PARTNERS

  • Asia Fashion Federation
  • International Enterprise Singapore
  • Spring Singapore
  • Singapore Tourism Board
AFF was established in 2002 with the signing of an agreement between Japan, Korea and China. The agreement confirmed a cooperative effort between member countries to utilise fashion resources from within Asia as a value-added means when exporting to the world. In 2007, Singapore became the fourth member, followed by Thailand as the fifth member in 2008. Member countries can only be represented by one organisation which has the potential and experience to conduct activities in the field of fashion promotion and development.

Organisations in AFF:

AFF China: China Fashion Association (CFA)

AFF Japan: Japan Fashion Association (JFA)

AFF Korea: Korea Fashion Association (KFA)

AFF Singapore: Textile and Fashion Federation Singapore (Taff)

AFF Thailand: Thai Garment Manufacturers Association (TGMA)

AFF Vietnam: Vietnam Textile & Apparel Association (VITAS)

For enquiries on AFF, email admin@taff.org.sg

partners-img1 International Enterprise (IE) Singapore is the government agency driving Singapore’s external economy. For the past 30 years,it has been spearheading the overseas growth of Singapore-based companies and promoting international trade. Its vision is a thriving business hub in Singapore with Globally Competitive Companies (GCCs) and leading international traders.

Trade has always been the backbone of Singapore’s economy. In addition to promoting export of goods and services, IE Singapore also attracts global commodities traders to establish their global or Asian home base in Singapore. Today, Singapore is a thriving trading hub with a complete ecosystem for the energy, agri-commodities and metals & minerals trading clusters.

GCCs are a critical growth engine for the next phase of Singapore’s development. GCCs compete on the global stage against the very best in their industries. They contribute to Singapore’s economic resilience, develop Singaporeans into global business leaders and strengthen the Singapore brand. Through its Global Company Partnership and Market Readiness Assistance, IE Singapore works with Singapore-based companies in their various stages of growth towards being globally competitive.

IE Singapore’s global network of overseas centres in over 35 locations provides the necessary connections in many developed and emerging markets.

Visit www.iesingapore.com for more information.

partners-img1 SPRING Singapore is the enterprise development agency responsible for helping Singapore enterprises grow. The agency works with partners to help enterprises in financing, capability and management development, technology and innovation, and accessing new markets. As the national standards and accreditation body, SPRING develops and promotes an internationally recognised standards and quality assurance infrastructure that builds trust in Singapore enterprises, products and services, thereby enabling their global competitiveness and facilitating global trade.

For more information, visit www.spring.gov.sg

partners-img1 Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is the leading economic development agency in tourism, one of Singapore’s key service sectors. Known for partnership, innovation and excellence, STB champions tourism and builds it into a key economic driver for Singapore. STB aims to differentiate and market Singapore as a must-visit destination offering enriching experiences through the “YourSingapore” brand.

For more information, visit www.stb.gov.sg