Jumbo Group, Koufu, 4Fingers among 25 firms under Scale-up SG programme

Enterprise Singapore has launched a Scale-up SG programme with 25 local companies such as 4Fingers, Jumbo Group, Koufu, SK Jewellery, EtonHouse among others. This two and a half year programme aims to aid high-growth local companies scale rapidly, while Enterprise Singapore also looks to groom several other firms through this.

According to Enterprise Singapore, the participating companies have displayed good track record of growth and leadership with strong growth ambitions, are of varying revenue sizes and come from various industry clusters such as lifestyle and consumer; trade and connectivity; manufacturing and engineering; and urban solutions.

The Scale-up SG programme aims to coordinate companies peer learning and collaboration between a close-knit community of CEOs and founders. Through the programme, companies could also potentially develop their leadership team and succession planning via strengthening the competencies of the next generation of leaders. These companies will also gain access to expertise and networks of Enterprise Singapore and programme partners, to support future growth objectives.

In addition, the programme will run in collaboration with public and private sector partners, including government agencies, management consulting firms, professional services firms and institutes of higher learning among others. Consultancy firms McKinsey & Company and PwC Singapore are part of the programme as anchor partners.

Here’s the full list:
Commonwealth Capital
EtonHouse International
SK Jewellery Group
Sunray Woodcraft
AEM Holdings
Health Management International
PBA Group
Q & M Dental Group
Goldbell Corporation
Rigel Technology
Bee Cheng Hiang
Global Schools Holdings
KH Roberts
NSL Fuel Management Services
Chye Thiam Maintenance

Peter Ong, chairman of Enterprise Singapore, said Scale-up SG is a specially curated programme which aims to groom high-growth local enterprises into global champions. “The companies, while vastly diverse in terms of revenue size, sectors, business models, exhibit the common trait of hunger and the strong ambition to grow. Leaders learn best from leaders; the diversity of the companies will enrich peer learning, spurring each of them towards even greater growth,” he added.