audience, SMF has included Branded Ltd.’s Digital Matters as one of its new constituent events. With a combined reach of almost 10 million subscribers, YouTube stars Alfie Deyes and Marcus Butler will be heading the cast at Digital Matters. They will be joined by leaders in the online entertainment and brand marketing space including: Bing Chen, Chief Creative Officer from Victorious; Josh Black, Chief Executive Officer of GroupM Entertainment; and Susana Tsui, Chief Executive Officer of PHD Asia Pacific.

For SGIFF, the Festival will launch a new The Future of Cinema forum series, focusing this year on digital distribution. The forum will explore how independent filmmakers now have increased access to new platforms that allow them to premiere their works and reach wider audiences. Director of Audience Development and Content Operations at Vimeo, Peter Gerard (USA), heads the panel of speakers, along with filmmakers James Lee(Malaysia), Christian Lee and Jason Chan (Singapore). The forum is moderated by Singapore filmmaker and SGIFF Board Member Tan Pin Pin.

ATF’s pre-market conference will also be helmed by notable business leaders who will shed valuable insights on the Asian content industry including digital content trends and evolving business models in content creation and consumption.

Greater opportunities for investment into the region

This year, the SMF will open up more avenues for strategic partnerships, creative collaborations and investment opportunities into the region. ATF will host several TV masterclasses for producers, including sessions by Melodie L. Shaw, from the Writers Guild of America, and Dave Winnan, Executive Producer, International Formats from ITV Studios. Those in the film business will also benefit from ScreenSingapore’s new partnership with the Southeast Asian Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA) to run the Southeast Asian Film Financing Project Market, where 10 in-development fiction and non-fiction feature film projects will partake in the project market. They will be matched with commissioner, investors and co-production partners to bring their project to fruition.

Robert Gilby, Chairman of the SMF Advisory Board and Managing Director of the Walt Disney Company (SEA) said, “Our stronger focus on digital content at this year’s SMF promotes greater collaboration and partnership across the Film, TV and digital sectors — a key differentiator from other traditional film and TV events.” He added, “The new elements at this year’s SMF will also strengthen investment opportunities for media players, establishing SMF’s valued position as a key connector and platform for global media players venturing into Asia, and for Asian media professionals going global.”

Celebrating and showcasing the best of regional talent and beyond

The SMF will continue to showcase quality works from Singapore and the region on an international stage. The SGIFF will pay tribute to acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf with an Honorary Award, and a special retrospective of five of his works.  Makhmalbaf’s films have featured regularly in the Festival over the years, each reflecting his unyielding perseverance and conviction to convey the stories of Iran and its people through film. In recognising his lifelong dedication and contribution to cinema, the Festival hopes that Makhmalbaf’s efforts will inspire future filmmakers in Singapore and the region to continue telling the Asian story in profound ways.

The spirit of celebrating the best talent and content from the region also remains a key element of SMF. The ATA will unveil a series of “Firsts” for the prestigious awards. For the first time, ATA will be broadcasted “live”, expanding the reach of the awards to more than 80 million households across Asia. The ATA will also award the achievement award this year to Mr. Liu Changle, founder, Chairman and CEO of Phoenix Satellite Television, to honour and celebrate his contributions. Under his charge, the group has gone on to own six Satellite TV Channels and merged many business fronts, including new media, outdoor LED, weekly magazine, publishing, radio broadcasting and education, covering over 180 countries and regions. Mr. Liu is also the Chairman of the iEMMYs Festival, which is run by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and recipient of numerous titles including “Top 10 Most Innovative Media Entrepreneurs in Mainland China”, “Leader of Global Mandarin TV Program Providers” and “Outstanding Figure in Media Branding”.

SMF offers exciting line-up for the public

The public can expect to see an exciting showcase of the best talent and content from Singapore and the region at the SGIFF and ATA. As part of the SGIFF’s key role in the discovery of independent cinema, members of the public can look forward to a quality line-up of screenings. The international premiere of Taiwanese indigenous film, Panay, is set to open the Festival on 26 November, while two iconic films of Singapore cinema — Eric Khoo’s Mee Pok Manand Yonfan’s Bugis Street Redux — have been included as part of the Classics segment, both marking their 20thanniversaries this year with special cast reunions. ATA’s celebrity line-up will feature some of Asia’s most outstanding acts and individuals. The star-studded show will include performances from Indonesia’s very own gem Anggun, and see Allan Wu, Joey Mead King, Max Loong and Stephanie Carrington join as hosts for the evenings.

