The SME Magazine (March/April 2018)
WE ALL know that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) need to transform themselves to compete in today's economy.
A father-and-son team grew Yang Kee Logistics to a respectable size from its modest beginnings, but the company reached a turning point when the two leaders had different paths in mind.
HR tech startup Peoplewave was started out of a deep frustration that good employees sometimes become victims of corporate restructures, biased decision-making or have been unfairly treated, says founder and CEO Damien Cummings.
Singapore's SMEs are attractive targets for multinational corporations and private equity funds seeking to tap into the sizable Asean growth story.
From speaking well to creating a work of art - these are skill sets that can be learnt in a methodical way. Voice training school Be The Voice Academy and art school Global Art show that these educators mean business.
The requirements for industrial space will evolve with manufacturing methods, and be a boon for the business park and high-spec industrial space segment.
A list of asking rents for office and industrial spaces, and sales caveats.
The consequences of cyber breaches are grave, and SMEs should take measures to prevent cyber attacks from happening.
A listing of companies with issued capital between S$200,000 and S$5 million.