ASPRI – SBF: Invitation to Kuwait Direct Investment Promotion Authority (KDIPA) Seminar and Networking Session

19/05/2017- 19/05/2017

Dear Valued ASPRI Members,

  1. We are pleased to inform you that ASPRI is the supporting organisation for Singapore Business Federation (SBF)’s collaboration with Kuwait Direct Investment Promotion Authority (KDIPA), Embassy of the State of Kuwait in Singapore and SinGulf Global Pte Ltd and  wish to present to you the seminar and networking session on Business Opportunities in Kuwait.
  2. We would like to invite you to attend this KDIPA Seminar. We have attached the event flyer to this email to provide you more information on this event.

The event details are as follows:

Date: 19 May 2017, Friday

Time: 10am – 2pm (registration commences at 9.30am)

Venue: SBF Center Seminar Room 2 & 3 @ Level 6 (160 Robinson Road #06-01 SBF Center Singapore 068914)

Dress Code: Business Attire

Fee: Complimentary

Time Programme
0930 Registration of Participants
1000 Opening Address (to be confirmed)
1015 Address by H.E. Zainul Abidin Rasheed, Singapore Non-Resident Ambassador to the State of Kuwait
1030 Presentation on Business and Investment Opportunities in Kuwait by H.E. Sheikh Dr Meshaal Jaber Al Ahmed Al Sabah, Director General, Kuwait Direct Investment Promotion Authority (KDIPA)
1115 Presentation on doing business in Kuwait – A Singapore Company’s Perspective by SinGulf Global Pte Ltd
1135 KDIPA Video Presentation
1145 Question and Answer Session
1200 Networking Lunch
1300 One to One Business Consultation Session
1400 End of Programme
  1. The state of Kuwait is promoting unprecedented levels of infrastructure development activity with an earmarked budget of USD 103 billion over the next 5 years, aimed at realizing its long term vision of diversifying the economy and transforming Kuwait into one of the leading hubs for financial trade and logistics in the Middle East. The Third Kuwait Masterplan has allocated USD 103 billion for upcoming projects across different sectors, such as roads, ports and airport infrastructure, water, power and social infrastructure, a metro and national rail network, etc. These initiatives are expected to provide opportunities for foreign investment in the following sectors:
Infrastructure  Oil & Gas
Urban Development Logistics
Construction Information Technology
Environmental services Healthcare
Financial Services Tourism


  1. This event could be of  interest to your organisation in the areas of process industry and supporting industries such as infrastructure.

Priority will be given to companies in industries that will be of greater relevance to this event.  Registration closes on 16 May and is on a first come, first served basis.  Please indicate “A Member of ASPRI” beside your company name.

For queries, please email /  or call 6827 6891