Business

What Are the Obstacles in Getting Singaporean SMEs to Go Overseas?

Singapore may be wealthy, but given its small and highly competitive domestic market, the only way for SMEs to grow is to expand beyond the island’s borders. What challenges await the ambitious? Dr Tan Wee Liang highlights potential obstacles that SMEs need to prepare for.
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Finding the Right Hook with Their Fresh Coffee Brew

It's not always easy finding good coffee when you need one—not to mention how costly it can be. Facing the same issue herself, Faye Sit created Hook Coffee in a bid to make fresh, specialty brews easily accessible to all coffee lovers.
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When Digital Meets Traditional Royal Artisanship

The role of a second generation business leader is a tricky one, especially when it comes to a family business rich in history and tradition. While Rachel was hesitant to rock the boat, it was her father who urged her to jump onto the digital bandwagon, and Royal Insignia has never looked back since.

Breathing New Life into Family Firms

Keeping the business in the family and family in the business. Will this help breath new life into businesses, or is the risk of intergenerational tension too high?
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Journal of a Young Entrepreneur

Winning the Eureka Prize
At 25, BAcc student Eric Chean is a young entrepreneur who has already developed two start-ups in the shipping industry and recovered from business setbacks.

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