Nuevo Webinario: Oportunidades de negocio en Asia-Pacífico para las compañías españolas después de la pandemia. 29 Sept. 2021

Las Cámaras de Comercio Oficiales de España en Singapur, Japón, Corea, Hong Kong, Filipinas, India y Australia organizan conjuntamente un webinario sobre las oportunidades de negocio en Asia-Pacífico para las compañías españolas después de la pandemia. Por cada Cámara de Comercio habrá un ponente que explicará las oportunidades de negocio en su respectivo mercado. El webinario será presentado por el Presidente de FEDECOM (Federación de Cámaras Oficiales de Comercio de España en Europa, África, Asia y Oceanía). 

El webinario tendrá lugar el miércoles 29 de Septiembre 2021 a las 16,00 horas de Singapur (10,00 horas en España).

Los Ponentes

Eduardo Barrachina. Presidente de FEDECOM (Federación de Cámaras Oficiales de Comercio de España en Europa, África, Asia y Oceanía).

Irune Berrio. Fundadora & Directora General 3S Nexus. Member of  The Spanish-Singaporean Chamber of Commerce

María José Rodríguez. Presidenta The Spanish-Australian Chamber of Commerce

Ramón Abalo Costa. Director & Secretario The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Óscar Esteban. Presidente Indo Spanish Chamber of Commerce

Guillermo Gutiérrez. Presidente The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Japan

Tomás Ibáñez. Miembro del Comité The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines

Minah Oh. Secretaria General The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in South Korea

WEBINARIO: ¨Seguridad Social y Fiscalidad de españoles residentes en Singapur¨

La Cámara de Comercio de España en Singapur (SpanishCham SG) en colaboración con la Asociación Española de Singapur (AES) organizan el día 23 septiembre 2021, a las 17,00 horas de Singapur, un Webinario sobre ¨SEGURIDAD SOCIAL Y FISCALIDAD DE ESPAÑOLES RESIDENTES EN SINGAPUR¨.

El Webinario va dirigido a todos los españoles residentes en Singapur que deseen aclarar importantes temas como los siguientes; ¿Cómo va a afectar a mi futura pensión en España los años que he trabajado y cotizado en el extranjero y no he aportado a la Seguridad Social Española?; aunque vivamos en el extranjero ¿seguimos teniendo los mismos derechos a la cobertura sanitaria de la Seguridad Social española?; ¿Es conveniente suscribir un ¨Convenio Especial¨ con la Seguridad Social española durante el tiempo que trabaje en el extranjero?; ¿Cómo afecta en su fiscalidad y en su futura pensión de jubilación a las parejas que han seguido a los expatriados a residir a Singapur, pero que no están trabajando en Singapur?; ¿Me afecta en algo a la hora de cobrar mi jubilación española si me jubilo en el extranjero?; ¿Cuáles son mis obligaciones fiscales en España mientras resida en el extranjero y tenga residencia fiscal en Singapur?; Principales particularidades del ¨Tratado de Doble Imposición entre España y Singapur¨; ¿Qué derechos puedo tener en Singapur como PR o Residente en cuanto a una posible pensión de jubilación?; ¿Cuáles son mis obligaciones fiscales en Singapur?; etc.

Para aclarar estos y otros temas relacionados, contaremos con la presencia de destacados ponentes de las Firmas PwC España y Luther LLP. Singapur.

 

PROGRAMA DEL WEBINARIO

17,00 h.       Presentación del Webinario: SpanishCham SG y AES

17,10 h.       Eva Pons. Senior Manager de People & Organisation en PwC

Título de ponencia: “Obligaciones fiscales en España de trabajadores desplazados a Singapur”.

17,20 h.       Francisco Cano. Inmigración y Compliance. SS internacional en PwC

Título de ponencia: “Trámites migratorios y de seguridad social internacional en desplazamientos temporales a Singapur”.

17,30 h.        Luciano Muriel Hernández. Director de PwC Tax & Legal Services

Título de ponencia: “Derechos, prestaciones y obligaciones en materia sanitaria y de seguridad social de trabajadores españoles en Singapur”.

