Africa and the Middle East
Australia and New Zealand
Central and South America and the Caribbean
Supply chain challenges continue in Southeast Asia
Southeast Asian countries are seeking alternative suppliers and Wisconsin companies may be able to fill some of the gaps.
Demand grows for Industry 4.0 in Southeast Asia
Wisconsin companies are at the forefront of advanced manufacturing systems, and the state’s education system is known for workforce training in engineering, manufacturing and the Internet of Things.
Agricultural technology opportunities in Singapore
The island nation is seeking to grow more of its own food domestically, and Wisconsin companies can aid in the transition.
Companies looking to diversify their supply base in Asia should look to Singapore, Indonesia
Both markets can serve as a gateway into Southeast Asia for Wisconsin companies.
Demand for plastic packaging in ASEAN region
Bags, pouches and spill-proof packaging, as well as on-the-go personalized packs, are all especially in demand.
ASEAN positions itself as a hub for manufacturing investment
Imports of industrial machinery are rising along with this trend.
Amid tensions with China, Wisconsin exporters can look to Southeast Asia
These stable and growing markets are eager for U.S. exports.
Southeast Asia's emerging aerospace sector
Low-cost carriers in particular are growing rapidly, and will have a need for aircraft, parts and MRO services.
ASEAN prepares to invest $110 billion in infrastructure
Opportunities for Wisconsin companies to assist with developing transportation, electricity, telecommunications, water and sanitation infrastructure
Demand for imported medical devices soars in ASEAN countries
Rising incomes, as well as rising health needs, are driving massive growth in the sector.
Singapore's Soaring Aviation Sector
The liberalization of the air services regime within Southeast Asia’s common market is leading to a proliferation of low-cost carriers, allowing many people to fly for the first time. Singapore’s Changi Airport is an increasingly important hub for air travel within Asia; its growth by the end of the next decade is projected to double to 135 million passengers per year. The aviation sector is expected to contribute $65 billion to Singapore’s GDP by 2035.
Opportunities in Singapore's Bioscience Sector
Singapore has built world-class infrastructure for bioscience research and development (R&D) and manufacturing, and has attracted and developed skilled talent for basic as well as translational research. Over the last 15 years, the sector has managed to attract R&D partnerships from major global players in the pharmaceutical and medical device segments. Today, the bioscience sector accounts for $1.1 billion in R&D expenditure and $225 billion in manufacturing outp