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  • Checklist for Setting Up a Home-Based Business - SG Small Business Centre
    to invest in a computer with a higher processing speed and more RAM to ensure it can handle that much data Generally you should look for a dual core processor and a minimum 4GB of RAM memory Phone You probably already have a cell phone but it might be time to invest in a landline for your business as well In addition to giving you a dedicated phone number for your business it will allow you to reserve your cell phone for personal use or urgent business matters It is important for people to be able to reach you but setting some early boundaries isn t a bad idea Multifunction Printer Most printers today are also outfitted with scanning copying and faxing functionalities so you can purchase one slightly more expensive machine instead of four separate ones When looking for printers take into account the cost of the ink as well Depending on your business needs you may not need a full color printer and this can end up saving you a lot of money over time If you have a high volume of items to print consider investing in a laser printer or something with a higher speed Also keep in mind that when the need for major print jobs arise i e a lot of copies full color you can outsource those Internet Speed You probably already have an internet service provider for recreational use but now that you ll be relying on that connection to do business you might want to look into an upgrade This is especially important if you live with other people who might be using the internet when you are trying to work If you re not sure where to start IDA reports that SingTel s fibre broadband has the fastest download speeds Software If you haven t already invest in the latest version of Microsoft Office This is the most common business software on the market today so chances are you ll have no trouble reading or editing files and documents clients send to you and vice versa You might also want to look into the following depending on your business needs Adobe Acrobat Professional Allows you to edit Adobe PDF files as well as build PDF forms with editable fields Adobe CS6 Design Includes Photoshop Illustrator and InDesign this is one of the premiere design software suites Adobe is now also offering a Creative Cloud solution a monthly membership service that grants members access to Adobe software Develop a Business Plan Decide early on what exactly you ll do to earn money and who your customers will be One of the best ways to organize these thoughts and ideas is with a formal business plan There are many templates available online but the key features of any business plan include Executive Summary including ownership details and overview of products and services offered Company Overview including a mission statement and details regarding business location Products and Services detailing how products services meet

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  • 7 Things to Research Before Starting a Business - SG Small Business Centre
    competitive research Understand Your Target Audience Different target audiences would want to be reached in different ways Understanding your target audience is the key to successful marketing without it your products will be tough to sell Who is your product or service targeting and what unique benefits does it provide Once you understand that test different forms of marketing to see exactly what your target audience responds to For example if your target is older consumers traditional advertising is probably your best bet but for a younger market you ll need to get creative and use new media i e YouTube spots social media posts etc By using a variety of market research tools from Google you can get started on defining and marketing to your target audience Choose Your Company s Name Before you launch your business you should make sure someone else isn t already using that name it s also a good idea to make sure your preferred name is available for a website domain Use the ACRA entity search to find out if your business name is currently in use by somene else You should also use WHOis net to find out if your domain name is already taken Prepare a Business Plan Your business plan is a roadmap to success It demonstrates how your business plans on generating revenue and it outlines what makes your team and its offerings unique and worth an investor s time and money It s also very important if you re looking to raise money from investors How you write your business plan will vary according to your industry so again research your competitors and use their plans to shape yours Find Sources of Funding You may not have the out of pocket funds to start your business Research whether to take out a loan get certain investors to buy equity or look into what business grants are available for your business EnterpriseOne provides a good overview of all the government loans grants and financing options available to new businesses in Singapore Licensing and Legal Documentation There are certain legal documentations and licenses you will need to obtain in order to lawfully run your business After the initial documentation of registering your business you ll also need to consider industry and or location specific licenses For example if you are a restaurant that will be serving alcohol you will need a liquor license For help with finding your business license requirements a good place to start is EnterpriseOne s licensing permits overview As you ll soon find out this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to starting your own business But having these 7 aspects in place will provide a solid foundation for you to build from See all articles 3 simple ways to price your products for better sales 4 Ways Your Small Business Can Compete With Corporate Giants 5 Ways to Analyze Your Business Idea Before Taking the Leap 3 tips to cultivating positive

