2.1.5 Office (Traditional vs Co-working)

One of the first things people think of when thinking of the word “business” is an office! The common scene is people wearing suits and ties to a tall office building. Well, it does not have to be that way! There are different types of work environments. Many startups nowadays don’t do the whole formal attire thing and have their employees wear informal attire to work. It’s all up to you, really.

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1.2.2 Your idea does not need to be perfect

If you are thinking, “I am going to find the perfect idea to start my business!”
Stop.
Many people want to start their own business, but they spend so much time thinking of a perfect idea on which to base their business. News flash. The perfect idea does not exist. Sure, once in a while, you come across some company in the news, that sparks this question in your mind.

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Need a Business Idea? Here is how to find it!

Geraldine Gauthier, you have coached many entrepreneurs struggling to find their next big idea. Is there a way for them to unlock their creative potential and passion? Geraldine: I believe each of us is innately innovative and creative. Some more so than others, but we’ve all got the spark hidden somewhere down deep inside us. Creativity […]

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Why your startup needs a positioning statement

One of the greatest benefits of having a startup business is an immense opportunity for growth! As a startup, you will quickly check small goals off of your to-do list and constantly be working towards the greater objectives. With so much room for growth, how can you be sure your business is staying on track? […]

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Singapore’s Foreign Policy and Fair Business Environment

Fair and Just Process Singapore is one of the safest places to do business. Corruption remains low consistently and their foreign relations with other countries in terms of business and taxation is almost unmatched. Everything from startups to major headquarters thrive in this business atmosphere and feel secure in their investments and that they are […]

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Trade in Singapore

To start, Singapore is a free-market economy. This means that good and services are priced based on the willingness of the consumers, not the government. Supply and demand are not intervened at all by the government either. Free Trade When it comes to free trade, Singapore is known as the most open in the world. […]

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