Sunday, 28 October 2018 12:20

Kelmer Group Invites You to - Next Stop Far East 7th of November 2018

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Kelmer Group brings you Next Stop Far East, along with the support of the Italian Chamber of Commerce Singapore – ICCS, Italian Chamber of Commerce Vietnam - ICHAM, Italian Chamber of Commerce Philippines – ICCPI and Italian Chamber of Commerce UAE – ICCUAE.

To endorse the launch of our new offices in Singapore, Hanoi and Manila, Kelmer Group has invited the three local Italian Chambers to share important updates and insights on investing and doing business in the Far East.
This one day seminar will allow you to evaluate the individual markets for future business investments.

We begin the seminar with country experts who will share their knowledge on doing business in each of the countries. This will be followed by the opportunity to meet with the experts for a one on one session to further discuss the benefit to your business when you invest in the region (please see provisional program attached).


Take advantage of the latest information on market trends and opportunities and let us at Kelmer Group help your business take a step in the right direction.

Seats are limited, RSVP yours at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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