GLOBAL TRADE VENTURE TO SOUTHEAST ASIA
Dates: August 11-22, 2014 (Register by July 1, 2014)
Cities: Singapore and Jakarta, Indonesia
Economies Driven by Global Trade
With limited native natural resources, the island nations of Singapore and Indonesia rely on international trade to fulfill many of their respective infrastructure needs. While close in proximity, these neighboring countries exhibit significant differences in culture, business and government.
Together, Singapore and Indonesia represent the varying stages of development of the Southeast Asian region. Recognizing the rapid rise in purchasing power and increasing global influence of Southeast Asia and the benefits the region offers to Wisconsin companies looking to launch or expand export initiatives to the area, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is planning a Global Trade Venture to this exciting market.
Please consider joining the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and other Wisconsin business leaders in this Global Trade Venture.
For more information about the WEDC Global Trade Venture or to register for this event, visit WEDC’s website.
If you have questions about this Global Trade Venture, contact:
Market Development Director, WEDC
Mission registration deadline is July 1, 2014.