Singapore Company for Foreign Entrepreneurs and Business Entities

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There are three business arrangements in Singapore that have been specifically created for foreign entrepreneurs and business entities planning to have a presence in the country: a subsidiary company, branch office, and representative office.

These are the basic differences between these business entities for foreign entrepreneurs and investors:

1. Subsidiary company

This is probably the most ideal business entity for foreign companies planning to form a Singapore company or expand their presence in the country. This is because this formation provides countless of benefits especially when it comes to tax incentives and limited liability.

As a separate legal entity from its parent company, a subsidiary company may have a different name and is allowed to conduct any business activities in the country as long as these are legal.

A foreign company with a subsidiary company enjoys a limited liability, an arrangement in which it is not liable for any losses, liabilities, and debts of its Singapore auxiliary business.

And because a subsidiary company is incorporated in Singapore, it also enjoys local tax benefits even if it is 100 percent owned by foreign businessmen and entities.

However, this business setup is required to appoint at least one resident director who may be a Singaporean citizen or holder of EntrePass, Employment Pass, or Permanent Residence Status.
Meawhile, a subsidiary company may have one to 50 shareholders who may be a foreign or local individual or another business entity. To know more abour subsiday company follow this link:

2. Branch office

A branch office, being an extension of its business headquarter, is only allowed to conduct activities performed by its parent company.

Unlike a subsidiary company, a branch office is not provided with local tax benefits since it is treated as a legal extension of its parent company. And with this arrangement, the headquarter is directly liable for all the losses, debts, and liabilities of its Singapore branch office.

Meanwhile, it is a legal requirement for a branch office to hire two Singaporean resident agents who will oversee its business operation.

When it comes to government-imposed disclosure requirements, this business entity may not be appealing for some shareholders since they are also required to submit the audited accounts of their parent company. To know more about branch office, follow this link:

3. Representative office

Legally speaking, a representative office is not really a business entity as it is not allowed to engage in any revenue-generating activities.

A representative office is generally ideal for foreign companies who are not yet sure of the business viability of their services or goods in Singapore and want to conduct an extensive market research before engaging in a full-blown operation. To know more about representative office, follow this link:

Lose The Corporate Speak! –an Entrepreneur’s Guide To Getting Noticed In A Noisy Marketplace!

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Most entrepreneurs are corporate refugees. All they know is the corporate model. It’s kinda ironic; they choose to leave corporate life to be an entrepreneur, to blaze their own trail and then they fall back on all the boring corporate ways that made them escape from corporate life in the first place! Things like the corporate way of dressing and the corporate way of speaking and the corporate way of eating lunch alone in the food court with the sports section of the paper, unless of course they are taking a big fish client out to lunch or twiddling their thumbs at a business function eating rubber chicken.

The beauty of being an entrepreneur is that it doesn’t have to be that way any more. Why? Because you’re the boss!

There are no rules! Even if there are, you can break them. Why?

Because you’re the boss. Want to start feeling like you really are living the dream? Running your own show? Attracting instead of chasing clients? Heres the best kept secret in business!

Lose the Corporate Speak!

Whats Corporate Speak?

Hi, Im Johnathan Snooze from Boreme Some Moreme and Snore. Our company specializes in the facilitation of soft skills solutions in a proactive environment. Im the project manager. Were a one stop shop for small to medium sized business and our client say we provide excellent customer service. Our core competencies lay in the fields of

Dont be doing that!

Speak to prospects like you are speaking to a good friend. Use simple, direct, colorful language and don’t be afraid of humor. Too many entrepreneurs suffer from Professionalitis. Fortunately, it’s curable. Just talk to the people!

Even though I teach ’em, I don’t get why we have to have courses in public speaking. You’ve been speaking since you were 2. You were walking since you were 2 also. We don’t have courses in Public Walking!

Remember that the corporate guy in the 3 piece suit stops off for a beer on the way home from work just like everyone else. And I guarantee he’s not speaking corporate mumbo jumbo to the bartender or to his buddies when he’s watching the big game.

