Best Corporate – Training Provider (Gold)

The Marketing Institute of Singapore (MIS) is the Gold Winner of the Best Corporate – Training Provider award at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2022.
By: | November 17, 2022
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Roger Wang, President of MIS, received the Gold Award for Best Corporate – Training Provider at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2022.

The Marketing Institute of Singapore (MIS) has been providing executive development courses across the region for the past 49 years. Since its founding in 1973, over 50,000 sales and marketing professionals have been nurtured at this institute.

This is the eighth consecutive year MIS has won the Gold Award for Best Corporate – Training Provider, affirming the institute’s position in the training and development field. Receiving the award on behalf of the institute was Roger Wang, President of MIS, who expressed his gratitude to HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards.

He said, “This award is a recognition of all the hard work and commitment that the trainers have put into the programmes. The staff have also worked closely with the trainers to ensure that the team can adapt quickly to changing restrictions and provide trainees with the best educational experience.”

MIS offers a comprehensive range of executive development programmes that address executives’ and managers’ skills upgrading and professional development needs, ensuring that they remain abreast of current industry trends, knowledge, and skills. By designing a curriculum to specific training requirements and goals, MIS also enables organisations to identify skills gaps in their workforce competencies and optimise training ROI.

Additionally, MIS provides executives and their organisations with the connections and expertise they need to steer them in the right direction, whether they are looking to expand their network of like-minded peers or build their knowledge in the dynamic marketing field.

As a member of the Asia Marketing Federation (AMF), MIS will continue to serve as a bridge connecting members with the organisation, Wang added. The AMF is a multinational association established to promote and strengthen the Asia marketing fraternity. Through these networks and events, the institute establishes itself as a hub where marketers congregate, network and exchange knowledge to provide trainees with solutions and industry insights, enabling them to develop their full potential by providing relevant skills.

“Training the future workforce and designing educational programmes in accordance with dynamic industry needs is our top priority, and MIS is excited to offer more upcoming programmes designed to meet the needs of the new learning space aligned with specialities needed for today’s business landscape,” Wang concluded.

Founded in 1973, the Marketing Institute of Singapore (MIS) is the national body for sales and marketing and has provided training to countless students in the areas of sales, marketing, and business. Through its diverse series of talks ad events, it has also provided networking opportunities for many of its members. Today, MIS has nine major disciplines spanning across business management, communication, personal effectiveness, human capital management, and more.