Resources

Newly registered companies (September-October 2017)

A listing of companies with issued capital between S$200,000 and S$5 million.

Behind the warm welcome

A hotel management agreement defines the scope and breath of the legal and commercial relationship between a hotel owner and a hotel operator, and SMEs should not take the negotiations of such a...

Small business, big disruption

AS Singapore goes Smart, SMEs have to redouble their digitalisation efforts

Property data

A list of asking rents for office and industrial spaces, and sales caveats.

Getting through the year

THERE is little doubt that 2017 has been one of the more interesting years for the Singapore economy. While it was not plagued by big economic or financial upheavals, the rise of economic...

Can tax strategies be part of companies' growth plans?

THE EY Growth Barometer 2017 found that Singapore's middle-market companies are very bullish about growth. 15 per cent of Singapore respondents expected growth of 26 per cent or more in the coming...

Make innovation work by overcoming the ingroup-outgroup bias

IMAGINE this: you have a great idea to make innovation work in your organisation, but nobody listens. While there could be many reasons why this is the case - such as the lack of a formal ideation...

Singapore needs confidence and consensus to attain big achievements

IN the 1970s, when the International Air Transport Association regime required airlines to charge for food and beverages, one upstart broke the rules.

Ensuring S'pore's construction industry reaches for the sky

AS one of the key pillars to Singapore's growth and development, the construction industry has always been an important component of the economy, accounting for five per cent of the nation's GDP...

To digitalise, or not to digitalise: That is not the question

BUSINESSES today stand at the cusp of what is being identified as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. They will be propelled by the rise of cyber-physical systems built on data, technology, the...