If you’re preparing a speech and want to test it out, ask a kid. Kids have a natural immunity to professionalitis. Don’t use any words with your business prospects that you couldn’t use with a bright 10 year old. Just be yourself!!! Just talk to people. You’ll connect. In our natural state, we are entertaining and fun and attract naturally. I don’t see many boring kids. But as we get older, especially after we get our first real job, we systematically bury our color.

Entrepreneurship How the Internet Helps Entrepreneurs’ Home Businesses

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The Internet brought a radical change in the way we do everything. It has made the world smaller, and has brought people closer together through high speed connection. In fact, the Internet has made us realize that we now live in a global community and that everything we do affects the world around us.

The Internet not only changed the way we live, but it has changed entrepreneurs’ home businesses too.

Due to the fact that the Internet has brought the world closer together,every business has the potential for a global market. That means that the Internet has made it possible for entrepreneurs’ home businesses to have customers far away from home.

In the past “home business” meant that an entrepreneur would have to get customers from his or her immediate community. Your market was limited,but now you can get your enterprise out of the house and into the world.

No wonder that the big companies of today had to work hard in order to get out of their homes. Many of the today’s big corporations often started as home-based business.

Many entrepreneurs actually take their business to the Internet,because the Internet helps people shorten the time they have to wait until their business gets off the ground. It helps entrepreneurs’ home businesses get the push it needs to provide a global market. The Internet actually allows you to have the whole world as a target.

More and more people are opening up on-line businesses because of the simple fact that they get to make money easier this way. Today’s entrepreneurs’ home businesses actually mean that the lucky businessmen actually get to stay at home while they make their cash, because of the Internet.

Keep in mind that entrepreneurs are the richest people in the world. Professionals, lawyers, doctors, may make a lot of money, executives may have big salaries, but entrepreneurs pay these people for their services. So who do you think is really at the top of the chain?

With the Internet, you can have all the information you need at your fingertips. This means that you virtually have the whole world at the palm of your hand.

Entrepreneurs now have access to every piece of information that can affect their business. We all know how attentive one must be of things that one cannot control. The market is a very unpredictable factor in business, with people changing their preferences all the time. Through the Internet, one can be prepared for any possible events.

A simple search on the Internet allows you to take a closer look at competition. What sets those businesses apart? What is the competition’s weakness? How can you get ahead in the market?

Because the Internet also allows you access to people, you can get expert advice quickly, therefore you can reach important contacts and make business decisions faster. Entrepreneurs’ home businesses prosper because the Internet allows these businesses to have the best of help.

New Coaching Course Freedom Formula 8 Helps Entrepreneurs Make a Realistic Income Tapping into th

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West Palm Beach, FL – 21 January 2013 – Ryan Moran, a renowned Internet Entrepreneur and marketing coach, announces the release of his new coaching course “Freedom Formula 8.” The new course is designed to help Entrepreneurs finally master one of the many ways to make a realistic income online and to show them how to control their income so that they can control your life.

-This coaching course is for Entrepreneurs looking to improve on their online income results and build a sustainable income in just 8 days,- said Brian Owens, one of the coaches on this course. -It provides valuable proven insider information on how to pick a profitable niche online, turn the guaranteed traffic source into recurring customers in just 8 days.-

Highlights from this Freedom Formula 8 coaching course include:

-the 8 exact steps that Ryan uses to create his successful niche businesses online

-how to be in control of your financial health

-how to turn the cyber shopping mega trend into money in your pocket

-follow a proven roadmap with guaranteed results

-start to make money in a little over a week

Brian also says in his Freedom Formula 8 Reviews, -The best part of Ryan’s course is that even someone who has never tried to make money online could follow the instructions and have success. You don’t need to be an expert, so if you’re looking for something geared towards beginners, this is the course for you-.

The course is available at at just $47 and with your purchase you will get a special bonus report -Convenient Commissions- that shows you a live case study on how to build a website that generates thousands a month.

The coaching course is run by Ryan Moran and a selected group of mentors. Ryan Moran is a successful internet marketer.

