Singapore emerges as global hub for brands and businesses

Singapore is solidifying its position as a global hub for brands and businesses, capitalising on its strategic location, robust intellectual property (IP) regime, and a diverse professional talent pool.

With the ASEAN economy expected to become the world’s fourth-largest by 2030, the city-state has become a preferred destination for multinational corporations seeking regional expansion, and new entrants eyeing growth beyond their home markets.

Companies like V3 Group, Razer, and Neste have leveraged Singapore’s well-regarded IP ecosystem to protect their innovations and facilitate their expansion.

The city-state is also set to host the International Trademark Association’s 2023 Annual Meeting Live+, offering attendees a first-hand experience of Singapore’s strategic business advantages.

This move aligns with Singapore’s efforts under the IP Strategy 2030 initiative to bolster its position as a global IP and innovation hub.

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Chief of Staff Asia