SMEs eye advanced manufacturing with curiosity and caution

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore are still eyeing advanced manufacturing with curiosity and caution. While most are excited by the possibilities and accept that it is...

Singapore aims to house the most globally competitive plants

SINGAPORE has a vision: That is all factories housed in the Republic will be the most globally competitive, efficient and productive for companies.

Helping SMEs tap Asia's boom in infrastructure

Asia is in dire need of more roads, railways and utility plants, and that means opportunities for Singapore companies in the lucrative infrastructure development sector.

STB bringing Disney, Jedi magic to Singapore

THE Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is joining forces with The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia) in a three-year collaboration that will see Singapore hosting Disney brand-themed events and...

New strategy to help firms take the leap overseas

IE Singapore is building relationships at city and provincial levels, creating different entry points for small and medium-sized businesses to break into new markets without taking too much risk...

Quick takes: MAS may extend neutral S$ policy stance to October 2017

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said on Thursday it would retain the neutral policy stance of zero per cent appreciation of the S$NEER (Singapore dollar nominal effective exchange rate),...

S'pore seeks clarity on tech impact before it legislates

THE Republic will take a "watch-and-see" approach to coming up with regulations for e-commerce and other disruptive technologies, said Janil Puthucheary, the new minister in charge of GovTech, the...

IE Singapore ups funding to help more firms to venture abroad

HEMISFAIR, a small local company selling organic children's wear, took part in an international trade fair in Singapore last year and came away with deals from Taiwan and Indonesia, sending its...

Chun Sing: SMEs can tap labour movement for benefits, networking

SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) can now tap the labour movement to provide better welfare benefits for staff, as well as leverage its network to find suitable partners, said Chan Chun Sing,...

Digitalisation 'important way forward' for SMEs: Sim Ann

DIGITALISATION is an "important way forward" for Singapore's small and medium enterprises (SMEs), said Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Sim Ann on Wednesday.


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