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Enterprise Nation's British Go Global Trade Mission to Singapore


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This mission to Singapore in September 2017 is focused on digital, tech and creative businesses.

Singapore, ranked by the World Bank as the easiest place in the world to start, run and do business, is the UK's largest trading partner in South East Asia, with two thirds of British exports to the region heading into Singapore.

It is the perfect location for ambitious British brands with benefits including a common language, strong historical ties and similar business and legal practices. It is also recognised as having Asia's strongest intellectual property protection, with a highly skilled and educated local population.

The three-day mission from 20-24 September is open to just 25 brands who will gain:

- an understanding of the creative technology landscape in Singapore

- the ins and outs of tax, legal, trade and finance process and systems

- opportunity to make sales, connections and collaborations with local agencies, government representatives, accelerators and your fellow mission goers

- meetings with entrepreneurs who will share their learnings and successes

Wednesday 20 September - Meet at Heathrow at 9am. Depart on Singapore Airlines SQ317

Thursday 21 September

Land in Singapore at 7.30am local time

11.00am: Let's get down to business!

Jamie Camidge of Muru-D outlines how the Telstra backed accelarator is supporting start-ups across Singapore with innovative technology and global growth plans.

1.00pm - 2.00pm: Singapore, the gateway to Asia

Ross Hunter from the UK-ASEAN Business Council explains how Singapore can be used as a base to explore many markets in Asia

2.00pm - 4.00pm: Doing business in Singapore: The ins and outs

Experts at KPMG walk you through tax, legal and trade processes plus you'll get a tour of the KPMG Digital Village, a collaborative eco-system driving the integration and adoption of innovative solutions.

4.00pm-5.00pm: Raising funds to export and expand

Experts at HSBC explain how to manage your finances and raise funds in Singapore.

Friday 22 September

9.00am-11.30am: Space and support to start and grow

Morning tours of:

Singtel Innov8: A corporate venture capital fund with its own set of decision-making, approval and funding processes. It has a fund size of US$250m.

SPRING start-up space: A vibrant space supporting innovation and sustainability

Level3: The place to get connected. Level 3 provides scalable connections and a comprehensive portfolio of services that help enable application performance, data security and network efficiency in Asia.

12.00pm: How Singapore government can help you set up in business and offer you business!

With representatives from the Economic Development Board and the one stop e-procurement portal, GeBIZ.

1.00pm: Creative afternoon with Iris Worldwide

Meet local partners and solve a creative challenge with one of the world's most creative agencies. Could your solutions help their global clients?

6.00pm: Evening reception at Iris Worldwide with local media and partners

Saturday 23 September

9.00am Brits in Singapore hosted at Adelphi Digital

Hear from local entrepreneurs on how they've been there and done it, offering you top tips and advice on how to do business in Singapore.

Margaret Manning, Adelphi Digital

Tim Webb, Sequebb

Free afternoon

11.55pm: Return flight, Singapore Airlines SQ322

Sunday 24 September

05:55am: Land at London Heathrow

Book your ticket now to secure a place on what is set to be a productive and profitable mission. Please note it is possible to pay a £500+VAT deposit only and be invoiced the full amount two months prior to the event.

This deposit is non-refundable.

PLEASE NOTE: Travel and accommodation are included in the ticket price. You may be able to apply for match funding from the Department for International Trade. Contact Enterprise Nation for more information.

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