An Opinion about Singaporean Business Culture

Marina_Bay_Financial_Centre_at_Customs_House,_Fullerton_Bay_Hotel_SingaporrSometime back, I was in Shanghai on a conference. During that trip, I asked a Singaporean friend (who has been working there for at least two years) to tell me more about the business culture and what are the rising industries there. He told me that the Singaporeans are better in the education sector as compared to the other sectors in Shanghai. In his opinion, Singaporean business men did not do so well against businesses from Hong Kong and Taiwan, particularly the food and beverages industry. Continue reading An Opinion about Singaporean Business Culture

Thriving without Intervention: Entrepreneurship in Perspective

KTM’s recent post [1] on emigration have provoked many interesting responses. While Hui Chieh, Lzydata and The Void Deck have offered their perspectives on whether the Singapore government are “listening” to the common people, a few comments (see appendix) centered on the issue of entrepreneurship in Singapore. Continue reading Thriving without Intervention: Entrepreneurship in Perspective