WBLCA & Technology Seminar Singapore
Venue: Singapore (Hotel Mandarin) Date: 15 May 2016
Registration: 8.15am to 9.00am (Singapore Time)
Event: 9.00am to 5.00pm
WBLCA & Technology Seminar examines both the: (a) legal challenges (b) opportunities that emerge from technological developments.
WBLCA Ltd has built a solid reputation for its knowledge, flexibility, reliability, as well as the ability to successfully implement projects within its core sectors: FDI, International Trade development, economic trade and regional integration, Market entry and Client Acquisition Consultancy.
The WBLCA helps companies define their strategic direction and remove the obstacles to profitable growth. It is also a key resource for businesses and organizations in the Capital Region and worldwide. The WBLCA helps its members build upon their successes through an array of skills development, resource sharing and networking opportunities, while working together to maintain the standards and reputation of the consulting profession. Our organization is the ideal first stop shop for anyone seeking consulting services. We can help you to build and develop your business giving you the right information which will help you to perform better on the market and eliminate the concurrency, so our professional consultants will eliminate the obstacles from your way.
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