Digitalisation After COVID

According to Gartner, the pandemic demonstrated digital initiative’s value in various business lines. Organisations saw an opportunity to accelerate their ambitious digital transformation, overhaul their cost structure and streamline operations. On the flipside, organisations have often been overwhelmed with digital products and buzzwords with a business case built on shaky ground.

In this session, how successful organisations are navigating through a minefield of digital offerings and how to spot quick wins will be discussed.

As a member of the Spanish – Singaporean Chamber of Commerce you have access to EuroCham events at their member rates.

EuroCham offers us a large networking pool consisting of the bilateral National Business Groups, European companies operating in Singapore, the Singaporean government, the Singaporean business community, the diplomatic circle and key partners across ASEAN.

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How to conquer Asia and set up your next office

The case of Hong Kong, Singapore and China.

In this webinar, our member MONX will discuss three major jurisdictions, China, Hong Kong and Singapore, the advantages they offer for companies looking to set up there and why each jurisdiction makes sense for different reasons,

This event, organised by the professional services firm, Monx and cross-border payments company, Currenxie, has the institutional support of the Spanish-Singaporean Chamber of Commerce (SpanishCham SG) ,The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macao as well as guest speakers from InvestHK Brussels, the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), Deloitte, and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC).

Learn about what it’s like for foreign investors interested in setting up shop in each respective jurisdiction, ease of doing business and available resources to set up remotely, as well as how each location offers a set of unique benefits, incentives and doors to expansion throughout Asia-Pacific.

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WEBINARIO: ¨Nuevas oportunidades de negocio en Asia con la firma del Tratado de Libre Comercio RCEP¨

El RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) está llamado a convertirse en el mayor Tratado de Libre Comercio del mundo. Se firmó en noviembre de 2020 por China, Japón, Corea del Sur, Australia, Nueva Zelanda y los diez países de ASEAN (India, que se retiró de las negociaciones en el último momento, tiene la posibilidad de sumarse en un futuro si lo desea).
Abarca un tercio de la población mundial, equivale al 30% del PIB del planeta y representa cerca del 28 % del comercio mundial. El acuerdo eliminará en torno al 90 % de los aranceles a las importaciones y establecerá reglas comunes sobre inversiones y comercio.
La Cámara de Comercio de España en Singapur e Iberglobal organizan un webinario el día 11 de Mayo a las a las 11,00 horas españolas y 17,00 horas de Singapur y China, para explorar las oportunidades de negocio en Asia que surgirán para las empresas españolas tras la firma del Tratado de Libre Comercio RCEP.
La asistencia al webinario es gratuita.


  • Enrique Fanjul, Socio Iberglobal

         Moderador y presentación del Webinario.     

  • Fernando Rovira, Director General Cámara de Comercio de España en Singapur
         Ponencia: ¿Qué es el RCEP?
  • Eduardo Morcillo, Managing Partner de Interchina
         Ponencia: La visión de China sobre el RCEP
  • José María Blasco, Consejero Comercial de la Embajada de España en Singapur
         Ponencia: La aportación de ASEAN al RCEP
  • Tomás González, Presidente Asempea (Asociación Empresarial España-ASEAN), Director Internacional de IDOM
         Ponencia: Oportunidades para las empresas españolas con el RCEP

Oportunidades De Negocio En Singapur

El Webinario está organizado en colaboración entre la Cámara de Comercio de Valencia y la Cámara de Comercio de España en Singapur y tendrá lugar el martes 23 de Marzo 2021 a las 17,00 horas de Singapur.

En 2019 Singapur se convirtió en el primer país del Sudeste Asiático en firmar un Acuerdo de Libre Comercio con la UE. Cuenta con una de las economías más avanzadas y abiertas de la región, convirtiéndose en un socio clave para el comercio internacional.

A pesar del impacto del Covid la economía de Singapur se ha recuperado notablemente durante la segunda mitad del 2020 y se prevé un crecimiento en 2021. La estabilidad política y económica del país hacen que sea un mercado favorable para las empresas exportadoras.

