Did you know? Local businesses and Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) form the backbone of the economy and contribute to around 66% of all employment in Singapore. While we are enduring and doing our best to get through the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, many small businesses that we know are struggling to survive – many owners and employees jobs might be on the line!
Over 4 out of 10 Singapore households have switched to an electricity retailer since the launch of the Open Electricity Market – that means incredible savings off their monthly electric bill!
If you are running a small or medium enterprise (SME) business, you can also capitalise on these savings to help your operational cost as well when you switch from SP Services to an electricity retailer like iSwitch!
Climate change is real and not only do we as individuals have a part to play in reducing our carbon footprint but businesses big and small also have an opportunity to lead the charge.
If you have been working in a job and desire to start your own business, you are not alone!
Whether you are 25 or 55, starting your own small business is something many working professionals aspire to accomplish – after all, you will get to set your own work schedule, explore your passion in life and gain the potential to earn substantial amounts of money!
But before you quit your job, name your business and go order your name cards, there are 7 vital things you will need to do to ensure you aren’t taking the plunge blind!
Here are 7 tips to take to maximise the chances of launching a successful small business in Singapore.Read More
Whether you a new F&B entrepreneur looking to launch your new hipster cafe or an established brand looking to open another outlet, you know that competition is getting stiffer with each passing day!Read More
If you think about it, airports are perhaps some of the biggest users of electricity. After all, these are open 24/7, and it takes a TON of electricity to power the terminals and other amenities within an airport.
Here in Singapore, we’re super excited about the newly-opened Jewel Changi (and, of course, Shake Shack and A&W, which are both located within the terminal).
Whether you are the manager of a big company in charge of operations or a business owner running your family business, keeping profits high and costs down is key to success in today’s challenging economic climate.
One of the most challenging industries today is the manufacturing sector. From factories manufacturing vehicles to wafer fabrication plants, a large portion of manufacturing cost comes down to the raw materials as well as the energy costs.
With robotics and automation slowly taking over manual labor, manufacturers are experiencing labor efficiency but a huge portion are still suffering from a lack of energy efficiency and poor utilisation of their electricity.
In this article, we will be going through the top 5 ways manufacturers in Singapore can save on their electricity and energy costs. Read More
What Is Carbon Tax & How Does It Affect Consumers?
A carbon tax is a fee that is imposed on the burning of carbon-based fuels such as natural gas and fuel oil. This is done to reduce the use of fossil fuels whose combustion is causing climate change through its emission of greenhouse gases. This carbon tax will affect the power generation industry as the majority of electricity generated entails the burning of fossil fuels.
From Benjamin Franklin To Tesla Motors
When we flip on a switch, we get electricity instantly and our lights turn on almost like magic but behind this everyday convenience of life is a rich and varied history. It has been a journey of almost 270 years and counting every since electricity was discovered by Benjamin Franklin to the modern inventions we have today from electric cars zooming around to computers being charged by light (Li-Fi technology)!