8 Networking Groups in Singapore

Where to meet and mingle

Whether you’re new in town, in search of new business opportunities, or simply looking to rub shoulders with like-minded folks, we’re here to get you started. Put on your best smile and start shaking hands at one of these networking groups.

Collision 8

Take the pressure off networking by attending a film screening or a workshop at Collision 8.

From coding workshops to film screenings, movers and shakers can have a bit of relaxing fun while still meeting new people.

Drink Entrepreneurs Singapore

Popular amongst younger crowds for its casual ambiance, this group is a great place to start for networking newbies. The price to pay for a night of hanging out with fellow game changers is anywhere from $5 to $10.

Introverts Network

Who says extroverts rule the world? Introverts Network is dedicated for those of us who can get a tad shy. Attracting over 900 professionals and business owners who prefer one-on-one conversations, this network group offers a welcoming and safe environment for introverts to mingle.

Start-up Grind Singapore

With an aim to inspire, educate, and connect entrepreneurs, this global start-up hub hosts monthly events highlighting lessons from local entrepreneurs.

Singapore Business Meetup

This meetup group has been around since 2002. Their monthly pitch session is great for entrepreneurs who want to test out their product ideas. You can also choose to attend many of their casual meet-ups for more low-key mingling.

Singapore Fin Tech Association

With no membership fee and regular monthly events, this network group is not to be missed. Just like the name suggests, Fin Tech attempts to serve as a platform for anyone in the financial technology industry, from ux designers and programmers to funders. Events are heavy on the panel series so participants can learn a thing or two from lectures before mingling with others after the talk.

Ladies, this one is for you.  Besides the occasional mixers, you can partake in a 10-week coding boot camp to brush up on your coding skills. Don’t have the funds? Simply drop them a line and you’ll get to sign up for free.

Creative Mornings

Pioneered by Tina Roth Eisenberg, Creative Mornings is an international community of creative folks (although one is wont to meet people from all fields). Once a month, different chapters around the world get together for breakfast and a short talk by a designated panelist. The event is often intimate, friendly, and free to all, although registration is required.