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  • 7 Questions to Ask a Potential Business Partner Before Signing on the Dotted Line - SG Small Business Centre
    capital and many partners determine the ownership equity based on the percentage of money contributed to the partnership at its formation For instance if your partner plans to contribute two thirds of the capital then you may decide he or she is entitled to two thirds of the equity It s important to keep good records of all contributions so disagreements won t occur in the future How Much Time Can You Dedicate to the Business When building a business the amount of time each partner puts into the company is just as important as the capital but for different reasons Most startups require a huge time commitment and if one partner puts in a lot of hours but the other doesn t it can cause friction When both partners understand how much time they are expected to contribute there won t be unrealistic expectations which can help head off conflicts Keep in mind that not all partners have to put in equal amounts of time but if that s the case you should agree on that in the beginning Many partners address this issue by making time commitments a factor in the ownership equity just as they do with capital commitments How Will You Handle Conflict or Trying Circumstances Partners typically have equal authority unless you stipulate otherwise in your partnership agreement If your partner doesn t handle tough situations well it could put the business in jeopardy when it comes to finances employees or dealing with tricky vendor and customer situations If you haven t known your potential partner long enough to have a firm understanding of his or her character do some digging by asking questions about past conflicts or difficult situations and find out what happened Will You Agree to Put it in Writing To avoid conflicts or misunderstandings you should create a partnership agreement that outlines all of the critical areas of the business Here are some things you should address in the agreement The name of the partnership Each partner s contributions Allocation of profits losses and draws Definition of each partner s authority and decision making ability Management guidelines Procedures for admitting new partners What happens if a partner withdraws or dies Dispute resolution LawCanvas com has a really useful Founder s Agreement template you can use What s Your Exit Strategy No matter how well you plan your partnership the unexpected can happen and one partner may want to exit the business It will make it easier if you have discussed this possibility with your partner and planned what will happen in that event If they have to leave will they want you to buy them out Or would they prefer to sell their interest to another party By having this discussion before you commit to the partnership you will both have a clear understanding of expectations ahead of time By addressing each of these issues with your potential partner before committing to go into business together you ll have a clearer

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  • QuickBooks ProAdvisor Terms | Intuit QuickBooks Singapore
    provided by a professional provider of accountancy and technology services 3 1 6 To use best efforts to resolve any complaints or disputes with end user customers regarding ProAdvisor s services under the Program in a fair and timely manner ProAdvisor agrees not to use or display any materials or content on ProAdvisor s Web site s in a manner that is defamatory misleading libelous obscene or otherwise potentially damaging to the reputation of Intuit or the goodwill associated with Intuit and 3 1 7 To only recommend and sell or provide the Intuit Services to an end user customer where ProAdvisor reasonably believes that the Intuit Services are in all the circumstances the most appropriate service for the end user customer 3 2 Right to Inspect Intuit shall have the right to inspect ProAdvisor s i provision of support and services to end user customers under this Agreement ii business premises and iii Program related materials in order to ensure ProAdvisor s full compliance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement ProAdvisor shall cooperate fully with Intuit and shall provide Intuit immediate access to all requested ProAdvisor materials and to ProAdvisor s business premises in order to allow Intuit to exercise its right to inspect under this clause 3 2 3 3 Authorization ProAdvisor hereby authorizes Intuit and third parties authorized by Intuit to disclose and or publish ProAdvisor information including without limitation ProAdvisor s name address and other contact information expertise profile and business profile in printed and or electronic forms in any medium 4 USE WITH YOUR MOBILE DEVICE 4 1 Rules and Guidelines Orders shall be deemed eligible only where the orders are i for Intuit Software ii placed by ProAdvisor on the Intuit site iii made by the enduser directly on the Intuit site and iv bundled with ProAdvisor s professional services In order to receive credit for the order the ProAdvisor or enduser must submit the ProAdvisor QuickBooks Company ID to Intuit using the designated link available on the Intuit site 4 2 Sales performance is measured on a quarterly basis Reporting Period 4 