The Digital Innovation & Fintech Certificate is a 4-day Business Trip in Singapore, designed around the FinTech industry and based in one of the strongest innovation ecosystems in the world.
The tailor-made program combines immersive cultural learning, professional development , and lifelong connections.
Head off to Singapore and discover its cutting-edge FinTech industry, innovative businesses, economic practices, breathtaking sights, and rich culture.
4 days, 3 company visits and 4 keynotes
The program takes place in Singapore
The program is entirely taught in English
Flexible payment options
Singapore is a magnet for visionaries and businesses looking for an innovation hub in the Asia Pacific. Global companies and investors looking to ride on the region’s dynamism would do well to consider using Singapore as a springboard to the rest of Asia and beyond. Singapore has positioned itself as a center of innovation and research & development at the heart of the world’s most dynamic economic region.
The Singapore Business Trip ticks off the country’s innovation and fintech milestones but we also go further and explore what makes Singapore truly unique. With us, you will enjoy an authentic experience and gain an appreciation of Singapore’s culture, technology, architecture, history, geography, economy and much more.
Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate to add to your CV and LinkedIn profile.
€ 3550 (VAT incl.) per participant. Flexible payment options are available.
Included in the program fee:
International airfare is not included in the program fee. You are welcome to book your air transportation through your local travel agent, an online travel site, or the airline of your choice.
Your company can benefit from financial aid from the Luxembourgish state for the training of its employees, as the Luxembourg School of Business is accredited by the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and Research. Learn more here.
Any taxpayer with net income from a salaried occupation may deduct the cost of professional development as business expenses (frais d’obtention) from his taxable income from the salaried occupation. Learn more here.