UBM SES (formerly Singapore Exhibition Services) organises some of Asia’s leading international trade exhibitions and conferences that provide unparalleled networking and business opportunities for companies looking to excel and grow within Asia. Founded in 1976, UBM SES is a pioneer of the Singapore exhibition industry and its portfolio of award winning exhibitions and conferences spans Communications & IT, Lifestyle and Hospitality, Engineering & Machinery and other sectors.

  • OSEA 2018

  • 27th November 2018 - 29th November 2018
  • Marina Bay Sands
  • The 22nd International Oil & Gas Industry Exhibition and Conference.
  • ProWine Asia 2019

  • 7th May 2019 - 10th May 2019
  • Singapore Expo
  • International Trade Fair For Wines And Spirits
  • Subsea Asia 2019

  • 18th September 2019 - 21st September 2019
  • Jakarta International Expo
  • The 9th Asian Subsea Conference and Exhibition.
  • FHA – HoReCa

  • 3rd March 2020 - 6th March 2020
  • Singapore Expo
  • n 2020, FHA - HoReCa will bring together the best equipment, supplies and related ingredients to hotels, restaurants, cafes, bakeries, fast food outlets, entertainment complexes, healthcare services and catering professionals. Occupying Singapore Expo, the show will support you in facilitating trade in Asia-Pacific and beyond. Exhibit profile: Industrial Bakery Equipment & Ingredients, Commercial Bakery Equipment & Ingredients, Food Service and Catering Equipment, Back of House and Front of House Equipment, Hospitality Interiors, Furniture & Amenities, Tea & Coffee Equipment & Ingredients, Hospitality Technology, and other related Food Ingredients
  • FHA – Food & Beverage

  • 31st March 2020 - 3rd April 2020
  • Singapore Expo
  • In 2020, FHA - Food & Beverage will be the largest showcase of international Food & Beverage companies. Bringing together the best of Diary, Drinks, Meat, Seafood, Oils & Fats, Grains & Pulses, Food Ingredients, Fresh Produce, Halal, Organics and Snacks & Confectionery, the show will occupy Singapore Expo and host 57 group pavilions, facilitating trade in Asia-Pacific and beyond.