15 Feb 2022
One of three case studies that were published in 2022, the Singapore case study investigates whether digitalisation offers opportunities to women-owned small and medium-sized enterprises (WSMEs) to overcome gender-related challenges in Singapore and provides policy and practical recommendations to stakeholders, such as policymakers, private sector, and business associations, on mitigating obstacles to digitalisation faced by WSMEs. It is part of a continuation of the same study conducted in 2020 by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung’s (KAS) Regional Economic Programme Asia (SOPAS) and Woomentum, focusing on the role of digitalization in helping WSMEs navigate throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The Singapore case study was carried out between April and July 2021 and was structured around four pillars: 1) access to financing; 2) access to mentoring, networking, and skills; 3) business process management; 4) crisis management (COVID-19).
Project Lead: Cristita Marie Perez
プロジェクト担当 Cristita Marie Perez