El objetivo de esta jornada es descubrir las últimas novedades operativas en las exportaciones a Singapur.



17:00 h.Bienvenida
Sr. D. José Vicente Morata,
Presidente Cámara de Comercio de Valencia.

Sr. D. Sinuhé Arroyo,
Presidente Cámara de Comercio de España en Singapur.

17:10 h. Oportunidades de Negocio en Singapur
Sra. Dª. Irune Berrio,
Directora General,  3S Nexus.

17:30 h. Operaciones Logísticas en Singapur
Sr. D. Javier Lolo Gallego,
TradeLane DevelopmentManager
West Med-Far East, Noatum Logistics.

17:50 h. Coloquio y Clausura

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The impact of technology on sport

Technology in sports range from the unseen to the jarring, but in whichever form it comes in, Technology has undoubtedly revolutionised sport.

From helping to maintain optimal conditions on the playing grounds, to enhancing viewing experiences, using data to put to paper that intangible feeling of greatness when we see it, to coaches and athletes being to analyse their game to improve specific aspects and ultimately help the audience to better understand the intricacies of the sports we love- Technology has been quietly transforming the world of sports for years, and will continue to be a portal to the future.

In this webinar, we will talk about the impact of technology on sports and how the pandemic has affected the sports technology industry.

Event Details
Date: Wednesday, 2 December 2020
Place: Zoom Online Webinar
Time: 5PM (SGT)
Language: English
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, 2 December, 3PM

About the speakers


Benoit Croissant has over 20 years of experience in the sports industry as a professional football player, entrepreneur, Fifa agent, football pundit and various leadership roles in APAC & the Middle East. Benoit is the Commercial Director for Catapult Sports in the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia.



Íñigo Bonilla has developed his professional career fully linked to the sports industry, with over 5 years of experience working at different sports companies, such as LaLiga where he has been managing and developing the CRM Strategy for 2 years. He is leading the international expansion of the GSIC Powered by Microsoft. Holds a dual degree in Business & Marketing and a Master degree in Sports Management and Sports Marketing.



Steven Cliffe is a sports content specialist with over 20 years of experience in the industry. Steven is involved with the creation and distribution of content across sports data, short-form video and editorial for a wide range of partners across sports Federations, Teams and Media publishers. He has been based in Sydney for ten years and has had an APAC wide role for the last four years.





MODERATOR – Adrián Prol is a specialist in business development with experience working in Spain, UK, China and Middle East and since more than 3 years working in Singapore as LaLiga representative. He holds a Degree in Business in Santiago de Compostela University and a MBA in European Business School. Passionate about sports who enjoys his work in this industry but has also developed his career in different sectors such as fashion, health, consulting or banking.

Spanish Food & Beverage in Japan, Singapore and The Philippines

Which challenges is the Spanish F&B industry facing towards the 2021? How the relation Exporter – Importer is changing due to the new limitations? How the sanitary and economic crisis are affecting the Internationalization strategies of our companies? How the Spanish Commercial Offices are adapting their services to accomplish the needs of the New Normal?

On Thursday, November 26, the Spanish Chambers of Commerce in Japan, Singapore and The Philippines organize an online seminar inviting the representatives of the Economic and Commercial Offices and the Internationalization Director at FIAB (Spanish Federation of F&B Industries) to review the current situation of the industry, discover where the business opportunities will be and take a look over the digitalization of their activities.

Event Details
Date: Wednesday, 26 November 2020
Place: Zoom Online Webinar
Time: 4PM (SGT)
Language: English
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, 26 November, 2PM

About the speakers:

· Fernando del Cubo Alvariza, Commercial Attaché for Japan

· José Maria Blasco, Economic and Commercial Counselor for Singapore

· Pedro Pascual, Economic and Commercial Counselor for The Philippines

· Verónica Puente, Internationalization Director at FIAB

The panel discussion will start at 4:00PM (Singapore time) and it will be interactive, so we encourage participants to ask questions to the Commercial Counselors & FIAB representative via the Q&A box.

