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Celebrating the partnership between SME Centres, Chamber of Commerce and SPRING Singapore

The stage was set for the occasion at the National Library with breath taking view and dizzy heights at the 16th level, IPOD. The stream of business advisors, the member of the chambers of commerce, and officers of the SPRING Singapore flowed into the IPOD, creating the buzz of activities.

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Featured in Singapore Indian Business Leaders Award

I am humbled to be one of the 90 Indian business leaders featured in the Singapore Indian Business Leaders (“SIBL”) Book, launched by Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (“SICCI”) on 19 March 2016.

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Starting a Non-Profit Organisation in Singapore

What is a Non-Profit Organisation in Singapore? A non-profit organization (NPO) is a legally registered entity set up with its principal activities being that of a public or private interest. As the name suggests, NPOs are not set up for profits. Unlike a typical commercial entity which distributes profits to it’s shareholders, an NPO retains … Continue reading Starting a Non-Profit Organisation in Singapore

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Build your Workforce and Go Global @ SME Centre Public Briefing

As an SME owner herself, Ms Helen Campos understands the obstacles in building a business idea and growing it into a successful company locally and abroad. There are many steps to overcome hurdles such as manpower constraints, the need to innovate, cost of expanding and networks.

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Dialogue Session with Manpower Minister, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin

Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry held an engaging dialogue session with its members on 30 January 2015. The session was graced by Manpower Minister, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin. Members took this occasion to voice their concerns over the continued labour constraints faced by SMEs. This topic stirred lively exchange of suggestions and views in … Continue reading Dialogue Session with Manpower Minister, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin

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SICCI’s Women Entrepreneur Network to take the lead in recognizing women’s role in business and professions

LISHA Women’s Wing (LWW) and Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry – Women’s Entrepreneurs’ Network (SICCI-WEN) jointly celebrated International Women’s Day in conjunction with SG50. This event also marked the official launch of SICCI’s WEN.

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The Red Pill Program – Promoting Entrepreneurship in the Community

Mentorship within The Red Pill Program Ms. Helen Campos supports The Red Pill Programme initiated by The Young Entrepreneurs Network @ The Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (YEN@SICCI). The new mentorship program that was launched on 29 November 2014, aims to guide aspiring entrepreneurs towards their journey to being successful entrepreneurship.

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Company Register or Data Register – Don’t be fooled

ACRA announced yesterday, 4 Feb 2015, that DATA REGISTER, a private company formerly known as COMPANY REGISTER, has been issued with 1,000 fresh charges for issuing business documents without stating its company name and registration number. This is on top of the 104 charges issued a year ago. Each breach of the requirements carries a … Continue reading Company Register or Data Register – Don’t be fooled