10 Singaporean companies to explore business opportunities in Kuching

The Sarawak Trade and Tourism Office (Statos) premises in Singapore.

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KUCHING, May 19: A delegation comprising representatives from ten prominent enterprises from Singapore will be visiting the State from May 19 to 23 to explore business opportunities with Sarawak companies.

Amongst the brands represented are Old Chang Kee (curry puffs), Swatow Seafood Restaurant, NK Robotics (education), Huajian Machinery (machinery parts), Yuquan Language School, Young and Fun Academy, Furen International School, and Astro Express Logistics. Representatives will also share their experiences and knowledge with Sarawak-based entrepreneurs during the visit.

Organised by Talentnet Advisory Services and supported by Sarawak Trade and Tourism Office Singapore (Statos), the visit will offer opportunities for Sarawak-based enterprises to explore business cooperation and build bridges for further growth as more markets reopen following the relaxation of travel restrictions worldwide.


According to a press statement from Statos, registration for the event is free and business executives are advised to register prior to the date due to limited seats.

Amongst the topics to be explored are experiences in overcoming the pandemic, applications of novel Blue Ocean strategies for survival during the pandemic, and expectations of travellers in the post-pandemic period.

In addition to the B2B and networking sessions, the event will also feature sharing by UOB and local professional firms on banking and corporate services to further enhance the experience of the participants.

Ministry of Tourism, Creative Industry and Performing Arts permanent secretary Hii Chang Kee has also been invited to share with the delegation about the Sarawak-MM2H (Malaysia My Second Home) programme.

Statos, established since 2019, has been actively bringing international firms and tourism related businesses to Sarawak as well as showcasing Sarawak-based products to the world.

Based in Singapore, the Statos office provides direct linkages to numerous Sarawak companies and tourism providers for international companies looking for business opportunities in Sarawak. This event in Kuching will be amongst the many that Statos will be organising in the coming months.

Those interested are welcome to visit the Statos website (statos.com.sg) for the latest information.

Members of the Sarawak business community who are interested to participate in the B2B session scheduled for May 20 at Pullman Hotel Kuching are requested to contact Frederick Ho at 019 227 0018 or email Statos at kenny.lau@statos.com.sg. — DayakDaily