Crowe Singapore sees opportunities in uncertainty

ECONOMIC uncertainty is probably the bane of most companies. But for accounting and advisory services firm Crowe Singapore, it offers a silver lining.

SingPost 'well-positioned' to capitalise on region's booming e-commerce market: CEO

SINGAPORE Post (SingPost) is eyeing a 50 to 60 per cent slice of the domestic e-commerce delivery pie, after seeing its share improve from 20 to about 46 per cent in the last two years.

Former pasar malam stall now holds Facebook live auctions

The shift online has helped it to remain in a fixed location that all customers can "visit" virtually and allow the marketing team to expand its capabilities.

Betting big on technification in South-east Asia

THERE has never been a better time than now to be a tech investor in South-east Asia.

Gala celebration of Singapore's Top 50 companies

BUSINESS leaders and VIPs turned up to honour and celebrate the accomplishments of Singapore's top 50 privately held companies at the Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards gala dinner on Nov 26.

There is method to Mitsui's finger-in-every-pie strategy

AN increase in interest in IHH Healthcare for S$2.8 billion, an acquisition of Singapore sugar supplier SIS late last year, and a tie-up with JR East Group to open Japanese restaurant JW360° in...

Even Rasel Catering has had its bad bets

RASEL Catering generates millions in turnover these days, but it has had its share of bad bets and low periods.

In 2003, the homegrown...

Doing well, quietly but surely

WHEN Chye Thiam Maintenance was setting up its new material recovery facility at Sungei Kadut last year, the environmental services firm didn't change the sign outside the building to its own...

Seeing silver linings in business

BUFFETTED by headwinds from an ongoing US-China trade war and sluggish global growth, Singapore optics manufacturer Hua Yu (S) still manages to see a silver lining despite having a tougher year...

Investing in agents, tech for the future

Calling real estate broking a "people business", the CEO of Huttons Asia explains why it will continue to recruit and hire. However, it would do so with emphasis on training agents and leveraging...