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More than 100 SMEs gain from group-based upgrading solutions

OVER 100 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have benefited from 22 group-based upgrading projects implemented by SME Centres in the past year, said Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Chee Hong Tat on Tuesday.

SMEs seeing productivity gains after tech, innovation push

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are stepping up their investments in innovation and technology as part of their business transformation efforts - and they are reaping the fruits of their labour.

Over 1,300 SMEs adopted digital solutions through Tech Depot

MORE than 1,300 enterprises have adopted over 50 technology solutions in areas such as customer management and analytics through Tech Depot to date, said Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing on Tuesday.
ADDENDUM TO PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS

Singapore must venture out to achieve sustained, quality growth: Chun Sing

AS THE economy matures, Singapore must venture out instead of simply attracting activities here to achieve "sustained and quality economic growth", said Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing on Monday...

Singapore's task not to choose sides, but to remain relevant to the world: Chan Chun Sing

SINGAPORE'S "principled stand and neutrality" were some reasons why the city state was chosen for the upcoming summit between the US and North Korea in June, said Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing...
ADDENDA TO PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS

Innovation is key to vibrant enterprise: Chun Sing

INNOVATION will be the core competitive advantage of Singapore's local enterprises, said Minister for Trade and Industry (MTI) Chan Chun Sing on Thursday...
ADDENDA TO PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS

Global connectivity will boost Singapore's economy, create jobs

SINGAPORE'S transport network will be enhanced to connect the city-state with the rest of the world, Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan said on Tuesday...

Singapore to remain 'nation of opportunities', says President

THE government will continue to renew the Singapore economy to keep it productive, enterprising and innovative, and with a more vibrant economy, Singaporeans will be able pursue dreams, chart fulfilling careers and lead meaningful lives, President Halimah Yacob said on Monday.

Key priority for Singapore to remain a nation of opportunities: President Halimah

ONE of four key priorities is for the city-state to remain a nation of opportunities where Singaporeans can pursue dreams, chart fulfilling careers and lead meaningful lives, said President Halimah Yacob.
TOP STORY

Gaining from sustainability

Being sustainable encompasses social and economic aspects that affect an SME's stakeholders and the wider community in which it operates...
BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS

Eatsy does it

Eatsy makes dining out easy with an app that offers a hassle-free experience for diners, while capturing valuable patron data for restaurants.
TOWKAYS

Time to shine

The future looks bright for clean energy solutions provider Sunseap Group with the changing shift in consumer sentiment and new developments in the industry.

Singapore gears up to be Asean gateway for German firms

SINGAPORE is positioning itself as a gateway for German firms looking to tap business opportunities in Asean, as the region looks set to become an economic force in Asia.

Singapore gears up to be Asean gateway for German firms

SINGAPORE is positioning itself as a gateway for German firms looking to tap business opportunities in Asean, as the region looks set to become an economic force in Asia.

Agreements inked to set up links between Singapore and German firms

SINGAPORE'S manufacturing sector is about to get a shot in the arm, as opportunities open up for local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to collaborate with their German counterparts, also known as the Mittelstand...

S Iswaran looks forward to challenge of helming MCI

WITH "fake news" and communication issues now often cast in the spotlight, the incoming Minister of Communications and Information (MCI) S Iswaran will have his work cut out for him...

Singapore firms to partner German firms in manufacturing push

SINGAPORE'S manufacturing scene is about to get a boost, as new agreements were inked on Tuesday to enhance cross-country partnerships and co-innovation between German and Singapore companies...

To be global manufacturing hub, Singapore firms need deep capabilities: Iswaran

TO FULFIL Singapore's vision of becoming a leading global manufacturing hub, its companies will have to develop deep capabilities and go into international markets, Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) S. Iswaran has said...

Local firms fly Singapore flag at world's largest industrial tech show in Germany

SOME 19 local companies will be flying the Singapore flag at the world's largest industrial technology trade show in Hannover, Germany from Apr 23 to 27...

Singapore exports fall for 2nd consecutive month in March

SINGAPORE'S exports continued to disappoint for the second straight month in March, hit by a triple whammy of high base effects, cooling electronics demand and a strengthening Singdollar. ...

Economists expect slower export growth for the rest of 2018 as March NODX shrinks 2.7%

SINGAPORE'S exports continued to contract for a second month in March, but the pace of decline eased compared to February...
BT EXCLUSIVE

MNC, bank recruiters go all out to woo young talent away from startups

MULTINATIONAL corporations and banks are changing tack in their hiring strategies, as they increasingly find themselves in competition with startups and the gig economy for young talent.

Tech on tap to help local food manufacturers

LOCAL food manufacturers can now extend the shelf-life of their food products by using the advanced technology available at a shared facility, which saves them from having to spend huge sums to invest in equipment of their own.

Just what the patient ordered

IMAGINE seeing a doctor via a video call, getting an electronic medical certification (e-MC) sent to your inbox, and your medication delivered to your doorstep - all without having to leave your home.