3 Eligible compensation payments will be made to ProAdvisor approximately fifteen 15 days following the end of each quarter during the term period less any other fees or reduction for returns that Intuit is required by law to withhold 4 4 Intuit has a 60 day return policy ProAdvisor will be billed back for any commissions paid on orders from customers who return Intuit Software according to the Intuit Return Policy 4 5 Upon termination Intuit will pay ProAdvisor in accordance with Section 5 5 TERM AND TERMINATION 5 1 Term This Agreement shall be effective upon the Effective Date and shall remain in effect for so long as ProAdvisor is in full compliance with the terms of this Agreement or until cancelled or terminated as otherwise provided in this Agreement the Term 5 2 Termination 5 2 1 Intuit may terminate this Agreement for cause immediately and without prior notice in the event that i ProAdvisor fails to perform any of ProAdvisor s obligations under this Agreement or is otherwise in default hereunder ii Intuit in its sole discretion determines that ProAdvisor does not meet the Program criteria as determined by Intuit from time to time or iii any conduct or proposed conduct of ProAdvisor exposes or threatens to expose Intuit to any liability or obligation including without limitation any obligation under federal state or local law 5 2 2 Either Party may terminate this Agreement without cause upon notification to the other Party Termination shall be effective thirty 30 days following notification by either Party Should Intuit determine to i terminate this Program or ii terminate the Agreement with ProAdvisor Intuit shall pay ProAdvisor any monies due as set forth in Exhibit A 5 3 Upon expiration or termination of this Agreement regardless of the reason therefor i all privileges and benefits of the Program granted to ProAdvisor will be immediately revoked ii ProAdvisor shall immediately cease use of all Intuit trademarks tradenames copyrights and all Program material including without limitation Approved Materials and product box images the Intuit Images as those terms may be further defined in the Trademark Usage Guidelines or in the Member Guide iii ProAdvisor shall promptly return to Intuit all Intuit confidential information or certify in writing that ProAdvisor has destroyed all such Intuit confidential information iv all rights and licenses granted to ProAdvisor under this Agreement will immediately and automatically terminate and v ProAdvisor will immediately discontinue representing that ProAdvisor is a Program participant and Intuit Services reseller 6 DISCLAIMERS LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY 6 1 Disclaimers INTUIT EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS AND MAKES NO FURTHER REPRESENTATIONS AND OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE PROGRAM AND ANY SERVICES AND THE PROGRAM AND SERVICES ARE PROVIDED TO PROADVISOR AS IS TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW INTUIT HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED BY STATUTE COLLATERALLY OR OTHERWISE INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF NON INFRINGEMENT SATISFACTORY QUALITY MERCHANTABILITY FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR REASONABLE CARE AND SKILL 6 2 Limitations Of Liability TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW INTUIT SHALL NOT BE LIABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE FOR ANY SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL INCIDENTAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THIS AGREEMENT THE PROGRAM OR THE SERVICES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS LOSS OF USE LOST DATA OR ANY DAMAGES OR SUMS PAID BY PROADVISOR TO THIRD PARTIES EVEN IF INTUIT HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES THE FOREGOING LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SHALL APPLY WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED UPON BREACH OF CONTRACT WARRANTY OR ANY STATUTORY DUTY NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT PRINCIPLES OF INDEMNITY OR CONTRIBUTION THE FAILURE OF ANY LIMITED OR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY TO ACHIEVE ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE SINCE SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THIS LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO PROADVISOR INTUIT S TOTAL LIABILITY FOR ALL DAMAGES ALLEGED DAMAGES AND LOSSES HEREUNDER WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT TORT INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE SHALL NOT EXCEED THE LESSER OF AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY INTUIT UNDER THIS AGREEMENT OR FIVE THOUSAND 5 000 US DOLLARS 7 TRADEMARKS TRADE NAMES AND COPYRIGHTS 7 1 ProAdvisor agrees to carefully follow the requirements set forth herein in order to ensure that all advertising marketing promotional web and trade show materials conform to the following trademark usage guidelines the Trademark Usage Guidelines so that customers are not confused as to the relationship between ProAdvisor and Intuit and so that end user customers receive a clear and consistent marketing message about Intuit Services 7 2 During the term of this Agreement Intuit hereby grants to licensee the limited non exclusive non sublicenseable revocable right and license to display the trademarks and logos the Intuit Marks and Intuit images the Intuit Images solely for the purpose of and in direct connection with ProAdvisor s advertisement promotion sale and licensing of such Intuit Services All such advertisement promotion sale and licensing must comply with this