Through embedding values of sustainability throughout their organisation, Dulwich College Singapore has ensured that parents, teachers, students and external vendors all have opportunities to collaboratively engage in sustainability practices.

Having effectively recognised a gap in their consumer market, DFI Retail Group have successfully utilised technology to build an innovative solution to bridge a gap in the local market. Additionally, they have created a cohesive diversity and inclusion strategy that considers employee wellbeing and female inclusivity.

Read about Coventry Enterprises Singapore's efforts in strengthening bilateral ties between the UK and Singapore through working with the Singapore Civil Defence Force and Home Team Academy.

​​​​​​​With customer centricity at the forefront of all their services and solutions, BT Singapore have utilised technology to address prevailing customer pain points in today's business landscape while building a well-rounded sustainability framework, including setting sustainability standards for both themselves and their suppliers.

From ensuring parents are connected to their children's day-to-day classroom happenings, to building a vibrant community space for staff, students and parents to learn and interact – Brighton College Singapore has shown exceptional growth and resilience over the last three years.

From a creating flexible, a comfortable and collaborative workplace culture to providing employees with the autonomy to build work schedules that work best for them, Beazley prioritises employee wellbeing through a variety of initiatives curated to foster productivity and cognitive diversity - empowering employees with the tools they need to be their best selves.

From implementing well-rounded policies and regulations that encourage employee wellbeing, professional growth and inclusivity, to ensuring leaders at all levels of the organisation actively participate in undertaking initiatives established to create conducive work environment, Barclays has built a pillar of sound workplace culture for colleagues from all walks of life to thrive.

Finding suppliers, distributors, and future customers can be overwhelming when you’re on the other side of the world. Operating since 1954, the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore has built private and public sector connections that span numerous industries, working hard to remain relevant and plugged into what Singapore is looking for.

Irrespective of the scale or international reach of a company, all businesses operate within their own cycle of priorities and goals, obstacles and opportunities. Find out how your business can make connections.