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List of consulting firms in Singapore

28. Ernst & Young

1. ABeam Consulting

29. Fair Isaac (Braun Consulting)

2. Accenture

30. Forum Corporation

3. Added Value

31. Frost & Sullivan

4. Aon Consulting

32. FTI Consulting

5. Arthur D. Little

33. Gartner

6. A.T. Kearney

34. Gallup Consulting

7. Atkins Global

35. Global Intelligence Alliance

8. Avanade

36. Grant Thornton

9. Avenue A-Razorfish

37. Greenwich Associates

10. Bain & Company

38. Harris & Associates

11. BMC Software Consulting

39. Hatch Associates

12. BTS

40. Hay Group

13. Buck Consultants

41. Hewitt Associates

14. Cambridge Associates

42. Hill & Knowlton

15. CapGemini

43. IMS Health

16. CDM Consulting

44. Infosys Consulting

17. Cedar Management Consulting

45. Kantar Health

18. CGN & Associates

46. Keane

19. Cognizant

47. Kellen Company

20. Computer Associates

48. KPMG Consulting

21. Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)

49. LEK Consulting

22. Corporate Executive Board

50. Lightspeed Research

23. Corporate Value Associates

51. Logica

24. Deloitte Consulting

52. Manpower

25. Edgar Dunn & Company

53. McKinsey & Company

26. Egon Zehnder International

54. Mercer Consulting

27. ENVIRON

55. Milliman

56. Millward Brown

84. Towers Watson

57. Miracle Software Systems

85. TPI

58. Monitor Group

86. Unisys Consulting

59. MWH Consulting

87. Vivaldi Partners

60. Navigant Consulting

88. Value Partners Management Consulting

61. Northrop Grumman Corporation Consulting

89. Wipro Technologies

62. North Highland


63. Oliver Wyman
64. Omnex
65. PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
66. Protiviti
67. Qedis Consulting
68. Quantitative Risk Management
69. Quint Wellington Redwood Group
70. Resources Global Professionals
71. Robert Half International
72. Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
73. Russell Reynolds Associates
74. R.W. Beck
75. SAIC
76. SAP Consulting
77. Sapient
78. Schlumberger Business Consulting
79. Simon Kucher & Partners
80. Stern Stewart & Company
81. Strategic Decisions Group (SDG)
82. Synovate Business Consulting
83. Tata Consultancy Services

LIST OF 204 SINGAPOREAN


COMPANIES INTERVIEWED IN
SINGAPORE
1. ACE Dynamic Ltd
2. ACEZ Engineering
3. AEA International
4. Aik Guan Construction
5. Airtropolis Express (S) Pte Ltd
6. Alliance Enterprises (S) Pte Ltd
7. Aluminium Craft (88) Pte Ltd
8. American Industries (Pte) Ltd
9. American Marine (S) Pte Ltd
10.ANA Mechatronics
11.APT Enterprise Pte Ltd
12.Arcasia Land Pte Ltd
13.Artsgate Trading Pte Ltd
14.Asi Matrix Ltd
15.Asia General Holdings
16.Asia Pacific Forest Products (Suzhou) Pte
Ltd
17.Asia Paint Intl Co Pte Ltd
18.Asia-Pacific Bulk Terminal (Holdings) Pte
Ltd
19.Avi-tech Electronics (S) Pte Ltd
20.AWT World Transport

21.Balestier Hospital
22.Beaver Sports Pte Ltd
23.Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner (SEA) Pte Ltd
24.Best Safety-Glass Mfg (S) Pte Ltd
25.Bian Kong Construction Co.
26.Billion Gain Enterprise Pte Ltd
27.Broadway Industrial Group
28.BSC Information Systems Pte Ltd
29.C & B Aquarium Pte Ltd
30.Caldecott ProductionsInternational Pte Ltd
31.CEH Group
32.Cellini Design Center Pte Ltd
33.CEMS Pte Ltd
34.Chai Ming Optical Pte Ltd
35.Chan Ho Engineering
36.Changi International Airport Services Pte
Ltd
37.Chemical Industries Pte Ltd
38.Chop Hup Chong Food Industries
39.Chu Cheong Co Pte Ltd
40.CISCO
41.City Satay
42.CityCab Pte Ltd
43.Comfort Marine Pte Ltd
44.Cycle & Carriage
45.Cyclect Holdings Pte Ltd
46.Dapha Electronics
47.DBS Bank
48.DBS Land Ltd
49.DelGro Corporation Limited
50.DelGro Engineering
51.Dowell Coating Pte Ltd
52.Dragon City Restaurant Group
53.Dragon Link Investments Pte Ltd
54.DVS Systems
55.East Asia Trading Co
56.Eastbourne Chemical Industry Pte Ltd
57.Eastern Publishing Pte Ltd
58.Econ Piling
59.Eu Yan Sang (S) Pte Ltd
60.Europa Interiors (S) Pte Ltd
61.Excelpoint Systems Pte Ltd
62.Falmac Limited
63.Federal Paint Marketing Pte Ltd
64.Footraco Group
65.FT Resources (Asia) Pte Ltd
66.Future Enterprises Pte Ltd
67.GATX Terminals (Pte) Ltd
68.GK Goh Holdings
69.Godrej (S) Pte Ltd
70.GPE Industries Ltd
71.Great Eastern Life
72.GRP Limited
73.H Qiang Investments
74.Heshe Holdings
75.Hiap Huat Paints Company
76.Hiap Moh Corporation Ltd
77.High Mean Pte Ltd
78.Hock Bee Frozen Food Enterprise Pte Ltd
79.Hock San Yuen Food Manufacturing

