At a certain stage of starting up a business, you are going to have to spend money on your business to take on a professional image as well as run daily business activities efficiently.
Are you in the market for a commercial space for your business? Moving from one workspace to a new location always marks an exciting event for a business. It is an opportunity to look forward to taking your business to greater heights. However, it also ha
It is not surprising to know if many small businesses in Singapore began their operations at home. It makes almost perfect sense because of the cost savings and low investment/capital required.
Since the close of the first decade of the new century, there has been a surge in online retailers in Singapore. The relatively new business model, commonly referred to as e-commerce is highly acclaimed.
As research continues to support the benefits of shared workspaces to the worker, the gains for the business also stand out. Large corporates such as Google have successfully introduced collaborative and shared working environments in the workplace.
At the turn of the century, start-up businesses in Singapore faced an overwhelming challenge. Demand for commercial space outstripped supply and affordable spaces were scarce.
A new trend is emerging in Singapore, where expansive spaces zoned off and relied on for manufacturing or industrial use, are gaining acceptance as sites for office spaces.
In today’s economy, work-life balance is no longer just a buzz-word to attract new talent and impress investors, it is a crucial aspect that affects the KPIs for any business. Companies can no longer get by with bad lighting and cramped work areas.
Thanks to the rise of the digital economy, there has been an exponential expansion in co-working spaces or communal workspaces.
E-commerce is taking Singapore by storm, and the traditional bricks and mortar stores are feeling the impact. Disruption from e-commerce was partly responsible for the stagnation of the price of rent for prime commercial spaces in malls in 2018.