SNIC Day 1, 20 October 2021
The urgency of this year’s theme for SNIC – sustainability and innovation – is unquestionable:
The Secretary General of the United Nations labelled the IPCC-report from August this year ‘code red for humanity’. Consequently, we have only a small window of opportunity to avoid global warming beyond 1,5 degrees.
However, at SNIC2021, we will flip the coin and explore how the drive for sustainability and innovation offers new business opportunities within maritime sector, sustainable cities as well as the circular economy.
In other words, how we can turn code red for humanity into code green for business.
You can engage directly with leading global actors, companies and people at the forefront of the smart, green shift. We will focus on:
* How the global climate challenge creates business opportunities
* Business openings stemming from the massive shift to green finance.
* Business opportunities rising within the maritime sector and sustainable cities
Engage directly with our experts
Sharanjit Leyl is our master and of ceremony and the moderator of all the segments of the conference.
She is an experienced international news journalist with background from BBC. She will conduct the below programme as a combination of keynote-speeches, fireside chats and panel discussion.
Sharanjit is well known for her ability to engage both a physical and a remote audience. So, we invite you to take active part in discovering the business opportunities within the maritime sector and sustainable cities. That is either you are with us in Suntec or you are participating remote.
You are warmly welcome at Suntec Convention Centre 20. October 2 PM-6 PM, sign up today. If you are not able to join physically, please sign up to participate in the conference online.
A big thanks to our supporting partners Maritime and Port Authority Singapore and Enterprise Singapore, our gold sponsors DNB, Wikborg Rein, our Silver sponsors DNV, Telenor and Cyviz, and our bronze sponsors Simonsen Vogt Wiig, Thome Group and Flokk.
Together we will discover new business opportunities within maritime sector and sustainable cities!
SNIC Day 2, 21 October 2021
Innovation Norway, in partnership with NBAS and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Singapore, is progressing with two parallel virtual “deep dive” webinars on Oct. 21st to connect Norwegian and Singapore stakeholders for cooperation in Maritime Digitalisation and Decarbonisation and Circular Economy – Plastic & Food Waste Management.
Singapore Maritime Digitalisation and Decarbonisation explores the drive of the maritime industry of Singapore towards digitalisation and decarbonisation. Specific topics covered will be satellite communication, 5G network communication as well as drone communication and application as well as solutions for bunkering for new fuel and initiatives for decarbonisation by the shipping industry.
The list of organizations speaking at the Singapore Maritime Digitalisation and Decarbonisation webinar includes Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonization, MPA, A*STAR, Norway Coastal Administration, Space Norway, Wilhelmsen, Yara International, Yinson Shipping and NCE Maritime Cleantech cluster amongst others.
Circular Economy – Plastic & Food Management will explore the trend of clean recycling economy via Deposit Return Scheme (DRS), sharing and discussing of best practices and use cases from Norway and whether this is a solution for Singapore as well as urban strategies for food waster including food waste valorisation and applications, automation of food waste treatment and circular approach.
The list of organizations speaking at the Circular Economy – Plastic & Food Management webinar includes Plastic Recycling Association Singapore (PRAS), Tomra Sorting & Collection Solutions, Alliance to End Plastic Waste, Norwegian Biogas and Fjell Technologies amongst others.
You are warmly welcome to join us online virtually on Thursday Oct. 21st from 2 PM – 6.30PM (08.00 AM – 12.30 PM Norway time) and hear the potential business and partnership opportunities from a line-up of speakers from leading companies, solution providers, regulators and government agencies in Singapore and Norway.
A big thanks to our supporting partners, Maritime and Port Authority Singapore and Enterprise Singapore.
Together we will deep dive into exciting industry developments within maritime sector and circular economy!