17,40 h.      Verónica Irazábal. Associate Lawyer Spanish Desk. LUTHER LLP.

Título de ponencia: ¨Derechos y obligaciones fiscales en Singapur para los residentes españoles¨

17,50 h.       Preguntas de los asistentes

18,05 h.       Fin del webinario.

 

Los Ponentes

Eva Pons

Senior Manager de People & Organisation en PwC.

Licenciada en Derecho por la Universidad de Zaragoza, Master en Tributación y Módulo en Compensación y Beneficios por el Centro de Estudios Garrigues. Miembro del Colegio de Abogados de Madrid.

Con más de 14 años de experiencia, Eva ha formado parte del equipo de People & Organisation, especializada en el asesoramiento fiscal a personas, en su sentido más amplio. Cuenta con gran experiencia en el asesoramiento fiscal a expatriados, diseños de planes de retribución (flexible, incentivos a largo plazo, etc) y asesoramiento fiscal en el ámbito de la compensación, en empresas multinacionales.

Email: eva.pons.aranzana@pwc.com

Tel.: +34 646 266 173

 

Luciano Muriel Hernández

Diector de PwC Tax & Legal Services

Licenciado en Derecho y diplomado en Relaciones Internacionales por la Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE). Máster en Asesoría Jurídica por el Instituto de Empresa y MBA por ESADE. Miembro del Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid.

Se incorporó al Departamento de Derecho Laboral y de Seguridad Social de PwC Madrid en Septiembre de 2008. Especialista en asesoramiento laboral y de Seguridad Social integral a empresas y en relaciones laborales, tanto para clientes nacionales como internacionales, incluyendo constitución de Compañías, contratación, negociación, revisión de políticas laborales, materias relacionadas con representantes de los trabajadores, reestructuración de Compañías y cualquier asesoramiento laboral y de seguridad social relacionado con movilidad internacional.

Email: luciano.muriel.hernandez@es.pwc.com

Tel.: +34 608 352 468

 

Francisco Cano

Inmigración y Compliance Seguridad Social Internacional en PwC

Diplomado en Relaciones Laborales por la Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Con más de 13 años de experiencia, ha formado parte del equipo de Inmigración y Seg.Social internacional de People & Organisation, especializado en el asesoramiento migratorio y de compliance de Seg.Social internacional, en su sentido más amplio.

Email: Francisco.cano.cuellar@pwc.com

Tel.: +34 689 25 47 57

 

Verónica Irazábal

Associate Lawyer Spanish Desk en LUTHER LLP. Singapur

Estudió Derecho en la Universidad de Deusto en Bilbao, antes de completar el Máster de Acceso a la Abogacía en la Universidad Internacional de La Rioja y obtener el título de abogada en mayo de 2016. Inicialmente, trabajó como asesora jurídica de una start-up en Madrid antes de cursar un máster en Acción Humanitaria en las universidades de Deusto y Uppsala en Suecia. En 2018, se trasladó a Londres, donde inicialmente trabajó para un despacho de abogados español, y más tarde se unió a un equipo legal de una empresa inglesa donde trabajó principalmente en asuntos comerciales, corporativos y de compliance. Se incorporó a Luther en febrero de 2020.

Verónica asesora principalmente a clientes europeos e hispanohablantes en Singapur. Sus áreas de experiencia incluyen la protección de datos, inmigración, empleo y el derecho de sociedades en Singapur.

Email: Veronica.Salcedo@luther-lawfirm.com

Tel.: +65 6408 8200

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Webinario: con la Oficina Económica y Comercial de España en Singapur

Webinario con la Oficina Económica y Comercial de España en Singapur
 
ICEX España Exportación e Inversiones junto con la Oficina Económica y Comercial de España en Singapur y Casa Asia, organizan un webinario en el que se analizarán en detalle las oportunidades y retos que afrontan las empresas a la hora de exportar a Singapur o de establecerse e invertir en la ciudad Estado, y conocer los instrumentos específicos que se están poniendo en marcha para nuestras empresas, especialmente PYMES y empresas tecnológicas e innovadoras, en los sectores de mayor interés, así como la experiencia directa de empresas españolas con casos recientes de éxito en los mercados de Singapur y Sudeste Asiático.
 
