As Southeast Asia continues to gain traction on the international stage, Singapore has become the gateway to the region for international companies looking to establish themselves in the region.
Singapore has established itself as a global business hub thanks to its political stability, highly developed infrastructure, business-friendly policies, respect for intellectual property rights, and a skilled workforce with talent from all around the world.
From logistics and trade, to innovation and sustainability, Singapore is increasingly consolidating itself as the preferred place to do business, particularly post-COVID as the country has reopened responsibly and taken steps to protect and promote economic growth.
Singapore-based corporate leaders […] named sustainability as a top opportunity for building new businesses, followed by the future of work and supply-chain resilience.”
The Singaporean government is actively working to ensure that Singapore remains a strategic trade and financial hub, as well as a regional leader on artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, fintech, big data and sustainability. According to McKinsey, “Singapore-based corporate leaders […] named sustainability as a top opportunity for building new businesses, followed by the future of work and supply-chain resilience.”
What we do in Singapore
Leidar in Singapore is designed to support international companies looking to expand in the region, multinational companies that have regional offices already established in Singapore and Singaporean companies that want to reach international markets. The Leidar international network, with its presence in key global centres, makes that possible.
In addition, Leidar Singapore aims to build on its solid track record of strategic advisory services to meet the increased demand on sustainability reporting and strategic communication on ESG issues.
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Managing Director, APAC