E50 Awards

A night to remember for Singapore's top enterprises

THE local business community came dressed to the nines at the Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards on Nov 21 to honour the best privately-held firms in the country.

Celebrating best practices in business

OVER these past 15 years, the external environment continues to evolve with disruptions in businesses and markets, against a backdrop of slower growth. The Committee on the Future Economy had also...

Capable of standing the test of time

Three companies have won the E50 Awards for five years. Here's how they did it

Grooming champions of tomorrow

GETTING an interview with David Chiem, the founder of MindChamps, was not easy. The 47-year-old has been busy travelling and securing deals to expand his pedagogy empire which he started building...

Propelling a family business forward

AT a time where many enterprises are still debating about making the move into Industry 4.0, local family business Onn Wah Precision Engineering is already powering ahead.

MDIS banks on the Singapore brand

IN Singapore, private education is serious business, with hundreds of institutions crammed into this tiny island.

Building on the E50 Awards advantage

We ask our winners: What are some plans you have for the future after winning the E50 Award? Below are their responses

Nurturing the spirit of enterprise

AS Singapore stands on what promises to be an economic upturn, the world economy has changed irrevocably. In navigating the recovery, many of Singapore's companies have the opportunity to emerge...

Family business Onn Wah takes top E50 spot on first try

MANUFACTURING firm Onn Wah Precision Engineering catapulted straight to the top on its very first attempt at the Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards, proving that the family business has what it takes to...

E50 Awards celebrates future-ready local enterprises; Onn Wah Precision Engineering bags top prize

THE 50 local businesses that won honours at Tuesday's Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards were celebrated for their ability to position themselves for growth in the midst of global economic disruption.

Homegrown venture Amerald sees value abroad

WITH the government's introduction of successive cooling measures to dampen growing demand, the cooling property market in Singapore spells trouble for many real estate developers. Yet, homegrown...