80.Hotel Royal
81.Hua Yang Investment
82.Hwa Tat Lee Mfg Pte Ltd
83.IFS Logistics (S) Pte Ltd
84.Innovation Group
85.Integra Shipping Pte Ltd
86.International Associated Corporation Pte
Ltd
87.International Factors (S) Pte Ltd
88.International Hardware Electrical &
Construction Co (Pte) Ltd
89.International Scientific (Pte) Ltd
90.Intrimex Pte Ltd
91.IPC Information & Communication
92.ISS International School
93.Jak Hong Shipping Pte Ltd
94.Java Enterprises Pte Ltd
95.Jia Hua Investment Pte Ltd
96.Jingdezhen Sl Ceramics Co Ltd
97.JTC International
98.Jurong Engineering Limited
99.Jurong Shipyard Limited
100.
Kenwood Real Estate Pte Ltd
101.
Keppel Bank
102.
Keppel FELS
103.
Keppel T & T
104.
Kheng Guan Pte Ltd
105.
Kian Ho Bearings (S) Pte Ltd
106.
Kim Seng Heng Eng Construction
(Pte) Ltd
107.
Kim Seng Holdings Pte Ltd
108.
Kuok Oils & Grains Pte Ltd
109.
Lian Huat Group
110.
Liang Huat Aluminium
111.
Lion Asiapac Pte Ltd
112.
Mas Millenium (Singapore) Pte Ltd
113.
Mast Management Consultants Pte
Ltd
114.
Matex Specialty Chemicals
115.
Meiban Plastic Ltd
116.
Metalite Singapore Pte Ltd
117.
NatSteel Engineering
118.
NatSteel Ltd
119.
Network Foods International Ltd
120.
Nippecraft Ltd
121.
Nylect Engineering Pte Ltd
122.
Oakwell Engineering Limited
123.
Ong & Company
124.
Osprey Maritime
125.
Overseas Union Enterprise
126.
Owl International Pte Ltd
127.
Pan-United Corp Pte Ltd
128.
Penta-Ventura Resources
129.
Peoplenet Associates Pte Ltd
130.
Petite Cherie Boutique Pte Ltd
131.
Pidemco Land
132.
Pillar Construction Pte Ltd
133.
Pivot Group Pte Ltd
134.
Pokka Corp (S) Pte Ltd
135.
Prima Limited

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162.
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191.

Progress Instruments Pte Ltd


Protek Chemicals & Engineering Pte
PSA Corporation Ltd
Rheem (Far East) Pte Ltd
Rotary Engineering
ROTOL Spore Ltd
Spore Cable Car
Spore Network Services Pte Ltd
Spore Reinsurance Corporation
Samta Shipmanagement Pte Ltd
SATS
Scotts Holdings Ltd
Seamaster Paint
Seng Hua Hng Foodstuff (S) Pte Ltd
Shen Sing International Pte Ltd
Siakson Coach Tours
Silk Air
SIMRO Trading Pte Ltd
Sin Heng Chan (S) Pte Ltd
Sin Kang Lian Hardware Co.
Sincere Watch Limited
Sineximco Pte Ltd
Singapore Airlines Ltd
Singapore Ann Kway Holdings Ltd
Singapore Press Holdings
Singapore Technologies Industrial

192.
Wah Heng Glass Holdings Pte Ltd
193.
Waterbank Properties Pte Ltd
194.
Weeson Manufacturer
195.
Westan International
196.
Windmill International Pte Ltd
197.
World Publications Group
198.
Yang Ah Kang & Sons Pte Ltd
199.
Yeo Eng Koon (S) Pte Ltd
200.
YLF Marketing Pte Ltd
201.
Yoku Systems Pte Ltd
202.
Yong Garments Manufacturing Co.
Pte Ltd
203.
Yunnan Kitchen
204.
Zheng Hua Holdings Pte Ltd

Singapore Technologies Pte Ltd


Singapore Telecoms
Singapore Valve & Fitting Pte Ltd
Singatronics Ltd
Singco Pte Ltd
Sino Electronics Import & Export Pte
Smitech (Asia) Pte Ltd
Smith Precision Machining Pte Ltd
SNP Corp Ltd
ST Aerospace
Standard Tech
Stream Peak International Pte Ltd
Sunwa Construction & Interior (Pte)
Superbowl Holdings
Tan Chiang Brothers
Tat Hui Foods Pte Ltd
Technic Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd
Tek Min Trading Co.
The Comfort Group
Town Art Media Pte Ltd
Translink Pte Ltd
Tropical Produce Co. (Pte) Ltd
UIC Ltd
Unicorn King Industries Pte Ltd
Unilife Data Systems Pte Ltd
Union Alloy (Pte) Ltd
UNIPAC Equipment Pte Ltd
UOL Ltd
Utopia-Aire Pte Ltd
Wah Chang Intl Corp

