IE Singapore’s Partners

To extend our reach and assistance to more Singapore-based companies, IE Singapore works closely with Singapore’s trade associations, chambers of commerce as well as private sector partners. By supporting each other’s internationalisation-related assistance to companies, we hope to provide greater support to companies in their overseas expansion efforts. 

Association Partners 
Association of Small and Medium Enterprises
Singapore Business Federation
Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Singapore International Chamber of Commerce
Singapore Malay Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Singapore Manufacturing Federation

IE Singapore Society


The Singapore Trade Development Board (TDB) was formed in 1983 to develop Singapore as a premier international trading hub and to promote the nation's goods and services.

To more effectively compete, Singapore has had to move beyond its investment-driven and electronics-dominated export base to develop new bases of growth. This has led to another key thrust identified under Singapore's new economic strategy, namely to help Singapore-based companies internationalise and grow in the global market.

In line with this new national direction, TDB was restructured to move beyond trade to focus on internationalising Singapore-based enterprises and was officially renamed International Enterprise Singapore on 12 April 2002.

As such, the TDB-IE Society was set up to foster interaction among former employees and friends of IE Singapore (and TDB), current leaders at IE Singapore, other government agencies and private sector companies.