Singapore Rolls Out New Productivity Initiative for SMEs

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The 360 Productivity will help as many as 700 Singapore SMEs navigate their way through productivity and become globally competitive enterprises, says Singapore company registration specialist Rikvin.

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The framework consists of three components - an Annual Productivity event, a series of four Productivity Masterclasses and eight Productivity Practice Sessions (PPS). Some 700 SMEs stand to benefit from the scheme.

In a bid to help SMEs (small and medium sized enterprises), the Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and Human Capital Singapore (HCS) have this week launched the 360 Productivity Framework. The framework has been designed for local enterprises to understand and utilise productivity from every angle, in order to up their ante amidst a tight labour market.

Singapore company registration specialist Rikvin recognizes this program will help many SMEs that have not been able to grasp the national drive towards higher productivity.

The framework consists of three components - an Annual Productivity event, a series of four Productivity Masterclasses and eight Productivity Practice Sessions (PPS). Some 700 SMEs stand to benefit from the scheme.

The Annual Productivity event aims to help SMEs understand productivity in all of its forms and applications. This includes understanding how it has evolved, how it should be measured, how to improve it, what to do with the gains and how to apply non-market strategies to navigate geopolitical challenges.

The Masterclass Series will bring renowned thought leaders to share their ideas on related productivity themes. The PPS will bring like-minded people managers and leaders to share and learn productivity initiatives.

Analysis by Rikvin shows that the framework builds on productivity and capability-related initiatives such as the Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme as well as the Innovation & Capability Voucher (ICV).

Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Satish Bakhda, Head of Operations at Rikvin said, “Many SMEs understand the benefits of productivity and how it can help scale up the business. However, moving up the value chain requires not only time and energy, but careful planning. We anticipate that SMEs are in good stead to benefit from this initiative and hope to see it take flight.”

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Established in 1998, Rikvin has since partnered with thousands of investors, entrepreneurs and professionals in their pursuit to access business opportunities overseas. Rikvin’s areas of expertise include company incorporation, accounting, taxation and other related corporate services. Rikvin is also a licensed employment agency with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and offers a full spectrum of Singapore work visa services for foreign professionals who wish to relocate to Singapore.

20 Cecil Street, #14-01, Equity Plaza, Singapore 049705
(+65) 6320 1888
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