SMEs

Home-Fix finds itself in a financial fix

HOME-Fix is pulling the shutters down on all its retail stores in Singapore by the end of this week, marking the end of the brick-and-mortar presence of one of Singapore's well-known consumer...

After the storm, calmer waters now

RASEL Catering generates millions in turnover these days, but it has had its share of bad bets and low periods. In 2003, the homegrown caterer tried its hand at operating restaurants and opened...

Waste management company 800 Super unveils S$130m integrated facility in Tuas

LOCAL waste management company 800 Super officially opened its new, S$130-million integrated energy and resource recovery facility in Tuas South on Monday.

Singapore fintech Osome raises US$3m to expand to UK, Hong Kong

DIGITAL business services startup Osome on Tuesday said it has raised US$3 million from venture capital firms led by existing investor Berlin-based Target Global, with participation from Phystech...

Foreign workers, GST hike keeping SMEs up at night

CONCERNS over coping with foreign manpower cuts and an impending hike in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) remain top of mind for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), with representatives...

MAS, IMDA to pilot real trades on cross-border SME digital platform

BUSINESS sans Borders (BSB), a cross-border digital trade platform experiment for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), will be ramped up in the first half of next year, having completed its...

SMEs paying more for talent to drive growth

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises eager to fast-track their expansion are paying top dollar for the required talent, inspired by startups that have been able to grow their businesses rapidly with...

ARIBA Code of Responsible and Inclusive Business Conduct

ARIBA has launched a code on responsible and inclusive business which seeks to outline the expectations the ASEAN community has of businesses operating in the region, regardless of size. While...

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.