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Affiliations & Memberships
ECnet believes in actively participating in industry associations as it creates a platform for ECnet to enhance interaction with industries to measure the industry excellence and to facilitate connections.
  • SPETA – Singapore Precision Engineering & Technology Association,
    The Singapore Precision Engineering and Technology Association(SPETA) is a trade association representing locally registered companies engaged in the manufacturing of moulds and dies, jigs and fixtures, metal stamping, metal castings, plastic and rubber mouldings, precision machining, photonic and semi-conductor equipment, aerospace, automotive and medical parts as well as in providing services related to the precision engineering and technology industry. For more information, visit www.speta.org.

  • SMF – Singapore Manufacturing Federation,
    The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF), formerly known as the Singapore Manufacturers' Association, was first established in 1932. Its main aim is to champion the Singapore manufacturing sector. Our mission is to represent the interest of the Singapore manufacturing community and to drive its competitiveness and sustainable growth through serving industry-specific needs. For more information, visit www.smfederation.org.sg.

  • SBF - The Singapore Business Federation
    is the apex business chamber that champions the interests of the Singapore business community in trade, investment and industrial relations. It represents more than 15,000 companies as well as the local and foreign business chambers and key national and industry associations from business sectors that contribute significantly to the Singapore economy. For more information, visit www.sbf.org.sg.

  • SICCI – Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
    - Established first in 1924 as the Indian Merchants Association, the Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) is an independent, non-profit organization with over 800 members. It is a platform for enhancing interaction and information exchange for business promotion and development for its members. It is a unified body representing the Indian mercantile community and serves as a spokesman to the private and public sector organizations in Singapore, and it also serves as a Secretariat for the Asia Pacific Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (APICCI). For more information, visit www.sicci.com.

  • MDeC – Multimedia Development Corporation
    MDeC is incorporated under the Companies Act of Malaysia, and owned and funded by the Government. At MDeC, we combine the entrepreneurial efficiency and effectiveness of a private company with the decision-making authority of a high-powered government agency. Our role is to advise the Malaysian Government on legislation and policies, develop MSC Malaysia-specific practises, and set breakthrough standards for multimedia operations. We also promote MSC Malaysia locally and globally, as well as support companies which are locating and located within MSC Malaysia. We are dedicated to ensuring MSC Malaysia is the world's best environment to harness the full potential of ICT. MDeC is a champion, facilitator and partner. We champion the merits of MSC Malaysia, facilitate the entry of companies and partner with the Government and the private sector in realising both a vision and an opportunity. For more information, visit www.mdec.my.

  • SCCCI (Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry)
    Established in 1906, the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & 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 (www.wcbn.com.sg),a global online business information portal. It plays a key and pro-active role in representing the interests of the local business community. For more information, visit www.sccci.org.sg.

  • FMM - Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers
    The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) is Malaysia's premier economic organisation. Since its establishment in 1968, the FMM has consistently led Malaysian manufacturers in spearheading the nation's growth and modernisation. Today, as the largest private sector economic organisation in Malaysia representing over 3,000 manufacturing and industrial service companies of varying sizes, the FMM is the officially recognised and acknowledged voice of the industry. For more information, visit www.fmm.org.my.

  • GS1 Malaysia
    GS1 Malaysia Berhad, is a member of GS1, a non-profit global supply chain standards organisation, dedicated to the design and implementation of global solutions and standards to improve the efficiency and visibility of supply chains in all sectors worldwide. The GS1 System was introduced in Malaysia in July 1988. In Malaysia, GS1 Malaysia Berhad is the only official source for GS1 barcode numbers and standards. GS1 Malaysia Berhad enables its more than 6,000 members of all sizes from over 10 sectors across Malaysia to enhance their efficiency and cost effectiveness by adopting GS1 global supply chain best practices. For more information, visit http://www.gs1my.org/index.php.