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UPDATES – SEP 2021
UPDATES – SEP 2021

[SEPTEMBER 2021] Zoom Webinar – IS THE LEADERSHIP TEAM PREPARED FOR TRANSFORMATION, DIGITAL OR OTHERWISE?  Join us for our upcoming webinar on 22nd Sept at 2pm as you will be learning how to navigate business transformation through the digital era successfully! read more Our office number has been changed to 6958 9000. Please do not […]

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To Promote and Advance The Professionalism of Management Consulting.

Become a PMC

Be certified as a Practising Management Consultant (PMC) with Singapore Business Advisors and Consultants Council (SBACC). Your PMC status will be recognised and supported by government agencies including Enterprise Singapore, IPOS and WDA.

SBACC provides you with:

  1. Being the only certification body recognised by Enterprise Singapore that offers you professional liability insurance coverage;
  2. Uncompromised credibility with a certification process that is impartial with no conflict of interest: SBACC is the first organisation in Singapore to be certified as ISO/IEC 17024, established since 2015. View our accreditation certificate here.
  3. Through the SAC Accreditation, SBACC has been afforded IAF MLA Accreditation. This means that our PMC Certification is recognised by more than 80 countries. You may visit www.iaf.nu for more details

"I joined SBACC because I felt that they were well-represented in Singapore's strongest sectors and therefore I could grow from their experience and footprint, rather than being part of another passive association"

Click here to read more testimonials from our PMCs.

Gerard Lim

Co-founder, PPG21

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