Living and working overseas has been nothing less than an eye-opener for Oh Kheng Huat.
Third-party logistics giant Keppel Logistics is no stranger to pushing global boundaries, with logistics facilities across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Australia, China, and Hong Kong.
Many local businesses face increasing competition to attract skilled workers, especially in manpower-intensive sectors such as manufacturing.
They say that necessity is the mother of innovation. This is certainly the story of YCH.
Logistics firm West-Street Carrier overcame labour and financial constraints with the help of the SME Working Capital Loan. The improved cashflow offered room for the company to upgrade its machinery and warehouse management system, leading to a boost in productivity and sales.
Tan Tu Jin (TJ) “delivers” oil to clients around the world, but does so without leaving Singapore.
If at first you don’t succeed, apply until you do.
She has worked in China for 10 years, moved across cities including Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Shenzhen, and is effectively bilingual.
At 39, Julia Leong, Director of Operations of LinkedIn (APAC, China) leads a very fulfilled life.
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.