Singapore SMEs

Is there still value in cryptocurrencies?

A FLURRY of initial coin offerings (ICO), beginning late last year saw billions of dollars being pumped into the purchase of digital currencies issued by startups aiming to raise funding for...

At the heart of healthcare

SINGAPORE Medical Specialists Centre (SMSC) believes the key to building a successful integrated healthcare centre is through investing in advanced medical facilities and equipment with medical...

Precisely what customers ordered

WHEN Lam Keng Yew's father first established the manufacturing business under the name of Onn Wah Engineering Works in 1961, there were only four workers and a few machines.

How SMEs can expand their e-commerce business overseas

CONSIDERING international expansion is a natural form of progression for SMEs as a way to remain competitive, particularly for those in the retail sector. This is especially vital given the...

SMEs ho-hum about 2019 outlook; more look to Asean for opportunities

CAUTION appears to be the pervading sentiment among Singapore businesses as external uncertainties such as the US-China trade war, rising interest rates and slowing global growth weigh on their...

Netpoleon carves out a niche in competitive cybersecurity market

WITH Singapore well on its way to becoming a Smart Nation, the cybersecurity market has been booming and local cybersecurity value-added distributor, Netpoleon Solutions, has seen a surge in...

Intelligent cloud: A new 'playing field' for SMEs in the digital economy?

THE business landscape has changed drastically since the 1980s when the big tech companies such as Huawei and Amazon first started out. Thirty years ago, new tech entrants had to compete with...

Making cleaning robots a reality

MAKING a robot in under seven months is no easy feat, but husband and wife team Dylan Ng and Michelle Seow, together with assistant professor Mohan Rajesh Elara, did just that.

Constructing a bright future

THE distinctive name of construction company QXY Resources comes from the initials of founder and CEO Patrick Koh's children, and stems from the company's desire to venture beyond the construction...

Bean there, done that

SOYA milk and beancurd used to be traditional breakfast items typically found only in Singapore's hawker centres - that is, until homegrown soya bean chain Mr Bean came along.