POR QUÉ PARTICIPAR
 
Asia y Sudeste Asiático se confirman como mercados especialmente dinámicos en la coyuntura actual, con Singapur manteniendo el segundo puesto a nivel mundial (tras Nueva Zelanda) por tercer año consecutivo como país donde es más sencillo realizar negocios, según señaló el Banco Mundial en su informe “Doing Business 2020”.
 
Las dificultades económicas y comerciales actuales suponen también la aparición de nuevas oportunidades en Singapur para las empresas españolas en sectores tan variados como el F&B, foodtech, digitalización, sanidad, ciberseguridad, manufactura avanzada, e-commerce, tratamiento de residuos, infraestructuras, vehículo eléctrico, ciudades inteligentes, logística, economía verde y sostenible, etc.
 
Por otra parte, en Singapur hay establecidas alrededor de 100 filiales de empresas españolas aunque cada vez más emprendedores españoles lanzan sus propios proyectos en Singapur, ya que a pesar de los obstáculos de movilidad y conectividad que las circunstancias actuales están ocasionando, Singapur sigue tratando de erigirse como hub comercial, logístico, financiero, tecnológico y de innovación para toda la zona de Sudeste Asiático, manteniendo su referencia como dinamizador del multilateralismo y el comercio internacional.
 
Si desea ampliar sus conocimientos sobre las oportunidades en el país no dude en inscribirse a este webinario donde podrá además resolver todas sus dudas en el turno de preguntas y respuestas.
 
La actividad va dirigida exclusivamente a empresas españolas interesadas en la internacionalización de sus productos y servicios.
 
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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.

PROGRAMA DEL WEBINARIO

  • 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
  • PREGUNTAS
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Hiring employees in Singapore

Over the past few months, the Singapore government has introduced a tightening of rules for business to employ foreign individuals, as part of the efforts to ensure equal and fair job opportunities for Singaporeans. As part of these efforts, the Ministry of Manpower (“MOM”) has been regularly increasing the salary criteria that individuals must meet in order to be allowed to work in Singapore. In the year 2020 alone, the minimum qualifying salary for Employment Pass and SPass Holders was increased twice. Join us in this webinar on 27th April 2021 at 17,00 hours Singapore time, where we will navigate through these changes and outline the overall criteria to hire foreign and local employees in Singapore, as well as provide you with an overview of the support and measures available for businesses to reduce costs and manage their manpower. About the speakers Veronica Salcedo studied law at the University of Deusto in Spain, before completing her Master’s degree in Legal Practice at the International University of La Rioja and gaining admission to the Spanish bar in May 2016. She initially worked as a legal advisor to a Spanish start-up company in Madrid before undertaking a further Master’s degree in Humanitarian Action at the Universities of Deusto in Spain and Uppsala in Sweden. In 2018, she moved to London where she initially worked for a Spanish law firm, and later joined an in-house legal team where she primarily worked on commercial, corporate and compliance matters. She joined Luther in February 2020. Veronica primarily advises Spanish-speaking and European clients in Singapore. Her areas of expertise include data protection, immigration, employment, and corporate law. Raina Chugani graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2014 and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2015. Previously a commercial litigation lawyer, Raina has experience in both contentious and non-contentious areas of law. Raina acts for clients from a wide range of industries. Her practice includes corporate transactions involving mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and investments as well as commercial transactions involving software, franchising, distribution and technology-related matters. Raina is also regularly engaged in general corporate advisory matters, including employment related matters.

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.

PROGRAMA

DIA MARTES 23 DE MARZO 2021


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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Strategies to enhance your branding in 2021 that you can’t ignore!

As 2021 will definitely be a challenging year for recovery and adapt to new normal scenarios, communication will be an important part of the redefinition of the world and companies. Organized by the Spanish-Singaporean Chamber of Commerce with the support of Tinkle International and Takk, we would love to invite you to this first webinar of 2021 to talk about new needs for brand on 2021 to remain attractive and engaging for society, particularly under the Covid-19 situation:

Strategies to enhance your branding in 2021 that you can’t ignore!

