If you walked past a store recently, you probably noticed that many of the retailers in malls or even standalone shops put up these big beautiful banners in front of their store. Why do they do that? Often, we do that because we believe that the right target audience for your brand would be around… Continue reading Is your brand still doing this? Physical banners, a thing of the past?
A Singaporean food delivery company, ‘What To Eat‘, became unreachable after failing to pay their merchants for services provided to them. What To Eat was founded in 2013 and was one of the first food delivery services to gain popularity in Singapore, alongside Deliveroo and Foodpanda. The owner, 40 year-old Benson Lo, had seemingly disappeared… Continue reading 3 Things Singaporeans Can Learn from What To Eat’s Failure
For the unfamiliar, SaaS (software as a service) is a software distribution model in which a third-party providers hosts applications and makes it available to customers over the internet. Popular examples of SaaS products include Slack, Calendy, MoneyPenny, and Financio, amongst others. Small and mid-sized companies are increasingly turning to cloud-based software to help run their businesses… Continue reading The Benefits of SaaS for SMEs by Financio
In the words of Victor Kiam, an American entrepreneur, “In the world of business, competition will bite you if you keep running and if you stand they will swallow you.” These two lines sum up competition very well. If you are in the beauty industry, you need to beat your competition after knowing them. And… Continue reading 5 Reasons Indian Beauty Owners Need to Know Their Competitors
Culture is a pattern of thinking. Your startup culture is most likely spontaneous. As your startup grows you will need to examine and refine your company culture and how to leverage this as you scale your business. Using new business and accounting software will become essential to growing your business and hiring new recruits who can effectively… Continue reading How to Keep the Startup Culture as Your Company Grows
Millennials are the hardest bunch to please in the workforce. For small business owners such as myself, it has been a tricky process in figuring out how exactly to engage them in the right way. Here are some of the methods that have worked for me when it comes to attracting millenials to work for… Continue reading Singapore: 4 Ways How Businesses Can Attract and Hire Millennials
More often than not, stores find themselves storing excess inventory. Excess inventory is when you have an overstock of merchandise or products in your store. There are many reasons why this can happen. Common causes of this typically include: No buying plan for the arrival of fresh merchandise. Stocking large quantities of merchandise based on… Continue reading 4 Simple Ways Stores in Malaysia Can Unlock Cash in the Inventory
As small business owners it’s important to monitor the cash flow of your restaurant business.
We’ve got you covered with these 4 tips that are sure to help you monitor your businesses cash flow so that you’ll always have reserves!
Anyone above 18 years of age can easily start a company in Singapore. The procedures involved are simple, quick and free from too many complications. In fact, the procedure can be viewed as 2 simple steps: Company Name Approval Company Registration Things to consider for Singapore Company Incorporation: A foreigner requires a suitable work visa/pass… Continue reading 9 Tips Foreigners Can Use When Starting A Company In Singapore
Consumers are increasingly expecting to be able to pay via credit card and online payment gateways. Credit card and online payment options undoubtedly provide a host of advantages. They help to attract more customers, considerably broadening customer capture. They are also responsible for producing high revenue. Customers tend to purchase more when the effect of… Continue reading What Retailers Need to Know before Accepting Payment Gateways in Malaysia