Enterprise Singapore

Enterprise Singapore is the government agency championing enterprise development. It supports the growth of Singapore as a hub for global trading and startups. 

Chart of the day: Total trade growth slows down in October

Both exports and imports grew but at a slower pace compared to the month before

Chart of the day: Total trade growth slows down in October

Both exports and imports grew but at a slower pace compared to the month before

Exports may shrink anew in November as economy outlook dims: analyst

It contracted by 5.6% in October 2022 due to decline in electronics shipments.

Refreshed gov’t digital plans to prioritise food service sector

There will be an enhanced 20 industry digital plans.

Singapore rolls out handbook for manufacturers to attract and keep talent

This is part of Singapore’s Manufacturing 2030 Careers Initiative.

Singapore launches last-mile parcel delivery standards

The new standards aim to improve the areas of packaging and labelling, amongst others.

How insects could help feed 10 billion people by 2050

Singapore is a suitable launchpad for insect player to create insect-based diets.

More than $2.8m availed to back sustainability innovation solutions: gov't

There will be public and private partnerships to advance innovations.

Chart of the day: Non-oil retained imports falls in September

This was after reaching a high of $9.5b in August.

Logistics sector is seen to generate yearly VA growth of $6.9b by 2025: Gov't

This will be through efforts of Industry Transformation Maps.

Exports growth slows to 3.1% in September

This is down from the 11.4% growth in August 2022. 

70% of SMEs who adopted quality and standard saw overseas opportunities grow

9 out of 10 SMEs that adopted quality and standard said it provided them with a competitive edge.

Gov’t edges up expected growth for exports, merchandise trade

This is whilst rising oil prices and high global semiconductor demand continue.

Total merchandise trade up 28.1% in Q2 22

This followed the 20.8% growth in the previous quarter.