About Brian Owens

For the last 5 years, Brian Owens of has been working with internet entrepreneurs teaching profitable marketing strategies online and is one of the coaches on this new coaching course, Freedom Formula 8.

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Contact: Brian Owens
Company: Brian Owens Biz
Address: 2064 Pleasant Hill Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33409
Phone: 561-966-5983
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Characteristics of a Successful Serial Entrepreneur

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Before a doctor diagnoses a specific disease, his patient must undergo a series of laboratory exams and assessments. He has to know the history of his patient and how lifestyle affected his present health problem. As results come in, that would be an indication of the time when a physician gives specific drugs and therapies for maintenance. This will eventually contribute to the level of optimum health for that individual. If all else fails, the process will be repeated again.

Similar to a doctor, what the above mentioned situation has stated, an entrepreneur’s responsibility would be pretty much the same. It’s just that, he should see his customers as his patients (not literally)and what they must have to survive a present predicament or a need. He must follow certain steps before doing anything irrational that could contribute to the downfall of his business. He should have certain characteristics innate in his personality for if he lacks one of these, he’s most probably doomed to fail.

Entrepreneurship is collectively defined as exhibiting one’s vision, taking action, and pursuing that vision as a goal to be achieved in life as service to reality. In the meaningless definition, it’s getting your butt out of that couch and doing something rather than fulfilling your life’s destiny of being a couch potato. Stated below are some of the distinct attitudes an entrepreneur should positively have:

Optimism – is foreseeing things in a positive way notwithstanding any circumstances that may hinder progress. The assertiveness of an individual depends on on e’s knowledge of how to handle a difficult situation

Creativity – is thinking outside the box. Expanding one’s mind of what is beyond the ordinary through fine research and collection of data.

Stability – more so mental, social or emotional, a leader must possess a stable life which means he could handle tough situations during tough times

Charismatic – intelligence of communicating with different walks of life.

Risk-taker – as someone beginning their own dream, one should be stern and must have the guts to take the big leap of plunging into their own doom or success. One should not be afraid of taking chances when opportunity strikes.

Energetic – willing to do whatever it takes to reach to the finish line. The inner drive must always be at its highest level happy to work overtime. His or her enthusiasm must prevail the next best thing.

Time bound – like a written report in a newspaper, an entrepreneur must be on top of things,by looking at our past, we could predict our future.

Small businesses, in time, would turn out big if the scope of management exceeds what is expected. So it is necessary for a beginner to be positive about his endeavors. He must be very observant of what his environment lacks and needs.
Think big! Take Action!!!!. Make your business dreams come true.

How to Become an Online Entrepreneur like Jason Bronson

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The internet has made it easier for anyone with the characteristics of an entrepreneur to fire their bosses, work less, have more time, and make money online. If that sounds like something that interests you, here’s how to get into a home based internet business that’s right for you.

First, You Must Believe

Few people become a success by accident. You can’t assume the role of an entrepreneur unless you think like an entrepreneur. And one thing a successful entrepreneur never thinks about is failure.

Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com has a net worth of over 4.85 billion dollars. Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay, has over 7 billion dollars in the bank. And while you may not end up earning what these online business entrepreneurs earn, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t take one of the top online business ideas and turn it into a very healthy income.

Here are 5 basic steps to launching a business opportunity that will make money on the internet online:

1.Find something in demand and sell it. Even in the worst of times people still spend money. The only difference is, they are more choosey about what they spend it on. If you can offer a product that people need, no matter what the economy is like, you’re on to a winning formula.

2.Make sure you team up with a business that is not MLM. You need to focus your energies on keeping yourself motivated and productive. It just wastes your time when you have to babysit downline members who aren’t as motivated as you are.

3.Look for a unique online business opportunity that isn’t over-represented. It takes a lot of time, energy and money to compete against established competitors who already own a huge share of the online home business internet market. Find a good niche and serve it well.

4.Work less; work smart. Find an online internet home based business that offers you the ability to automatically prospect for customers and that gives you the tools to make sales online without having to interact with your customers directly.