Digital Matters will showcase the future of online entertainment by mixing content industry professionals and leading social media influencers together with their followers in a conference setting. With an eye firmly on developing future talent, Digital Matters will also introduce a slew of teen-focussed creative workshops and meet-and-greet sessions with online stars.

“We achieved several milestones and successes in our inaugural year for the Singapore Media Festival, and we hope to continue building on these to make the festival a signature event not just for media professionals, but also everyone in Singapore,” said Angeline Poh, Assistant Chief Executive (Industry) of Singapore’s Media Development Authority. “The public can look forward to a host of exciting events and screenings, which makes the SMF a great platform for film buffs and digital media fans to appreciate regional content and meet local and regional talent,” she added.

For its inaugural year, more than 15,000 people took part in the SMF. Its constituent events also celebrated success, with ATF and SS welcoming 4,800 attendees, 1,300 exhibitors and registering SGD 355.1 million in sales deals — while the Singapore International Film Festival returned with an impressive line-up of 147 films from 50 countries.

More information on SMF can be found at:

About Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA)
The Media Development Authority of Singapore ( promotes the growth of globally competitive film, television, radio, publishing, games, animation and interactive digital media industries. It also regulates the media sector to safeguard the interests of consumers, and promotes a connected society. MDA is a statutory board under the Ministry of Communications and Information (

About Singapore Media Festival (SMF)
The Singapore Media Festival, hosted by Media Development Authority is set to become one of Asiaʼs leading international media events, where the industry meets to discover the latest trends, talents and contents in Asia for Film and TV. It brings together established media events — Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF), Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF) and ScreenSingapore (SS), Asian Television Awards (ATA) and Digital Matters, which will take place from 26 November to 6 December 2015. For more information about the Singapore Media Festival, please visit 

Media Contacts

Yvette Lim


Direct Line: +65 6424 6959

HP: +65 9451 8478


Priscilla Gan

Executive, Industry Communications


Media Development Authority

Tel: +65 8322 0337


Natalie Ahl


Direct Line: +65 6424 6381

HP: +65 8338 2892


Joannah Zhong

Executive, Industry Communications


Media Development Authority

Tel: +65 9728 9956


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Quotes from SMF partners

Cindy Ng, Managing Director of Asian Television Awards, is pleased that ATA will be collaborating again with Singapore Media Festival, “We are glad to be part of a creative group that unites and endorses creative professionals in the region. This collaboration recognises every spectrum of media that empowers our screens today. This includes quality films screened by SGIFF and ScreenSingapore; a marketplace to produce, distribute and exchange ideas presented by ATF and Branded’s Digital Matters and last but not least, a platform by ATA to celebrate and honour the very best in Asian television. As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, ATA continues to recognise excellence in programming, production and performance, and received well over 1,400 entries from across 16 countries this year. This year, with our first ever LIVE broadcast, we strive to bring the show to over 80 million households in the region. This will not only promote Singapore’s efforts in recognising each territory’s home-grown talent, but also spread to unite Asia-Pacific to collectively witness the Awards from the comfort of their homes.”

Yeow Hui Leng, Senior Project Director of Reed Exhibitions Singapore said, “Reed Exhibitions is thrilled to once again bring the Asia Television Forum (ATF) and ScreenSingapore to content buyers, distributors and industry players within the region. In conjunction with the Singapore Media Festival (SMF), the ATF and ScreenSingapore continue to remain the premier content conference and market for television and film in Asia. Participants can look forward to engaging in intensive workshops and knowledge transfer as they learn insights from the industry’s thought leaders through the conference, while the market promises endless possibilities for partnerships and content deals.”

Jasper Donat, Chief Executive Officer of Branded Ltd. said, “If you want to understand the future, ask a teenager! I am delighted that we can showcase a whole new world of online entertainment through the lens of the fans themselves. Through our best in class industry conference and our fan focused creative workshops for teens, Digital Matters hopes to add unique insights and collaboration opportunities to the already impressive line-up of events during the Singapore Media Festival.”

