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Business Opportunities in Singapore

Benefits of Starting a Business in Singapore

 

There are many international business opportunities which can be found in Singapore. This attractive nation, rich in history and culture, blends tradition with fresh ideas to successfully develop, maintain, and grow a plethora of business opportunities. Therefore, it is very easy to start a business in Singapore.

The dynamic business environment, first-class infrastructure, and outstanding international commercial viability of Singapore makes it a choice destination in which international companies may organize events or to which they may expand business operations. This beautiful city-state has all of the necessary convention services, exhibition halls, and state-of-the-art technology that any company needs. Therefore, it is not a problem for a company to hold a convention, conduct networking activities, or conduct business activities requiring additional equipment, infrastructure, or technology.

The many food, travel, and retail services across the country only add to the high level of convenience of operating a Singapore business. As long as the business is run in Singapore, it will never be a problem to obtain the physical necessities and additional comforts which aid operations of the business and boost employees’ satisfaction.

With regard to taxation, Singapore is an excellent place for one to incorporate a company. This is because all companies conducting business operations in Singapore, whether they be local or foreign, are taxed at a flat rate of 17%. This is an extremely low rate by global standards. Furthermore, the Singaporean government offers tax exemptions to local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This increases the potential of small business opportunities. There is also no capital gains tax. This tax system contributes to Singapore’s thriving corporate environment and does much to encourage the formation and growth of new businesses in the country.

 

Why Singapore Is Full of Business Opportunities

Singapore’s booming technology, manufacturing, and industrial sectors give it an important role in the world of international trade. As the most developed nation in Southeast Asia, Singapore is recognized internationally as one of the best places in the world for trade and starting a business.

Among the reasons why Singapore is full of business opportunities are its extremely business-friendly policies and laws. Singapore’s corporate policies, services, and laws make investing and working in the country much easier than the like in other countries. The Singaporean government has also provided assistance of various types to aid in these processes.

The low level of bureaucracy in Singapore is also a boon to businesses in the country. The Singaporean government promotes the growth of new industries by working with businesses, foreigners who live and work in the country, and municipal authorities. Singapore’s government and its agencies are always seeking to improve the country’s business growth and gain a financial advantage through new corporate ventures.

Singapore is also a country which encourages the entry of foreigners from all over the world. The Singaporean government has taken a proactive approach in recruiting and securing workers from abroad. The government does all it can to ensure that all job applicants from abroad have the requisite qualifications, skills, and education levels to suit whichever sector of the economy they are to enter. Therefore, Singapore has a high standard of human resources. To add to this, Singapore is also able to attract foreigners by way of the lifestyle it offers. Singapore has among the world’s highest living standards. This can be seen in the outstanding quality of the country’s healthcare system and education standards. It also boasts an extremely low crime rate. Thus, business owners from all over the world gain an interest in conducting business operations in Singapore for reasons beyond those of the corporate sphere.

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Singapore Work Passes for Foreigners

Foreigners who would like to conduct business operations from within Singapore, whether working from home in a home-based business or in an office, are required to apply for an Employment Pass from the Ministry of Manpower (MOM). The EP is a work visa which allows foreign professionals, managers, executives, specialists and professionals to live and work in Singapore. Owning an EP gives foreigners more options and greater freedom of choice with regard to business opportunities in Singapore. This is because those who own an EP will then be able to enter any industry of their choice after obtaining one. EP holders may also travel to other countries without having to apply for an entry visa. They will also find it easier to become a permanent resident of Singapore when compared to those who do not hold an EP.

The EntrePass is another pass offered by the Singaporean government to help establish more business opportunities in the country. The EntrePass is a work pass for foreign entrepreneurs who are considering starting a full-time business in Singapore. It is valid for up to two years. By applying online, EntrePass applicants only have to wait for a few days before they can know about their application status. Successful applicants are provided with EntrePass, which is valid for up to two years. Subsequent EntrePass renewals extend the pass’s validity for three years. However, it must also be noted that those planning to set up businesses such as food courts and food trucks, massage parlors, or employment agencies are likely to have their EntrePass application rejected.

