At Co-ASEAN, we're dedicated to helping our clients, from start-ups to government agencies, to capitalize on business opportunities.
We are the ASEAN market specialist to deliver deep local know-how expertise and network to help our clients to address their toughest challenges in venture into the ASEAN market since our establishment in the year 2012.
CO-MICE. Our goal is to generate more booth traffic and brand awareness at the event. Our insight, knowledge, and experience help you prepare and support in event management so that you can focus on selling
CO-MATCH. aims at addressing challenges faced by SMEs on ASEAN market due to the high upfront costs and the lack of detailed knowledge about ASEAN markets and competitors
CO-NSULTATION. In-depth market information & advisory on business strategies.
Our CO-PROCUREMENT service helps international buyers or EPC who look for qualified products suppliers to eliminate the following issues:
CO-TACs.We works with Korean TACs for a comprehensive representation of the business community and supporting networking between SEA-Korea business relationship
CO-TRADE. We help companies who are looking to transfer from traditional business into digital commerce and promote the products to ASEAN consumers through social media and marketplace stores.
COASEAN has its establishment & Network in Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, headquartered in ASEAN Hub Singapore headquarters. With the know-how and system of Singapore's global transnational trading company, which operates in ASEAN, with different languages and cultures, we are effectively supporting the overseas expansion of more than 300 SMEs every year.
In particular, through the consultation and detailed analysis of a veteran team based in Singapore, we have a high matching rate and company satisfaction in finding and matching buyers who need expertise such as industrial materials and Government business.
We are Consultants who see "Company Satisfaction" first. Meet the COASEAN team.
We are active in major ASEAN countries, centered on Singapore.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a 10-member regional bloc with a combined GDP of $2.8 trillion, a population of 650 million, and a landmass covering more than 1.7 million square miles (larger than the land area of India).
Founded in 1967 by Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, ASEAN has since expanded to include Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam. ASEAN’s community-building effort comprises three pillars: the Political-Security Community; Economic Community; and Socio-Cultural Community.
ASEAN holds semiannual ASEAN Summits and numerous ministerial and working-level meetings in support of its community-building objectives. ASEAN seeks to promote economic growth and regional stability among its members through consultation, consensus, and cooperation based on the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation (TAC) to which 35 countries and the European Union (EU) have acceded.
By combining their efforts and influence, ASEAN member states have been able to help shape Indo-Pacific economic, political, and security trends and discussions by convening key Indo-Pacific countries to discuss political and security issues at an annual East Asia Summit (EAS) and other fora.