Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Our company wishes our customers and everyone a early merry Christmas. Thanks for supporting us. We have added snow effect on our site. 
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Thursday, 8 October 2015

IDA supporting SME . Various grants can be applied.
Singapore is building the world's first Smart Nation, using technology to enhance citizen-centric services to improve the quality of life for individuals and business productivity for enterprises. This will be reinforced with the enablement of hyper-connectivity and increased use of data.
Guide on how to set up business in singapore, more information on in-corp. Visit for incorporation , grant services and others.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Setup a company and strive for the promising SME 500 awards.

Guide on how to set up business in Singapore. for more information on in-corp.. Visit for incorporation , grant services and others.

About The Awards

The Promising SME 500 Campaign was spearheaded to recognize the exceptional achievements of business men and women in Singapore, highlighting their commercial success and also recognizing their contributions to the economy and the community at large. This campaign also serves as a platform to inspire aspiring entrepreneurs to likewise pursue their dreams and ultimately to create a sustainable entrepreneurial culture in our nation.

Monday, 13 July 2015

Be your own boss. Even big4 employees turning to entrepreneur.

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Careers of fathers and sons rarely move in tandem. Rare, therefore, is Mumbai's Purandare family where father Jairaj and son Varun have both hit the entrepreneurial track at the same time. Varun, a 25-year old Yale graduate, is busy with his tech startup out of San Francisco in the US, having quit his job with management consultants Booz.

In India, Varun's dad has turned entrepreneur in his mid-fifties, opting out of a career with large global audit and advisory firms. This story is abo ..

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Think like a boss. Create your own company now. 
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1.Don’t be stuck in a comfortable routine
Many people get caught in their own routine. They get up in the morning, drive to work, return home in the evening, have dinner, watch TV, and go to sleep. They repeat this process every day, comfortable with the routine — and the check they receive every other week.
This sort of mentality is counterproductive to advancing in life. And isn’t exciting either. You should always look for ways to improve your life, replace your comfortable routine with something exciting. Starting your own business is a way to go.

2. Always search for new business opportunities
A lot of people have good business ideas that they plan on executing, but they make these plans conditional on some catalytic event, ie a perfect time to make this happen. In reality, there is no perfect time to do things. That’ why you should be proactive. Be a doer, not a dreamer.

4. Do whatever it takes
Don’t let small roadblocks stop you.Stick with the business idea, and execute. Take the steps that will turn your idea into a real business. That’s all that matters in the end — but it isn’t easy. It takes patience, persistence and discipline to stay focused — patience to overcome the hurdles that stand between you and your goal; persistence to overcome the failures, setbacks, and temptations that may take you off course; and discipline to play the game right.

5. Have the right reasons to start a business
There is a misconception that business owners make more money and work less than people who work for somebody else. That’s not true, at least in the beginning.  Besides, these are the wrong reasons to go into business. The right reason is to develop a product or a service that make a difference in people’s lives, as Steve JobsBill Gates and many other celebrated entrepreneurs did in the past. And most important of all, you should enjoy what you are doing.

6. Be self-motivated
When you are a worker, somebody else—your boss — has defined the work to be done. That person tells you what to do and when to do it, and keeps up with deadlines. When you are the boss, you must do all these things. That’s why you should be self-motivated, know what you are doing, be punctual, and work out all the details.

7. Get in the right psychological state

Put yourself through a ruthless psychological test to discover your inner deficiencies, and do what you must to get rid of them before they pollute your relations with partners, associates and subordinates. True leadership begins within, as I discuss in an upcoming book The Ten Golden Rules Of Leadership which I co-authored with Mike Soupios.

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Friday, 19 June 2015


Six Qualifying Activities

Acquisition and Leasing of PIC IT and Automation Equipment
Training of Employees
Acquisition and Licensing of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
Registration of Patents, Trademarks, Designs and Plant Varieties
Research and Development (R&D) Activities
Qualifying expenditure

PIC Benefits

Tax Deductions/ Allowances
400% tax deductions/ allowances on up to $400,000 of spending per year in each of the six qualifying activities.

