Find out who won at this year's SBR Made in Singapore and Designed in Singapore Awards

Winners will be awarded from the first to the second week of December.

As the health crisis continues, many companies are still trying to overcome several challenges that were accelerated by the pandemic. In this age of transformative change, providing engaging platforms and products that match the consumers’ expectations are important, especially in the manufacturing industry. Companies who are successful in identifying the right solutions and address existing challenges are able to create exceptional products that would provide superior customer experience and ensure business growth.

Singapore Business Review aims to honour these innovative products with the 5th installation of the Made in Singapore Awards and Designed in Singapore Awards. The Made in Singapore Awards is an initiative hailing innovative products across industries that are manufactured in Singapore, whilst the Designed in Singapore Awards lauds products that are conceptualised by a Singapore-based office but manufactured outside the country. 

The trophies will be presented to the winners via digital and studio presentations the first to the second week of December 2021. The winning companies will also have the opportunity to share their thoughts on winning in the prestigious awards programme through interviews.

Winners were judged by a panel of industry leaders consisting of Richard Loi, Private Leader, Southeast Asia at Deloitte; Jonathan Ho, Partner, Head of Governance & Risk, Advisory, Head of Private Enterprise at KPMG Singapore; and Joshua Ong, Managing Partner & Practice Leader, Capital Markets & IPO FCA (Singapore) at Baker Tilly.

The full list of winners are as follows:

Made in Singapore Awards

Designed in Singapore Awards

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