Import and Export Tips – Everything Singapore Businesses Should Know
The list of Singapore rules for importing and exporting is long. At Osome, we believe your time is important, so we’ve put together a quick guide covering the essentials.
What’s Next After Incorporation? 12 Things To Do
There is more work you’ll need to do after opening a company. Here are 12 tasks you should do within your first year after registering your company.
A Guide to Setting Up an Import and Export Company
What do you need to do before you have your own import and export company? Find out the steps and how to get started.
How Does Transfer Pricing Work in Singapore?
Affiliated businesses often trade on preferential conditions and thus pay less tax. To prevent that, countries developed a system to control the “family business” — the transfer pricing rules. Let’s see how they influence the prices you set, how to play by these rules and what documents to prepare.
What Is a Trade Mark in Singapore?
Having a nice design is not enough to make a company legally distinctive among competitors. Let’s clarify what a trade mark can be, when a company needs it, how to transform a trade mark into a valuable asset and how to use it.
How To Get a Government Grant for a Small Business or Startup
Planning to incorporate your business in Singapore? Already running a business? Grants can be of a great help. Learn what grants you can get, and how to improve your chances.
Angels and Ventures in Singapore: Who To Pitch Your Startup Right Now
If you’re an early-stage startup looking for venture capital, Singapore is the place to go. Here is a list of top venture capital firms and angel investors in Singapore to look for early-stage startup fundraising and memo on how to choose the right investors.
How To Set up Alipay & WeChat Pay for Your Business in Singapore?
If you have clients from mainland China, offering them the preferred payment options like WeChat Pay and Alipay is a way to boost your business. The Chinese visiting your website or your offline shop in Singapore will have fewer problems paying and are likely to buy more.
How To Change Corporate Secretary?
There are several red flags that tell you your current Corporate Secretary is not doing a good job: you have to wait for an answer for days, and follow up with reminders. You do not receive advice on regulation, and when you do it’s often unclear. You're unhappy with the price you pay.