Mike Wiluan, Chairman of Singapore International Film Festival said, “The Singapore International Film Festival aims to be a catalyst in the development of our film and media industry, nurturing and bringing together a rich mix of established and emerging talents. By paying tribute to acclaimed Iranian filmmaker, Mohsen Makhmalbaf — a man who has used cinema profoundly as a tool to create change and convey hope — we also hope to expand conversations and perspectives on filmmaking, and inspire future generations of filmmakers to continue telling the Asian story.”

Source: Branded Ltd.

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November 3, 2015 at 6:57 pm

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Catch the Season with Carlson Rezidor

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-Save 25% off Bed + Breakfast and enjoy Double Elite Qualifying Nights until the end of the year

SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, one of the world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups, is offering all travelers 25% off Best Available Rates with the Catch the Season promotion, while also rewarding Club CarlsonSM loyalty program members with Double Elite Qualifying Nights for stays between November 2, 2015, and the end of this year. The Catch the Season booking period is from November 2, 2015, to January 31, 2016 and the promotion is applicable for participating Carlson Rezidor hotels across Asia Pacific. Stays have to be completed between November 2, 2015, and February 29, 2016.

“This is a great opportunity for business travelers to put themselves on the fast track to Club Carlson Elite status,” said Sandy Russell, vice president, Commercial Operations, Asia Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. “WithCatch the Season, we have made it more rewarding than ever to choose Carlson Rezidor hotels. It’s our way of thanking our loyal guests for their continued support and making their hectic travel schedules work harder for them.”

Catch the Season bookings can be made on, as well as all the brand websites and also directly with the hotels. Participating hotels include Radisson Blu®, Radisson®, Park Plaza®, Park Inn® by Radisson and Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM hotels across Asia Pacific.

On top of the Catch the Season perks, Club Carlson members will also enjoy discounts on food and beverage purchases and earn points on food and beverages charged to the room. To join Club Carlson, please

About Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group is one of the world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups and includes more than 1,370 hotels in operation and under development with 220,000 rooms and a footprint spanning 110 countries and territories. The Carlson Rezidor portfolio includes a powerful set of global brands: Quorvus Collection, Radisson Blu®, Radisson®, Radisson RED, Park Plaza®, Park Inn® by Radisson and Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM. In most hotels, guests can benefit from Club CarlsonSM, one of the 2015  2016 “Top Three Hotel Rewards Programs” as recently ranked by U.S. News and World Report. Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and its brands employ 85,000 people worldwide and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., and Brussels, Belgium. For more information, visit and follow on Twitter @carlsonrezidor.

Contact Details

Tracy Lui
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

Ben Gardeen
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group
+1-763-212-1418 or +1-763-212-8129

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November 3, 2015 at 4:22 pm

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Extra Space Asia Partners with LYS Energy to Go Green

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-Extra Space to be the first self-storage company in Singapore to partially rely on solar energy for its electricity consumption

SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — Extra Space Asia, a leading self-storage provider headquartered inSingapore and with operations in five Asian countries, today announced its partnership with LYS Energy, aSingapore-based Independent Power Producer (IPP), on an initiative to rely on solar energy for a portion of the company’s electricity consumption in two of their seven storage facilities in Singapore. This alliance makes Extra Space the first self-storage company in Singapore to use solar energy for some of its energy needs – via the installation of solar panel systems on the roofs of its Kallang Way and Boon Keng facilities.

“As the discussions around sustainable energy come to the forefront in Singapore, it’s necessary for business leaders to incorporate ‘green’ strategies and move towards business models that prioritise sustainability,” saidKenneth Worsdale, CEO at Extra Space Asia. “We’re pleased to be working with LYS Energy on our solar panel initiatives for two of our facilities, and reduce our carbon footprint. We hope to be a part of Singapore’s push for a more sustainable future.”

