The Latin American Chamber of Commerce, Singapore

We are an innovative matchmaking platform that represent the common interest of Latin American and Southeast Asian business in promoting bilateral trade, investments and collaboration between the regions.

LatAmCham is a non-profit and non-governmental organization registered in Singapore under the Ministry of Home Affairs.

http://www.latamcham.org/

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Event Details

With an internet penetration rate of 102% and more than 644 million internet users, Latin America is a highly digital region. The many countries in Latin America are diverse yet bear cultural similarities, making it an ideal market for product testing. The increased connectivity, growing middle-class consumer base, and existing market gaps present immense opportunities for developing new services and finding new customers.


Join us in this e-business mission to explore the Latin American region and identify potential business partners!


What you will get:

- Exclusive access to Webinars covering Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia!

- Conversations with Experts in Fintech, Agritech, Edutech, and more!

- Minimum of 5 Business Matching Leads with Latin American companies!


Duration: 22 Feb – 19 Mar (2 days a week over 4 weeks)


Enjoy Early Bird Price Now!!



E-BUSINESS MISSION TO BRAZIL

23 Feb.


Brazil's current population accounts for up to 200 million and almost the same amount of smartphones in use (198 million). In fact, Brazilians are the second largest users of social networks and are the testbed of new products for companies like Facebook and Instagram; Facebook opened its first innovation center in Brazil. There is no doubt that Brazilians are tech consumers!


Every large tech company is present in Brazil and more small players are arriving to provide technology solutions. Local companies and the government are embracing technology and taking advantage of the connectivity infrastructure available to grow their business and services.


There are many opportunities in Brazil for tech companies.


Brazil has several Fintech unicorns and represents 33% of the regional fintech ecosystem with 380 companies. About 71%-78% of the adult population has access to bank accounts.


In EdTech Brazil constitutes the largest market for eLearning, especially in the higher education sector. With approximately 40% of the population under the age of 24. (Statista, 2019)


Brazilian HealthTech will grow by nearly 28% between 2015 and 2024 (Global Market Insights). The emergence of the digital healthcare market has been driven by the growing demand for advanced healthcare services and, as a result, about 68% of the Brazilian population has access to digital healthcare services.


Would like to know more about Brazil and its opportunities? Join us!


E-BUSINESS MISSION TO COLOMBIA

2 Mar.


Despite a turbulent past (screened in Netflix), the country is today a vibrant startup ecosystem and one of the fastest-growing in Latin America, spurred by a high entrepreneurial generation, government support (regulations changes, accelerators, and grants offer), and the entrance of foreign capital.


Colombia has a population of 50 million with internet penetration of 65% and mobile penetration of 64%, and the 4th largest number of internet users in Latin America. The country has become a testbed for start-ups and scale-ups doing their inroads in the Latin American market.


The country's lack of banking, education, and health services to all its population becomes the opportunity for many tech companies enabling access to these services.


In Fintech Colombia represents 13% of the Latin American ecosystem with 148 companies and less than half of the population has access to bank accounts.


The lack of infrastructure and inability to keep educational courses to high demands are opening more opportunities in the e-learning space, from early childhood education to career development and also language studies.


Digital adoption in health is riding the wave, several companies are providing services in telemedicine (for example a rise of 423% appointments in Doc-Doc during quarantine), and an increase in the use of an online pharmacy.


Medellin was awarded as one of the most innovative cities by the World Economic Forum and is welcoming tech companies to grow and enter the market. Know more about it, and Join Us!


E-BUSINESS MISSION TO CHILE

9 Mar.


Chile is one of the most open economies in Latin America, it recently signed the Digital Economic Partnership Agreement with Singapore and New Zealand to support the growth of the digital economy.


While its population only accounts for 19 million, the country is host to many of the "multilatinas" companies' consumer of tech solutions.


Chile has made it easy for international tech companies to enter the market, with the provision of visas that attracts foreign tech talents, hosting start-ups in "Start-Up" Chile, the global leading incubator/accelerator, and offering equity-free grants.


