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The latest Singapore business news
Get the latest industry and business news, plus updates about the Hawksford Group.
Malaysia Sales and Services Tax update
Sales and Services Tax will be implemented on 1 September 2018, what's changed:Read more about Malaysia Sales and Services Tax update
Hawksford Singapore's Announcements
Hawksford expands Asian presence with acquisition
Our major acquisition of P&P offers clients unrivalled expertise with more than 200 corporate administration professionals in key growth areas.Read more about Hawksford expands Asian presence with acquisition
Singapore companies: 10 Steps to being GDPR compliant
How does Europe-centric GDPR affect companies operating in Singapore? Find out what is changing and how to comply.Read more about Singapore companies: 10 Steps to being GDPR compliant
7 financial tips every freelancer should know
Want to avoid feast-or-famine trap of freelance work? Here are 7 financial tips every freelancer in Singapore should knowRead more about 7 financial tips every freelancer should know
Hiring foreigners in Singapore is becoming more difficult. Here's why.
Singapore has tightened its hiring guidelines to consider locals fairly for higher-quality jobs. We break down what this means for your foreign work visa applications.Read more about Hiring foreigners in Singapore is becoming more difficult. Here's why.
Getting over road bumps when launching your startup
Business know-how is bred, not born. Getting your business incorporated is one thing, but having it take off requires expertise.Read more about Getting over road bumps when launching your startup
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