The SME Magazine (January/February 2015)

TOP STORY

Good deeds

Corporate social responsibility is much more than just philanthropy, volunteerism and eco-friendliness. It is the business philosophy of making a profit in a responsible manner.

DO YOU believe in resolutions? More to the point, do you make resolutions for your business at the start of the New Year? Where do you want to take the business in the year ahead? How does it fit in with your five-year or 10-year plan?

TOWKAYS

OrangeTee.com's secret to long-term sustainable success is its strong team of innovative and passionate staff.

PURSUING EXCELLENCE

Singapore's election to the ISO Council is expected to garner greater participation from local industries to develop international standards that are relevant to the country’s industries and enterprises

BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS

Greenlots' product manager Terence Siew and field operations manager Richard Chee hope that with proficient charging infrastructure in place, more people will drive electric
vehicles.

CUTTING EDGE

Two companies have based their entire business models on sustainablility.

SPACE

Serviced offices offer a prime business address and a flexible space solution for SMEs.

SPACE

A list of asking rents for office and industrial space, and sales caveats.

LEGAL ADVISER

SMEs should make full use of the Productivity and Innovation Credit scheme, but care must be taken to ensure that any expenditure is legitimate.

MARKET INSIGHT

Q&A with Francisco Rios, centre director of IE Singapore's Mexico Overseas Centre.

SMART CAPITAL

Companies in Singapore benefit from investing in R&D for green initiatives.

@WORK

What companies need to know about the legislative changes to the Companies Act.

LIFESTYLE

The prices of the timepieces in Patek Philippe's 175th anniversary collection are not as astronomical as one might think.

LIFESTYLE

Patek Philippe's 175th anniversary celebrations extend into this year.

LIFESTYLE

Have a closer look at some of the prize winners of the 14th Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Geneve.

NEWBIZ

A listing of companies with issued capital between $200,000 and $5 million.