Deen GomezBy Deen Gomez|22 August 2023|In Business|0 Comments

How do you meet thousands of Businesses in a place without paying a single cent?

Businesses are paying for leads, ads and even attend a short networking session to get connections. Connections are never good. They waste your time, effort and some even money!
But Good Connections are hard to come. Its like going on a date. You keep on swiping left, until you finally swipe right. Well, this doesn’t end there. You still need to wait for the message to come.

and you asked yourself if this is worth it?

We are going to give you 3 ways for your business to get great connections.

This year’s leading business event for entrepreneurs, business owners and startups takes place at the Singapore Expo in Hall 2 on the 30th and 31st of August 2023. A hub for entrepreneurs, business owners, and startups to learn about business adaptation, innovation, and survival in the business world by finding and purchasing the products and services your business needs to succeed.

Featuring over 300 exhibitors and 250 seminars from industry leaders, the show is set to be the biggest and best yet. Here’s your chance to grab some FREE PASSES before the show. Follow us on social media for updates and announcements.

We are going to exhibit here, so just come and say hi!

2. Networking Events (EVENTBRITE)

Eventbrite is a good place to find many networking events near you. There are lots of it on-going on a monthly basis and some even weekly.

If you are just starting out, you can always go for the FREE ones, test your networking skills, get out of your own shadows. The difference between the free ones and the paid events are usually the quality of the event, host, people and the companies that participate.

IF you want to get the big fish, just pay for one networking session will ya? It wont kill you with sadness, it will reward you with experience.

3. Chamber of Commerce (List of Chambers)

Established in 1906, the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) is an internationally renowned business organisation and the apex body of the Chinese business community in Singapore. It is the founder of the biennial World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention and the World Chinese Business Network (, a global online business information portal. It plays a key and pro-active role in representing the interests of the local business community.

The Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SMCCI), was established in 1956 and is an independent non-profit organization. We play a proactive role in representing the interests of the local Malay/Muslim business community. In line with our mission to nurture a vibrant entrepreneurial culture amongst local enterprises, SMCCI serves as a platform to create invaluable opportunities for members through regular business missions, conferences, networking sessions and activities to bridge members and the business community to the local and overseas markets.

Together with our subsidiary, SME Centre @SMCCI, we advocate strengthening core competencies while increasing knowledge and enhancing internal capabilities to achieve growth and success for their businesses.A strategic partner of Enterprise Singapore, SME Centre @ SMCCI was established in 2006 as a one-stop centre for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs), offering a comprehensive range of advisory and business services including seminars, workshops, one-on-one complimentary business advisory, productivity assessments and more.