WIEA aims to be a self-funding society with the income derived from membership used exclusively towards the promotion of the society.
Benefits from Membership include attendance to Member-only events, priority registration at events open to Non Members and preferential fee for paying events. For Corporate Members, priority attendance is granted up to 20 Qualifying Members.
Furthermore Corporate Members also have the opportunity to sponsor events and include their logo on the WIEA website and publicity materials.
* Corporate Membership is open to any registered corporation, institution, firm or business registered in Singapore.
** An Individual Member must be over 21 years.
The 2018 Membership is open!
Individual Memberships are now available for either 1 year or 2 years. Any 1-year registration from now onward will be valid until 31 December 2018 and any 2-year registration will be valid until 31 December 2019.
Corporate Memberships are valid for one calendar year. New memberships will be valid until 31 December 2018.
To apply for Membership please complete one of the attached forms below and contact the Secretary of WIEA at WIEA.Membership. Your Membership can only be validated once the fee payment has been received by WIEA. Details for the payment are provided below.
Membership & Event Fees can be paid in cheque or bank transfer.
- Payment by cheque
Cheques are to be made payable to Women in Energy, Asia and sent to :
Women in Energy, Asia, Attention Sabina Tan, Societe Generale, 8 Marina Boulevard, Marina Bay Financial Centre, Tower 1, Singapore 018981.
- Payment by bank transfer
Bank account details: UOB ; Account Number: 456-307-330-0 ; Account type: Corporate
Please indicate: WIEA_Membership_Name_ID Number
For any further enquiry regarding payment, please contact the Treasurer on WIEA.Membership
As participants in WIEA events we need to be mindful of the constraints of anti-trust laws. Consequentially as part of membership, each member shall be asked to confirm that they commit not to partake in any discussion of agreements or in concerted actions that may restrict competition. This prohibition includes the exchange of information concerning company prices, costs, market share, market practices, negotiations with customers or any competitive aspect of an Individual company’s operation. Each participant is obligated to speak up immediately for the purposes of preventing any discussion falling outside these boundaries.