Singapore SMEs

2 local SMEs partner Rolls-Royce, A*Star

ROLLS-ROYCE, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) and two local enterprises have jointly developed a new technology that automates part of an inspection process in jet engine...

Wuhan virus fears put squeeze on travel sector

AS FEARS stemming from the Wuhan virus outbreak put a damper on traffic to and from Greater China, hotels and travel companies in Singapore are reporting cancellations and lower occupancy; local...

Productivity tops Singapore SME priority list in 2020: poll

SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore will focus on boosting productivity as they grapple with a mixed business outlook this year, according to a survey by United Overseas Bank (UOB...

Enterprise Singapore launches second run of Scale-up SG

ENTERPRISE Singapore (ESG) on Thursday launched the second run of Scale-up SG, bringing 18 new local enterprises on board the accelerated growth programme.

Digital transformation pivotal to future of Singapore SMEs

HEADING into 2020, digital transformation will continue to be a strong theme for Singapore small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), driven by government support and a push for increased...

Grab eyes the unsung SMEs behind Fortune 500 heavyweights

GRAB is targeting the underserved segment in the middle-income economy of this region - the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that are the forgotten links in a supply chain that trace back...

Goldbell Group launches private debt investment platform to drive growth in local companies

LOCAL vehicle leasing giant Goldbell Group announced the launch of its private debt investment platform Goldbell Evolution Network (GEN) on Friday which seeks to offer yields of between 5-12 per...

56 entrepreneurs honoured at Spirit of Enterprise Awards 2019

Fifty-six entrepreneurs were honoured at the this year's Spirit of Enterprise (SOE) Awards ceremony held at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore,...

Companies get help to build Global Ready Talent

IN order to maintain its competitive edge, Singapore needs talent with the right expertise and networks to help local enterprises reach more overseas markets, said Minister for Trade and Industry...

Costlier cheques, e-payment fee waiver to further wean SMEs off cheques

SINGAPORE firms are switching from cheques to e-payments, but the pace is just not fast enough.