Receiving an EP or EntrePass is not always easy. Fortunately for you, we at Paul Hype Page & Co can help you receive one if you need it. We will simplify the application process for you by working with the relevant authorities and thus allowing you to sooner receive the pass you need. Contact us via email, telephone, or social media to find out more.

 

Incorporate a Singapore Company – Private Limited Company

The most obvious step to take to unlock some of Singapore’s business opportunities is the incorporation of a Singapore company. This is especially true in the case of foreigners. Some basic requirements for foreigners seeking to do so include the following: the business must not be illegal, the company must be registered as a private limited company, it must not be registered for more than six months at the point of application, foreign applicants must hold at least 30% of the shares in the business and the company needs to have at least S$50,000 of paid-up capital. Those who intend to incorporate a company as a sole proprietor or partnership will not be eligible for this visa.

Should you need incorporation of your company, we at Paul Hype Page & Co are able and willing to assist you with this task. Our team will see to it that every step of the incorporation process is properly completed. We will also ensure that your company’s incorporation goes as smoothly s possible.

 

Singapore Government Agencies

 

The following are some of the most important Singapore government agencies with regard to the running of a business in Singapore.

 

  • Franchising and Licensing Association

The Franchising and Licensing Association is Singapore’s national franchise body. Its task is to nurture and develop Singapore’s franchise industry. Any franchise company is welcomed to join the Franchising and Licensing Association. The low levels of bureaucracy in Singapore ensure that there are few laws and regulations that govern the offer and sale of franchises. Therefore, there are many franchise opportunities to be had in Singapore.

  • International Enterprise Singapore

Singapore’s international trade is assisted by International Enterprise Singapore.  This is the government agency tasked with assisting the growth of Singapore’s economy on the global stage. It helps Singapore gain advantages in the global trade market. International Enterprise Singapore develops the overseas growth of companies and business associates which are based in Singapore to promote international trade. International Enterprise Singapore ultimately seeks to turn Singapore into a thriving hub for global corporate activity.

  • Council for Estate Agencies

The Council for Estate Agencies is the real estate sector of Singapore’s government. It monitors changes in the prices of Singapore’s real estate and works to stabilize them. It also uses certain measures to prevent inflation from causing real estate prices in Singapore from spiraling out of control. This is especially necessary in a country like Singapore because it is one of the world’s smallest countries. Therefore, land is scarce. This in turn leads to homes, buildings, and business properties generally commanding high prices. Therefore, the Council for Estate Agencies has an extremely important role to play.

Other important Singapore government agencies related to business activity in the country include Enterprise Singapore, the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA), the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS), and the Economic Development Board. These agencies all play important roles in facilitating business success.

 

Industries with the Best Business Opportunities for Locals

 

Certain industries in Singapore have more business opportunities than others. For locals, one of the industries which has many opportunities for business success is the logistics industry. Singapore is one of the world’s major logistics hubs. Its logistics industry strictly adheres to best practices and guidelines for security of supply chains. Many sustainable supply chain solutions are derived from Singapore. It also houses many of the world’s largest third-party logistics companies and their regional centers. Taking these factors into account, it should not come as a surprise that this industry is an excellent choice for prospective local entrepreneurs to enter.

Another booming industry replete with business opportunities for Singaporeans is the chemical industry. Global demand for chemicals of all sorts has been increasing over recent years. Today, Singapore is a global center in the chemical industry. Singapore has been investing large amounts of money into infrastructure and technology related to the chemical industry. It does so in order to better serve markets in Asia and beyond. Singapore’s chemical industry also spends much on training newcomers to the industry to enhance its overall quality. All of the preceding information gives evidence of why there are many opportunities awaiting those planning to enter Singapore’s chemical industry.

Singapore’s biomedical industry also has many excellent business opportunities for locals. Singapore is a major hub for biomedical activity. Some of the important biomedical activities that take place in Singapore include clinical development, healthcare services, product development, and basic research. Many international biomedical companies choose Singapore as their base for business operations in the Asia-Pacific region. These companies work on areas such as genetic research, medical technology, and discovery of medicines. These companies perform great services for hospitals, senior care facilities, and the like. Biomedical companies, like many other companies, are drawn to Singapore because of its high connectivity levels, outstanding infrastructure, and superior corporate environment.

