In Late June, Singapore hosted the EU Business Avenues 2015 trade mission. The event was held at held the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, where more than 250 meetings between European and Southeast Asian firms took place.

The delegate  brought 41 small and medium clean tech European enterprises to meet Southeast Asian firms in order to assess business opportunities and strengthen their trade ties.

The European companies had various different specializations and areas of expertise including energy efficiency, pollution control, waste and water technology sectors. The participants from the European side were carefully selected and coached prior to their participation.

One such firm was Malta-based AquaBioTech Group, which specialises in aquaculture technology. They hatch fish and grow them in tanks fitted with water re-circulation systems. This company notably has very strong market potential in the Southeast Asian region, which is one of the largest consumers of seafood in the world.

Another visiting …