Something big is happening in the world of food and health.
Chr. Hansen Executive Vice President Sten Estrup Nielsen and the APAC team in Singapore are hosting an event
to present the company’s products and share how they turn insights into opportunities.
Every day, more than 1 billion people worldwide consume a product with a natural Chr. Hansen ingredient. Significant potential remains within the remaining 6 billion people who demand tasty, healthy, natural, safe and affordable food and nutrition, and Chr. Hansen seeks to fulfill this demand with their range of natural solutions.
In 2010, Chr. Hansen was reintroduced on the stock exchange after 5 years of private equity ownership. Since the IPO, Chr. Hansen’s shareholders have enjoyed a 4-fold increase in the share price and the company has consistently outperformed its peer group. The company has also significantly expanded its market presence in emerging markets i.e. China.
Chr. Hansen has just reaffirmed their Nature’s no. 1 Strategy and communicated their long-term 8-10% organic growth ambition supported by a series of strong megatrends. The company recently completed a study examining long-term, structural trends in food and health and will discuss how these findings relate to consumers’ food and life choices.
For more information on this event visit the DABS website
Sweden and Finland are among the countries promoted as the European Union Film Festival takes place for the 27th time on 11-21 May 2017. In the setting of National Gallery Singapore, 27 movies from 27 European countries will be presented.
Award winning Finnish Film “The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki”, a true story about a famous Finnish Boxer, will be showed on 17 May.
The Swedish contribution will be showed on 21 May and is about two young girls Sophie and Alice who are looking forward to their life after high school graduation. But these dreams are shattered when Alice suddenly and mysteriously disappears. Searching for answers, Sophie retraces Alice’s steps through Berlin, leading her on a life changing journey that will open her eyes to a world of both beauty and darkness.
The Swedish contribution is about two young girls Sophie and Alice who are looking forward to their life after high school graduation. But these dreams are shattered when Alice suddenly and mysteriously disappears. Searching for answers, Sophie retraces Alice’s steps through Berlin, leading her on a life-changing journey that will open her eyes to a world of both beauty and darkness.
Norwegian Constitution Day is moving closer and the Norwegian Seamen Church in Singapore is preparing 17 May celebrations.
Wednesday 17 May 2017 will be a day filled with songs, games, cakes and delicious food for anyone who signs up for the event at the Norwegian Seamen Church.
You can sign up for the event here.
Price for joining is SGD30.
A four course dinner, flag cake, crown cake and lots of beverages. On Wednesday 17 May 2017 the 17. mai-komiteen in Bangkok hosts a gala dinner for all Norwegians and friends to celebrate the Norwegian Constitution Day.
The dinner will be held in Ballroom 1 at Sheraton Grand Sukhumvit and starts at 19:00. The price for joining is TBH2000.
Registration to email firstname.lastname@example.org before 10 May.
On 17 May 2017 the Norwegian Embassy in Bangkok invites you to join them for a celebration of the Norwegian Constitution Day. In collaboration with Nordmannsforbundet, the embassy invites you to bring along Norwegian flags and come to the Embassy for a day of celebrations.
From 10:45 the embassy will host games for children, big or small, and hopes to see many people for a fun celebration.
No registration necessary for the event.
On Sunday 30 April 2017 the Norwegian Seamen’s Church in Singapore will fire up the grill and invites you to a grill buffet with lots of delicious foods.
The barbecue starts after the church services, approximately at 18:00. Feel free to bring a swimsuit too!
Prices are as follows:
Adults SGD 30,-
Students SGD 20,-
Children SGD 15,-
On Saturday 22 April 2017 the Danish Seamen’s Church in Singapore welcomes children to come and watch movies at their Børnebio event. It all starts at 2pm and will go on until 4:30pm.
Contact the Church for more information.
On 25-27 April 2017, Finnish Business Council Singapore invites you to a Wellness Seminar by SF100SG, a side event of Ageing Asia, an annual business of ageing platform to access investment and partnership opportunities in Asia Pacific.
The Wellness seminar takes place at Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre.
More information here.