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Singapour Business Tour 2017 : les villes et les dates de la tournee

A bien des égards, Singapour mérite l’intérêt des stratégies de développement à l’international. Hub économique régional en Asie du Sud Est, Singapour est avant tout un havre de stabilité pour toute société souhaitant investir et se développer en Asie. Reconnu mondialement pour son environnement ‘Business Friendly’, Singapour abrite 60% des sièges régionaux des grands groupes. L’importance et l’efficacité des infrastructures portuaire et aéroportuaire placent Singapour parmi les premiers hubs logistiques mondiaux.

The French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore launches SOCHIC.SG, Singapore’s first digital platform dedicated to French lifestyle, shopping and dining

So Chic combines lifestyle stories, an events calendar and a directory of French luxury, beauty, fashion, interior and gastronomy brands in Singapore.


So Chic goes digital! The first of its kind, So Chic started as a comprehensive print guide of French stores and restaurants in Singapore. Today transformed into a fully digital platform, it aims to keep readers in the know of all things French in Singapore.



Activeo Singapore announces Capital Raise led by Activeo

Activeo, a leading company in Collaboration, Contact Centre and Customer Experience services and solutions, is proud to announce that a capital increase from SGD80K to SGD900K has been made to its subsidiary “Activeo Singapore Pte Ltd”. The move is a prominent indication and proof of the company’s international strategy where in 2015, Singapore was setup formally to address the needs in the Southeast Asia market.


Singapore ranks top in Asia, seventh globally, for innovation

Find out how Asia's top economies placed on the UN's Global Innovation Index 2017


Singapore is ranked seventh on the Global Innovation Index 2017, making it the top place in Asia for innovation. South Korea follows closely as Asia’s runner-up, in 11th place overall, as measured by the annual UN survey.


Pascal Lambert newly elected President of the French Chamber in Singapore

It gives us great pleasure to announce that the French Chamber’s Board of Directors has elected Mr Pascal Lambert, representing Societe Generale, as the new President of the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore.


Mr Lambert is succeeding Mrs Doina Palici-Chehab, outgoing President, who is relocating to Hong Kong as Interim Regional CEO of AXA ASIA.


Singapore to roll out smart data to improve maritime, port operations

Singapore stands among the first port cities in the world to apply sense-making smart data to improve maritime and port operations.


Progressively from this September until January 2018, seven modules of smart data will be rolled out across Maritime Singapore.


These modules have been developed and tested under a joint initiative between the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and IBM.


NuTonomy hopes for second-quarter 2018 launch of paid Singapore self-driving car rides

U.S. self-driving car startup NuTonomy hopes to launch a paid, commercial ride service in Singapore as soon as the second quarter of next year, NuTonomy Chief Executive Karl Iagnemma said on Friday.


Ride services companies are expected to be one of the most important markets for self-driving cars, especially in early years of adoption, when the cost of the technology will likely rule out mass adoption.


Total acquires Maersk Oil for $7.45 billion in a share and debt transaction

Total is pleased to announce that the Boards of Total and A.P. Møller – Mærsk have both approved the acquisition of 100% of the equity of the E&P company Maersk Oil & Gas A/S (Maersk Oil), a wholly owned subsidiary of A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S, by Total in a  share and debt transaction.  

Start life right, stay healthy and live smart

Building up pre-schools, fighting diabetes and becoming a Smart Nation are integral to Singapore's long-term success, says PM Lee


Building up the country's pre-school sector, fighting diabetes and making Singapore a Smart Nation formed the key messages in Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's National Day Rally speech on Sunday.