Upcoming Events


SAVE THE DATE: Skin In The Game - Elevator pitch event

Tuesday, 24 Oct, 2017 18:00 - 21:30
The American Club; 10 Claymore Hill Singapore 229573, Singapore 229573

Are you an ambitious entrepreneur with an inspiring idea or someone interested in investing in high quality startups? Join DUAL for an event on 24th October which will give you the chance to connect. If you are a start-up and looking for investment during a fast-paced event, email pennsing@gmail.com. You will be asked to prepare a 3 mins presentation (3 ppt slides) and respond to 2 mins of Q&A from the audience. Agenda: 6:00pm – 7:00pm: Registration and initial networking 7:00pm – 8:30pm: Elevator pitches and Q&A (10-15 min break included) 8:30pm – 8:45pm: Closing 8:45pm – 9:30pm: Networking

Contact: pennsing@gmail.com

Registration deadline for start-ups interested in participating is August 18

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King's Trend Talk – "Issues to look out for - Pre-election Malaysia"

Saturday, 04 Nov, 2017 18:00 - 20:00
The Penthouse, 391B Orchard Road #26-01, Ngee Ann City Tower B (TP Dental Surgeons Pte Ltd's Reception area)

Tracking Malaysia is like reading a thriller. One can never know what is the next surprise. e.g Muslim “only” laudromat in Muar (Johor.) It is either utterly confusing or very amusing. Any happening in Malaysia will affect us in Singapore. NUS Sociologist Syed Farid Alatas warned of an emergence of an “apartheid-like” environment in Malaysia. The reason was that the Malaysian Malay community is facing a sense of insecurity and both the politicians and religious scholars are exploiting that weakness. Politically, the former Prime Minister, Dr Mahathir is heading the opposition alliance Pakatan Harapan that could result in the 14th General Election to be the fiercest and dirtiest of all elections. KCLASS is having Mr. Wan Saiful to share the dynamic of the Malaysian political and economic environment with us.

Cost: Free (Registration required due to space constraint.)

RSVP: kclass2017@gmail.com

Contact: KCLASS Hons. Secretary

Speaker : Mr. Wan Saiful Wan Jan is Chief Executive of the Malaysian Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs. A visiting Senior Fellow at the Institute for Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) and holds the current Chair of the Istanbul Network for Liberty.

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Nanyang Business School (NBS) Focus Point - How to Build a Strong Brand and Stay on Top using Neuromarketing

Wednesday, 08 Nov, 2017 19:00 - 21:00
Central Location (TBA)

In today’s crowded marketplace, brands have to try harder than ever before to stand out from their competitors and build solid relationships with their consumers. In an environment where success or failure can reside with a few brief words on social media, brands need to stay highly attuned to the constantly shifting needs and expectations of their customers. Neuromarketing - which captures consumers’ deep-seated feelings, thoughts and emotions - now provides every industry with the ammunition it requires to understand, pre-empt and respond to consumers with greater accuracy than has been previously possible.

Cost: $20 per NBS/NTU Alumnus; $40 per CFA/DUAL Member; $90 per Guest

RSVP: http://web.nbs.ntu.edu.sg/alumni/registration/NBSFocusPoint_171019/register.asp

Contact: Adeline Lim at adelinelim@ntu.edu.sg

At this NBS Focus Point, you will hear Professor Gemma Anne Calvert of NBS discuss about the latest developments in neuromarketing, from effective machine-based lie-detectors to web-based attention monitors, and tinder-type apps that can uncover people’s unconscious attitudes and biases on mobile devices. Successful brands understand the market, great brands get deep inside consumer’s brains and anticipate the future. Learn how you can do this too by leveraging on brain science.

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DUAL Thanksgiving cum Year End Dinner

Friday, 01 Dec, 2017 19:00 - 23:00
The Tanglin Club, The Churchill Room, 5 Stevens Road, Singapore 257814

It's time for Thanksgiving cum year-end holiday celebration. Don't miss this informal social event of the year...Come join us for a grand buffet feast of good ole American-style roasted turkey plus all the trimmings. Some items on the menu: turkey, gravy and cranberry sauce; honey baked ham; mashed potatoes; stuffings; corn on the cob; Christmas pudding; pumpkin pie, etc. Do note the American Club is still under renovations - so we will be holding the dinner at the Tanglin Club again this year but will make sure we have enough turkeys this year!

Cost: $75 for members/spouse of DUAL member clubs; $85 for non-members/spouse of DUAL member clubs; $40 for kids ages 5 to 11; free for kids below 5. Cash Bar.

RSVP: hauyee.ng@gmail.com

Contact: Please email Ms. Ng Hau Yee at hauyee.ng@gmail.com

We will once again be having a bit of fun raising funds for the charity "Food from the Heart" http://www.foodheart.org/. Seats are limited - we have a full house every year with a waiting list. So sign up early!! Seats are only confirmed once payment is made. Once paid, you are responsible for finding a replacement if you no longer can attend, but we can help link you with someone on the wait list (if any). No refunds for no shows.

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