The Kallang Way and Boon Keng storage facilities are fully outfitted with solar panels and are expected to be fully operational from this month. Once operational, the solar panel system is expected to deliver an estimated 169MWh of clean energy annually, covering upwards of 10 percent of electricity consumption for the Boon Keng storage facility, and 15 percent of the Kallang Way facility. This is roughly equivalent to the amount of energy required to power 43 homes for one year. Both solar systems will offset 73 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, which is equivalent to nine cars being taken off the road for one year, or planting an additional 3,000 trees.

“We are very pleased to support Extra Space in their efforts to make their business more environmentally friendly,” said Lionel Steinitz, Chief Executive Officer at LYS Energy. “As the first self-storage company in the country to utilise solar energy, Extra Space demonstrates that solar power can reduce pollution as well as operational costs. Our financing options empower businesses like Extra Space to go solar with no upfront capital investment and enjoy utility cost-savings over the long term.”

Speaking on the project, Kavita Gandhi, Executive Director at the Sustainable Energy Association of Singaporesaid, “We would like to congratulate Extra Space and our member, LYS Energy, on this partnership. Initiatives like this will encourage more companies to embark on solar projects and benefit from new business models.”

The initial project, which commenced in July 2015, is expected to be the first of further solar panel projects for Extra Space Asia. According to the Energy Market Authority (EMA), the use of solar power as an energy source inSingapore now contributes more to Singapore’s fuel mix than in previous years, and is expected to increase over the next five years.

About Extra Space Asia:

Extra Space Asia is Asia’s leading self-storage provider offering self-storage facilities and services to individuals, families, and businesses in densely populated Asian cities facing space constraints. Extra Space Asia operates 26 facilities across Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, encompassing over 1.3 million square feet of space. For more information, visit Extra Space Asia at

About LYS Energy:

LYS Energy is a Singapore-based Solar Independent Power Producer (IPP) that builds, owns and operates Solar PV Systems for Commercial, Industrial and Public sites in the Asia Pacific region.

LYS Energy offers the full range of solar services to install solar PV systems on the unused rooftops and site spaces of our customers, without little or no upfront cost to them. Through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), our customers purchase the solar generated electricity at tariffs lower than the prevailing utility tariff. Without expending any resources, our customers can benefit from lower and more predictable utility costs, and enjoy stronger sustainability branding.

LYS Energy has contracted over 5MWp of solar PV projects in Singapore, and a pipeline of distributed capacity of over 75MWp.

Source: Extra Space Asia

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November 3, 2015 at 3:55 pm

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Enjoy Up to 30% Savings When You Fly with Qatar Airways

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-Value-for-money fares on both Economy and Business Class start from 15.200.000 VND and 47.400.000 VND respectively

HANOI, Vietnam /PRNewswire/ — Fly with Qatar Airways and be spoilt for choice as you choose between attractively priced fares to major cities acrossEurope including London, Paris, Frankfurt, Madrid, Manchester, Milan and more.

Promotional fares are now available for sale until November 6, 2015 for passengers travelling in both Economy and Business Class from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City. Wherever their next destination might be, passengers can be assured of the same signature five-star service and luxury that Qatar Airways is renowned for. The travel period for the promotion is from January 15 to June 30, 2016.

“We are committed to providing our customers with attractive promotions that will enable them to travel in five-star style with Qatar Airways,” said Terence Yu, Country Manager of Qatar Airways Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos. “The routes on offer are some of the most popular business and holiday destinations for our Vietnam-based customers and we hope many will take advantage of this timely opportunity.”

Besides enjoying Qatar Airways’ in-flight hospitality and services, Hamad International Airport, home of Qatar Airways, also provides passengers in transit with an enormous variety of interesting superb facilities and experiences. Transit passengers can choose to indulge in spa treatments, an unrivalled shopping experience, or various culinary delights which have been carefully selected to provide a world of luxury and comfort. Meanwhile, passengers who have more time to spend at the airport can rest at the 100-room contemporary airside hotel, enjoy the top-of-the-line wellness facility or stop by for a game of squash, use the gym, or enjoy the 25 metre-long swimming pool.

About Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways, the national carrier of the State of Qatar, is one of the fastest growing airlines operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. Now in its 18th year of operations, Qatar Airways has a modern fleet of 168 aircraftflying to 152 key business and leisure destinations across six continents.

