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Connecting businesses with the alternative finance sector

Reports in last week’s press highlighted the issue of businesses who are unable to obtain banking finance and discussed how they could be connected with the alternative finance sector, which includes crowd funding. 829 more words

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How Singapore's SMEs Can Benefit From Self Storage

Self storage is a thriving, competitive business in Singapore. Based on market research undertaken by Colliers International, the local self-storage industry has grown rapidly over the last 10 years. 610 more words

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Sage advice: How to create a 10-step monthly accounts checklist

Whether you’re a sole trader or running a company, it’s crucial to keep a careful eye on the numbers that make your business tick.

When using Sage software to keep track of business accounts, a few simple monthly disciplines can save a lot of time and stress in the long run. 163 more words

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What Big Ass teach our govt and SME employers

The recent dip in labour productivity has the govt denying that restructuring is a failure. This and PM’s NDR speech reminded me that on 7 May, BT reported:  … 688 more words

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Working to Avoid the Unexpected

“No one expects the Spanish Inquisition! Our chief weapon is surprise, fear and surprise ..." Monty Python's Flying Circus

In yesterday’s post on the experience and philosophies of Ms Anna Wu, the Chairperson of the Hong Kong Competition Commission, we discussed seven personal attributes we believe could be relevant to the Commission’s future approach to enforcing the Competition Ordinance, Hong Kong’s first general competition law. 532 more words

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Monkeys or Baboons?

Hi.

I guess your busy week has started BUT I have a quick question for you, ‘Are you raising Monkeys or Baboons?’

Someone I respect a lot once said, ‘There is no way you can feed a monkey to the extent that it becomes a baboon’. 298 more words

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Inside the Mind of the Hong Kong Competition Commission's Chairperson

For readers who’d like to know more about the personal philosophy and predisposition of Ms Anna Wu, the Hong Kong Competition Commission’s first Chairperson, a recent article… 551 more words

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