SMEBiz - Metro | The Star Online


More SMEBiz Stories

  • Filter by

Search on for innovative business initiatives

NESTLE S.A. recently kicked off its 2018 Creating Shared Value (CSV) Prize, seeking out winning initiatives from across the globe.

Airline launches global promotion

QATAR Airways is offering discounts of up to 40% for economy and business class passengers through its ‘Global Travel Boutique’ promotion until Sept 19.

Qatar Airways‘ attractive deals are valid for travel between Sept 15 this year and May 31 next year.

Branching out into food sauce production

International Trading Profile goes from trading in resin and special chemicals to making homemade sauces.

(Left) Koh (right) giving an employee a few pointers at the office. — ASRI ABDUL GHANI/The Star

Digital disruption a boon for business

Industry leaders share experiences at the Star SMEBiz Think Tank

Full house: The seminar saw a big turnout of SMEs and business leaders.

A space for others

THE sight of a coffee place and vibrant eateries is not something one would associate with dusty, old printing press machines of yesteryears.

Remodelling a staid business

Sticking to his plans helps Ee Soon Wei change his family’s business legacy

IBM to invest in AI research lab with MIT

IBM will spend US$240mil over 10 years to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) research lab with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pooling the organisations’ resources as competition intensifies to produce breakthroughs in the field.

China startup in race for driverless trucks

Self-driving trucks could cut cost significantly and improve safety

Ripe for disruption: Haulage industry ready for automation as it faces a growing shortage of drivers. — Reuters

Singapore plans transformation of wholesale trade

SINGAPORE stands to gain from the coming Asian consumer boom if it builds up digital platforms and invests in workers, Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) S. Iswaran said.

Opportunity in Indonesia’s digital economy

THREE years ago, Singaporean Jason Lim was working in a multinational corporation in Jakarta when he saw a business opportunity in Indonesia's emerging digital economy.