Singapore is one of the best places in the world to build a startup, with easy access to major Asian cities in Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and more. Singapore also has many funding opportunities available through incubators and accelerators, and has some of the world’s best tech talents, making it the perfect startup location for entrepreneurs.
Singapore has everything that a new business could possibly need, including business-incubating infrastructure, tax incentives, cash grants, and financial assistance packages. To fuel the growth of start-up ventures, the government has recently introduced several initiatives to help Singapore develop into a successful startup environment.
A sole proprietorship is a company run by a single person or another registered company. It is the most straightforward business structure to start up. Read more to discover a detailed guide on how to register Sole Proprietorship in Singapore.
Has COVID hindered the launch of your new start-up? You’re not alone. Here’s 10 pandemic-friendly small business advice & tips to make the most of an impossible situation.
In this article, we look the pros and cons of a flexible workspace vs a traditional office space to help you decide which will work best for your needs.
Despite claims to the contrary, and a rise in business confidence, many businesses are still feeling the effects of the GFC, with all its attendant after-effects.
Finding an office in Singapore can be an incredibly daunting task. It’s much more than just a place of work, it’s where you spend up to, and often more than a third of your day.
Here are the top 6 factors to consider to ensure you don't inadvertently hurt your business.
Building a business in Singapore can be exciting, but involves a lot of hard work.
As Singapore becomes more popular as a home for all types of businesses, employers struggle to get a full staff of qualified employees. Large companies from all over the world have come to Singapore in recent years and established a presence in the South East Asian market.
Singapore is the home to many successful offshore businesses and it can provide excellent resources to any company looking for success. The biggest obstacle for many companies is coming up with the money for professional office space, furnishings, equipment, and employees.
Paying taxes is a necessary duty of every citizen who's part of a nation, but it is also something that no one really likes.
A number of large and small companies in Singapore have embraced flexible working arrangements. The reasons can vary by industry, but most agree that this concept could very well revolutionize the way people work.
With Singapore rising in popularity around the world as a home for new startups, employers come each year to try and establish a successful business. Of course, it's important to have skilled employees that you can count on
Singapore is one of the trending business destinations of the continent of Asia. With the government's promise of facilitating fair economic trade, the country is attracting businesses from around the world to set up their offices in the nation.
Our guide to attracting great talent, even in a tough economy, will give you some talent spotting and scouting ideas.
Being a business owner is a big responsibility. It is your vision which drives the company forward and tells the workforce why it deserves to exist and be successful.
Virtual Offices are quickly becoming the number one choice for SME’s and businesses that operate primarily online in Singapore. Gone are the days of traditional office spaces, paying for building repairs, maintenance and the high expense of paying rent in prime locations such as Battery Road or Marina Boulevard in the prestigious Singapore CBD.