WHEN Michael Jiang scored a liquor licence four years ago, he had hoped it would help drive more sales at his struggling small grocery business in Sydney.

COMMENTARY

THE pace of connectivity - from businesses moving critical files to the cloud and the volume of cybersecurity threats - has put security teams under significant pressure to maintain the safety of...

SMEs in the food and beverage sector keen to learn how to innovate can look forward to an Oct 1 event at the Food Innovation & Resource Centre (FIRC) at Singapore Polytechnic (SP).

SINGAPORE'S largest lender DBS is extending more support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Republic, as they brace against economic headwinds. 

IN Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's recent National Day Rally speech, he discussed one of the most pressing issues facing both the Singapore economy as a whole, as well as local SMEs: the rising...

SOME Singapore companies in Hong Kong remain confident of doing business there - even as the city's leader on Thursday appealed for an end to the demonstrations, now that her move to formally...

TOP STORY

In a competitive market, user-centric design sets a product apart from its competitors and helps a brand stand out.

EDITOR'S LETTER

The Times They Are A Changin', the Nobel-Prize-winning singer-songwriter Bob Dylan once sang. He couldn't be more right. Music has definitely changed over the years - from how record companies...

TOWKAYS

Two years after he handed over Atlas Hi-Fi, Michael Tien returned as CEO to get the company back on track in a changing world and a shift in consumers' preferences.

BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS

mc2 started in 2004 as an information technology retailer but has since been reinventedinto a smart blinds supplier.