What is a love brand? How companies can humanize communications without losing purpose? In this session we will talk about new trends for 2021 and the best way to approach them with disruptive communications strategies, from external to internal points of view. We will also talk about how Singapore and Spain are approaching this new normal comms scenario: purpose, humanization, trust, creativity. As human being, our relationships depends on how we communicate and with whom, so how we communicate represents a foodprint for each company or leader and represents the way the world and our audience identifies ourselves.

The webinar will count with the participation of Ms. Laura Sánchez, workplace and people Experience Leader at Takk, Bavisha Assodani, Account Manager at Tinkle International and Siti  Nurhasyimah, Digital Account Manager.

Ms. Gema Blasco, Managing Director at Tinkle International, will do a welcome speech to the session and Ms. Claudia Safont, Team Leader at Tinkle International, will moderate the webinar.

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

It will be held on 3rd February at 5pm SGP hour / 10am Spain hour, via ZOOM.

About the speakers

Ms. Bavisha Assodani is an Account Manager at Tinkle International. She handles Tinkle’s digital marketing and PR client accounts across Singapore and the Philippines. Her clients range from lifestyle, tourism, finance, tech, and luxury retail industries to F&B. Having more than 5 years of agency experience, she is well versed with the business landscape in the region and is always ready to adapt to the next big thing in the communications space.When she’s not obsessing about the latest trends, Bavisha enjoys listening to podcasts, and stalking celebrities on Instagram. If you find her glued to the screen, she’s probably bingewatching a 90s chick flick or deep in some true crime rabbit hole.

 

Ms. Siti  Nurhasyimah, as a Digital Marketing Specialist for Tinkle International since 2018, Siti is well-versed in digital strategy and social media marketing. Her 4-year career in marketing communications spans across various aspects such as media buying, branding and content marketing. Her expertise lies in the APAC region, as she manages a dynamic range of accounts in sectors like Luxury Retail, Tourism, Hospitality and F&B. Siti is passionate about growth hacking and helping businesses establish a solid online presence. In her spare time, you can catch her reading a book and sipping coffee at a local cafe.

 

 

 

Ms. Laura Sánchez, before joining Takk, which is part of the Tinkle ecosystem, Laura worked in the media and in PR agencies dealing with marketing, consumer and corporate affairs. Specializing in internal communications and employee engagement strategies, she also worked in the Corporate Communications department at Tinkle Barcelona. Laura is a guest lecturer on the Corporate Communications Management and Digital Marketing Master’s degree at EAE and has a degree in Business Management from the Universidad de Zaragoza. She also has a Master’s degree in Corporate Communications Management from UPC in Catalonia.

 

About the moderators

Ms. Gema Blasco, before founding Tinkle International and moving to Singapore in 2013, she completed her career as a tax lawyer for more than 20 years as a partner of the tax area, and head of international taxation, of Gómez-Acebo and Pombo, senior manager of PWC, Manager of Coopers & Lybrand and lawyer of Folchi and Associated Lawyers.

Currently, she collaborates actively with the equal-ark equinotherapy program for the reintegration of children and young people at risk of social exclusion of the ministry of social affairs and family of the Government of Singapore and is patron of the foundation for the promotion of equastrian sport in Madrid. In her stage as a lawyer, she combined legal practice with teaching and academic activity, as associate professor of tax law at the University of Barcelona, in the Joan-Francesc pont chair of tax law. Graduated in law from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, with a stay at the Univeristà di Bologna, and a Master’s Degree in Business Law from the University Pompeu Fabra.

Ms. Claudia Safont, before joining Tinkle as Team leader & Office Mentoring for Tinkle Singapore, she developed her career in various media, including La Vanguardia and as a correspondent for the EFE Agency in Buenos Aires. In addition, she has worked in different internal communication departments of national companies, including Gas Natural Fenosa. sHe has 10 years of experience in the tourism sector and 7 years linked to digital marketing.

Currently she also collaborates as a teacher at the Ramon Llull University. She has a degree in Journalism from the Blanquerna-Ramon Llull School of Communication and specializes in corporate communication and digital branding from the UOC and has an MBA from the EAE business school.