There are many opportunities to connect and build strong partnerships from Chile to the rest of Latin America.


Join Us to learn more and meet your next business partner!

E-BUSINESS MISSION TO MEXICO

16Mar.


Mexico is the world's 15th largest economy and the 2nd largest in Latin America. Mexico ranks the 8th largest manufacturing economy. Companies around the world consider Mexico as a prime manufacturing location and a hub to the Americas due to its geographical position, robust FTAs, in particular, the US- Mexico - Canada Agreement (USMCA), skilled workforce, and low labor-cost.


In the tech sector, we see opportunities for Software development companies providing solutions for manufacturing, distribution, and business process


Mexico's Fintech ecosystem is growing fast and there is ample space for opportunities. The country represents 23% of the regional fintech ecosystem with 273 companies. Still, 59% of the population doesn't have access to bank accounts.


EdTech, Mexico has the 12th largest population in the world, with approximately 126 million inhabitants (Statista, 2019). About 45% of its population is people under 25 years of age, which generates a great demand for educational services in general, which, historically and with population growth, has not been covered.


HealthTech, There is a wide range of innovative activity in the healthcare sector in Mexico, primarily in the private sector and a number of healthcare innovators in Mexico are using technology to increase reach to patients in a more efficient manner via telemedicine and enhance access to provider information.


Would like to know more about Mexico and its opportunities? Join us!

Agenda

  • February 22, 2021

  • February 23, 2021

  • February 24, 2021

  • February 25, 2021

  • February 26, 2021

  • March 1, 2021

  • March 2, 2021

  • March 3, 2021

  • March 4, 2021

  • March 5, 2021

  • March 8, 2021

  • March 9, 2021

  • March 10, 2021

  • March 11, 2021

  • March 12, 2021

  • March 15, 2021

  • March 16, 2021

  • March 17, 2021

  • March 18, 2021

  • March 19, 2021

February 22, 2021

Main Schedule

8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Launch & Welcome Session

Speakers

Fabio Luiz Barboza Pereira (Partner at Veirano e Advogados Associados)

Fabio Luiz Barboza Pereira

Partner at Veirano e Advogados Associados

H.E. Eugenia Barthelmess (Ambassador of Brazil to Singapore)

H.E. Eugenia Barthelmess

Ambassador of Brazil to Singapore

Sandra Benedetto (Tax Partner at PwC Chile)

Sandra Benedetto

Tax Partner at PwC Chile

Guillermo Carey (Partner at Carey)

Guillermo Carey

Partner at Carey

Carlos Miguel Chaparro (Tax Partner - Practice Leader at PwC)

Carlos Miguel Chaparro

Tax Partner - Practice Leader at PwC

H.E. Ignacio Concha (Ambassador of Chile to Singapore)

H.E. Ignacio Concha

Ambassador of Chile to Singapore

Juan Pablo Espinosa (Chief Economist and Head of Economic at Bancolombia)

Juan Pablo Espinosa

Chief Economist and Head of Economic at Bancolombia

H.E. Agustín Garcia-Lopez (Ambassador of Mexico to Singapore)

H.E. Agustín Garcia-Lopez

Ambassador of Mexico to Singapore

Spencer Gracias (CEO North America APAC of Stefanini Group)

Spencer Gracias

CEO North America APAC of Stefanini Group

Aydin Ilhan (Founder & CEO of SunCaged)

Aydin Ilhan

Founder & CEO of SunCaged

Felipe Jaque (Chief Economist at Grupo Security)

Felipe Jaque

Chief Economist at Grupo Security

Gregorio Martinez (Tax Partner at PwC Chile)

Gregorio Martinez

Tax Partner at PwC Chile

Fernando Mazza (Head of Operation at Garena (SEA Group))

Fernando Mazza

Head of Operation at Garena (SEA Group)

Siew Nam Tia (Partner at PwC Global)

Siew Nam Tia

Partner at PwC Global

Jorge Fernando Negrete (President at Digital, Policy Law)

