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Embarking in the Year of the Goat as a Top 500 SME in Singapore

 
 

Happy Lunar New Year

As we embark in the new year of the Goat, we are very proud to also have been recognised as Promising SME 500 in Singapore! 

Promising SME 500 recognizes the exceptional achievements of business men and women in Singapore, highlighting their commercial success and also recognizing their contributions to the economy and the community at large. This campaign also serves as a platform to inspire aspiring entrepreneurs to likewise pursue their dreams and ultimately to create a sustainable entrepreneurial culture in our nation.

We are very happy on the recognition and we thank you - our customers, partners and colleagues. Thank for your support along the years. It's been all an incredible adventure so far, and there's more to come...  

We are looking forward to another enriching year ahead!

The GSI team wishes you all and your family happiness, good health and prosperity in the Lunar New Year!

GSI Team

 

About Promising SME 500

The Promising SME 500 Campaign was spearheaded to recognize the exceptional achievements of business men and women in Singapore, highlighting their commercial success and also recognizing their contributions to the economy and the community at large. This campaign also serves as a platform to inspire aspiring entrepreneurs to likewise pursue their dreams and ultimately to create a sustainable entrepreneurial culture in our nation.

The Promising SME 500 2015 Campaign is supported by the Small Medium Business Association (SMBA), a business association founded to build and nurture the next generation of business leaders in Singapore whilst promoting business excellence among established local SMEs.

The Campaign Advisory Panel and main organizers include industry top executives and consultants from the fields of Banking and Finance, Human Resource, Academia, Politics and Business Management. SMBA is closely associated with students from top Local universities such as NUS - and are actively supporting youth business clubs such as the NUS Entrepreneurship Society (NES) in their efforts to promote entrepreneurship among the youths and young adults in Singapore.