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The European Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) cordially invites you to attend its Annual General Meeting 2024 at The Fullerton Hotel. Please RSVP your attendance via the registration link by Monday, 8th of April 2024.

Programme (SGT)
5.30 pm Registration
6.30 pm Opening and Welcome Remarks

  • Jens Rübbert, President Of EuroCham
  • Iwona Piórko, Ambassador of the European Union Delegation to Singapore

6.45 pm Keynote Speech

  • Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment and Minister-in-Charge for Trade Relations of Singapore

7.00 pm Moderated Dialogue and Q&A with Minister Grace Fu
7.30 pm AGM Agenda
8:30 pm Members Networking Reception
9:30 pm End of Event

Small bites will be served during the event.

The organisers reserve the right to change the programme content without giving prior notification or any reasons thereof.


This is strictly open to EuroCham members only. Registration deadline is 15th April 2024, 2359hrs.
This is solely a physical event at the Fullerton Hotel.
*Please keep in mind that if we exceed the maximum allowed capacity, we might have to limit it to one person per member.

Note: To meet the Minister’s schedule, EuroCham has decided to reschedule the Annual General Meeting on 22 April 2024, Monday. All registrations will remain valid. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us at events@eurocham.org.sg if you have any questions or concerns.
Thank you.



The European Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 22 April at The Fullerton Hotel with Guest of Honour Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment and Minister-in-charge for Trade Relations of Singapore, who delivered a keynote address and engaged in a moderated dialogue session with members of the chamber.

In his opening remarks, President of EuroCham, Mr Jens Ruebbert highlighted the significance of the EU Green Deal and its implications for businesses in Southeast Asia. The commitment to climate neutrality, coupled with initiatives such as the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and efforts to combat deforestation, underscored the urgent need for businesses to embrace sustainable practices.

H.E. Iwona Piórko, Ambassador of the European Union Delegation to Singapore, highlighted that the EU and Singapore have strong partnerships at various levels – bilateral, regional, and multilateral – that continue to grow.

Minister Grace in her keynote address shared that geopolitical tensions, climate change, and technological advancements like generative AI that have caused significant shifts in the global business environment.

The moderated dialogue delved into strategies for achieving a low-carbon economy, including Singapore’s Green Plan. Participants also explored various avenues for energy security and decarbonisation, including solar energy, green hydrogen, carbon capture, and sustainable transportation solutions.

The AGM concluded with a call to action for continued collaboration and innovation to address the pressing challenges of sustainability and climate change, underscoring the pivotal role of businesses in driving positive change in the region.

Once again, EuroCham would like to thank our sponsors, Airbus and BSI Group, and all our EuroCham members who joined us and made this event successful!