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Cross-border Collaboration between ASEAN and Other Regions
May 26, 2020
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM (Asia/Singapore)

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Venue: Zoom Webinar (You will receive details via email following successful registration.)

Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5115900297957/WN_N6QgktL6SbGh7oWQCudFOw

Cross-border collaboration between the ASEAN region and India, UK, Denmark & Sweden

The SFF Green Shoots Series is honoured to be joined by High Commissioners and Ambassadors in Singapore representing India, UK, Denmark and Sweden, who will deliver crisp insights on their startup ecosystems and opportunities for collaboration. This global session will delve into:

  • Economic overview: India, UK, Denmark and Sweden
  • Government initiatives to support entrepreneurs and startups – domestic and international
  • Insights on the digitisation of the economy and trade with a focus on the role digitisation will play in the recovery post COVID-19
  • Cross-border partnership opportunities for startups – in the ASEAN Region and across India, UK, Denmark and Sweden
  • Insight into how consumers and SMEs will interact with financial services in a low touch economy
  • Sustainable finance in a post COVID-19 world and the role of tech in green finance

Speakers:

  • Mr Jawed Ashraf, High Commissioner of India to Singapore
  • Ms Kara Owen CVO, British High Commissioner to the Republic of Singapore
  • Ms Dorte Bech Vizard, Ambassador of Denmark to Singapore and Ambassador of Denmark to Brunei (non-resident)
  • Mr Niclas Kvarnström, Ambassador of Sweden to Singapore

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