 

DIALOGUE – Spain & Singapore Food Nations

Following the series of our Spain and Singapore Dialogues, organized by the Embassy of Spain and the Spanish-Singaporean Chamber of Commerce, in which we want to discuss issues of common interest for both countries, we would like to invite you to our new Dialogue, on Food Nations:

Spain & Singapore Food Nations
15 December, 5pm (SG Time) / 10am (Spain Time)

In this webinar we will talk about the strengths and challenges of Spain and Singapore as food nations and how both countries have been managing the challenging situation of the Covid-19: production, imports, exports and food security. Food represents a cultural identity for our two countries not only as the most relevant ingredient of our great gastronomies but also through the diets, tapas, hawkers, etc. that are key elements of our social lifestyle.

Spain and Singapore may be much closer than it appears on the map.

The Dialogue will count with the participation of Ms. María Naranjo, Director for Food, Gastronomy and Wines at ICEX Trade and Investment; Mr. Kevin Khng, Senior Director/International Relations at the Singapore Food Agency.

The Spanish chef Ager Urigüen and Singaporean chef (Dr) Heman Tan will also join the panel discussion.

Ms. Almudena Mínguez, Counsellor for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food at the Embassy of Spain in Singapore, will moderate this session.

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

It will be held on 15th of December at 5pm SGP time / 10am Spain time, via ZOOM.

About the speakers

Ms. María Naranjo has been a civil servant for the last twenty five years. She studied Law and Business in Madrid Jesuit University and specialized in Monetary Economics in Stanford University.

Within the Ministry of Economy she has worked with Multilateral Financial Institutions (IDB, Regional Development Banks) and also served as Chief of Staff to the President of the Competition Authority. Most of her carrier is linked to ICEX and the internationalization of SME. She has been involved with Human Capital and Information programs, specially with ICEX Young Professional Program, and also with all the advisory and training tools this Agency has. For the last four years Maria has been in charge of the Agrifood Sector, designing and implementing activities aimed at promoting the Food & Drink industry abroad.

Mr. Kevin Khng is Senior Director of the International Relations Division of the Singapore Food Agency (SFA). His responsibilities include overseeing SFA’s various international and bilateral engagements. He has held this position since Mar this year. Prior to this, Kevin was Deputy Director in the International Policy Division of the Ministry of Sustainability and Environment, and has held various positions in the Public Utilities Board prior to that. Altogether, Kevin has more than 20 years of experience in the Public Service.

Kevin graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Science (2nd Upper Honours). He also holds a Master of Science from a collaborative programme between the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and Stanford University.

Mr Ager Urigüen  should have been a lawyer, but a job at a Mongolian barbeque restaurant in Dublin changed all that…

Determined to be a chef, Ager returned from Ireland to Bilbao and began a ‘strenuous’ 16-month training period. He worked at some of the best restaurants in the city, like La Pérgola, The Guggenheim restaurant and La Cuchara de Euskalduna whilst spending his evenings at a private school earning his cooking diploma.

In 2013, Chef Ager became owner and head chef of Txokoa which he translates as a ‘house to gather in’ from his native Basque language, considered one of the best tapas restaurants in Berlin.

Chef (Dr) Heman Tan is the COO and co-founder of Hillier Group Pte Ltd. Under his lead, Moonbow, a modern European and Asian Influence restaurant was born.

Having accumulated more than 35 years of culinary experience, Chef Heman Tan is a man of many talents. With his passion for being a competitive triathlete, he is also a celebrated ceramist with works that has been displayed at the Singapore Sculpture Square and The Arts House. Not to mentioned, he is the last student of Late Dr Ng Eng Teng, Singapore’s prominent sculptor.

About the moderator

Ms. Almudena Mínguez is the Counsellor of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Spain for South East Asia since 2016. Prior to this role, she was posted in China for 4 years as Attacheé of Environment, Rural and Marine Affairs. For the past 8 years, she has therefore been committed to bringing Spain and Asia closer together in these fields.

Almudena holds a Degree in Veterinary Medicine from University Complutense of Madrid and is a Civil Servant of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Spain.

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.