With guidance from a Business Advisor at SME Centre@NorthWest, Excel Hardware enhanced their business processes with technology and e-commerce solutions which led to a combined annual turnover of S$20million.
In just two years, igloohome has grown from a small start-up to creating presence in over 80 markets. With Enterprise Singapore’s support, the smart lock company was able to gain a strong foothold in Asia Pacific and the US by forging strong partnerships through their participation in international tradeshows.
Many of us would be familiar with textbooks and 10-year series produced by Shing Lee since the 1970s. The 83 year-old is now breaking new ground digitally, with support from Enterprise Singapore to open doors to overseas opportunities.
Churning out 50,000 puffs a day is no easy feat. Through automation, Old Chang Kee is able to double its productivity, increase its capacity, and expand its market share in Singapore and beyond.
With two major Oceania M&As completed and the world’s first framed multi-storey automated container depot underway, homegrown logistics firm, Yang Kee Logistics is set to fulfil their vision of developing a truly global network.
By partnering the Food Innovation and Resource Centre, Li Da Foods transformed the spicy Malay meat dish that typically takes four hours to cook into a quick ready meal.
Maintaining high quality standards in the production of its dairy products was more than just meeting a regulatory requirement for SMC Food 21 – it is also crucial to the success of its expansion overseas. Having standards has eased the company’s entry into major markets such as Japan, and will further support its ambition to crack the Chinese market.
Gone are the days where food companies chose between extending shelf life and retaining nutritional value in their food products. With a dash of technology – known as High Pressure Processing – The Soup Spoon rolled out soup packs with longer shelf life and no added preservatives. Find out how using technology has opened new doors for the company locally and globally.
Shopmatic may be based in Singapore but when the e-marketplace service provider startup launched, it went global first – entering the challenging but promising Indian market before even Singapore's. Their bold launch in India has had its share of challenges, but Shopmatic says it's been more than worth it. With Enterprise Singapore as partner, Shopmatic is poised to enter 20 markets by 2020. Not t...
ViSenze was born to go global. From day one, this award-winning visual search tech startup has helped e-retailers Rakuten Taiwan and Zalora transform the way netizens shop online. Touted as one of the most promising tech start-ups in Asia, ViSenze has gone on to bag clients in India such as Myntra, Caratlane, Bluestone, and Xerve.in. CEO and co-founder Oliver Tan shares the secrets to its success ...