Agreement and the Trademark Usage Guidelines and the Member Guide as may be modified by Intuit from time to time For the avoidance of doubt Intuit Images include without limitation the box art the web site descriptions and get up of Intuit products and the Intuit Services 7 3 ProAdvisor will include on each copy of any materials that it creates regarding or referring to Intuit Services all trademark copyright and other notices included by Intuit on Intuit Services or required to be so included by Intuit from time to time The appropriate ownership legend must also be displayed at least once in any materials where the QuickBooks name is mentioned Such legend must read as follows QuickBooks is a registered trademark of Intuit Inc ProAdvisor agrees not to alter erase deface or obscure any such notice on anything provided by Intuit The QuickBooks trademark must appear with the symbol directly next to the mark as shown 7 4 ProAdvisor acknowledges that it has paid no consideration for the use of the Intuit Marks or Intuit Images and nothing contained in this Agreement will give ProAdvisor any right or interest in any of them except for the limited rights to display the Intuit Marks or Intuit Images in connection with the distribution of Intuit Services during the Term as set forth in this Agreement ProAdvisor acknowledges that Intuit owns and retains all intellectual property rights in the Intuit Marks and Intuit Images as well as in all Intuit Services and agrees that it will not at any time during or after this Agreement assert or claim any interest in or do anything that may adversely affect the validity or enforceability of any trademark image logo trade name trade secret copyright or patent belonging to or licensed by Intuit including without limitation any act or assistance to any act which may infringe or lead to the infringement of any copyright in Intuit Services or attempt to grant any right therein As part of such obligation ProAdvisor will not register any mark logo trade name ProAdvisor name domain name screen name or other source indicator which might be reasonably understood to refer to any Intuit Services including any mark logo trade name or the like containing the words acronyms or prefixes intui intuit tuit quick quickbooks qb turbotax proadvisor Mint gopay or gopayment or phonetic equivalents the Intuit Names ProAdvisor further agrees that ProAdvisor will use all Intuit Services provided by Intuit strictly in accordance with the software license agreement acProAdvisoring such software and with all applicable laws including without limitation United States copyright laws ProAdvisor further agrees not to attach any additional trademarks logos trade designations or other legends to any Intuit Services without the prior written consent of Intuit ProAdvisor further agrees not to affix any Intuit trademark logo or trade name to any non Intuit product or service Any use of Intuit Marks Intuit Images or other Intuit owned names and logos as part of ProAdvisor s own source identifiers or in a way that might create confusion with the Intuit Marks Intuit Images or Intuit owned names is prohibited 7 5 Upon expiration or termination of this Agreement ProAdvisor will immediately cease all display advertising and use of all Intuit Marks Intuit Images and other Intuit owned designations including the Intuit name or the names of any Intuit Services and will not thereafter use advertise or display any name mark or logo which is or any part of which is similar to or confusing with any such Intuit Marks Intuit Images or other Intuit owned designations associated with any Intuit Services 7 6 Intuit reserves the right to object to any uses or misuses of the Intuit Marks which it deems in its sole discretion to be inappropriate or to constitute a violation of applicable law In the event that Intuit finds any such improper use or misuse to be intentional Intuit shall have the right to take any and all appropriate action up to and including termination of ProAdvisor s participation in the Program ProAdvisor agrees to reasonably cooperate without fee or charge in Intuit s efforts to protect its intellectual property rights and will make any modifications or alterations to any of its content that contains or makes reference to Intuit Marks or Intuit Names upon request ProAdvisor agrees to notify Intuit immediately in writing of any breach of Intuit s intellectual property rights that comes to ProAdvisor s attention 7 7 Use of Intuit Images ProAdvisor may use Intuit Images solely in connection with ProAdvisor s advertisement promotion sale licensing and distribution of the Intuit Services under this Agreement When reproducing the Intuit Images the only modification ProAdvisor is allowed to make is to resize the Intuit Images in exact proportion to their original height and width No resampling or other attempted modification is allowed and no alteration cropping or addition to the Intuit Images is permitted The Intuit Images cannot be violated adjusted modified altered or touched by any other text images or graphics in any way and there must be a border of space of at least 10 percent of the total height of each Intuit Image surrounding the Intuit Image on all sides in every instance where the Intuit Images appear Additionally in 4 color materials e g not black and white or grayscale and on web sites the Intuit Images must appear in their original colors as is found on the Intuit website from time to time 7 8 Correctly Promote ProAdvisor s Membership in the Program Upon ProAdvisor s enrollment into the Program under this Agreement Intuit encourages ProAdvisor to inform and provide