Digitalisation and Infrastructure

October 11, 2018sccs


Event Details


Investments in infrastructure are increasing rapidly in Southeast Asia. Numerous large infrastructure projects are ongoing and upcoming in all countries in the region. The investments are mainly driven by growth and changes in population, geopolitical and environmental factors. This breakfast seminar will provide a wide view of what the infrastructure opportunities in the region are and how Swedish corporations can position themselves to win business.
 
The seminar will focus on:

  • Infrastructure opportunities for Swedish companies in SEA
  • Best practises for interactions with large infrastructure projects to increase chances of winning tenders
  • Success cases from Swedish corporations working on large infrastructure projects

 
The first part will be presented by Björn Savlid, Country Manager for Business Sweden in Vietnam. He will share Business Sweden´s view on how Swedish companies can work together with large Chinese Engineering Procurement and Construction comapnies and what opportunities there are within the larger infrastructure projects in SEA.
 
The second part will be presented by Caspar Baum, Senior Airport Developer at Surbana Jurong working with the Changi expansion. He will share his view on working with large infrastructure projects and where he sees business potential for Swedish solutions at airports like Changi Airport.

In our third part, Patrick Guné Director of Transport & Infrastructure in SEA at WSP, will share his experience from working with Infrastructure both in Singapore and in Sweden and how they differ. He will also share his view on rail projects in SEA, and the most recent developments in the Singapore-Malaysia HSR project, where WSP is the Joint Development Partner supporting both governments.

Date:              Thursday October 11

Time:             8.30-10.15 AM (breakfast is served from 8.15)

Venue:          Nordea Singapore, #09-03, CapitalGreen, 048946, 138 Market Street

Cost:              SwedCham members S$ 25, Guests S$ 40 

RSVP:           Thursday October 4, kindly note that registration is binding and non-refundable.