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Join us on Friday, 2nd September for our First Friday Breakfast at 8.30 a.m. in the central business district. Our 'Spotlight series' this month will be with Amanda Chew from Horizon Quantum Computing. Although scalable quantum computers that can outperform conventional computers for real-world problems have not been launched, there are many reasons to start paying close attention to the potential of this technology. Amanda will present what Horizon's team is building to make quantum computing accessible.

 

Our regular breakfast series provides a relaxed environment to build new connections over light refreshments.


Not a fan of networking but want to meet new people? Not a problem! Members can invite one new guest to attend. We'll also make sure someone from the Chamber is on hand to make some introductions.


We'd love to hear from you so drop us a line to support@irishchamber.org.sg


Date/Time:   Friday, 2nd September - 8.30 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. 

Location:      Oxley Tower (EuroCham Singapore),138 Robinson Road, (Lift Lobby 2), #11-04 Oxley Tower, Singapore 068906

Speakers

  • Amanda Chew (Director of Product at Horizon Quantum Computing)

    Amanda Chew

    Director of Product at Horizon Quantum Computing

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Tickets

Member Access plus can bring along a new guest (Register guest's name and email address )

Free admission to Members of the Irish Chamber of Commerce Singapore and one new guest. Please login to register your name and your guest's name and email address. Email: support@irishchamber.org.sg for assistance.

Please enter the name of the guest accompanying you as a member (next to your name).

Member Price Free
Guest Access

For payment by credit card - fees may apply. Use PayNow using UEN number: S92SS0093H. Please ensure to add your name(s) in the payment reference or email support@irishchamber.org.sg

S$20

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