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We incubate digital talents for enterprises with up to 90% course fee funding and up to 45% of salary subsidies for 12 months from SkillsFuture (SSG). Through our Professional Conversion Programs, we incubate talent on digital skills related to their PCP job roles within Digital Business Development & Marketing, Software Development, Data Analytics, AI, or Digital Systems Management domains in the new digital workplace.

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Our talents undergo training in industry specific knowledge and skills in digital business to drive business growth. You can evaluate for immediate hire from our talent pool. Our digital business professionals are candidates who have transformed themselves from traditional roles to digital roles in the areas/ domains of Sales & Marketing, Finance, HR, Operations, etc.

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Digital Business Developer

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Digital Marketer

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Digital Project Manager

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Our talents undergo training in key technical areas of software development, infrastructure support, or artificial intelligence. You can evaluate for immediate hire from our talent pool. Our talents aspire to embark on infrastructure, software, and AI career roles, they would transition into various PCP roles, with a passion to develop new software and AI applications, work in infrastructure, or IT support.

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Data Science Analyst

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Full-Stack Web Developer

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AI Developer

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Systems Support Specialist

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Systems Administrator