5.Finally, make sure you choose real business opportunities online that do not exploit the opportunity seeker. There are plenty of scams out there. Do your due diligence and choose a company you can trust.

Ready to change your life?

There’s money to be made owning a home based internet business. Choose yours and get started!

Kimco KEYS Program Provides Opportunity for Aspiring Entrepreneurs Seeking to Launch their First Re

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Kimco Realty Corp. (Kimco) announced the launch of another small business through the Kimco Entrepreneurs Year Start (KEYS) program – Carlsbad’s Build-It-Workshops held its grand opening on Friday.

KEYS is a small business incubator program developed by Kimko.

As of Dec. 31, 2012, Kimco owned interests in 896 shopping centers comprising 131 million square feet of leasable space across 44 states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, and South America. KEYS launched in California, where Kimco owns over 110 shopping centers consisting of over 3,200 stores and 19.3 million square feet of leasable space.

The company says that it is actively seeking startup entrepreneurs and first-time business owners to apply to the program, which currently has over a hundred small shops (2,500 square feet and under) available for KEYS participants, including many pre-built restaurant spaces.

KEYS will place qualified applicants into Kimco shopping centers with one year of free rent and additional benefits such as affordable property charges to minimize initial overhead; access to personal Kimco retail business counselors; a flexible four-year lease option after the first year; as well as access to shop space in established retail centers. In addition, Kimco says that it will provide operational and financial support through the critical startup incubation years to better ensure the success of these first-time business owners.

Kimco has developed relationships with established educational organizations such as SCORE, the California Small Business Development Center, Kauffman FastTrac, and others that offer business resources and networking support.

The KEYS program seeks entrepreneurs who plan to open their first store, restaurant, or other concept (but not franchise companies), who have adequate funding for the venture, a written Business Plan with detailed business goals and who have the ability to articulate their plan for success in an interview. A certificate, endorsement, or letter of completion verifying entrepreneurial classes completed from an SBA sponsored business association, college, university or appropriate training organization is encouraged, but not required.

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Jason Grill – Attorney, Advocate and Consultant for Entrepreneurs and Startups

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Jason Grill connects entrepreneurs, startups, mobile, technology and small to medium size business with the right exposure, resources and connections. Jason Grill owns JGrill Media which is a strategic consulting firm that focuses on media relations, public affairs, public relations, public strategies, professional branding, content marketing, publicity, government relations, contributing and commentating.

Jason Grill connects individuals, entrepreneurs, startups, small to large businesses, cities, communities, political figures/entities, policy makers, CEO’s/C-suite executives, founders, organizations, associations and nonprofits with the media outlets (tv, radio, online, print) on a local and national level to get the exposure they deserve to grow their brand. JGrill Media gets individuals and businesses published in reputable online publications that reach their target markets. JGrill Media specializes in building credibility through thought leadership and content marketing. Jason Grill helps build a professional brand by getting bylined articles published in national online publications and identifying and helping clients get awards and on lists that will gain them authority in their industry. By getting bylined articles and interviews published and winning the best awards, JGrill Media helps take a professional brand to the next level. By building up this brand, JGrill Media helps establish you as a credible, authority in your industry, thus bringing you or your company more business.

Jason Grill, in his legal and attorney work, helps clients with wrongful death and personal injury claims, civil and business litigations, vehicular accidents, traffic and speeding related offenses, bankruptcy, medical malpractices, guardianship (related to Autism, special needs, and down syndrome), employment and contract related issues, nursing home negligence, trusts and wills, real estate, and economic development cases, etc. He is not only registered with Missouri Bar Association but also associated with the Kansas Bar Association and is providing his valuable services as an attorney in the Kansas City area.

Jason is an avid fan of Missouri Tigers, Kansas City Chiefs, Sporting KC, Liverpool and the Kansas City Royals. He represented Kansas City in Missouri House of Representatives, and made a remarkable contribution by getting landmark legislation passed to help families of children with autism. Jason Grill played a significant role as philanthropy chairman in the Sigma Chi Fraternity, and collected funds for Children’s Miracle Network. While in college, he conducted community service for many organizations that include Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, St. Louis inner-city mentorship programs, etc. While pursuing his BS at St. Louis University, he connected himself with the Omicron Delta Epsilon and various other societies such as Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society, National Deans List Honors Society, the Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity, the Golden Key National Honor Society, Economics Honor Society, and he mentored for the Oriflamme organization.

