Though physically small, Singapore is an economic giant. It has been Southeast Asia’s most modern city for over a century and a central business hub for the region. The city blends Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and English cultures and religions and is rich in its diversity.
Based on Robinson Road in the heart of the Central Business District IQPC Singapore emulates its home by being a small business with a big outlook. Our 60+ employees work hard to develop the best quality product possible, delivering over 50 executive level business to business events and servicing over 5,000 clients every year.
The events sit across a broad range of industries but the office is probably best known for it’s flagship FPSO World Congress Series plus it’s extensive Shared Services and Outsourcing Portfolio and flourishing Customer Experience Summit.
As for our people, well they are as diverse as the place they live in, with over 12 nationalities represented and 10+ languages spoken. This diversity allows the business to broaden its reach and engage with clients and prospects across the region and it also makes for a pretty interesting business culture.
But the one thing all our employees have in common is a commitment to our values and a belief that what we do makes a difference. A belief that our events allow professionals and businesses alike to learn, connect and grow.
Driving continuous improvement
Putting customers first
Do the right thing
Working with the best
Loving what we do
To find out more, armed with just an iphone, we went behind the office walls to meet the team and chat about IQPC Life in the Lion City
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Fun Facts: here are a few things you may not know already about Singapore
- The most common surnames in Singapore are Tan, Lim and Lee
- There are 5 official Merlion Statues across the island
- The lowest temperature every recorded in Singapore was 19.4 Degree Celsius
- No building can be higher than 280 meters because no spot on the island is far enough away form Changi Airport to allow for a taller building
- Singapore is one of the Worlds 20th smallest countries, the main island is only 42km long and 23km wide