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Why you need a registered address for your business

 Options you have for office spaces If you are about to start your new business, the first thing that may come to your mind is renting an office space. It may seem daunting and a huge commitment – time wise and budget wise. However, it has never been easier and more flexible to rent an […]

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6 Tips for Marketing Your Business in Today’s World

  1. Avoid the sales pitch Nobody wants to watch your ad. Let me say that again: nobody wants to watch your ad. Think of how you instantly reach for your phone once an advertisement break during your favorite TV show starts, or how you roll your eyes when you see a product placement in […]

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Why Your Business Needs a Website

Tips on creating a website for entrepreneurs Entrepreneurs are responsible for handling a wide variety of functions, from business operations to marketing. As many entrepreneurs know, these on-hand tasks can seem endless. As a small business or early-stage start-up, it is imperative that you build brand awareness and presence. This can be done with offline […]

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Setting Up a Private Limited Company in Singapore and Avoiding Mistakes

Setting up a private limited company in Singapore is an excellent option for the startups and small business owners. It provides them with limited personal liability, credible brand image, ability to raise funds for future expansions, access to tax exemption schemes, etc. And, a Pte Ltd, unlike a proprietorship or partnership, has perpetual existence.

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1.4.4 Business Structure Comparison

When you are incorporating your company, you have to select your business structure. It is paramount that you understand what each business structure entails and the advantages and disadvantages of each of them. In this article, we will help you examine the three main business structures and aid you in making the correct decision for your business.

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The profile of a Singaporean entrepreneur

Singapore is a country known for its efficiency, orderliness and honesty with a pro business climate. There is a developed technological infrastructure and legal system (including Intellectual Property laws), which are invaluable to a start-up. However, in well-educated and fast-moving Singapore, people tend to be more career-oriented. Thus, many talented Singaporeans would be more tempted by the allure and stability of an established Multinational Corporation (MNC) rather than the uncertainty of start-ups.

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