notice to its current and prospective end user customers of its membership in the Program in accordance with this Agreement and all of the Trademark Guidelines listed herein ProAdvisor can convey this information in its advertising promotional materials detailed brochures sales materials and web sites Approved Materials but ProAdvisor agrees to only do this in a way that does not lead customers to believe that ProAdvisor is somehow an Intuit representative or employee or that ProAdvisor is somehow Officially Endorsed by Certified by Authorized by or formally Partnered with Intuit beyond the designations supplied to ProAdvisor under this clause 6 8 Do not use the term Intuit Reseller Intuit Partner or any other description other than one of the following statements in ProAdvisor Approved Materials Member Intuit ProAdvisor Program or Member of the Intuit ProAdvisor Program or Intuit ProAdvisor or Intuit Cloud ProAdvisor 7 9 No Inappropriate Content Except as set forth herein or in the Member Guide all uses of the Intuit Services names Intuit Names Program names or Intuit Marks are prohibited ProAdvisor agrees that the Approved Materials will not contain any content that could be deemed by Intuit in its sole judgment to be obscene violent or otherwise in poor taste or unlawful or for the purpose of encouraging unlawful activities or otherwise misusing or bringing into dispute or disrepute the Intuit Marks Intuit Names or names or logos of Intuit Services or services 7 10 Advertising and Marketing Guidelines ProAdvisor must adhere to Trademark Usage Guidelines set forth above in addition to the current published Advertising and Marketing Guidelines as referenced in the Member Guide 8 PRIVACY ProAdvisor can view Intuit s Privacy Statement provided with the Program and on the website for the Program ProAdvisor agrees to the applicable Intuit Privacy Statement and changes published by Intuit ProAdvisor agrees that Intuit may use and maintain ProAdvisor s data according to the Intuit Privacy Statement as part of the Program ProAdvisor also give Intuit permission to aggregate ProAdvisor s non personally identifiable data which ProAdvisor enters or upload with that of other users of the Program For example this means that Intuit may use that non personally identifiable aggregated data to improve services design promotions or provide ways for ProAdvisor to compare business practices with other Program users Intuit is a global ProAdvisor and you agree that Intuit may access or store personal information in and transfer it to multiple countries including countries outside the European Economic Area or ProAdvisor s country 9 CONFIDENTIALITY As a member of the Program ProAdvisor agrees that any information Intuit discloses to ProAdvisor whether in oral or written form and that is identified by Intuit as confidential or proprietary or is otherwise not generally available to the public shall be deemed confidential information and ProAdvisor will not disclose such confidential information to any employees who do not have a specific need to use such information or to any other third party without Intuit s prior written consent ProAdvisor acknowledges that the unauthorized disclosure or use of Intuit confidential information will cause irreparable harm to Intuit and ProAdvisor agrees that upon the written request of Intuit ProAdvisor will return to Intuit or permanently destroy any confidential information ProAdvisor has received in writing or other tangible form from Intuit In the event of violation of this clause 8 ProAdvisor agrees that Intuit will have the right to seek and obtain injunctive relief in addition to any other rights and remedies Intuit may have 10 GENERAL 10 1 ProAdvisor in Good Standing ProAdvisor shall at all times during the term of the Agreement meet the criteria listed in the Agreement and the Member Guide or be subject to removal from the Program upon the sole discretion of Intuit 10 2 Assignment ProAdvisor may not sell transfer or assign this Agreement in whole or in part or any of the rights hereunder unless ProAdvisor obtains the prior written consent of Intuit Any such purported assignment or transfer shall be deemed a material breach of this Agreement and shall be null and void This Agreement is freely assignable by Intuit and will be for the benefit of Intuit s successors and assignees 10 3 Notices Except as otherwise stated herein all notices specified in this Agreement shall be sent by certified mail return receipt requested commercial carrier confirmed facsimile or confirmed email and shall be considered effective upon receipt by the applicable Party as follows Intuit Singapore Pte Ltd 20 Cecil Street 16 03 08 Equity Plaza Singapore 049705 or such other address as either Party may notify the other by way of notice in accordance with this provision 10 4 Survival The provisions of this Agreement including clauses 2 2 4 5 6 4 6 5 6 6 6 9 7 8 9 6 9 7 9 8 9 12 9 14 and 9 16 which by their terms require or contemplate performance by the Parties after expiration or termination or which reasonably ought to be understood to so require or contemplate shall be enforceable notwithstanding any expiration or termination howsoever caused 10 5 Non Waiver No waiver of any right or remedy on one occasion by either Party will be deemed a waiver of such

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  • Elvin Zhang, Author at SG Small Business Centre - Page 3 of 4
