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23 May 2019
To attract and retain talents, SMEs need to offer a robust environment, training and development programmes and career growth opportunities
10 May 2019
Singapore is the fourth-largest foreign investor in Nanjing, primarily in manufacturing, finance, education, healthcare and real estate. Singapore businesses have inked several deals in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing to nurture start-ups, as well as develop water technology and Internet security capabilities. The six agreements were signed on Thursday (May 9) by representatives of Singapore c...
07 May 2019
AUSTRALIAN startup accelerator BlueChilli has partnered Enterprise Singapore (ESG) to launch a Singapore-based healthtech accelerator, as part of efforts to scout for and support startups aimed at addressing health challenges and opportunities in South-east Asia.
03 May 2019
SINGAPORE law firms, especially small and medium-sized practices, will receive more support to adopt technology, thanks to a new S$3.68 million one-year scheme launched on Thursday by the Ministry of Law (MinLaw), the Law Society of Singapore (LawSoc), Enterprise Singapore and the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).
29 Apr 2019
ESG looks to grow scene further with beefed-up programmes
18 Apr 2019
The Pro-Enterprise Clinic makes it easier for bosses to get up to speed on business regulations
Urban and infrastructure consultancy Surbana Jurong will be developing a strategic plan for Mexico's interoceanic corridor and master plan two economic development areas there. Enterprise Singapore facilitated the partnership between Surbana Jurong and the Mexican government, following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Mexico in 2016.
08 Apr 2019
This year marks the second time a Singapore delegation has attended the Hannover Messe trade show, which has served as a platform for Singapore companies to showcase their products to a wider international community and engage with potential business partners.
03 Apr 2019
While indoor or rooftop farms for greens and marine fish farms are not that new, "alternative proteins" like insects and lab-grown meat could be a novel addition to diners' plates.
The ongoing drive to ramp up the agri-technology sector builds on earlier agency efforts, but the government's goal of raising local food production still calls for bold solutions, industry experts said.