Startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will get the opportunity to work on wide-ranging challenge statements in Media, Retail, Consumer Tech, Fintech, Proptech and Agritech across Southeast Asia. 

This is with the launch of the inaugural Southeast Asia Open Innovation Challenge (SEA OIC) by Enterprise Singapore (ESG) earlier today at the Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology 2020 (SWITCH 2020). 

Tan Soon Kim, ESG’s Assistant Chief Executive Officer explained that as economies recover from the pandemic, it will be important for companies to adopt innovative solutions that enable them to operate more efficiently, or to strengthen offerings that cater to increased demand in emerging sectors like fintech and healthcare.

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