The parallelogram with its four triangles depicts Singapore’s economic sectors, with the red triangle representing the dynamic Trade & Industry.
Of the two winding curves, the wider one in a lighter shade of red symbolizes our progressive Singapore economy. Tied to its economic fluctuations is the thinner curve in dark red representing Trade & Industry. Both meandering curves align and move upwards together as one, tapering to more deliberate and focused heights of excellence in their journey of progress.
The Trade Industry Association has also been translated into three other languages - Mandarin, Malay and Tamil. These are the four official languages in Singapore. English is the language of business, and Malay the national language.
Committed to an ever growing and top-tier nation, TIAS, set in its core values Integrity, Honesty and Resilience, focuses on four primary essential objectives.
1. To promote trade and industry opportunities to our members from different trades and industries;
2. To act as a platform of recognition and acknowledgement to outstanding individuals and organisations within Singapore’s business arena;
3. To provide a professional source for business networking, sharing of corporate knowledge and compliances;
4. Lastly, to foster a vision of business excellence among our members - upholding Singapore’s pride as a country of great value.
Vision – Into the 21st Century, TIAS directs toward a globalised world of resources and communication. In the course of spearheading into the future, we are purposed at creating value in service, in integrity and most of all, in generating awareness for a brighter future in the Trade & Industry.
All business entities importing and exporting in Singapore should first be registered with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA). Following which, the business/company will be given a Business Registration Number which is also its Unique Entity Number
Since 1965, Singapore joined the ranks of free world countries leading up to a present day world-class city, bustling port, and prosperous economy. Not only is she established as a first world country, Singapore remains a strong foothold with her stable economy and cosmopolitan
International trading gives rise to globalisation. While every country is valued for different resources - global trade allows the use of commodities and increases consumer exposure to resources of the world. From Swiss Alps water to French wine, New Zealand honey to Thai rice
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