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International Enterprise (IE) Singapore


About International Enterprise (IE) Singapore

International Enterprise (IE) Singapore is an agency under Ministry of Trade and Industry spearheading development of Singapore's external economic wing. Our mission is to promote overseas growth of Singapore-based enterprises and international trade. With a global network of more than 30 locations and our "3C" framework of assistance - Connections, Competency, Capital, IE offer services to help enterprises export, develop business capabilities, find overseas partners and enter new markets. At the same time, IE work to position Singapore as a base for foreign businesses to expand into the regionin partnership with Singapore-based companies.

International Enterprise (IE) Singapore in recent news

International Enterprise (IE) Singapore in News

Intercontinental Exchange Appoints Brink’s as Vault Operator and Metalor as Assayer for Gold Futures Contract at ICE Futures Singapore
Business Wire IndiaIntercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE), the leading global network of exchanges and clearing houses, today announced that ICE Futures Singapore has appointed Brink’s as the approved vault operator for the physically delivered ICE one-kilo Gold futures contract and that Metalor will provide assayer services.

Growing Number of Singapore Incorporated Companies Expanding Overseas: Singapore Incorporation
This month SPRING Singapore has announced a growing trend of regional expansion among Singaporean startups. This announcement sheds light on the country’s various initiatives that encourage overseas expansion of business, says Singapore Incorporation

Singapore Companies Continue to Invest in India
In spite of short term challenges, Singapore companies are optimistic about India’s longer term prospects, says Singapore company registration specialist Rikvin. As communicated in the WEF Global Competitiveness Index 2013, India was the least stellar of the BRICS economies, coming in at 59th place. Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa came in at 56th, 64th, 29th and 53rd place respectively

Singapore's Water Industry Doubles to 100 Companies
Since being identified as a strategic growth industry in 2006, Singapore's water sector has experienced rapid growth, with the total number of companies doubling from 50 to about 100. Over the same period, Singapore-based water companies also securedover 100 international projects worth close to S$9 billion

International Experts Commend Progress of Research & Development in Singapore's Water Industry
The International Advisory Panel (IAP) on Singapore's Environment and Water Technology industry commented on the excellent progress that the Singapore water industry has made in the last five years. The panel held its annual meeting on 8 July 2011,as part of the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW)

New Projects in Singapore's Water Industry Since 2006 will Add S$590 Million to GDP and 2,300 Jobs
The Singapore water industry has shown significant progress since it was identified as a strategic growth area in 2006. To date, Singapore is home to a thriving water industry of more than 70 local and international companies

Singapore Filmmakers Attend American Film Market
As part of efforts to internationalise Singapore's media sector, the Media Development Authority (MDA) and International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore) will jointly lead a delegation of 11 Singapore companies on a business mission to Hollywood in conjunction with the American Film Market, which will take place in Santa Monica, United States, from 3 to 10 November

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