Interested in being your own boss? Here are 5 steps you need to undertake to get your business started in Singapore.
As an employer, you might be secretly happy to see that your employees are going out of their way for you, but you can rest assured that such unhealthy work culture will only spell doom for all involved in the long-term.
Few countries are as welcoming and accommodating of foreigners as Singapore. And this aspect of it has received much attention and publicity, too. But what about the not-so-great aspects of living here? Surely there must be some?
The team that you form in the beginning of your start-up journey will go a long way in determining the teams to come. Without a strong team in place, your startup’s output may suffer. Read on to learn about a few to tackle this challenge successfully.
Making mistakes while filing taxes is hardly an uncommon occurrence, but may well lead to unpleasant consequences. In this blog, we look at some of the most common tax filing mistakes made by taxpayers in Singapore.
According to an article on Business Today called “Look East Policy”, the number of Indian start-ups in the city-state has grown from 1,100 to 4,000 between 2000 and 2012. Here, we look at the 5 reasons why they see Singapore as the preferred location for their start-up operations.