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Mice Asia Net : July 2008
singapore setting up shop in singapore the growth in Mice business in Singapore has seen new companies establish offices in recent times. CMA International Consultants Pte Ltd to set up their Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore. Through this partnership, Kellen Company and CMA aim to provide global solutions to international associations and NGOs and interest their clients to conduct their meetings and business events in Singapore. Leipziger Messe GmbH, organiser of the largest interactive gaming exhibition in Europe – Games Convention (Germany), has also opened an Asia-Pacific office in Singapore. The company intends to leverage on its position in Singapore to further develop Games Convention Asia, which it brought to Singapore in 2007, as well as tap into the Asia-Pacific market for its shows. K ellen Company, one of the world’s largest association management companies with more than 100 association clients, has forged an alliance with Singapore-based Singapore CUlTURal navIgaToR™ TIps The Cultural Navigator™ is an innovative web solution for improving global effectiveness and gaining the competitive advantage. Here are some Cultural Navigator™ tips to keep in mind when doing business in Singapore: • As little separates professional and personal relationships, it is crucial in Singapore to develop a good rapport with local business partners and hosts. • In general, loyalty is a product of family or personal connections in Singapore, not ties to a company. • Singaporeans generally have a fluid, multi-focused approach to time. However, they are also highly conscious of deadlines and the need to complete business deals in a timely manner. • In Singapore, authority and obedience to authority are paramount, reflecting the Singaporean hierarchy orientation toward power. Visit www.culturalnavigator.com. 28 miceAsia.net