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Bespoke mobile tailor A Gentleman’s Tale revives a dying trade with the use of innovative technology – specifically a 3D body scanner that takes precise measurements in just two seconds.
When local chocolatier Aalst Chocolate first set up in 2003, it was driven by one singular mission—to bring premium made-in-Singapore chocolates to the world. Today, Aalst Chocolate sells 98 percent of its products to more than 50 countries globally.
It started in 2009 with a dream of making good coffee and bakes accessible to everyone—10 years on, Joe & Dough is staying true to what it has set out to do. This local café chain has grown to more than 10 outlets in Singapore, and made its first overseas foray into Indonesia last year.
Established in the 1980s, Lim Kee is one of Singapore’s oldest and largest manufacturers for local breakfast favourites such as steamed buns and dim sum. It stays relevant and keeps up with consumers’ evolving taste preferences by adopting automation and constantly innovating.
Mr Fong Chi Chung’s story reads like a parable: A classic tale of the Country Mouse, armed with little more than a heavy parcel of ambition and dreams, making a mark in the bustling big city.
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.
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.
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.
In 2016 alone, homegrown e-commerce startup Anchanto expanded into nine countries, including India, Australia and China. Today, the firm is present in Singapore and 13 other countries. CEO Mr Vaibhav Dabhade says the company's global success hasn't just come from ambition, however, but has also come from well-honed strategies and prudence. Working closely with IE Singapore(now Enterprise Singapore...