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.

Sign up today here:

https://www.linkedin.com/events/howtoconquerasiaandsetupyournex6972469266629492736/

First networking event among the Spanish community in Singapore. 16 June 2022

The SpanishCham SG and the Spanish Association of Singapore (AES) have jointly organized the first networking event among the Spanish community in Singapore. The event is especially aimed at all Spanish residents in Singapore. The objective is to expand your professional network and establish new contacts within the Spanish community. 

The event will take place on 16 June 2022, at 6:30 p.m., at Tapas Club Orchard (181 Orchard Rd, #02-13 Orchard Central).  

During the event, a cocktail with Spanish wine and tapas will be served. The price to attend the event is 20 SGD for Members of the SpanishCham or AES, and 30 SGD for non-Members. The price can be paid directly in the restaurant at the beginning of the event. 

For those interested in participating in this event, please confirm attendance before 14 June to this email: info@spanishchamsg.org

Networking event among the Members of the Spanish Chambers of Commerce in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. 27 April 5pm SGT

ONLINE-NETWORKING

Our SpanishCham SG has organized in collaboration with the Spanish Chambers of Commerce in Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam a Networking event among the Members of the mentioned Chambers of Commerce. 

The objective of the event is for all companies Members to meet similar companies in other countries with which they can talk about possible future collaborations, exchange business experiences, comment on business strategies, comment on characteristics of their respective markets, etc. 

The Networking event will take place online on the 27 April at 5pm Singapore Time. 

For more information and registration write to info@spanishchamsg.org 

Webinar: “Using Intellectual Property (IP) to safely navigate in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT)”

Using IP to safely navigate

EuroCham will be co-organising our next webinar on “Using Intellectual Property (IP) to safely navigate in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT)” with South-East Asia IP SME Helpdesk on 13th April (Wednesday) from 4.00 – 5.00 pm. Register for a complimentary ticket here: https://buff.ly/3ISsogN

The concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) has completely transformed the way we perceive connectivity. IoT is connecting billions of intelligent “things” to our fingertips with endless opportunities of implementation across industries such as agriculture for yield production, healthcare for wearables, logistics for real-time tracking and automobiles for self-driving vehicles.

This event aims to offer a detailed overview of the role and future challenges of IP in the rapidly growing field of IoT. Industry experts and company representatives will give their views on the IP landscape and emerging issues in Singapore to help understand which key IP issues businesses should look at within the IoT sector.

New Networking event: Wine and Spanish food products tasting, on Wednesday, March 30.  

The SpanishCham SG organizes on March 30, from 7 pm to 9 pm, a Networking event for Members where we will have a wine tasting and a tasting of Spanish premium food products from two of our Members. 

We will taste 5 wines from the Winery RAVENTOS CODORNÍU, one of the most important wineries in Spain and with international recognition http://www.raventoscodorniu.com/en The tasting will be directed by the oenologist Andrés Soler, with extensive experience in winemaking. 

We will also taste premium Spanish food products (ham, cheese, olives, etc.) distributed in Singapore by the company MISSING SPAIN  https://missingspain.com/   who will present their products. 

The event will take place on Wednesday, March 30, from 7 pm to 9 pm, at the Tapas Club Orchard Central restaurant (181 Orchard Road, #02-13 Orchard Central). 

It is a free event for SpanishCham SG Members only. 

Rising Up in Spain, a program to help foreign startups to enter the Spanish market with the help of a local partner. Webinar on 3 March 2022.

From Invest in Spain (a publicly owned business-oriented entity of the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism) they organize an annual program called Rising Up in Spain, to help foreign startups to enter the Spanish market with the help of a local partner. With the intention of publicizing this program, we have organized a webinar, together with IE, on March 3.

For more information and Registration for this webinar, please click here

Webinar: The role of Multilateral Developments Banks in the Economic Recovery. 14 December 2021 at 5pm SGT.

Webinar: The role of Multilateral Developments Banks in the Economic Recovery. 14 December 2021 at 5pm SGT.

 

This webinar will take place on 14 December 2021 at 5pm SGT and is organized by the Official Spanish Chambers of Commerce in Asia. We will have the distinguished presence as speaker of Mr. Alberto Cerdan, Alternate Executive Director, Asian Development Bank (ADB). 

The reaction of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and what measures were put forward to support regional economies. The role that MDBs have played in facilitating trade flows and regional cooperation before and during the pandemic and what are they doing now to fight the protracted crisis. Looking ahead, what will be their main priorities in the coming years, what type of support will they provide as most economies transit towards middle income status, with very different needs and priorities.