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Norwegian salmon restaurant will open in Singapore

The Norwegian chain restaurant Pink Fish will open in Singapore in January 2019. Pink Fish’s first restaurant outside Norway will open inside Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore. Jewel Changi Airport is still under construction and will open in January 2019. The place will be more than just an airport. I will also include a five…

EU-funded support programme for SMEs: EU Business Avenues Southeast Asia

The EU-funded EU Business Avenues in South East Asia is tasked to help SMEs from EU countries with business internationalisation. ScandAsia takes an in-depth look and talks to some Nordic companies who participated in one of their missions to Southeast Asia within Information & Communication Technologies. How does it work? Who is it for? And…

Singaporean, Danish universities entered partnerships helped by Danish Ministry of Business

With the visit of the Danish Minister of Business, last week, new partnerships entered between Danish and Singaporean universities focusing on Clean Technology and Board Leadership. ”Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”. Looking at the encouragingly green collared signs plastered around the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, it’s obvious that sustainability is a major thing around here. When…

Danish Business Minister signed big fintech, maritime sector deals with Singapore

Bilateral partnerships signed between two countries that are much alike in many areas. Danish companies thrilled about new possibilities in Singapore. Last week, the Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Rasmus Jarlov, visited Singapore, making comprehensive bilateral deals between the two countries in the maritime innovation sector and in the fintech sectors. Two…

Finnish activity park will open in Singapore in November

The Finnish brand SuperPark will open their first activity park in Singapore in November. People of all ages in Singapore can soon enjoy the indoor activity park brand SuperPark, when the Finnish company opens a 40,000 square park in November, according to Todayonline. Day passes for the park are priced between S$18 (11 €) and…

Three reasons to join a professional peer networking group

Everything we thought we knew about networking has changed. Since the internet arrived in every office and home in the modern world, tapping into a large network has never been easier. The possibilities are ever expanding as more people join and the technology becomes more sophisticated. Now you have access to experts in your field…

Nordic Innovation House for Southeast Asia soft-launched

In connection to Slush Singapore (the Finnish global start-up event organiser) and Singapore Week of Innovation & TeCHnology (SWITCH) the much-anticipated Nordic Innovation House (NIH) was soft-launched in Singapore on 13 September. This took place at one of Singapore’s co-working spaces, WeWork, in the downtown business district in front of a sizeable business and start-up…

Danish Business Minister visited Singapore

Major deals were signed when the Danish Business Minister Rasmus Jarlov visited Singapore this week on his first international visit. The prime focus was Maritime Innovation and Fintech. During the three day long visit to Singapore, Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Rasmus Jarlov, and his entourage initiated three new important partnerships between Denmark…

Norwegian plans to cut air route to Singapore

Norwegian plans to close their air route from London to Singapore in the beginning of 2019. The aircraft operator Norwegian will call off their air route from London-Gatwick airport to Singapore in January 2019, according to CHECK-IN.DK. The route was launched in 2017. According to Andreas Hjørnholm, communications for Norwegian in Denmark, the demand for…

Seamen’s church in Singapore invitation: Service and welcome to new staff

The Norwegian Seamen’s church in Singapore invites Norwegians to join a service on 7 October, where the church will welcome two new families to the staff. Seamen’s church in Singapore will on 7 October welcome the families Colstrup and Mangersnes into the church. This will happen in connection with a service. Alexander Colstrup will be…