We've planned the 2020 ACC Asia-Pacific Annual Meeting to maximise the opportunity for delegates and guests to network and build long-standing connections at the event. 


Singapore Extravaganza

The 2020 ACC Asia-Pacific Annual Meeting will include a gala dinner that will celebrate the contribution of the in-house profession to the growth and development of the Asia-Pacific region. Featuring a unique mix of Singaporean cuisine and entertainment, the gala will be a highlight of your Annual Meeting experience.

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Fountain with lion statue in Singapore

Welcome Function: Welcome to Singapore!

7:00pm - 9:00pm Tuesday

Held at the Dutch Pavilion, at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, the welcome function will provide the perfect opportunity to greet old colleagues and make new friends ahead of two days of intensive learning. 

Singapore cityscape at night

Networking Breakfast

7:30am - 8:45am Wednesday

Anyone for breakfast? Why not join us and your colleagues for a breakfast together to kick-off the final day of the 2020 ACC Asia-Pacific Annual Meeting? 

A Taste of Singapore

2:15pm - 4:30pm Thursday

Wind your conference experience down by choosing from one of two exclusive short tours that will show a lesser-known side to the Lion City. The 'Taste of Singapore' tours require a minimum of 15 people to proceed. 

Tour 1: The Singapore Story

Despite its relatively short history, the Singapore Story has a number of twists and turns.  Beneath the ultra-chic seemingly perfect exterior is a country that is fiercely determined to remain relevant to its people, regional neighbours and beyond. Want to get a low-down on the Singapore psyche? Then join this two-hour walking tour and get the 101 on Singapore.  
•    An abridged history of Singapore – our British connection and are we an accidental nation? 
•    Small Spaces, Big Ideas – See Singapore’s creative urban planning at its best
•    The Original Enclave – ‘shop houses’ and the early dwellers
•    Highlights: Singapore City Gallery & Chinatown 

Tour 2: Singapore’s Ethnic Treasures

Singaporeans love to celebrate their multi-cultural, multi-ethnicity heritage in any way they can.  
•    Street of Faiths: Head to a lesser-known but colourful religious melting pot.  Named after the Battle of Waterloo, Waterloo Street is the perfect showcase of Singapore’s commitment to a multi-religious society (Singaporeans recognise 10 religions as their official religions!). 
•    Pioneer Stories from Little India: Sweetly-scented flower garland offerings at a Hindu Temple, beautiful sari attire and fresh produce adorn the streets of Little India.  Learn the significance of each offering and let the guide tell you why garland making is a male only profession.