The SME Magazine (March/April 2015)

TOP STORY

Learning the tricks of the trade

Mentorship programmes used to follow a traditional mode, but now there's an app for that.

Even with the same end point in mind - show me the money! - there are, I think, two ways in which towkays run their business.

TOWKAYS

Property developer Link (THM) Group's Kenny Tan learnt about the importance of packaging from his years in Japan.

MANAGING TALENT

The SME Talent Programme enables students to experience first-hand the opportunities that SMEs can offer, while business owners can assess if these students are the right fit for the company

BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS

Pirate3D's quest is to make the Buccaneer the world's easiest-to-use 3D printer.

CUTTING EDGE

Two companies with a combined 80 years of experience share their stories of business longevity.

SPACE

With a growing critical mass of businesses, evolving infrastructure and developing complementary activities, Jurong East is an ideal business location.

SPACE

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

LEGAL ADVISER

What directors of Singapore companies should know about the Companies (Amendment) Act 2014.

SMART CAPITAL

The future of innovation lies in customer engagement.

MARKET INSIGHT

Q&A with Liu Huimin, senior manager, Southeast Asia Group, IE Singapore.

LIFESTYLE

Patek Philippe officially opened a boutique in Taiwan last December that is its biggest in the world.

LIFESTYLE

A sample of the timepieces to be unveiled at the Basel show in March.

NEWBIZ

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