The SME Magazine (November/December 2016)


Go global to go big

With business conditions in Singapore expected to remain bleak for the next few years, SMEs are venturing abroad in search of growth.

AND in a blink of an eye, we have now reached the final issue of The SME Magazine for 2016.


As On Cheong Jewellery celebrates its 80th anniversary, 30-year veteran Ho Nai Chuen has some urgent unfinished business – finding someone to take over.


Two spa and wellness chain operators share the secrets of their staying power and some of their future plans.


Alldox is an application that allows for the management of an array of documents in one place.


Accreditation plays a critical function in ensuring accuracy and reliability in highly regulated industries where such capabilities are important.

Legal Advisor

Investing in South-east Asia's largest economy has often proved challenging with bureaucratic red tape but significant improvements have been made over the past few years.

Smart Capital

Companies that successfully seek out new pathways to expansion and develop a solid footing abroad will be the new leaders of the future.

Technological Edge

The logistics sector is undergoing a tough time, and is one of over 20 industries that will get an Industry Transformation Map tailored to their specific needs.


A co-working space gives SMEs low market entry, exposure and adaptability in the early days of venturing abroad.

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


This year's Grand Prix D'Horlogerie De Geneve is seeing a big jump in the number of women models competing in the luxury watch industry's equivalent of the Oscars.


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