PIC+ Scheme
From YAs 2015 to 2018, qualifying businesses can enjoy 400% tax deductions/allowances on up to $600,000.
For more details, please refer to How PIC Benefits You.
Cash Payout
Option to convert up to $100,000 of total spending in all six activities for each YA into a non-taxable cash payout, in lieu of the tax deduction/allowance.
For YAs 2013 to 2018, the cash payout rate is 60% of qualifying expenditure incurred.
For more details, please refer to How PIC Benefits You.
PIC Bonus
A dollar-for-dollar matching cash bonus, subject to an overall cap of $15,000 over YAs 2013 to 2015 combined.

Qualifying Conditions

Tax Deductions/ Allowances
Carries on active business operations in Singapore.
Incurred qualifying expenditure and are entitled to PIC during the basis period of qualifying YA.
Cash Payout
Carries on active business operations in Singapore.
Incurred qualifying expenditure and are entitled to PIC during the basis period of qualifying YA.
Meets the three-local-employee condition.
Minimum qualifying expenditure for each cash payout option application is $400.
PIC Bonus
Made a claim for 400% tax deductions/ allowances and/or cash payout.
Carries on active business operations in Singapore.
Meets the three-local-employee condition.
Incurred at least $5,000 in PIC-qualifying expenditure during the basis period for the YA.

Claiming PIC Benefits

Tax Deductions/ Allowances
Other than design projects, no prior approval from IRAS is required. Claim enhanced deductions/ allowances in your Income Tax Return for the relevant YA by the filing due date.

Cash Payout

Submit PIC Cash Payout Application Form online anytime after end of relevant financial quarter (for YAs 2013 to 2018) but before the filing due date of Income Tax Return for the relevant YA. 

PIC Bonus
No separate application needed. IRAS will compute the PIC Bonus based on PIC qualifying expenditure declared in your Income Tax Return or PIC Cash Payout Application Form, subject to an overall cap of $15,000 for all three YAs (YAs 2013 to 2015).

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Wednesday, 10 June 2015

1. Embrace uncertainty.
2. Have a thick skin.
3. Understand vision vs. mission.
4. Accept failure, again and again.
Do you agree?
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Martin Zwilling, an angel investor and startup mentor in Phoenix, recalls an event he attended where recently laid-off workers were inquiring about entrepreneurship. When they started going around the room making introductions, he could tell within a few seconds who had a chance at success—and nine out of 10 didn’t.
“They typically said something like, ‘I’ve had this job for 20 years, and I would love to be my own boss, but I don’t know what it takes to do it,’” Zwilling says. “There was only one person who said, ‘I’ve been working on this project on the side for a while, and now that I don’t have a job holding me back anymore, I’m raring to take this opportunity to start my own business.’ Having the right mindset means a lot.”
Making the transition from everyday employee to enterprising business owner doesn’t happen by simply hanging up a shingle. You must also embrace a new way of thinking to thrive in the unpredictable world of startups. Below, we’ve outlined the characteristics you’ll need to adopt—if they’re not already inherent to your personality—to make it on your own.

1. Embrace uncertainty.

All entrepreneurs need to be able to deal with unpredictability on a daily basis, says Jonathan Greechan, co-founder of the Founder Institute, a Silicon Valley-based startup accelerator. “One trait we look for in our applicants is their openness to risk, their ability to learn a new rule and apply it to new problems. Discomfort should become your new normal,” he says.

2. Have a thick skin.

As a business owner, most feedback you get from customers, employees, vendors and investors will be negative. Get used to accepting it and using it to your advantage. “If you’re difficult to be around and argue everything, you’re at one bad end of the spectrum,” Zwilling says. “But if you are a complete pushover who follows all advice, you’re at the opposite end. Good entrepreneurs stand in the middle.”

3. Understand vision vs. mission.

“Your vision is your company’s future, where the market is going, how to meet your customers’ needs,” Greechan says. “Your mission is how you will get there. Your vision needs to be concrete, but your mission may change regularly.” Great entrepreneurs can be detail-oriented yet simultaneously focus on the big things that accelerate their company’s success.

4. Accept failure, again and again.

Realize that you will fail almost daily, and that it’s part of the process and a good learning tool, says Ted Zoller, director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. “You have to be opportunistic and adaptive. If you find a dead end, either go around it or try something new.”
The best entrepreneurs don’t label their milestones as failures or successes. Instead, they focus on what’s really important: seizing the opportunity. “Whatever you do, act when the opportunity presents itself,” Zoller says. “That’s entrepreneurship defined.”