The Ultimate play-off? Sport vs. Covid-19

The sport market is facing times of change. The effects on the Covid-19 in sport properties have a direct impact not only on revenue but also in the way in which those are managed and structured.

We will start this session with the discussion of two approaches that guide the structure of sport franchises. Then, a framework that explains the professional sport ecosystem will be presented and discussed. The next element of analysis will be the importance of fan engagement which will be evaluated using the South Korean market as an example.

Finally, we will debate on the challenges that sport managers face in the near-future and how sport properties should prepare.

Event Details
Date: Wednesday, 18 November 2020
Place: Zoom Online Webinar
Time: 5:00PM (SGT)
Language: English
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, 18 November, 3:00PM

DIALOGUE – Present Outlook of the Cinema in Spain & Singapore

Linked to the Spanish Film Festival which is taking place in Singapore from 5th to 15th of November, we take advantage of the opportunity to dive into the present moment of both the Spanish and the Singaporean Film Industry.

The Spanish directors Mr Salvador Simó and Ms Belén Funes, whose films “Buñuel in the labyrinth of the Turtles” and “A thief´s daughter” are being screened at the Festival, will share their vision about the Film Industry in Spain and their expectations about the releasing of their films in Singapore. The Singaporean director Mr Jason Lai, whose feature film “Ms J contemplates her choice” stars famous local singer Kit Chan, will participate and share his experience and vision of the Industry in Singapore.

The Dialogue will be conducted by Kenneth Tan, Chairman of the Singapore Film Society, who has an extended knowledge and great experience on the Film Industry in Singapore.

At the end of the Dialogue, we will hold a final Q&A session open to the audience.

It will be held next Thursday 12th of November at 5pm (UTC+8) via ZOOM.

About the speakers

Salvador Simó is a film director and scriptwriter. He has worked in traditional animation for companies such as Disney. He has worked in films like Narnia, Prince Caspian, The Werewolf, Prince of Persia, and the James Bond movie Skyfall. In 2008 he directed a cg animation series in Indonesia, shooting over 500 minutes of film. He has been head of film sequences in the animation feature movie The Jungle Book, as well as in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell no Tales. He is the director of Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles which premiered at the Animation Film Festival of Los Angeles, where he was awarded the Jury Prize. Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles was also awarded in 2019 in the European Academy Film Awards for the Best European Animated Feature Film, and the Goya Awards for Best Animated Film. In 2019 Salvador was awarded with the Cartoon Tribute to the Best European Director on 2019.

Belén Funes studied Film direction at ESCAC in Barcelona following her desire to talk and explain things. After finishing her studies, she travelled to Cuba to continue studying a master degree in fiction writing. Her first job as a director was the short film “Sara a la fuga” which obtained a prize for best director and best short film. Her second short “La inútil” is nominated for best short film by the Premis Gaudi de la Academia del Cinema Catalá. The publication Variety classifies her as one of the most promising international film-makers. Her opera prima “La hija de un ladrón” ( “A thief’s daughter”) won the Silver Shell award for best actress at the Festival in San Sebastian, three Gaudí awards (best director, best non catalan speaking film and best script) and the Goya award for the best novel director. Belen´’s films have been screened in Festivals as Palm Springs, Cairo, London, Chicago, Habana and Shanghai.

Jason Lai is the Head of Content at Oak 3 Films, an established Singapore independent production house. At Oak 3, he spearheads the development of the company’s original film and TV concepts and overseas its program editorial. To date, his TV works have won 2 Mediacorp’s Star Awards and received 3 International Emmy Awards nominations. In 2009, he produced the feature film, Here, which premiered at Cannes International Film Festival. In 2014, he wrote and directed the feature film, Ms J Contemplates Her Choice, which premiered at Singapore International Film Festival and currently showing on Netflix. Some of his earlier notable short film works includes ‘3 Feet Apart’ (Best Animation Film, Bangkok International Film Festival 2004) & ‘The Trouble with Waiting’ (Best Film, Busan Asian Film Festival 2008). Jason’s other experiences in the media sector include adjunct lecturing at local media schools and judging at film & video competitions in Cambodia, Japan, Philippines and Singapore. From 2008 to 2010 Jason served as the President of AIPRO (Association of Independent Producers Singapore). His favourite pastimes are drinking coffee, flying kites and walking his dog.

