Money FM podcast: The do's and don'ts of circuit breaker easing measures

Justin Chan, senior partner of Tito Isaac and Co breaks down what you can and cannot do in Phase 1 and 2 of circuit breaker easing.

StaffAny launches app to help SMEs manage reopening measures

AS companies resume limited operations in Singapore's phased lifting of the circuit breaker, careful tracking of their staff's attendance, temperatures and health declarations will be a top...

Home's Favourite: from 3 recipes to winning pastries

HOME'S Favourite now has a sizeable business retailing its baked goods and exporting them, but the bakery started out with just three recipes and S$30,000 in its arsenal.

David Yeung, CEO & Co-founder of Green Monday

COVID-19 IS ONE big reason why we need to look at plant-based proteins, say climate advocates. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), three out of every four new...

Notes on leadership in these Covid-19 times

HE HAD barely taken over the reins as Prudential's chief executive when Singapore heightened its alert level for the Covid-19 outbreak. Anticipating safe-distancing measures to be further...

Money FM podcast: How SMEs are coping during the circuit breaker

We speak to Kurt Wee, chairman of the Fair Tenancy Framework Industry Committee and president of the Association of Small & Medium Enterprises, about how SMEs have been coping during this...

Preparing for the next big phase of remote working

THE Covid-19 outbreak forced companies to embrace digital transformation seemingly overnight, unequivocally changing the way we work.

Digital transformation the lifeline for SMEs in pandemic

THE government's decision to extend and tighten circuit breaker measures to June 1, 2020, left many retailers with heightened fears of survival.

Overcoming shyness to go online

Florence Low, founder of Lux Lexicon, had to face the camera to continue to reach out to her customers online when non-essential retailers were asked to close shop during the Circuit Breaker...