Jorge Fernando Negrete

President at Digital, Policy Law

Carlos Niño (Managing Partner at TMC LEGAL)

Carlos Niño

Managing Partner at TMC LEGAL

Vicente Pinto (Asia Investment Commissioner at InvestChile)

Vicente Pinto

Asia Investment Commissioner at InvestChile

Nicolás Rodriguez Aristizábal (International Projects Developer at Ruta N)

Nicolás Rodriguez Aristizábal

International Projects Developer at Ruta N

H.E. Manuel Solano (Ambassador of Colombia to Singapore)

H.E. Manuel Solano

Ambassador of Colombia to Singapore

Mariano Teran (Tax Partner at PwC)

Mariano Teran

Tax Partner at PwC

Samuel Vázquez Herrera (Principal Economist at BBVA)

Samuel Vázquez Herrera

Principal Economist at BBVA

Organizers

Participants

Participating Companies

Trames

Talariax

Tookitaki

Taiger

Graymatics

Eyris

Liquid Group

Nexusguard

TalentKraft

StagMatch

Tagit

Crayon Data

Solustar

The Global Citizen

Smart Tradzt

Skynapse Business Technology

Moving Walls

Igloocompany

Cynopsis Solutions

Solus Connect

Garena (Sea Group)

Thunes

Partners

Ruta N

PwC

Veirano Advogados

Bancolombia

Latin Leap

Stefanini Group

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Register & Join the Community

Latin American Buyers/Partners

Please use this booking to manifest your interest to be connected to technology in Singapore in the areas of Fintech, Edtech, Agtech, AI, Adtech.

Standard PriceFree

Singapore-based Tech Company (LatAmCham or SGTech Member)

After 70% LEAD IFM Grant Support.
*Companies¹ incorporated or registered in Singapore with at least 30% local shareholding AND have at least three of the following core business functions or activities operating within Singapore are eligible for the LEAD IFM support.
· Market development and planning
· Logistics and shipping management
· Research, development and design functions
· Manufacturing and other value-added activity
· Business and investment planning
· Banking, financial and treasury functions

Standard PriceS$481.50

Singapore-based Tech Company (LatAmCham or SGTech Members)

This registration allows 3 representatives of the company to participate in all the webinars planned and have a matchmaking session with a minimum of 5 companies in Latin America as per the profile/ needs of the company.

Standard PriceS$1,605

Singapore-based Tech Company

After 70% LEAD IFM Grant Support
Companies¹ incorporated or registered in Singapore with at least 30% local shareholding AND have at least three of the following core business functions or activities operating within Singapore are eligible for the LEAD IFM support.
· Market development and planning
· Logistics and shipping management
· Research, development and design functions
· Manufacturing and other value-added activity
· Business and investment planning
· Banking, financial and treasury functions

Standard PriceS$802.50

Singapore-based Tech Company

This registration allows 3 representatives of your company to participate in all the webinars planned and have a matchmaking session with a minimum of 5 companies in Latin America as per the profile/ needs of the company.

Standard PriceS$1,926

Welcome Event

Welcome Event on the 22nd February. Welcome by LatAmCham Honorary President and SGTECH Chairman.
Welcome by the Ambassadors of Colombia, Chile, and Brazil and presentation of the Economic outlook of these countries, plus Mexico.

Standard PriceFree

Silver Pass - Only 1 country Webinar (LatAmCham or SGTech Member)

Only want to explore and understand the landscape by participating in the webinars.

Standard PriceS$53.30

Gold Pass - All 4 Countries Webinar (LatAmCham or SGTech Members)

Only want to explore and understand the landscape by participating in the webinars.

Standard PriceS$107.-

Silver Pass - One Country - Non Members

Only want to explore and understand the landscape by participating in the webinars.

Standard PriceS$107.-

Gold Pass - All 4 countries - Non Member

Only want to explore and understand the landscape by participating in the webinars.

Standard PriceS$214.-