 

Industries with the Best Business Opportunities for Foreigners

There are also some industries in which business opportunities are more open to foreigners who work in Singapore. One such industry is the tourism industry. Singapore’s stature as a tourist destination has never been in doubt. More and more tourists from all over the world come to Singapore every year. As a result, many resorts, hotels, and other facilities catering to tourists have been set up. These facilities in turn provide ample business opportunities for those interested in entering the industry. This is especially true for foreigners, as they would be better positioned to connect with tourists from their home country.

The information technology (IT) industry in Singapore is also very open to business activity conducted by foreigners. Many IT professionals from abroad come to Singapore to work there. Several major international IT companies also have their regional headquarters and center of business operations in Singapore. These infusions of foreign IT professionals and companies have burnished Singapore’s global standing as a technologically-advanced nation. Foreigners who have the necessary experience and skills will find that Singapore’s IT industry has many opportunities for business which are ready to be taken.

Singapore’s retail industry also has many business opportunities for foreigners. Many major global brands sell their products in Singapore. There are also smaller local brands and shops which are more than willing to accept the contributions of foreigners seeking to enter the industry. To enter the Singapore retail industry, one needs to have the necessary qualifications, skills, and experience which would aid in improving a brand’s product campaigns and making it more marketable to prospective customers. Those seeking to establish their own brand can also do so while being secure in the knowledge that the prosperity of Singapore’s retail industry should allow them to achieve much success if they do everything necessary in the proper manner.

 

Industries to Avoid Entering in Singapore

Of course, not every industry will always experience good times. Some industries are currently enduring difficulties. Therefore, business opportunities in these industries will be severely limited. Thus, it may be better for new entrepreneurs in Singapore to avoid these industries for the foreseeable future.

One of the industries in Singapore which is in the midst of a difficult period is the shipping industry. Around the world, the shipping industry has been mired in a severe decline. Lower global trade volume and market overcapacity have caused this to be the case. Many major shipping companies around the world are currently facing serious problems. The situation is no different in Singapore. Although Singapore’s port is one of the busiest and most well-known in the world, the country’s shipping industry has nevertheless suffered greatly in recent times. Therefore, it is recommended that new entrepreneurs stay out of the shipping industry for the time being.

It will also be difficult for prospective entrepreneurs to enter the airline industry. Despite its good global reputation, the economic growth of Singapore’s airline industry has slowed dramatically. As global competition increases and more airlines jostle for position in the industry, many Singapore airlines increasingly find themselves with less space in which they can position themselves, thus making it more difficult to set themselves up for business success. Thus, business opportunities in the airline industry will also be limited.

 

Conclusion

Singapore’s corporate world is full of business opportunities which can be claimed by locals and foreigners alike. Those who take and make full use of these opportunities will see much good come to them. As long as everything is done correctly, properly, and wisely, the business opportunities present in Singapore may allow one to claim great rewards through them.

 

Business Opportunities in Singapore FAQs

Why do EP holders not require an Entry Visa when traveling to other Countries?

One of the primary advantages of being an EP holder lies in the fact that when a EP holder travels to another country, the EP holder will not require an entry visa. This is because the EP itself effectively serves as a replacement for the entry visa. In a sense, it can be used to replace an entry visa.

Are Foreigners allowed to own a Business in Singapore?

Anyone who has fulfilled the criteria for business ownership may own a business in Singapore. This is true of locals and foreigners alike. However, it should be noted that foreigners are not allowed to register on their own; they must do so via a local service provider. 

What is the duration of validity of the EP?

Those who have received an EP for the first time will find that it is valid for two years. After it is renewed, its validity is extended to three years. All subsequent renewals will extend the validity period by three years. 

 

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68 comments
Meem says:

Tell me what is the disadvantages doing business there.?
Tell me how much is the taxes for big business.?
Tell me how easy or hard to move my income later to my country any time I want.?
Tell me what are the proof of all that.?

