Enterprise Singapore

58 businesses, individuals fined in 1st week of reopening

In the first week of reopening, 58 fines were issued to businesses and individuals following inspections of workplaces, malls and tourist establishments.

Coronarivus: 58 fines issued to businesses and individuals in first week of post-circuit breaker Phase 1

Five businesses were handed $1,000 fines each for failing to enforce proper safe management measures.

Competition inviting pitches from startups returns with new Covid-19 track

INTERNATIONAL startup pitching competition Slingshot 2020 has returned for the fourth year with its first full virtual challenge, said organiser Enterprise Singapore (ESG) on Monday.

Coronavirus: Staff can work at more than one site if job scope requires it

Even though cross-deployment of employees to different worksites is not allowed due to workplace measures taken to stop the spread of Covid-19, employees can work at more than one site if their...

Digitalisation drives growth, agility for logistics firms

COMPANIES in the logistics business manage some of the most hands-on jobs in Singapore's economy, as their staff stock warehouses and ply the road to deliver goods. But that has not stopped small...

Singapore retail, F&B firms team up to spur China business

SOME Singaporean retail and F&B companies in China are banding together to spur business amid a slow recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, led by industry bodies.

Healthcare, education SMEs get more help to digitalise amid pandemic

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the healthcare and education sectors will get more help in delivering their services remotely amid the Covid-19 outbreak, with the expansion of a range of...

Enterprise Singapore appoints 14 new partners to nurture startups

ENTERPRISE Singapore (ESG) has added 14 new Accredited Mentor Partners (AMPs) to its Startup SG Founder scheme to groom local startups, with the appointments taking effect on May 1.

SME Centres help SMEs digitalise during virus downtime

ON-SITE operations have ground to a halt for most small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore during the ongoing "circuit breaker", but some are seizing the extended downtime as an...