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Multi-disciplinary approach works for local PR firm
WHEN most people think of public relations (PR), they think it involves a lot of dining and parties. It is not true, says public relations doyen Cho Pei Lin. The managing director of local public...
Swing (30 April-1 May 2016)
Don’t you fret. This kid will bounce back
What were you doing at the age of 22? Me? I was a second-year student at University trying to keep up with my curriculum, some good friends and a fairly active role in a university society.
Shed inches from your waistline
Did you miss the man in red?
Emerging Enterprise 2016
Embracing the media to create brand presence
SMEs are facing multiple challenges in the competitive business environment in Singapore to survive, grow and build their organisation to reach out to consumers, be it in the business-to-business or...
Lessons for SMEs from startups and the sharing economy
How SMEs can create value to build sustainable businesses
SINGAPORE-JAPAN 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONSHIP
Celebrating 50 years of friendship
FIFTY years after diplomatic relations were established between Singapore and Japan, ties between the two nations are as strong as they have ever been, according to the newly arrived Japanese...
A valuable business partnership
Making their mark in Singapore
Restyle your home
You can give your home a makeover without resorting to a big renovation. If your home is looking a little boring or dated, changing up your furniture can do wonders in transforming your living space.
How home accessories can redefine your home
Finding a sofa that suits you
Global Megatrends Conference 2016
Throwing out the rule book
TO TRULY disrupt an industry, companies have to do something that the market leader is not interested in doing, says Singapore-based management consultant Scott Anthony.
Riding the region's mobile revolution
The terrorist's son speaks
Customer Satisfaction Index
Satisfaction with finance, insurance and healthcare lower in 2015
IN A disturbing development, customer satisfaction in Singapore declined last year after recording steady improvement over the preceding four consecutive years. The fall in the national customer...
Banks must embrace newer technology to raise customer satisfaction: Numoni CEO
Maybank tops bank sector in remarkable turnaround
Silver lining in the property market
IT was clearly not a champagnepopping moment for property players when Budget 2016 was unveiled, offering no reprieve from existing cooling measures. Realistically, one should expect this stalemate...
Good time to acquire prime property
Risks, bright spots in mass-market residential sector
Crazy about crossovers
WHILE some of these sport-utility vehicles are full-fledged off-roaders which can climb more than just a kerb, most are soft-roaders with car-like styling and handling that offer good forward...
S&P downgrades Halliburton, affirms Baker Hughes
London mayoral front-runner hopes to unite city
TripAdvisor revenue falls as referral revenue drops
Canada PM: Important to have firms like Bombardier creating jobs
Addiction specialist rushed to see Prince before death
ECB scraps 500-euro note
Bacteria hampers mosquitoes' ability to spread Zika: study
Corruption twist boosts Brazil's 'president in waiting'
Oil prices drift as US crude output falls
US: Stocks tumble on weak jobs data
URA, estate agency body probing potential breach of minimum-stay rule
Singapore property may be heading for long-term drop in value
Singapore Port 2030
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