Paul says:

Dear Meen

The challenges doing business in Singapore are as follows:

1) High rental and manpower cost are normally a big barriers for Singapore businesses start up

2) Our Singapore tax system is one tier and uniform for all types of private limited company and there is no difference in term of tax brackets based on sales or paid up capital.
Company Tax rate is 17%
See link for detail: https://www.paulhypepage.com/singapore-income-tax/

3) Singapore banking system does not has any restriction for you to remit fund overseas. Singapore tax office – IRAS does not tax on profit or dividend paid back to shareholder.
After the company is taxed on profits, there is no more further taxation apply.

4) You can visit government website – http://www.iras.gov.sg for details

Paul Hype Page

Meem says:

I am a Saudi national interested on doing business there .
Can I own the business 100% .?
Thanks.

Paul says:

Dear Meem

Accordingly to Singapore company law , any person or corporation regardless of overseas or local can own 100% of a Singapore company.
There one thing you need to take note is that at any point in time, a Singapore Company must have a local resident director on the company’s board of director.
A local resident director is defined as someone who has the rights or is staying in Singapore, normally they are

– Singapore Citizen
– Singapore Permanent resident visa holder
– Singapore Employment Pass Holder
– Singapore Dependent Pass holder who has MOM letter of consent to work for the company
– Singapore Entrepass Pass holder

You can check government website for Singapore company Law : https://sso.agc.gov.sg/Act/CoA1967

Paul Hype Page & Co

Edmund Agyeman says:

Hi,I am a Ghanaian who is looking forward to dealing in general goods and export from Singapore to Ghana.Kindly advise on what i need and the charges for your services.
Also i have some friends who are looking forward to working in Singapore and wants to know the available jobs on of offer for both skilled and unskilled labour as well as graduates.

Paul says:

Dear Edmund,

You can consider our all in one package of Employment pass with Incorporate to start your company and get the right work visa to work in Singapore.

As for job applicants for your friends, they can refer to Job DB or Jobstreet Singapore.

Cheers
Paul

PULEN MOODLEY says:

i am wanting to invest in a business in Singapore, with the aim of relocating from South Africa at some point in time, can you assist.

Paul says:

Dear Pulen,

We would need more information regarding the nature of the business you plan to be involved in, so we are able to better advise you further. Do drop us an email at paulhypepage@php-cpa.com.sg to discuss further.

Best Regards,
Paul

M. S. POOVENTHAN says:

we are doing textile retailers in past 75years.(in India. Tamilnadu). I wish to setup a shop for my son. He completed his graduation. And he studied his higer studies in England. How is opportunity to do clothing and garments. Please give me some suggestions.

Paul says:

Dear Pooventhan,

We would recommend our all-in-one Incorporation with Employment Pass package as the quickest and most efficient way to set up a successful business here. Do drop us an email at aulhypepage@php-cpa.com.sg to set up an appointment.

Best Regards,
Paul

Mr Sabado Bernando Lingat says:

Am a private investor and am looking forward to a business in singapore to invest in good faith , any clue please contact me on
sabadobernadoloan@outlook.com

Thanks

Mr Sabado.

Paul says:

Dear Mr Sabado,

Thank you for reaching out to us. We would be happy to help you with your request. We would suggest our all-in-one Incorporation with Employment Pass as your best solution for quickly starting up a business in Singapore. We would like to have a further discussion with you on what you had in mind so we would be better able to advise you on the next steps.

Do drop us an email at paulhypepage@php-cpa.com.sg to make an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
Paul

sharmane baylon beguiras says:

hi there,
I am a Filipina, i’m interested to open up a business and move with my kids in Singapore. Do you have any suggestions on what is the best ideas in putting up a business in Singapore? Hoping for your reply.

Thanks

Maine

Paul says:

Dear Sharmaine,

Absolutely! We can help you establish a business quickly and efficiently with our Incorporation with Employment all-in-one package. You’ll be ready to get your businiess started in no time.

Do drop us an email at paulhypepage@php-cpa.com.sg and let’s talk more.

