Are You Up For The Challenge?
Our work in the global marketplace has the potential to impact companies and even entire economies. What we do is challenging, but always rewarding.
- It’s never ‘business as usual’ for us. When our clients comprise hundreds of companies with diverse business needs, there really isn’t a standard way of doing things. We pride ourselves on being dynamic enough to react to the ever-changing, never-resting market. It’s tough work, no doubt, but it’s never mundane.
We take the road less travelled. More than half of our overseas network is in emerging markets like Brazil, India, Qatar and South Africa. These markets not only represent a wealth of business opportunities ripe for our companies’ picking, but are also demanding yet fulfilling environments to work in.
- We play in the big leagues. Facilitating multi-country projects, organising international forums and collaborating with multilateral organisations is just the tip of the iceberg. For us, working with C-suite executives, world leaders and top government officials on a daily basis is almost a job requirement.
- Every day is a new day. With increased volatility and uncertainty, current knowledge can be irrelevant the next day. Constant learning and development is crucial to stay relevant in the global business environment. Not only do we provide our staff with a foundational understanding of international business, we also expose them to short-term market attachments, industry conferences and personal sharing by overseas colleagues throughout their career.
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The IE Story
If you're keen to find out more about IE Singapore and how we've been driving Singapore's external economy for the past 30 years, go behind the scenes with us in this interactive mobile app capturing Singapore's trade and internationalisation story.
Download the IE Singapore app for iPad, iPhone or Android.
*The app for Android is designed for Samsung S3, S4, Note 2 and Note 3.