SMU and e-commerce firm Synagie to launch 60 new modules for adults to learn e-commerce skills

Adult learners hoping to upgrade themselves can sign up for a clutch of new modules to learn e-commerce skills from the second half of this year. The 60 new modules will be run by SMU Academy and Synagie Commerce Academy, by e-commerce company Synagie. The 60 new programmes will be certified by SMU and taught by subject matter experts from SMU, Synagie and other companies. The launch event, which was held at SMU's Administration Building in Bras Basah, also featured a panel. It comprised executive vice president from Lazada Group Ms Moony Li, founder and managing director of Singapore skincare brand Porcelain Ms Pauline Ng and SMU Assistant Professor of Communication Management Roh Sungjong and co-founder of ShopBack Joel Leong. They discussed how to embed sustainability into e-commerce businesses, the role of competition in the sector and how the sector must evolve to train new talent.

The Straits Times