Best Regards,
Paul

salai jeyakumar says:

Sir,
I am an Indian and having 16-year experience of petroleum product retail business. Is there any chance of start petroleum retail business in Singapore?. Kindly guide me.

Paul says:

Dear Salai,

There are many business opportunities available in Singapore, and our Incorporation with Employment all-in-one package is the fastest and best option for entrepreneurs to get started with a successful business.

Do drop us an email at paulhypepage@php-cpa.com.sg so we can help you get started and discuss your options.

Bes Regards,
Paul

dass saravanan says:

Dear paul, this is saravanan im in dp. i wish to start a small restaruant or food stall.kindly reply if im eligeble to takeover a food stall.thanks

Paul says:

Dear Saravanan,

In order to better advise you on the matter, we would need more details regarding your situation and what your business plans involve.

Do drop us an email at paulhypepage@php-cpa.com.sg . Have a great day ahead.

Bes Regards,
Paul

Robert Bellavance says:

Hi, I am about to create a company in Singapore to be the hub for a startup venture throughout asia. I would not be living in Singapore nor would I have employees in Singapore. I do not want to give anyone ownership in the company other than the mother branch in the USA (80% ownership). What is the best type of company I can set up (I assume, PLC) but would like to retain full directorship. How can this be done

thank you
regards
Robert Bellavance

Paul says:

Dear Robert,

The best solution for your situation will be to incorporate a company in Singapore with nominee director. This package allows you to have 100% ownership and open a Singapore bank account if needed. Furthermore, our online incorporation system allows you to incorporate without leaving your home. Do give us a call to arrange for an online meeting.

Looking forward to serving you.

Best Regards,
Paul

Archit says:

Hiii
I’m 31 years old Indian citizen and wish to start business in Singapore like 7-Eleven or like $store.
I heard from people and read it on some websites that I need one local partner but I don’t have, so how it will be possible for me to start business ?
I having capital or I can invest around 200 thousand sg$.
In feb 2011 I came to SG on tourist visa and I got the job in food manufacturing company as a production supervisor and worked for this company until oct-2015.
Please suggest me what should I do
Eagerly waiting for your reply
Thanks…

Paul says:

Dear Archit,

We recommend that you consider our incorporation with nominee director services, and we will be able to assist with the incorporation procedures as well as the employment pass application (if required). We would love to hear more about your company so we can better advise you on what to do. Do drop us an email at paulhypepage@php-cpa.com.sg for more details and charges.

Best Regards,
Paul

Madathil viswanathan says:

hii,

Iam an Indian national working in Saudiarabia,aged 58 years,as a part of my retirement plan from here,i have established a trading company in UAE.This company deals in importing and exporting of plastic raw materials,this company has just been registered and about to start operations.At the same time ,i feel that starting a trading and export import business in singapore will help my over all business.Can you advice me the way i can make this come true?,What will be the procedures and approximate investment involved,can i get multiple entry visa?

Thanking you,Viswanath..

Paul says:

Dear Viswanath,

The best solution for your situation will be to incorporate a company in Singapore with nominee director and you can go for employment pass later after the company is up and running with good sales records. We will email you shortly for your consideration.

Paul

kiran says:

Hi,Holding DP.
Can i start any business here(Singapore)
If yes what type of Business?
Please let me know….

Thanks

Paul says:

Dear Kiran,

You can obtain an LOC (Letter of Consent) to work in Singapore. DO contact us for more information.
Paul

Kalana says:

Hi Paul.

I am a US citizen willing to export medical/dental supplies, technology and services to Singapore.

I’m inquiring about the legal process and other helpful resources…

Kind regards,
Kalana Starke

Paul says:

HI Kalana,

Our Corporate Specialist will drop you an email with more details
Paul

Pranab Saha says:

Hello

I am Pranab Kumar Saha Bangladeshi Citizen .and i want to start business in Singapore. so please guide me.

Thanks

Paul says:

Dear Pranab,

There are a few different type of setups you can consider for your company in Singapore depending on your business model. If you are considering to relocate to Singapore, we will recommend setting up a Private Limited company with Employment pass. We will email you with more details.