Qatar Airways won Airline of the Year, Best Business Class Airline Seat and Best Airline in the Middle East at the 2015 Skytrax Awards. This is the third time the airline won the accolade of Airline of the Year.

Qatar Airways is a member of the oneworld global alliance. The award-winning alliance was named the World’s Best Airline Alliance 2015 by Skytrax for the third year running. Qatar Airways was the first Gulf carrier to join global airline alliance, oneworld, enabling its passengers to benefit from more than 1,000 airports in more than 150 countries, with 14,250 daily departures.

Qatar Airways recently launched Oryx One, an enhanced interface for its inflight entertainment system, increasing the number of movies and TV shows on board from 950 to up to 2,000.

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November 3, 2015 at 3:43 pm

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Spearheading Construction Productivity through Transformative Technologies and Materials at BuildTech Asia 2015

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-Breakthrough technologies, new initiatives and high-tech materials among highlights at this year’s show

SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — BuildTech Asia 2015, the region’s leading trade show for the built environment, concluded after an immersive three-day showcase that explored the latest game-changing smart construction technologies and building materials from across the region. Organised by Sphere Exhibits and hosted by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA), the annual trade show was held on 13-15 October, in conjunction with Singapore Construction Productivity Week (SCPW).

At the opening ceremony of SCPW, BCA announced SGD$2.6 million funding for research programmes to drive Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) across the sector and additional funding for Virtual Design and Construction (VDC). In line with this push towards technology adoption and Asia’s growing demand for building and construction technology, BuildTech Asia 2015 displayed a myriad of technologies and materials to help industry stakeholders from across the value chain maintain their competitive edge through higher productivity.

Over 5,200 visitors from across the region were treated to an impressive array of advanced construction technologies and smart materials, brought to life through live demonstrations, product displays and workshops by close to 150 exhibiting brands. An international turnout of exhibitors, trade associations and business delegations from over 13 countries and regions including Austria, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan,Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Thailand, Turkey and Vietnam, visited BuildTech Asia 2015.

Mr. Chua Wee Phong, Chairman of Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd, said: “We are pleased that the fifth edition of BuildTech Asia continues to see strong interest and support from exhibitors and visitors from all over Asia and the world. This year, BuildTech Asia introduced key productivity-enhancing technologies and materials to the built environment sector, and we hope that the increasing uptake of these technologies will spur the construction industry towards greater productivity.”

Rolling out smart technologies and materials to the built environment sector

Several breakthrough technologies were introduced by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) to help Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the built environment sector enhance their productivity. One of these technologies is smart drones for safety management, introduced by Singapore-based drone developer Avetics. Drones reduce the need for workers to work at height and allow site surveys to be conducted in days compared to manual methods that take months.

The Foreign Construction Worker Directory System (FCWDS) was launched by Intercorp Solutions in partnership with Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL) and supported by the Ministry of Manpower and IDA. The FCWDS is an online platform that supports the retention of skilled workers in the built environment sector and allows firms to better source workers with relevant skill sets.

Other key exhibits were the Drywall Prefabricated Bathroom Units (DPBU) displayed by Singapore construction and interior firm Tong Hai Yong and Eastern Pretech, a pioneer of PBU in Singapore; a series of innovative boom lifts capable of operating within tight space constraints showcased by Spiderlift Asia; and Concrete Canvas, a flexible fabric that hardens to form a concrete layer when hydrated, showcased by the Scott Vickers Group. Snorkel had also launched ‘Snorkel Guard’, a secondary guarding device for machine operators, as part of their ongoing continuous improvement initiatives for operator safety.

Advanced materials such as glued laminated timber (glulam), exhibited by Woodsfield Engineered Wood Systems and CW Construction Australia, and cross laminated timber (CLT) were among the highlights of this year’s show. The Skilled Builders Project brought glulam and CLT live to the audience at BuildTech Asia, where visitors witnessed the construction of a mid-rise commercial building structural module on the show floor. The Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB), a statutory body responsible for the development of Malaysia’s timber industry, conducted an educational session on glulam, sharing knowledge with industry stakeholders, buyers and sellers on the benefits and sustainability of glulam and its applications in construction.

