Booking Information



Singapore and Philippines


2-6 Sep 2019


9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Reference No


Australian Built Environment Delegation to Singapore and the Philippines

About the event:

Join Austrade and the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) as part of the Australian delegation at Singapore International Built Environment Week (IBEW) and for targeted meetings with leading precinct developers during an optional side visit to the Philippines.

Austrade is collaborating with Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to provide opportunities for Australian smart cities and built environment companies in Singapore and broader South East Asia.

The Philippines is presenting exciting opportunities as the country is embarking on its most ambitious infrastructure program ‘Build Build Build’ (US$170 billion spend over five years). Private local developers are driving a robust pipeline of greenfield township and smart city developments across the country.

Who should participate:

Australian businesses, start-ups and scale-ups with capability in:

  • Construction Tech
  • PropTech
  • Digital buildings / IoT
  • Logistics and Parking Tech
  • Environmental technology
  • Energy efficiency
  • Big data analytics / AI/ML
  • Architecture and Urban Design
  • Sustainable building materials
Austrade package:

For detailed information about this event and the participation package, please refer to the event brochure.

How to apply:

Register online using the 'Start Registration' button. If you experience technical difficulties, please contact Austrade Direct on 13 28 78.

Application deadline:

30 August 2019

Travel details:

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Please note:

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