How are Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam markets doing?

Some believe these are the markets on which Coronavirus weighed less.

Others think these are the markets towards which many important Chinese investments are moving in fear of the commercial war with the USA.

In any case, it’s one of the most populated and dynamic economic areas in the world; Enrico Letta, President of the Italy-ASEAN Association, had already underlined this when invited as a guest speaker by Confindustria.

In collaboration with Intesa Sanpaolo, Confindustria Vicenza and its Business Unit FarExport organised a series of webinars devoted to 6 out of the 10 AESAN economies.

All five meetings will start at 09:30.

Attendance is free subject to online registration.

Here follows the webinars’ agenda.

Thursday, September 17th

MALESIA AND SINGAPORE: the already developed Southeast Asia

09:30 – Greetings

Remo Pedon: Vice President of Confindustria Vicenza with responsibility for foreign markets

Stefano Prandato: Executive Director of Area Imprese Vicenza, Intesa Sanpaolo

09:45 – Southeast Asian markets post-Covid

Silvia Guizzo: Studies and Research Management, Intesa Sanpaolo

10:15 – Business opportunities and useful suggestions to successfully approach the two markets

Rita Bonucchi: Bonucchi & Associates, FarExport Partner

10:45 – Q&A

Tuesday, September 22nd

INDONESIA: the most populated ASEAN market

09:30 – Greetings

Stefano Acerbi: FarExport Manager

Stefano Prandato: Executive Director of Area Imprese Vicenza, Intesa Sanpaolo

09:45 – FarExport’s analysis of the Indonesian market’s potential

Lara Pressanto and Ilaria Righetto – FarExport Team

10:00 – Indonesia post-Covid: the markets situation and local experts’ views on business opportunities

Rita Malavasi – Octagona Group, FarExport Partner

10:30 – Q&A

Thursday, September 24th

MYANMAR: where ASEAN is estimated to grow the most in the next few decades

09:30 – Greetings

Stefano Acerbi: FarExport Manager

Stefano Prandato: Executive Director of Area Imprese Vicenza, Intesa Sanpaolo

09:45 – FarExport’s analysis of the Burmese’s market potential

Lara Pressanto and Ilaria Righetto – FarExport Team

10:00 – Myanmar post-Covid: the markets situation and local experts’ views on business opportunities

Bernardo Contri: President of IMBA Italy-Myanmar Business Association, FarExport Partner

Beatrice Bridi: IMBA Italy-Myanmar Business Association, FarExport Partner

10:30 – Italian Expo, the most important trade fair Italian event in Yangon

Paolo Bridi: Prometeo Srl

10:45 – Q&A

Tuesday, September 29th

THAILAND: not only tourism, but also business

09:30 – Greetings

Stefano Acerbi: FarExport Manager

Stefano Prandato: Executive Director of Area Imprese Vicenza, Intesa Sanpaolo

09:45 – FarExport’s analysis of the Thai market potential

Lara Pressanto and Ilaria Righetto – FarExport Team

10:00 – Thailand post-Covid: the markets situation and local experts’ views on business opportunities

Luca Vianelli and Nadia D’Amico: MDA Consulting Bangkok, FarExport Partner

10:30 – Q&A

Thursday, October 1st

VIETNAM: the great potential of the free trade agreement with the EU

09:30 – Greetings

Remo Pedon: Vice President of Confindustria Vicenza with responsibility for foreign markets

Stefano Prandato: Executive Director of Area Imprese Vicenza, Intesa Sanpaolo

09:45 – Vietnamese economy and its growth despite Coronavirus

Tomaso Andreatta – Chief Representative Ho Chi Minh Office, Intesa Sanpaolo

10:15 – Local experts’ views on business opportunities

Pham Hoang Hai – ICHAM Executive Director, FarExport Partner

10:45 – How to benefit from the free trade agreement at customs

Alessandro Dal Zotto: Confindustria Vicenza

11:00 – Q&A