Resources

Transforming human resources through technology

Big Data and people analytics are driving changes in the way that companies hire and retain their staff.

Innovation strategies for Singapore SMEs

They include expanding beyond the small domestic market, finding funding, mitigating liquidity risks and looking for M&A solutions.

Running a business & the art of motorcycle maintenance

Your accounts need to run like a well-oiled machine as SMEs can get the money they need to scale up or innovate by constantly maintaining their accounts to ensure a smooth and steady cash flow....

Be a better director

Acra has two online training programmes that offer resources for new company directors and aspiring entrepreneurs.

Transforming facilities management digitally

Innovative concepts using artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, sensors, as well as machine learning have already been rolled out.

More help for SMEs to send staff for skills training

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will receive even more financial support to send their staff for skills training with a grant that could see a $2,000 training course fee slashed to just...

UOB's venture with Zilingo aims to benefit SMEs

United Overseas Bank (UOB) has signed a deal that will give smaller firms access to its banking services via the platform of fashion and lifestyle e-commerce firm Zilingo.

Forecasting recession and recovery is a mix of science, art and timing

MORE economists are now saying that Singapore could enter a downturn next year, as the simmering US-China trade war threatens to bubble over and affect the rest of the world.

Most startup businesses are doomed

I USED to have a 1907 photography annual that carried ads for cameras made by hundreds of small British companies. Not many of those nascent tech businesses survived, even if their products were...

Show me the money: What's wrong with the startups picture?

Not so long ago, investors would have frowned on a company headed for the stock market with no profitability – and no clear sight of future profits – to show.