SMEs

Growing to the next level

IN recent years, Enterprise Singapore's (ESG) Business Excellence initiative has placed a greater emphasis on getting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to join the programme.

Former bodyguard is now towkay of his own security firm

SIMON Ng spent most of his life being a security officer, and has now built a company training people in the security field - and doing it quite successfully, too.

Young guns fire up Singapore industries

THEY may be young companies, but they are pushing the envelope in their respective industries - and making money from it too.

S$5m tech centre to boost energy efficiency for SMEs to be launched by end-2019

A NEW tech centre to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to become more energy-efficient will be launched in Singapore by the end of this year, said Permanent Secretary for the Ministry...

S$5m tech centre to boost energy efficiency for SMEs to be launched by end-2019

[SINGAPORE] A tech centre to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to become more energy-efficient will be launched here by the end of this year, said Permanent Secretary for the Ministry...

New portal eases process of setting up food service business

THE government wants to make business processes more business-centric, starting with a new portal that will help firms set up food service businesses more cheaply and easily, said Senior Minister...

Hiring sentiment takes a knock in poll of 3,600 SMEs

HIRING sentiment has fallen the most steeply among Singapore's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which are dialling down their business expectations for the next six months amid a dimmer...

New app by UOB, SoReal helps SMEs buy commercial properties faster

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) may now be able to invest in and get loans for commercial properties quicker, with a new mobile app by United Overseas Bank (UOB) and property portal...

Singapore SMEs in HK look to things returning to normal

SOME Singapore companies in Hong Kong remain confident of doing business there - even as protests show no signs of abating after chief executive Carrie Lam formally withdraws the extradition Bill...

Parliament: Ways businesses can manage global uncertainties

SINGAPORE - Singapore needs to diversify and innovate to manage uncertainties in the world, said Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing in Parliament on Tuesday (Sept 3).

HSBC to cut fees, offer rebates to boost struggling small Hong Kong firms

[HONG KONG] HSBC said on Wednesday it will offer rebates and fee reductions for small and medium-sized companies in Hong Kong, as the city’s economy struggles.