Sarah analyses the impact of Singapore’s regulations, policies and laws, translating raw information into meaningful insights to help BGA clients make informed and timely business decisions.
Previously, Sarah was a public service officer at Enterprise Singapore, where she worked on policy matters for Singapore’s quality assurance and regulatory landscape. She facilitated discussions among key private and public stakeholders in the smart city space on relevant standards to harmonise efforts under the Singapore’s Smart Nation Strategy and supported Singapore’s participation as a member of the International Standards Organisation. She worked closely with small and medium sized enterprises and government agencies to develop creative solutions to domestic and cross-border regulatory issues and organised advisory seminars on market entry strategies.
Sarah has an academic background in anthropology and a bachelor’s degree in Southeast Asian studies from the National University of Singapore. She can communicate in English, Mandarin and Thai.
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