MODERATOR – Kenneth Tan was elected as chairman of SFS in 1984, and has held the position ever since. His passion for not just movies but the entire ecosystem of Media was seeded in his teenage years, when he spent all his pocket money and spare time catching multiple screenings across islandwide theatres, hanging out with all levels of staff and immersing himself fully in the environment and ethos of Cinema.Today, forty years later, he looks back humbly, gratefully and gladly, on a career that has spanned senior management roles in Acorn, Mediacorp, Golden Village, and IMDA, plus public speaking opportunities in 14 countries on three continents.


How 2020 redefined the way we communicate

2020 changed so many things we couldn’t imagine, and Communication has also gone through some major adjustments. Through online communication tools, we have been able to stay in touch with our loved ones and keep working, but that’s not all, the way we entertain, get informed and engage with brands has also experienced major changes that are shaping the new way we interact in an (every day more) hyper-connected society. 
In this webinar, we will walk you through some of these major changes and how they affect us personally, and professionally when it comes to communicating your brand messages. It’s not what’s going to happen, it’s what’s happening right now.

Event Details
Date: Wednesday, 11 November 2020
Place: Zoom Online Webinar
Time: 5:00PM – 6:30PM (SINGAPORE TIME) 
Language: English
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, 11 November, 3:00PM

About the speakers

Félix Muñoz is a professional in Marketing and Communication, over 30 years leading this area in Coca-Cola, Telefónica (Movistar), and Cepsa, with a history plenty of successes in all of them and always working at the top of innovation, and creating new ways to work. He was President of the Spanish Association of Advertisers, where he created the Effectiveness Awards.
He was named Best Marketing Professional by the Spanish Association of Marketing and has achieved the most important awards in creativity, efficiency and innovation.


Alejandro Vázquez-Guillén has over 20 years of professional experience between Spain and Asia. He has hold top positions being the Director of companies such as Telefónica, Prisa, Facebook and Tuenti. In 2015 he became the CEO of Adglow Asia launching operations in The Philippines, Indonesia, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore.



Álvaro Quesada is an experienced Digital Communications leader with 12 years of experience in content production, strategy, business management across 360 media – Radio, TV, magazines, live music, physical media, websites, forums and social networks. Based in Singapore for almost 7 years, he’s the Business and Marketing Director of Adglow Asia leading the expansion of the company in emerging markets.


How to build your personal brand to land the job you love?

How to build your personal brand to land the job you love?
Wednesday November 4th @12:30pm

Turn your job search around. Learn how to communicate your value. Build your personal brand to land a job you love. 

So, you’ve sent out hundreds of CVs and cover letters, optimized your LinkedIn profile endlessly, sashayed to countless networking events, spoken to recruiters and head-hunters, and weeks or months after, you’ve seen nothing but zero results. 

Join us and Sandra Quelle, Chief Happiness Officer and Career Coach of The Happy Mondays Co, to discover how you can break through the hard-to-crack job search wall and get your foot through the door. 

Get started on the right track to getting hired with advice on the following: 

  • Understand why the ‘usual’ CV doesn’t get interviews. 
  • Learn how to turn the job search around. 
  • Gain clarity on how to identify and communicate your unique selling points. 
  • Build a strong personal brand on LinkedIn that will attract recruiters and companies 
  • Draft a strong answer to the question «tell me about yourself» 

Expect to have a lively and interactive chat with the energetic Sandra Quelle, who’s made her personal mission to create Happy Mondays by empowering individuals with the skills and tools they need to take charge of their careers. 

We’re giving away 3 one-on-one sessions of 30min with Sandra! Be one of the lucky winners who will be picked at the end of the session.