Talking Points

The Raffles Conversation. -BT
Starting up is hard to do - but it's oh so rewarding
Investment experts offer tips on how to grow an idea, make it work and when to exit. - ST
So you want to be a start-up boss
Have a clear business plan and a strong team in place from the get-go, experts advise. -ST
How hard disk drive sector lost its mojo
A small nation with no natural resources seeking compatible new industries for a long-term relationship and a cutting-edge technology looking for hard-working, reliable partners to help it take the next step forward. -ST
Nurturing the next leaders
Singapore companies should be more forward-looking and transparent about succession planning, as this will help them retain and attract talent amid the labour crunch. -ST
Breaking through cultural boundaries of overseas business
Global leadership expert Professor Erin Meyer from business school Insead has identified eight critical dimensions of multi-cultural business practice
Crafting a business
The global craft movement has hit Singapore but makers here face challenges. -ST
Banks, IT firms mull moves offshore amid manpower shortage
Business parks could be hit if middle, back-end functions shift: report. -ST
Investing In local talent
Singaporean restaurant group JP Pepperdine attracts quality local talent to work in the F&B industry. -Advertising feature
A future rooted in solid human resources
In order to bolster its organisational growth, Singaporean SME Zero Spot Laundry Service Pte Ltd goes back to the HR basics. -Advertising feature