In challenging times, you might be wondering how to maintain your operations in the wake of disruption to your supply chain and workforce.
If you’re weighing up entering a new market or launching new products, you’ll need to answer some important questions before taking the plunge.
Retaining and continuing its spirit of integration and collective reform is Southeast Asia’s best chance of a faster recovery writes Priya Kini, Head of Global Banking, HSBC Singapore.
HSBC Singapore is donating a total of SGD$750,000 to three charities that will help to financially assist low-income families, migrant workers, people with disabilities and the elderly during this period of social and economic distress.
These are unprecedented times, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are being tested as they navigate these uncharted waters.
Singapore is committed to being a low carbon emitting nation and this will require SMEs being on board in the journey. Fortunately, the time is right to make the transition.
COVID-19 has signified an inflection point in 'digital transformation'; no longer a buzzword or nice-to-have, going digital is a necessity for business continuity.
Business owners have a huge amount on their plate right now. Looking ahead, there is no doubt that there is also more to come from the economic fallout of COVID-19.
Over recent weeks, China has eased most of the initial restrictions put in place to contain the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak. The country is going back to work, reopening its factories and businesses, while providing a case that others can learn from. HSBC recently hosted a webinar featuring a panel of experts to discuss how businesses are responding to the new environment.
Many still have misconceptions about sustainability in their business models
HSBC Singapore today announces the extension of key trade measures to support corporate customers impacted by the ongoing disruption caused by COVID-19, following on from the Bank's initial trade measures announced on 14 February.