    your business Read Views 428 How to Project Profits With Cost Volume Profit Analysis by Elvin Zhang on June 22 2015 Forecasting profits is an important exercise for any business A forecast of future profits may win over hesitant investors and also helps you plan for business expansion This is especially true in Asia where investors are more risk averse A cost volume pro Read Views 517 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 19 June by Elvin Zhang on June 19 2015 Every week we ll be featuring 5 links that would be useful to you as a small business owner in Singapore Here s what caught our eye this week 5 Steps to Becoming an Authentic Leader Being a leader is crucial for any small business owner or entrepre Read Views 423 How to Use Split Testing to Improve Your Online Sales by Elvin Zhang on June 15 2015 Asia Pacific is expected to become the leading region for ecommerce sales in 2015 representing 33 4 of total ecommerce sales worldwide To make the most of this trend for your small business you ll need to constantly test and improve your website to incre Read Views 579 3 tips to cultivating positive employee relationships by Elvin Zhang on June 10 2015 One key to the success of a small business is having a strong relationship with your employees A good employee relationship translates to exponentially higher productivity providing significant returns for your business This week let s take a look at Read Views 487 The Top Fears of Startup Founders by Elvin Zhang on June 8 2015 Over 80 of startups in Asia fail within the first 3 years With statistics as dismal as this it s only natural for entrepreneurs to experience some anxiety

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  • Elvin Zhang, Author at SG Small Business Centre - Page 4 of 4
    June 1 2015 As one of the most essential aspects of a business proposal the financial plan utilizes current financial data to project long term profits and losses for your company As a business owner having a strong financial plan helps you identify potential issues an Read Views 577 Prev 1 2 3 4 For Small Businesses View QuickBooks Online plans Online Invoicing Software Automated Bank Uploads Add ons Features

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  • 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend – 3 April - SG Small Business Centre
    Is It a Luxury I ll invest in branding campaigns once I make more money Most small businesses are too busy to bother themselves with luxury branding activities Guess what branding should be done from day 1 and here s the catch it s doable by companies with the smallest budgets Beginners Guide Finding a Business Location in Singapore Every newly minted business needs an office to run its business from and the tie down period is usually for a year minimum Having the right location can affect everything from operations to hiring processes Here s a simple guide to get you started See all articles 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 7 August 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 31 July QuickBooks Online Invoice Template Customisation QuickBooks Online iOS updates Apple Watch app 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 24 July 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 17 July 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 10 July 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 3 July Singapore Accountant VIP Event 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 26 June 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 19 June 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 5 June 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 29 May How to create an invoice with the works 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 22 May 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 15 May 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 8 May 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 1 May 5 Links

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  • 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend - 27 March - SG Small Business Centre
    most profitable company in the world is certainly something worth emulating for any business in the world As with a small business much of its success lies in the traits of its founder Steve Jobs Check out his leadership style here Helping SMEs in e commerce and HR SMEs in Singapore looking expand their capabilities in the area of ecommerce and HR can soon expect initiatives from SPRING in these two areas Companies can expect sharing platforms that can help SMEs lower cost of operations to be established See all articles 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 7 August 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 31 July QuickBooks Online Invoice Template Customisation QuickBooks Online iOS updates Apple Watch app 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 24 July 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 17 July 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 10 July 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 3 July Singapore Accountant VIP Event 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 26 June 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 19 June 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 5 June 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 29 May How to create an invoice with the works 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 22 May 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 15 May 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 8 May 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 1 May 5 Links Singaporean Small Business Owners Should Read This Weekend 24 April 5 Links Singaporean Small Business

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