Singapore SMEs

Capable of standing the test of time

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

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.

When venturing abroad

OCBC Bank and three Singapore companies that have gone overseas share their thoughts and give advice to firms that are looking to test the international waters for the first time

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...

Feinmetall's fine art of service

THE thought of leaving one's stable job to dive into entrepreneurship in the ever fickle tech industry may sound intimidating to many individuals, but not to Sam Chee Wah, general manager of...

Cash-flow issues 'threatening to stall SME growth'

POSITIVE signs have emerged that small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are shifting from survival mode to growth mode, as more look beyond cost-cutting to revenue generation.

Singapore SMEs face cash-flow squeeze as more experience payment delays: survey

MORE small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) reported that they have finance-related issues, due mainly to delays in payment from customers, according to findings from the 2017 SME Development...