ATLANTA, GA– October 11, 2016–The U.S. Commercial Service, in partnership with Singapore Management University, this week announced a new program designed to help increase exposure for companies that take part in the FinTech Festival as an official delegate.
The U.S. FinTech Solutions Showcase, provides delegates a platform to present their company and their product to an auditorium of more than 200 expected attendees consisting of potential partners, investors and Singapore government representatives. Conducted in a “Ted Talk” style, the U.S. FinTech Solutions Showcase is an innovative addition to the highly anticipated week of events to take place November 14 – 18.
“As part of this we will be promoting all of our delegates to our extensive list of family offices and institutional investors and making introductions for interested parties,” said Ryan Hollowell, Regional Commercial Officer for the U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Embassy in Singapore. “The conference and the attendees will span throughout the region and will highlight utilizing Singapore as a platform for ASEAN.”
Business delegates joining the U.S. Commercial Service will also have access to an exclusive networking reception and opportunity to meet the U.S. Ambassador to Singapore, Kirk Wagar. On Friday delegates will participate in the RegTech Forum which will feature regulators from all 10 ASEAN countries.
The registration deadline has been extended. Companies that are interested in being part of the official delegation are asked to complete all parts of the registration process by Monday, October 17, 2016.
To register your interest, please go to: http://2016.export.gov/asean/events/fintech/index.asp.
If you have additional questions, please contact Clint Brewer, Commercial Officer, U.S. Commercial Service – Atlanta, GA.
U.S. Commercial Service
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