Official Announcement for DDU Partnership with ESG

DayDayUp

DayDayUp was invited to attend and host the China Investment Forum during Singapore Week of Innovation & Technology (SWITCH), hosted by Enterprise Singapore (ESG) which commenced on November 11th.

On November 13th, under the witness of Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Heng Swee Keat, Enterprise Singapore (ESG) announced the partnership with DayDayUp as their GIA partner in Beijing. This is to help Singapore companies expand into the Chinese market and for Chinese companies to come into Singapore!

This is the first year that SWITCH and the 4th Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) are held in collaboration, referred to as “SFF x SWITCH”.

The event lasted for 5 days and the various meetings were held in the first three days. It is reported that the event attracted more than 60,000 participants from more than 130 countries, 41 international exhibition teams and nearly 1,000 companies that participated in the exhibition, bringing together policy makers from various regulatory agencies, leading figures in financial technology, experts and scholars from all walks of life. Among them, 450 speakers focused their discussions on five key areas, including urban solutions and sustainability, health and biomedical, advanced manufacturing and engineering, and digital services, promoting cross-industry communication and changes brought about by technology and applications and solutions for commercialization.

Signing Ceremony

On November 13th, under the witness of Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Heng Swee Keat, Enterprise Singapore (ESG) announced the partnership with DayDayUp Tech Accelerator. Both parties will jointly help Singapore companies to expand into the Chinese market and Chinese companies to go into Singapore. In the coming year, DayDayUp Tech Accelerator will run a GIA Acceleration Programme for up to 20 Singapore startups and SMEs over one year, to help them access the Chinese market. It will involve three days of preparation in Singapore followed by eight days in Beijing, including a demo day to showcase their solutions.
From left: Bo Yiqun / Founder & CEO / DayDayUp Tech Accelerator; Joe Wu / Founding Partner / MFund; Jonathan Zhong/ Founding Partner / ATM Capital; Edward Long Wei / DianPing Co-founder / Light-Up Capital Founding Partner
Signing Ceremony
Signing Ceremony

Instead of letting the speakers deliver speeches like previous years, this year’s Fintech Festival mainly uses roundtable forum format to discuss how to use financial technology innovation to build a sustainable financial ecosystem and make predictions about financial technology in the future.

“SFF x SWITCH” is the largest event in the global fintech community, providing a platform for connectivity, collaboration and co-creation. As an official partner, DayDayUp made our debut and brought three top Chinese investors to spread Chinese innovation to the world at the China Investment Forum.

From left: Bo Yiqun / Founder & CEO / DayDayUp Tech Accelerator; Joe Wu / Founding Partner / MFund; Jonathan Zhong/ Founding Partner / ATM Capital; Edward Long Wei / DianPing Co-founder / Light-Up Capital Founding Partner

As innovation is borderless, it is expected that the cooperation between both parties is bound to spark interesting ideas and inject new strength into China’s entrepreneurial innovation. DayDayUp will also remain open to strengthen international cooperation and actively connect with the world.

Singapore is the gateway to the Southeast Asian market.

DayDayUp has already landed in Singapore and will create a service platform for innovative connections between Southeast Asia and China!

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