EnterpriseOne is a multi-agency initiative managed by SPRING Singapore. The Government offers loans, grants, tax incentives, equity financing and non-financial assistance to help you start and grow your business. Use these programmes to develop new products, improve business processes, protect your intellectual property, venture abroad, etc. Click here to find out more.
Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that is committed towards protecting consumers interest through information and education, and promoting an environment of fair and ethical trade practices. Click here to find out more.
The Pro-Enterprise Panel (PEP) was established in August 2000 to actively seek and act on the public’s feedback on unnecessary and obsolete government rules and regulations to help businesses. In today’s fast changing world, Singapore needs to ensure that its business environment continues to stay globally competitive and conducive for all businesses to sustain economic growth. One way of doing so is to constantly update its regulatory framework and clear away the hurdles that inhibit business growth and stifle entrepreneurial ambitions. Click here to find out more.
Under the Secondhand Goods Dealers Act, Cap 288A, all dealers, excluding pawnbrokers who are licensed under the Pawnbrokers’ Act, who deal in the following secondhand goods (henceforth referred to as “scheduled goods”) would be regulated, regardless of whether such dealing takes place at a shopfront, via a makeshift stall or over the Internet. Click here to find out more.
Max Talent is a two-year place-and-train programme, administered by the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME) and supported by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). The programme will assist PMEs to secure gainful employment and enhance the human resource capabilities of participating SMEs. As the programme partner for Max Talent, ASME will provide guidance and assistance to PMEs and their SME employers through this facilitated employment journey. Click here to find out more.
Tap on $10,000 from the Capability Development Grant to defray some some of the costs incurred in implementing a HR system to support Re-employment. Click here to find out more.
The Interactive Customer Service Toolkit is a free e-learning platform which allows companies to learn about the concepts of service excellence through a series of engagement with animated characters, fun quizzes and simulated scenarios. As one progresses through the toolkit, a series of customizable tools and templates will also be available for download.
Companies can now leverage on this toolkit as an effective alternative to training courses. They can also avoid the downtime of having staff away on courses by using this as an On-Job-Training tool. Finally, the toolkit allows users to learn at their own pace with the progress-saving feature.Click here to find out more.
Productivity Toolkit by SPRING Singapore. Click here to find out more.