Supporting Organisations Partners

Office Expo Asia (OEA) works closely with key reputable local and overseas associations and government bodies.


Singapore Booksellers And Stationers Association (SBASA)
SBASA was established in 1947. Gathering all booksellers and stationers in Singapore to raise the level of culture in society and also to take advantage of the development of the global economy and information society of the world in the 21st century. SBASA is Vice-President of Asia-Pacific Stationery Alliance (APSA). They organise overseas business missions and participate in local and oversea exhibitions annually. This is to develop the market and expand professional communication and cooperation among booksellers and stationers in the world.


Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME)
ASME is a non-profit organisation with a voluntary membership database of over 8,000 companies reaching out to more than 10,000 business individuals.

International Facilities Management Association Singapore (IFMA Singapore)
Founded in 1980, IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognised international association for facility management professionals, supporting more than 24,000 members in 94 countries. The IFMA (Singapore Chapter) has been working actively with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore. In April 2010 during the inaugural BCAA-IFMA FM Conference, a memorandum of understanding was signed between CEO IFMA, Mr Tony Keane and CEO BCA, Dr John Keung, to explore further opportunities for Facility Managers to participate in endeavours for Singapore’s building and construction industry.
logo-ppga Promotional Products & Giftware Association (PPGA)
PPGA is a non-profit trade association specifically dedicated to the promotional products and gifts industry in Singapore. Its core objective is to promote the interest of its members and to foster growth of the industry. It serves as an effective platform cum information centre for local and overseas market expansion, professionalism enhancement as well as member collaboration.
 TASI Taiwan Association of Stationery Industries (TASI) 
TASI had been founded since 15 June, 1956. It was addressing formerly as Taiwan Regional Association of Educational Materials Industries. The members including manufactures of stationery for writing, papers, metals, plastics, chemicals and others locate mainly in Taipei and Tainan, the rest widely spread in Taoyuan, Yilan, Taichung, Chanwha, and Kaoshiung. Now it strongly owns 100 major members in Taiwan. Their products are not only selling to domestic market, but also exporting overseas.

40% of them are exported to America, the rest to elsewhere all over the world such as Canada, Panama, Chile, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Britain, France, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, and China, etc.

The association is aiming at building up its membership to develop their common interests, improve and promote their products, enhance economical development. Hence, it will try very hard to keep routine in its business and provide excellent services to their associate members so that other manufacturers would be glad to join in. The group functions will be exposed by their greatly organised and united power.

logo-saap Singapore Association of Administrative Professionals (SAAP)
SAAP (formerly known as Singapore Association of Personal & Executive Secretaries) was formed in 1971 under the patronage of the late Mr Elias Pereira, Director of Stamford College, who felt that an organisation was needed in Singapore to look into the needs and interests of the secretarial profession. An Inaugural Meeting was held on 15 May 1971 and the Association was registered on 30 October 1971. The Association’s name was changed in 2005 to reflect the changing role of secretaries that has evolved over the years with increased responsibility and authority in the key areas of administrative management.
logo-sccci SME Centre@SCCCI
SME Centre@SCCCI is a collaboration between SPRING Singapore and Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCCI) to enable SMEs to grow, improve and excel.
logo-wsh Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSH Council)
The Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council was established on 1 Apr 2008. WSH Council works closely with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and other government agencies, the industry, unions, and professional associations to develop strategies to raise WSH standards in Singapore.

Media Partners

OEA’s media partners help extend our outreach to overseas trade buyers. Apart from placing advertisements in industry publications, OEA conducts overseas marketing activities at relevant international trade fairs to recruit overseas trade buyers.

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