Providing Market Access and technology innovation in China, ASEAN (Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Myanmar, Brunei, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos), Korea, Japan, New Zealand and Australia
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
In 2022, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was a timely tool to foster regional integration and economic growth. RCEP comprising 10 Southeast Asian nations together with Australia, New Zealand, the People’s Republic of China, Japan, and South Korea has the potential to strengthen manufacturing supply chains, raise productivity, and increase wages and employment.
RCEP was conceptualized in November 2012 to attain a comprehensive and mutually beneficial economic partnership agreement. After 8 years of negotiations, RCEP was signed on 15 November 2020. This laid a historic milestone on the road towards deeper economic integration.
RCEP entered into force on 1 January 2022. RCEP does not supersede existing free trade agreements.
RCEP has a huge market potential as RCEP covers the world’s largest Free Trade Agreements comprising 15 Asia-Pacific economies. RCEP also covers one-third of the global GDP and one-third of the global population.
OUR PURPOSE AND MISSION
The RCEP International Centre, operated commercially, has the purpose to facilitate market access and catalyze technology innovation across RCEP countries.
By connecting knowledge across industries and across regions so as to improve lives and the economy we live in.
By facilitating market access and catalyzing technology innovation, we also aim to become the first port of call for different regions to pursue businesses and innovation across RCEP countries.
Our Mission is to create values to businesses through Literacy in Innovation. Shorten the learning curve by sharing more business experience and latest technologies across industries and economies. Provide education content with case studies on lessons learnt and success stories.
The RCEP International Centre is entrusted with the objectives to:
Enhance market access for businesses, entrepreneurs and investors across RCEP countries;
Build and sustain the technology and trade ecosystem across the member countries ;
Promote knowledge, talent and capital exchange among entrepreneurs, businesses, Associations and organisations between RCEP countries ;
Help businesses harness the free trade agreements and initiatives signed at the government level
The RCEP International Centre has the unique value proposition to create the network of Industries, Technologies and Economies. The Centre integrates the essential global network of businesses, entrepreneurs, investors, technologies, market channels and industries’ expertise for businesses to leverage and scale.
Government, Research Institutes, Educational Institutes.
Businesses and Business Owners.
Associations, Organisations, Accelerators, Incubators, and Fund Managers.
STANDARDS AND CERTIFICATION
Setting up of overseas offices
Entrepreneurship and Acceleration
Review Standards for local applications
Fund management and investments
Companies' M&A and IPO's
Technology Transfer and Commercialisation
Application of Licenses and Certifications
Advisory in relation to financial structuring and taxation
Digitalisation and Productivity immersion
Training requirements to international or local standards
Application of Visas, Employment Pass and Residency
Business community Network
Platform and project development
Market Strategic Reporting
CTO as a service
Key Opinion Leaders
In-Market Talent Acquisition
Goh Seh Harn
MD, Spaze Venture
President, Enterprise Singapore Society
(Fintech / Blockchain)
Director, Association Blockchain Asia (ABA)
President, Hong Kong Singapore Business Association
President, Kowloon Club
Truong Gia Khanh
Partner, PD Legal
(Capital Market / Finance)
Partner, Dentons HPRP
(Merger / Acquisitions)
Senior Partner, AS&P
Board Member, Indonesia Fintech Association
Chairman, DTS Group
Vice Chair, Vietnam Advertising Association
CEO, Viantravel; VP, Vietnam Young Entrepreneur Association Travel Club
16 Raffles Quay #41-01 Singapore 048581