TIAS Membership Benefits

1. Represent Members' Interests

TIAS works closely with governmental agencies and relevant trade and industry organisations and to provide a platform for members' concerns and issues to be addressed to be addressed through dialogue sessions and forum discussions with various authorities.

2. Networking Opportunities with Local and Overseas Business Owners

Members of TIAS will be exposed with ample opportunities to network and sharing of business contacts with trade and industry delegates from local and overseas. Members will also receive invitations to participate in international business EXPO and conferences.

3. Updates on Latest Governmental Regulations and Reports

Members will receive update via email about the latest governmental regulations and reports sourced from official release.

4. Print Publication

Members will receive a complimentary copy of TIAS's publication, which shows insight of latest economic development and industry related information and reports on events and other interesting article.

5. Business Events/ Courses/ EXPO

TIAS conducts seminars, workshop, talks and other event. Priority Invitations and concessionary rates will be extended to members to attend.

6. Social Responsibility

TIAS organises regular charitable event to provide aiding to the needs. Members are encouraged to participate and harvest the joy of helping.

Trade & Industry Association (Singapore)

Supporting Partners

Doing Business in Singapore

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

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Why Invest in Singapore

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

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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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Singapore Business Federation
Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Singapore Manufacturers' Federation
Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Association of Small and Medium Enterprises

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