Formed on 19 July 2018, Tech Talent Assembly (TTAB) is an association for all Infocommunication technology (ICT) professionals in Singapore.
TTAB’s mission is to nurture all tech talents via an accessible platform for future ready skills, lifelong learning and sharing.
TTAB joined the Labour Movement family and this has allowed the association access to resources and reach to ICT professionals. This partnership has allowed the association to also provide social benefits to the members.
Fireside chats with industry leaders to help ICT professionals keep abreast with latest technology trends and skills-in-demand.
TTAB Career Conversarion (TCC) is a platform for TTAB members to gain knowledge from seasoned ICT leaders about entering or advancing in the various ICT career paths.
Formed in 2018, we are an association for all infocommunication technology (ICT) professionals in Singapore.
TTAB’s mission is to nurture all tech talents through an accessible platform for future-ready skills, lifelong learning and sharing.
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