iAdvisory Seminar: Doing business in Italy
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Italy has strengths in key sectors which represent collaboration opportunities for Singapore companies.
Traditionally family-owned Italian's fashion and accessories brands are actively looking at expanding in Asia due to stagnant growth in their home market and the rising pool of middle-class consumers in Asia.
In addition, Italy is the second largest manufacturing engine in Europe (after Germany). It hosts many high-tech clusters, some of which are well aligned with the interests of Singapore, like Aerospace, CleanTech, Life Science and Advanced Manufacturing.
Join us to be updated on the latest developments and key sectorial opportunities in Italy.
Find out more about business collaborations and opportunities in Italy and hear it first hand from industry experts on:
- Italy’s economy
- Tax matters
- Business opportunities in Italy
- Business culture and how to conduct business with Italian companies
subject to change without prior notice
|9.30am||Opening Address by IE Singapore|
|9.35am||Remarks by Italian Trade Agency|
|9.40am||Italy’s Macro-economic Overview|
Mr Meghraj Shah, General Manager, Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A Singapore Branch
|10.05am||Legal and Tax Matters|
Ms Wei Lin Tan, Tax Manager, PwC
|10.55am||Business Opportunities in Italy|
Ms Annette Kingden, Business Development Manager, North America & Europe Group, IE Singapore
|11.20am||Business culture and how to conduct business with Italian companies|
Mr Federico Donato, President, ICCS
|11.40am||Panel with Singapore companies|
Mr Wu Hongyi, Centre Director, North America & Europe Group, IE Singapore
Mr Vaibhav Dabhade, Co-Founder & CEO, Anchanto Pte Ltd
Mr Ernie Koh, Executive Director, Sales & Marketing, KODA Ltd
Mr Luciano Pezzotta, Co-Founder, Digitaltech International
Mrs Gabriella Funaro, Architect Researcher, ENEA
Who Should Attend:
CXOs, Business Owners of SMEs and key decision makers with interest in the Italian market from the following sectors:
Consumer – companies sourcing design capabilities from Italy; including fashion retail and furniture.
Logistics – e-fulfillment services for Italian brands venturing into Asia.
Technology – companies in the areas of Aerospace, CleanTech, Life Science and Advanced Manufacturing keen on exploring technology partnerships.