As an investor, if you are looking for a Singapore company incorporation for the first time, you need to open a current corporate account with a bank operating in the country to enable you to receive funds from your customers as well as manage the cash for the company’s operations.
Singapore Employment Act mandates that as an employer in Singapore, you must pay the salary of your employees a minimum once a month and within 7 days once the salary period ends based on the terms and conditions of the employment contract.
The cultural and business relations of India with Singapore dates back to the 9th century Chola dynasty and most Indian business entrepreneurs feel at home while anchoring their business vehicles on Singaporean soil.
Singapore is a hotbed for new business ventures. It may be viewed as the Silicon Valley of Asia, thanks to its convenient location and the opportunities open to investors.
Cross border innovative collaboration has now become possible and easy for local business establishments with company registration in Singapore as the country joins 45 member countries across the globe as a member of the Eureka network.