Paul

AHMED says:

Dear Paul.
Greetings of the day.
I am an Indian, i am interested in formation of company with an objectives of construction, Finance and Investments with some suitable ancillary objects in Singapore. Please kindly revert me the procedure and required investment for the above purpose.

Thanks & Regards
Ahmed

Paul says:

Dear Ahmed,

To start up, you will need to incorporate a company in Singapore. Paul Hype Page offers different company incorporation with work pass application package that will suits your business needs. We will email you with more details
Paul

Osama Bin Tahir says:

Hello,
I am a graduate in Entrepreneurship from the best business school of Pakistan. Currently I am operating real state and oil business in Pakistan which is owned by my father. I look forward to expand my horizon and for this purpose I am visiting Singapore in early January to sense some business opportunities.
I would be glad if I can set up an appointment with you in Singapore so that I can discuss the opportunities between both the countries in more details. Thank-you.

Osama.

Paul says:

Dear Osama,

Thanks for your interest.

Understand that you would like to set up a new company in Singapore as an expansion to your father’s real estate and oil business in Pakistan. You may make an appointment with us from the link below.
http://www.paulhypepagemanagementservicespteltd.gettimely.com/ and book an appointment under Justin or Eric.

We look forward to discussing with you soon.

Thanks,

Paul

rajan says:

Hi,

I am Indian PR and i want to start business here. so please guide me.

Paul says:

Hi Rajan,

Thanks for your inquiry.

Yes, we can help. We’d like to ask you some more questions about your business plan so that we can assist you better. We will be in touch with you on separate email shortly.

Thanks,
Paul

Samuel da Rocha says:

Hi Paul.

I am a brazilian citizen willing to export brazilian products to Singapore.

Kind regards,
Samuel da Rocha

Paul says:

Hi Samuel,

Thanks for your interest. We can help you to set up a trading company in Singapore, then you can choose either to apply for your employment pass or appoint a nominee director.

We can discuss more about your business plan via email. We will send you an introduction email shortly.

Thank you,
Paul

daglas says:

Der sir.I m srilanka.I have a above 10 years real estate work experience. I m now 35 years old.pl.tell me can I start a my business in Singapore and can I get t a licean of real estate.

Paul says:

Dear Daglas,

Yes you can start your own business in Singapore and we can help you on that. Our representative will be in touch with you shortly.

Paul

Jayeh Hirpara says:

Dear , Sir,

I am interested to start business in Singapore
, can you inform us ? Which products/projects of business can start in Singapore these products/projects would be fast viable & fisible..

Jayesh Hirpara

Paul says:

Dear Jayeh,

There are many good business opportunities in Singapore. We usually advice our client to continue a business you are familiar with and related to if possible. Different kind of business set up depends on the kind of work visa required if any and services offered. Do contact us for a discussion to setup your company.

Paul

Jayeh Hirpara says:

Please inform us , which sectors/business very big opportunity in in Singapore…

Thanks.

Jayesh

Dhanapandi Muthukrishnan Pillai says:

Dear Sir,
I want to start a retail unit (groceries and textiles). Is it permitted in Singapore ? Please advise. I confirmed to start a business in Singapore with my family.

Thanks and regards,

M.Dhanapandi

Paul says:

Dear Dhanapandi,

There are many good business opportunities you can venture in Singapore and retailing is always a vibrate market here. Whats is important is that you must have a good and right setup of your company to ensure hassle free EP application as well as DP pass for your family.

Please contact our corporate specialist for an appointment to discuss in details.
Paul

Ogedengbe Yemi says:

Sir, I am a Nigerian with keen interest to do business in Singapore. I m into Bitter kola. In a Small scale, can you extend your helping hands by linking me out there? Thanks

Paul says:

Dear Yemi,

You can start with setting up a private limited company in Singapore. We will be please to assist you further. My colleague will be emailing you shortly with more incorporation details.
Paul

Hi,

I am interested in exporting castings & forging to Singapore. Please give buyers & companies for the same .

