In the framework of the Enterprise Europe Network, they announce the third call of the Multisectoral Virtual Trade Mission to Indonesia and Singapore.
The Ministry of Innovation, Industry, Transport and Commerce and the Cantabria Chamber of Commerce announced the third call for the 2020 International Promotion Action Plan.
Within the framework of this call, a Virtual Agenda Service – Multisectoral Virtual Trade Mission to Indonesia and Singapore is included.
This call, which takes place within the framework of the Enterprise Europe Network, has as final objective the realization of multisectoral virtual agendas and meetings with potential clients or importers from Indonesia and Singapore.
This activity will count with the collaboration of the Economic and Commercial Offices of Spain that will be in charge of the individual agendas in which the participating companies will work.
The meetings will be virtual and will be adapted to the profile and needs of the participating countries.
Each company will have the opportunity to meet virtually with potential clients and organizations from other countries, these established prior to a participation form in the meeting where they determine their profile and interests.
- Enterprise Europe Network helps companies to innovate and grow internationally.
- It is the world’s largest support network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with international ambitions.
- The network is active in more than 60 countries worldwide.
- It brings together 3,000 experts from more than 600 member organizations, all recognized for their excellence in business support.
Singapore in Context
Singapore is a city-state with a total population of 5.6 million inhabitants.
It has legal certainty similar to that of any developed western country and has positioned itself in recent years as a hub for business, commercial and technological operations throughout the Asia Pacific.
With a per capita income of more than 60,000 US dollars, the economy has been growing positively since the last crisis (2010) at an average of 3.5%.
However, recent recorded a downturn attributed to the Covid-19 pandemic.