SINGAPORE AND INDONESIA TRADE MISSION
2014

Overview
Mission Itinerary
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Previous CGLG Trade Missions
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OVERVIEW

The Council of Great Lakes Governors (CGLG) is leading a multi-sector trade mission to Singapore and Indonesia in conjunction with Singapore International Water Week from May 30-June 7, 2014. The goal of this mission is to assist small to medium sized companies from the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region export products and services to this exciting market. A printable flyer for the mission can be found here

To register for the mission please fill out a Company Profile Form

NEW **The Council is hosting a FREE Water and Waste Water Oppertunities in Singapore and Indonesia Webinar for Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Region Companies on Tuesday, January 14at 10:00 a.m. EST. To register click HERE.**

Mission participants will receive:

  • Customized one-on-one business appointments with interested distributors, agents and other prospective business partners set up by the CGLG's South East Asia Contractor (average 3 – 4 appointments per day).
  • Short market overview including industry sector information and target company profiles.
  • In-country business briefing.
  • Services of CGLG South East Asia Contractor staff throughout the mission.
  • Group airport-hotel-airport ground transportation in Singapore and Jakarta.
  • Assistance with hotel bookings.
  • CGLG staff will assist with follow-up after the mission


WHY SINGAPORE & INDONESIA?

Why Export to Singapore and Indonesia?
 Singapore is one of the most sophisticated industrial, commercial, financial, and consumer economies in the world.
 The World Bank Report “Doing Business 2012” cited Singapore as the world’s easiest place to do business.
 Singapore is a gateway to Southeast Asia. North American manufacturers can find buyers that sell to other Southeast Asian countries.
 Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest economy with 240 million people, 50% of whom are under the age of 30.
 More than 60 million low-income Indonesian workers are projected to join the middle class in the coming decade, significantly increasing the already strong consumer demand.
 In 2012, Indonesia’s GDP grew to nearly $900 billion with a growth of over 6%.

Indonesia Flag _ _Vietnam Flag_ Thailand Flag

If you are not already active in these important markets, now is the time to get started. 

KEY INDUSTRY SECTORS

  • Aerospace
  • Construction
  • Cosmetics 
  • Education/Training Services
  • Enviromental Equipment andTechnologies
  • Electrical Power Systems

  • Franchises
  • Healthcare and Medical Equipment
  • Mining Equipment 
  • Oil and Gas
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Water and Wastewater Equipment

 

TRADE MISSION ITINERARY

REGISTRATION & COSTS

May 30

Depart U.S./Canada for Singapore

 

Registration deadline is March 31, 2014

Mission Participation Fee: $985 per person -Includes group airport-hotel-airport transportation; country briefings; networking events, pre-trip and in-country staff support.

Market Research/Appointment Setting Fees*:

$4,300

*Varies by State/Province you reside in. Grant funding is available in many States to cover a portion of the mission costs.

For additional information, please contact:
Zoë Munro
Program Manager
Council of Great Lakes Governors
Phone: (312) 407-0177
Email: zmunro@cglg.org

June 1

Early AM: Arrive in Singapore

 

June 2

AM: Country Briefing
Individual Business Appointments
PM: Group Networking Dinner

 

June 3

Individual Business Appointments


June 4

AM: Travel to Jakarta, Indonesia
PM: Individual Business Appointments

June 5

AM: Country Briefing
Individual Business Appointments
PM: Group Networking Dinner

 

June 6

Individual Business Appointments

 

June 7

Depart for U.S/Canada

 

 

 
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