Regards

Saddaaf Shah says:

Hi,
I have a construction company here in Pakistan working since 1997. I am 38 years old and and BCS. I intend to start a new business ie construction ,importing cars and vehicles from Japan etc.
Kindly help me out moving in right direction without any loss or waste of time.

Paul says:

Dear Saddaaf,

It will depends on your business model and if you will be relocated to Singapore for us to guide you the right kind of company setup that will be best suitable for you to incorporate in Singapore.
My consultant will email you with more details.
Thank you.
Paul

Murugaveluthirumalaisamy says:

I am an Indian citizens. I want to start import & export with Singapore and Malaysia. Can u help me

Paul says:

Dear Muru,

My colleagues will email you with more details shortly

Thank you
Paul

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Kultar Singh says:

Hello Sir,
I am an Indian citizen and my age is 32 years. I did MBA(Business Administration) from United Kingdom in 2011, before that I did LL.B. from top Indian University in 2008. I visited Singapore a lot of time on tourist visas. I have work experience of approximately 3 years as a Business Administrator in an Indian pvt. company in India. I am also a registered lawyer in India, but I prefered my Administration Job. I want to start a business in Singapore with small investments or interesed to get a job in Singapore.
Can I get any work visa or employment pass of Singapore? How much minimum investment is needed to start business in Singapore? I am interesed in promotion of tourism industry business or job.
Thanks
Best regards,
Kultar Singh

Paul says:

Dear Kultar,
The most recommended way to setting up your business in Singapore is thru Paul Hype Paul Solution – Singapore Incorporation with Employment Pass.
Do book an appointment with our incorporation team to understand better.
Looking forward to welcoming you to Singapore!
Paul

Harika krishna says:

Hi my name is Harika,
My husband want to start a business in Singapore.he can invest 500000 in Indian rupee. Can we start with this amount or we want more money to invest

Paul says:

Dear Harika,

The start-up capital of a company in Singapore can be as little as SGD2, what’s more important is your type of business and mode of operation.
My incorporation team will contact you shortly to give you more information.

Paul

c.joga reddy says:

hi
i am indian national
want to start a backpacker hotel in singapore and also want to move with family. i can invest above 70,000 singpore dollars. please tell me what is the procedure .

Paul says:

Dear Joga,
You will need to incorporate a company in Singapore and we will suggest you apply for Employment pass, once your employment pass is approved, you will be able to apply for dependent pass for your family. My colleague will email you the detail procedures and step for your consideration.

cheers
Paul

vijay patel says:

Hy I am interest in business inSingapore pls give some detail how invest in Singapore,how much fund require,visa process,time limit.I am indian and my own business of bulk vegetable trade & distribution.

Paul says:

Hi Vijay,

We can assist you from setting up your company to applying work passes as well as registered office address and work space to get you started with your business. Do give us a call to arrange for a meeting.

Looking forward to serve you.

Sincerely
Paul

Bianka Panova says:

Dear Sir,

I am about to start working in Singapore and waiting for my EP. My husband suppose to receive DP as my legal spouse. He is specialist of Iridology, Chiropractic and Acupuncture. He is Belgian citizen. My question is: Can he open a private practice/studio in Singapore and what are the requirements for this?
Thanks in advance,
B.Panova

Paul says:

Dear Bianka,

Your husband can apply LOC to start working in the company but as a DP, he can not be the director of the company. Do book an appointment with us for a detail discussion.

Best Regards
Paul

Sadasiva Kumar says:

I am a citizen of India and aged 60 years. I had been to Singapore about a month back and I was highly impressed with the country, its people, culture and public life. On the way back to India, I was thinking of the possibility of having a business contact with Singapore. I do not intend to settle there. I cannot also make big investments. Could you please let me know whether I could start a small business in Singapore, such as working as an agent for some companies in Singapore or promoting tourism to the country etc?
I shall be grateful to receive your reply.
Thanking you,
T.Sadasiva Kumar

Paul says:

Dear Sadasiva,

Yes, there are many business opportunities in Singapore that don’t require high investment cost. Do make an appointment with us so we can assist you with more options.
http://www.paulhypepagemanagementservicespteltd.gettimely.com/
Yours
Rachel