- Looking to navigate the regulatory landscape for greater market access?
- Confused about the claims you can make for your products?
Regulatory Advice Centre
In association with:
Vitafoods Asia, in partnership with the international regulatory experts EAS Strategies, hosted a Regulatory Advice Centre at this year's exhibition for companies seeking guidance on bringing products to market:
Experts from EAS Strategies covering the Asia Pacific Region were at the Regulatory Advice Centre to help address the issues you face or link you to experts in other regions (European Union, Russia and the CIS region, Africa and the Middle East)
EAS Strategies Consultants include:
Maes is Policy and Government Affairs Manager with EAS Strategies - Asia Pacific (Singapore). She advises companies on trade policies and practices in individual ASEAN countries, ASEAN Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), and ASEAN public-private sector engagement. Prior to joining EAS, Maes was a member of the Philippine trade negotiation team for the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) for over nine years (2005-2014). She was involved in the development and implementation of the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA), as well as ASEAN’s Plus One FTAs (e.g. Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea and New Zealand).
Wai Mun Poon
Wai Mun is the Regional Regulatory Affairs Manager at EAS Strategies – Asia Pacific specialising in regulatory affairs for health supplements in a regional capacity. Wai Mun has actively worked on product registration ranging from pharmaceuticals to nutritional supplements, as well as regulatory strategy planning for product development for more than 10 years. She is a biotechnologist and graduated with a M.Sc. in biopharmaceuticals from the University of New South Wales.