Singapore is a great place for entrepreneurs because there are plenty of incentives that help businesses get a head start. The country has designed its business landscape such that it allows you to focus on attaining success without impediments, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business report.
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Blogs about incorporating in Singapore, including startup tips, accounting and taxation basics, and understanding work visa issues
The Singapore Government makes the process of company registration easy to encourage entrepreneurship in the city-state. More businesses mean more jobs for the economy and more revenues for the country. Singapore has carved its success based on this simple economic principle. Singapore has consistently topped the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report for 9 […]
Rikvin is proud to be the official services provider of the Malaysian Association in Singapore (MASIS) a non-profit, non-governmental organization for people of Malaysian origin who are currently living, working or studying in Singapore. The organization’s patron is no less than Malaysia’s High Commissioner to Singapore, Datuk Husni Zai Yaacob. In a statement, Datuk Husni […]
Tech startups from all over the world are always seeking jurisdictions that have the perfect combination of potential consumer market, good supply of talent and healthy competition. Above all, they look out for funding. The Financial Times has reported recently of an economic phenomena in the Asia Pacific region. Tech start-ups from all over the […]
With the Indian Government’s renewed focus on easing business practices in the country, investing in India may seem increasingly attractive to businesses worldwide. But the real question is whether to set-up a subsidiary in India itself or choose another jurisdiction for setting up a holding company. A comparison between some of the popular holding company […]
India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently launched his flagship ‘Make in India’ campaign to propel the country into the top 50 countries in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index by 2016. The focus is on facilitating the inflow of new technology and capital, while creating millions of jobs. The ambitious scheme, which […]
Singapore’s Jurong Island is a modern success story on chemical cluster management, which hosts more than 100 global chemical firms. These firms benefit from the island’s plug and play infrastructure, integrated refining-downstream processes, and close proximity to target markets. The island provides an ideal opportunity to foreign chemical giants to incorporate a subsidiary in Singapore and treat it as the launch-pad to the Asia-Pacific.
With US still not showing any signs of economic recovery, Singapore as Asia’s business headquarters has propelled itself as an ideal investment destination with its hassle-free incorporation procedures, strong IP protection, business-friendly policies, excellent connectivity, plethora of double taxation agreements and proximity to world’s largest emerging markets.