SME Centre@SouthWest Celebrates the First Anniversary
SME Centre@SouthWest celebrated first anniversary on 5 June 2014. Mayor Low Yen Ling graced the joyous occasion together with representatives from Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) and SPRING Singapore.
Within its first year, the SME Centre@SouthWest had reached out to an impressive 627 businesses, helping them to better cope with imminent challenges of restructuring and improving productivity in competitive business environments.
SME Centre@SouthWest aims to do more to reach out to and benefit more SMEs as well as the residents in the South West District with the continued partnership between SMF, the South West CDC and SPRING Singapore.
Mayor Low Yen Ling, together with representatives from Singapore Manufacturing Federation and SPRING Singapore celebrated the first anniversary of SME Centre@SouthWest
“I am pleased that our SME Centre@SouthWest has done well in the past year. Our business advisors have done a commendable job in assisting over 620 businesses and organising over 20 outreach events in this short period, exceeding targets for the year. The South West CDC has been actively working with partners in identifying emerging needs and devising new ways to keep up with the fast-paced business environment. I would also like to commend SPRING Singapore and SMF for their commitment and invaluable support and I look forward to greater years ahead,” said Mayor Low.
“SMF is pleased to celebrate the first anniversary of SME Centre@SouthWest, which was set up last year. We have witnessed positive feedback from the SMEs in the South West District. Moving forward, we aim to achieve greater outreach and provide more advisory services to our SMEs,” said Mr. Tay Jih-Hsin, Chairman, SME Centre@SMF.Back