Asia’s Entrepreneurs Unite

ENTREPRENEURS in Asia will find a new avenue to collaborate with the recent launch of the Asia Entrepreneurs Exchange (AEx).

With the uncertainty in the market and the rapid cycles of change, many businesses are finding their situations in rocky waters. A combination of old world and new world issues continue to make life challenging for businesses as they contend with rising costs, changing global policies and disruptions.

Working With Real Deals

AEx, which was launched on Friday, is led by Teng Theng Dar, Singapore’s non-resident Ambassador to Oman and former CEO of Singapore Business Federation. Membership to AEx is by invitation only, and hinges on deal flows that will make it meaningful for members to leverage off the strengths of each other.

aex“What entrepreneurs can expect is an open environment within the organisation to discuss relevant issues of the day, and action-oriented member initiatives such as hyper-curated trade missions in selected countries through trusted partners to make immediate connections and generate real deals,” said Teng.

For more information about AEx, please contact Sam Chia at

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