Mrs. Mahsuri Mat Dris, Senior Deputy Director, Technical Support & Timber Engineering, Industry Development Division from the MTIB, said: “We are happy to be a part of BuildTech Asia this year. With its move towards smart construction technology for the built environment sector and regional outreach, BuildTech Asia has proven to be a fantastic platform for us to introduce glulam made from Malaysian hardwood to a wider audience. We are heartened by the visitors’ interest in glulam and hope to be back next year to continue educating the industry on the advantages of using this innovative technology.”

Fostering and reinforcing relationships on a knowledge-based platform

Besides exploring the latest technologies and materials, delegates and exhibitors fostered new business relationships as well as commercial partnerships on the show floor. Various industry players announced new initiatives and partnerships aimed at elevating construction productivity in Singapore and the region:

  • FINALCAD announced a new partnership with leading construction and civil engineering contractor Woh Hup, marking its commitment to advancing the digital transition of the construction industry in Southeast Asia
  • Local construction and civil engineering company Tiong Seng signed an MOU with international firm PERI, the world’s largest formwork supplier, to build knowledge and skill-sets in advanced formwork technology
  • Another MOU was signed between Tiong Seng and international software engineering corporation Tekla to develop a BIM Competency Centre for the study and development of new workflows and innovative uses of the Tekla platform in construction

The inaugural Workplace Health & Safety Conference, themed ‘Zero in on Safety’, attracted close to 100 industry stakeholders who came together from across the region for informative sessions on the latest trends and developments in construction safety.

Allan Low, EHS Manager from Teambuild Engineering & Construction and part of a delegation of eight attendees, said: “The conference sessions were both educational and enriching. We gained insights on the use of smart technologies in construction such as the use of 3D and BIM technology for construction safety. These are extremely relevant for firms as the adoption of technology to boost productivity continues to gain popularity industry-wide.”

BuildTech Asia will return to the Singapore Expo in October 2016. Premium spaces are now available. Organisations which are keen to exhibit at BuildTech Asia 2016 are encouraged to reserve their spaces early.

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About BuildTech Asia 2015

Hosted by Building Construction Authority of Singapore (BCA), and held during the Singapore Construction Productivity Week (SCPW), BuildTech Asia 2015 is now into its 5th edition focuses on technologies that address the challenges of building and construction across different vertical industries. BuildTech Asia 2015 is 3-day trade event dedicated to make a difference to the future of the industry. For more information, please

About the Singapore Construction Productivity Week (SCPW)

Organised by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore (BCA), the Singapore Construction Productivity Week (SCPW) is an industry hallmark event for developers, architects, consultants, builders and suppliers to exchange ideas on construction productivity, as well as share the latest developments in new productive technologies, best practices and success stories. Held from 13 16 October 2015, key events this year include the BuildTech Asia Exhibition, Build Smart Conference, Skilled Builders Project, Productivity Race and Building Information Modelling (BIM) Competition. For more information, please visit

About Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd

A wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), Sphere Exhibits, which stands for “SPH Events, Roadshows and Exhibitions”, aims to be the leading events company catering to a diverse mix of trade and consumer clientele. Backed by a committed and experienced team of professionals and SPH’s comprehensive range of media platforms, Sphere Exhibits’ shows, events and exhibitions centre on unique concepts that attract local audiences and regional participants. Among the 20 Sphere Exhibits’ events are The IT Show, COMEX, Licence2Play, Asian Masters and Kidz Academy. Leveraging on its expertise in event conceptualisation, planning and execution.

About Singapore Press Holdings Ltd

Incorporated in 1984, main board-listed Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (SPH) is Asia’s leading media organisation, engaging minds and enriching lives across multiple languages and platforms. SPH has 19 titles licensed under the Newspaper Printing and Presses Act, of which nine are daily newspapers across four languages. On an average day, 3.05 million individuals or 76 per cent of people above 15 years old, read one of SPH’s news publications. Beyond print, SPH’s suite of digital products includes online editions of newspapers and magazines, as well as mobile applications. Our online products enjoy 360 million page views with 23 million unique browsers every month. Other new media initiatives include AsiaOne,, ST701, Stomp and SPH Razor. SPH has also ventured into book publishing, broadcasting, out-of-home advertising and properties. For more information, please

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November 3, 2015 at 11:59 am

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