Admirable Traits Of Successful Entrepreneurs

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You may remember in your business subject class, than an entrepreneur is someone who has a great possession of idea, where he is the venture owner and will be accountable for all the adherent tasks it compromise. Being an entrepreneur is a task one should not easily take but will surely embrace all its advantages. Listed below are the admirable traits of a successful entrepreneurs:

Has Vision – in all types of people, whether you are not entrepreneur, people who always succeed are those who see their selves in future and do something for it.

He who set goals – someone plans ahead of time, someone who set parameter to achieve something he would want for his self.

He who is an opportunist – entrepreneurs were known as opportunist because of their attitude to grab the bacon as it was presented to them.

He who knows the Competition – a good entrepreneur is someone who knows the demand in the market. Biz Mirror a real life business magazine featured the life of Lawrence Robinson who gained five business branches in two years. According to him, knowing the demand of the public will surely be an edge, since he is a pool owner, he found out that aqua rite and pool chlorinator are the demand of the market. So what he did was to look for a high end aqua rite and pool chlorinator that he can offer to the public, after a year, his store in Los Angeles, became one of the most sought after pool store in California. He was able to put five branches in two years time and he was so thankful with the idea that he was able to achieve this success because of his aqua rite and pool chlorinator idea.

He who has love and passion for his business – it can be notice that all the successful people are those who love and untiringly work for their work, if you would want to be an entrepreneur, then you must always fall in love and work the best for your business.

Mom Entrepreneurs Getting Down To Business

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Tips For Mom Entrepreneurs To Get Down To Business
If you’ve ever attempted to get anything done with a toddler around, you know it’s no cakewalk. It’s a challenge to do the dishes or the laundry (shower, anyone?) let alone actual, potentially lucrative work. Here are 5 ways that you can get down to business, even if it means doing these things between phone calls, diaper changes and mealtimes:

1-Find a need and fill it
Stop staring at the competition. Dont take someone elses idea or existing business, tweak it, and try to call it your own. Take a look at your life, your needs, wants and desires. Ask yourself, what would make your life easier? Find out how to help your friends do X if you have created Y? Filling a void in the market is, in theory, a cinch. Fill a need stop procrastinating. And not by thinking about it, talking about it or dreaming about itdo it
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2-Create A Plan Of Action
Do not write up a business plan. Dont even Google the words “business plan.” Mom entrepreneurs dont have time to put together a lengthy, heady write-up of profits, losses and EBITDA (wha? Take a pen and write out your plan. Get the gist? Then dive in. Try things out. The more you work on your business idea, the more thrilled you will be to see it in actionand it will keep you building.

3-Work With Your Kids, Not Around Them
Stress being the killer that it is, skip it altogether. Dont fret the childcare or sweat the pick-ups/drop-offs. Incorporate your childs schedule into your work day. Teach them to play the Silent Game while youre on the phone. Have them create something you can hang in your office. And when that noisemaker screams during your conference call? Skip the embarrassmenta whole lot of people also have kids.
Theyll understand
Promise.

4-Embrace the web
The interwebs are your friends. You don’t have to get hooked into social media like facebook and twitter, but don’t stay away either. Make sure youre connecting with folks who can help you along in your business. Find local groups like The Founding Moms where you can meet up with fellow mom entrepreneurs face-to-face. Grow your network who will, in turn, help you and your business grow.

5-Meet up with fellow mom entrepreneurs
Theres nothing like meeting someone in-person. You should embrace the web and all that it has to offer. But, get out of the house. Not only will it bring you great joy to smile at other human beings, but your kids will appreciate staring at new walls, too. Tell us your trials and tribulations of being a mom entrepreneur, then shake hands with like minded people and know your not alone.
Youll thank yourself.