Southeast Asia (SEA) is home to 680 million people – third-largest population after China and India. Despite global uncertainty, this region is a top emerging market – with economic growth averaging above 5% and potential to become the fourth largest economy globally by 2030. The promising outlook presents business potential and expansion opportunities for global companies.
For businesses relooking their supply chain, SEA provides access to various markets with expertise on different supply chain functions. Singapore in particular, excels in moving products worldwide with its connectivity and Free Trade Agreements. Besides production, SEA is also an attractive market for businesses targeting growing consumer groups.
Organised by Enterprise Singapore and Southeast Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence (SEA CAPE), this webinar will (i) improve the accessibility of SEA market for New Zealand businesses by using Singapore as a strategic node within the SEA network and (ii) foster collaboration between Singapore and New Zealand businesses.
Hear from industry experts on how you can take advantage of Singapore as a logistic hub to strengthen the resilience and agility of your business’ supply chain!
|3:00 – 3:05pm
Prof Ang Siah Hwee, Director, Southeast Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence
|3:05 – 3:10pm
|Growth Opportunities in Southeast Asia with Singapore as your first partner
Mr Kenneth Sim, Deputy Director, Aviation and Maritime, Enterprise Singapore
|3:10 – 3:25pm
|Singapore, a premier distribution & transhipment hub
Mr Leow Chee Meng, Assistant Vice President, Cargo Solutions Commercial
|3:25 – 3:40pm
|F&B Retail trends in Southeast Asia and Omni-channel management
Mr Anthony Low, Head of Omni-Channel Management, Lim Siang Huat Pte Ltd
|3:40 – 4:00pm
Chong Hui Wen, Regional Director (Oceania)
Prof Siah Hwee Ang, Director, Southeast Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence