In the ever-evolving landscape of business, the art of selling has undergone a seismic shift. The traditional image of a salesperson with a briefcase and a persuasive pitch is no longer sufficient in today’s digital age. The future of selling is here, and it’s being reshaped by technology, data, and
1. Could you explain the different types of input/raw materials costs faced by SMEs? SMEs typically face various input/raw materials costs, which can include: a. Direct Materials: These are the primary raw materials used in production, such as metals, plastics, fabrics, chemicals, etc. b. Indirect Materials: These are materials required
Hybrid work, which refers to a combination of remote and in-person work, has become increasingly popular in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is believed that hybrid work is the future, and every organisation will need to adopt a new operating model that accommodates this new way of working.
In the dynamic world of digital marketing, how can you leverage the latest social media platform—TikTok—to engage your target audience effectively? Here are some TikTok best practices that SMEs should take note of when creating content to cut through the social media clutter: 💡 Ensure that your content drives real
The rise of online food sales has been driven by consumers wanting more accessible and convenient options, as well as the pandemic which pushed both consumers and businesses online to buy and sell. To address this trend, Food Industry Asia, Singapore Food Agency, Singapore Manufacturing F&B Industry Group, Enterprise Singapore
What do the Paris Agreement in 2015, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and Singapore Green Plan 2030 have in common? They provide big-picture direction and deep insights for companies to better understand environmental, social, governance (ESG) and sustainability. This in turn allows companies to engage their shareholders and