The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to many businesses turning to Virtual Events as a viable alternative to in person events to conduct trade and do business. While this concept is not new, the need for business continuity has hastened both technology and services making virtual events more accessible a much-needed alternative to hoping for a return to normalcy. What are virtual events? Virtual events are simply events that are held online. They are as simple webinar formats hosted on Zoom to full scale replicas held on virtual platforms complete with features that mimic the typical in person mega conference. Read More >>
Organized by MOH Holdings, the Healthcare Scholarships Virtual Experience 2021 is the first virtual platform for scholarship & career opportunities in the health science disciplines. The 14-day event saw an attendee rate of close to 2,000 potential students interacting with scholar ambassadors, scholarship officers, partner educational institutions like the National University of Singapore and the University of Strathclyde, and professional representatives from various public healthcare institutions. Event highlights include real life scenarios in the life of healthcare workers at St Luke’s Eldercare, and an interactive showcase of walking a mile Read More >>
Cancer is the number 1 killer among Singaporeans. ESG is committed to driving better cancer awareness, detection and early prevention together with our established partners Roche Singapore Pte Ltd, leading pharmaceutical company and Curie Oncology, medical specialist with a strong expertise in cancer treatments. Our series of events will tackle different aspects of cancer-related issues with the first event ‘Digest Your Gut Health’ happening on 27 Jan 2021. Read More >>
Many parts of the world, including Singapore transited into nationwide remote working arrangements since the pandemic outbreak in 2020. Business travel and global conferences came to a halt, disrupting trade and information exchange. Our partners, Orange Business Services and Cisco, both leading technology providers seized the opportunity to adapt and engage their customers virtually. Centred around the topic on “Navigating Digital Transformation, Reframing for the New Norm”, ESG was commissioned to organize a virtual conference for their existing and prospective customers. The event was exclusive to top 200 executives and Read More >>
ESG is proud to partner with Vascular & Interventional Centre (VIC) in organizing a series of virtual wellness events that tackle some of the most prominent health issues surrounding working professionals in Singapore. On 17 and 19 Sep 2020, we rolled out “Diabetes, Don’t Sugarcoat it”. This event featured an extensive panel of 4 medical specialists who deep dived into the severity, treatment options and preventive measures of Diabetes. On 9 Dec 2020, we rolled out “Women’s Health: Look Within”. This event relates to many working females who often neglect Read More >>
During the Covid-19 outbreak in March 2020, companies struggled with their transition to remote working arrangements and continual efforts in engaging their staff. Work stress, mental health concerns and domestic issues hit an all-time high. Inspired to empower the workforce and play an active role in advancing Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative, we launched the ESG Virtual Wellness Series. Held on the last week of every month, our events spread across different wellness and medical themes including but not limited to: Chronic Illnesses, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Mental Wellness, Financial Literacy Read More >>
Over 300 Attendees at ESG’s first Mega Wellness Event Remote working has put many corporate wellness programs and events to a halt, but not for ESG. ESG has turned to the virtual space to empower working professionals to adopt healthier lifestyles in collaboration with Fitbit Live Healthy SG (LHSG) Program. The first LHSG virtual event has garnered 300 over attendees from 20 different companies. 88.8% of attendees rated the event Good and 100% of them expressed interest to attend future events. Due to the overwhelming response, ESG will be organising Read More >>
ESG Appointed by Fitbit to be its Outreach Partner for Live Healthy SG Corporate Program Live Healthy SG (LHSG) Corporate Program is a Smart Nation initiative specially designed for Singapore by Fitbit, in collaboration with the Health Promotion Board (HPB). Powered by Fitbit Premium and devices, users can access guided fitness programs, personalised health and behaviour insights to improve different aspects of their lifestyle – physical activity, sleep, nutrition and emotional well-being. Users who enrol in LHSG and subscribe to 12-month Fitbit Premium at $9.99/month will receive a free Fitbit Read More >>
Spearheading a New Season of National Steps Challenge™ Corporate Challenge SINGAPORE, 14 August, 2018 – Leading home-grown sports marketing agency, Enterprise Sports Group (ESG) has been appointed by Health Promotion Board (HPB) as the official corporate engagement agency for the National Steps Challenge™ Corporate Challenge 2019 to rally an upwards of 150,000 corporate participants to promote workplace health and wellness. In its 4th Season, the Corporate Challenge allows employees of all ages and fitness levels to participate in a collective effort to creating a healthier, happier and more cohesive workplace Read More >>
The Singapore Rugby Union (SRU) began a new chapter yesterday, as former national captain Terence Khoo was elected the association’s first new president in 11 years at the Delta Sports Complex.
Khoo, 46, had been up against incumbent honorary secretary Cheo Chai Hong, and won a vote by the SRU’s eight affiliated clubs at last night’s annual general meeting to succeed Low Teo Ping as president.
Said Khoo after the election: “I’m deeply humbled (by the result). It’s something I’ve prepared a lot for. “The first thing I need to do now is to tap on the expertise of my learned colleagues, Mr Low and Mr Cheo.”
Khoo’s main goal during his two-year term is simple: To get more people playing the sport.
“From the age group teams to the clubs to the national team, this pathway for young players needs a little bit of work,” said the managing director of sports marketing company Enterprise Sports Group.
As a former national player who featured for the Republic from 1988 to 2000, Khoo is also keen on improving the national team’s performance.
“Rugby here is defined by our national team, and I’ve seen some results that I’ve been less than excited about,” he said.
Low took charge in 2006, with SRU then a bankrupt organisation rocked by an embezzlement scandal, and served for 11 years in the absence of willing successors.
However, Khoo resisted any suggestion that he has big shoes to fill, adding: “Teo Ping did well for us as a leader but he was also surrounded by many passionate people.
“It’s not one man’s job; rugby is a team game and we need to credit the whole (SRU) team’s effort.”Read article