ABOUT seven out of 10 consumer-facing businesses in Singapore plan to step up their digital capabilities for assessing customer creditworthiness in the next 12 months as more consumers face...

THE Government Technology Agency (GovTech) has licensed the software for SPOTON, a smart thermal scanner for mass temperature screening, to four Singapore-based distributors, it said on Thursday...

TOURISM BOOST

THE SingapoRediscovers vouchers aimed at propping up the tourism industry have generated some cautious optimism among travel agencies, but they remain uncertain over how much they will be able to...

ASEAN BUSINESS

SINGAPORE'S Evergreen Assets Management is looking to sink its roots in Indochina, with plans to raise S$100 million to expand its financing business in this part of the fast-growing region.

FACEBOOK Singapore has set aside about S$4.75 million which it will give as grants to local small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

TO emerge stronger from the current crisis, Singapore will need to strengthen its global connections, innovate and digitalise, and ensure inclusive digital growth in all segments of society, said...

SINGAPORE Management University's Business Families Institute (BFI@SMU) and Beyond Lab on Tuesday launched a complimentary programme to help senior business leaders of local small and medium-sized...

BT EXCLUSIVE

SINGAPOREAN public relations (PR) firm Huntington Communications and creative agency Paprika Global have merged and rebranded, against the backdrop of an industry that's seen consolidation in...

THE novel coronavirus pandemic has not stopped Singaporean firms from expanding overseas as they seek new markets to make up for weaker demand during this period.

BEING a business with a long history can be a double-edged sword, according to entrepreneurs behind two established Singaporean firms.