Access to Markets

The Russian Federation is home to several chapters of the International Federation of Business & Professional Women, including in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Tomsk. The chapters share BPW’s...more

A large network of businesses across Russia, OPORA Russia helps connect entrepreneurs to markets and advocates on behalf of entrepreneurs to the government. The association works with government, businesses, NGOs, and academia to create a “competitive environment based...more

Established in its current form in 1991, the CCI of Russia is the economy’s largest, most influential, and most globally integrated association of business representatives. Its membership includes more than 50,000 enterprises and organizations of various sizes and forms...more

Established in June 2006 and based in Moscow, Women in Business has a network of more than 40 offices across the Russian Federation, from Kaliningrad to Khabarovsk. The mission of the group is to unite socially active, successful women. Members include entrepreneurs,...more

This is a one-stop business services center to assist Singapore companies venturing into China. It was jointly launched by IE Singapore and the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCCI), and offers integrated services including business advice, market...more

The ACE Overseas Chapter service helps start-ups gain access and connect to select overseas markets by establishing connections and platforms there. The first Overseas Chapter was set up in Beijing in June 2012, bringing together Singapore entrepreneurs with Chinese...more

This portal, established in 2006, is open to all free of charge and offers a single point of access at anytime and anywhere to a range of comprehensive information on government assistance programs, regulations, and e-services for businesses from 52 partners. Aspiring...more

IWFCI is an international nonprofit NGO established in 1992 to address the needs of business women. The federation focuses on opening up trade opportunities for women across the Asia Pacific region. As such, IWFCI has offices in China, India, Korea, Russia, and the...more

Established in 2002 by the SBF Act, the federation promotes the interests of the Singapore businesses on issues of trade, investment, and industrial relations. Every company in Singapore with a paid-up share capital of SGD 0.5 million (US$ 375,000) is a member. As such,...more

This program is jointly implemented by different government financial institutions (GFIs) in support of the government’s SME Development Plan. ASENSO adopts a unified procedure and terms and conditions in lending to SMEs. Short-term (one year) and long term (maximum of...more


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