Business opportunities and projects in central Vietnam
Date: Jan 12
Time: 2pm to 5.15pm
Venue: Singapore Business Federation (SBF) Seminar Room 2, Level 21, Keppel Towers, 10 Hoe Chiang Road
Fee: Complimentary for members of SBF, $100 (before GST) for non-members
The trade and business links between Singapore and Vietnam have gone from strength to strength over the years.
With an economy that is forecast to grow by 6.3 per cent next year, Vietnam represents a hotbed for Singaporean investment.
Singapore is Vietnam's third-largest investor, coming in behind Japan and South Korea.
It is also Vietnam's sixth-largest trading partner.
As Vietnam's economy matures and its consumer market grows, providing food and lifestyle services and urban solutions are potential fields that Singapore companies can venture into.
SBF has convened a seminar on the opportunities and projects in Thua Thien Hue province, a leading economic zone of central Vietnam.
Registration closes on Jan 10 at 5pm.
President Trump in Office: What Can Singapore Businesses Expect?
Date: Jan 20
Time: 9.30am to 12.15pm
Venue: SBF Seminar Room 2, Level 21, Keppel Towers, 10 Hoe Chiang Road
Fees: $53.50 for SBF and American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) members, $107 for non-members
Singapore enjoys strong and longstanding economic and business ties with the United States, underpinned by the US-Singapore Free Trade Agreement, the Strategic Framework Agreement and the Strategic Partnership Dialogue.
Bilateral cooperation spans many mutually beneficial areas such as Customs procedures, intellectual property protection, the environment and education.
With President-elect Trump's inauguration scheduled for just a few hours after this programme, SBF and AmCham invite participants to an update on possible policy changes and discuss the implications for Singapore businesses. To register, visit: http://login.sbf.org.sg/sbf/SBFPortal/Events/Event_ Display.aspx?EventKey=AM170027