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Visit to LinkedIn APAC Headquarters

The S&TDC cordially invites you to a seminar hosted by LinkedIn (see agenda and venue details below).  Together, we will explore global issues through the lens of big data and exchange ideas on potential cooperation with the countries and organizations represented in the S&TDC.  Please note that seats are limited and registration will take place on a first come first serve basis.

To confirm your interest, kindly contact Andy Nho ( via email by 18 May with the following:  1) name, 2) designation/organization, and 3) link to your LinkedIn account (to be used for a fun icebreaker at the start of the event).


Tour of the office (to begin promptly at 2:30 pm)
Sunnyvale-based tech company LinkedIn operates an online professional network worldwide and bases its Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore.

Introduction of LinkedIn and Economic Graph
LinkedIn's vision is to build the world's first ever Economic Graph, mapping the global workforce.  This involves collecting and connecting data about all the world's professionals, schools, skills, jobs, companies and professional conversations.

Introduction of Public Policy Case Studies
LinkedIn data powers analytics to address policy-related questions especially in the labor and education space. LinkedIn's insights team will provide a deep dive into the data as well as an overview of projects that LinkedIn have accomplished in this space to date. The partners of the collaborative efforts include Singapore's Ministry of Manpower, NTUC, U.S. state governments of New York, Colorado, and Arizona, as well as Australia's ICT sector, among others. 

Open Discussion
S&TDC and LinkedIn to have an open discussion about how to harness the powers of LinkedIn data to solve unique governmental and corporate challenges, both real and hypothetical provided by attendees.


LinkedIn APAC Headquarters
10 Marina Boulevard,
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 2
Singapore 018983

NOTE:  Please bring your ID and sign in at the Concierge on the first floor of Tower 2 of Marina Bay Financial Centre before proceeding to Level 30.