Category: Events

Pool of Opportunities in Indonesia’s Logistics Sector

Pool of Opportunities in Indonesia’s Logistics Sector

Spire Deputy CEO, Jeffrey Bahar, shared his insights on the growth and business prospects of Indonesia’s logistics sector at the Global Supply Chain Council’s (GSCC) recent E-Commerce Operations Asia Summit 2021.

Multi-Country Business Matching Webinars in SEA

Multi-Country Business Matching Webinars in SEA

Spire facilitated a highly successful multi-country business matching webinar series connecting local importers and manufacturers of soy and grain products with US exporters of Identity Preserved (IP) soy and grains.

Gen Z – Engaging the future of SEA Economy

Spire Indonesia’s Country Director, Indah Muliana, in an interview with Lazada Insider on how businesses can engage Gen Z. She discusses the spending trends and behaviours of Southeast Asia’s Gen Z that could impact business strategies.

The growth of ICT business during the pandemic

The growth of ICT business during the pandemic

Albertus Edy Rianto, Senior Manager at Spire Indonesia, shares his insights on ICT landscape and what can help businesses survive and thrive during the pandemic in a webinar for the Lintasarta team.

Helping Singapore Design Companies Expand Offshore

In a series of Market Entry webinars organised by DesignSingapore Council, Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh was invited to share his insights on expanding into regional markets — namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Top Trends Shaping The Future of Food Industry in SEA

Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh goes on air with Lazada Insider to highlight key business opportunities and trends for F&B businesses in SEA. New trends are reshaping the food industry, with consumers’ online-shopping habits for the F&B sector set to stay.

The Changing Appetites of Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia is home to the world’s most prosperous Food and Beverage industry, worth US$300 billion. In the latest Spire Webinar, Spire Deputy CEO Japnit Singh, Upgrown Farming’s Lionel Wong and Thinking Forks’ Rinka Banerjee discuss how rising affluence and COVID-19 accelerated the shift in consumer tastes and preferences.