WINNERS (2014) ENTERPRISE 50


1 Borden Company (Pte) 2 Indoguna Singapore
Ltd
6 Pte Ltd
2 Sunray Woodcraft
Construction Pte Ltd

2 Seiko Architectural
7 Wall Systems Pte Ltd

3 Vigcon Construction
Pte Ltd

2 Sudima International
8 Pte Ltd

4 O.E. Manufacturing Pte 2 Aalst Chocolate Pte


Ltd
9 Ltd
5 AllAlloy Pte Ltd

3 Absolute Kinetics
0 Consultancy Pte Ltd

6 Aver Asia (S) Pte Ltd

3 CAD-IT Consultants
1 (Asia) Pte Ltd

7 Mooreast Asia Pte Ltd

3 Sun Singapore
2 Systems Pte Ltd

8 Link (THM) Holdings


Pte Ltd

3 Silver Bullion Pte Ltd


3

9 Rotating Offshore
Solutions Pte Ltd

3 Aly Energy Singapore


4 Pte Ltd

1 Huationg Holdings Pte 3 Hua Resources Pte


0 Ltd
5 Ltd
11 Chee Fatt Co Pte Ltd

3 Wiselink Technology
6 Pte Ltd

1 Wee Tiong (S) Pte Ltd 3 Serrano Holdings Pte


2
7 Ltd

2 Teambuild Land Pte


Ltd

2 Wong Fong
7 Engineering Works
(1988) Pte Ltd

3 Borden Company
(Pte) Ltd

2 Dynasty Travel
8 International Pte Ltd

4 Wee Tiong (S) Pte Ltd 2 Huationg (Asia) Pte Ltd


9
5 DLE M&E Pte Ltd

3 Stone Apple Solutions


0 Pte Ltd

6 Star Controls
Engineering Co Pte
Ltd

3 Mercantile Pacific Asia


1 Pte Ltd

7 Jay Gee Enterprises


(Pte) Ltd

3 Zero Spot Laundry


2 Service Pte Ltd

1 Omni United (S) Pte


3 Ltd

3 Fortuna Scientific Pte


8 Ltd

1 Wong Fong
4 Engineering Works
(1988) Pte Ltd

3 Pan-Malayan
9 Pharmaceuticals Pte
Ltd

1 Oilfield Services &


5 Supplies Pte Ltd

4 Supreme Components
0 International Pte Ltd

1 OrangeTee.com Pte
6 Ltd

4 S M C Food 21 Pte Ltd


1

1 Pollisum Engineering
7 (Pte) Ltd

4 Mercantile Pacific Asia


2 Pte Ltd

1 Ensure Engineering
8 Pte Ltd

4 Yongsheng
3 Engineering Pte Ltd

1 Soverus Pte Ltd


9

4 Intac Systems Solution


4 Pte Ltd

2 BLPL Singapore Pte


0 Ltd

4 Robust International
5 Pte Ltd

2 Tecsia Lubricants Pte


1 Ltd

4 Consistel Pte Ltd


6

1 SLP International
3 Property Consultants
Pte Ltd

2 Feng Ming
2 Construction Pte Ltd

4 Aik Moh Paints &


7 Chemicals Pte Ltd

1 Sunhuan Construction 3 Pollisum Engineering


4 Pte Ltd
9 (Pte) Ltd

2 Linnhoff Technologies
3 Pte Ltd

4 Oriental Tanks Pte Ltd


8

1 Absolute Kinetics
5 Consultancy Pte Ltd

4 Indoguna (Singapore)
0 Pte Ltd

2 Moh Seng Cranes Pte 4 Feinmetall Singapore


4 Ltd
9 Pte Ltd

1 O.E. Manufacturing
6 Pte Ltd

4 Bunkers Marine Pte Ltd


1

2 Deluge Fire Protection 5 Avantchem Pte Ltd


5 (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd
0

1 Mooreast Asia Pte Ltd 4 BLPL Singapore Pte Ltd


7
2

WINNERS (2013) ENTERPRISE 50

1 Soon Li Heng Civil


Engineering Pte Ltd

2 Linnhoff Technologies
6 Pte Ltd

8 Excel Precast Pte Ltd 3 Earth Arts Pte Ltd


3
9 Seiko Architectural
3 Victor Enterprises Pte
Wall Systems Pte Ltd 4 Ltd
1 Falcon Incorporation
0 Pte Ltd

3 Fagerdala Singapore
5 Pte Ltd

11 S M C Food 21 Pte
Ltd

3 Wiselink Technology
6 Pte Ltd

1 Deluge Fire Protection 3 Rigel Technology (S)


2 (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd
7 Pte Ltd
3 Powerpac International
8 Pte Ltd

1 JCS-Echigo Pte Ltd


8

4 OrangeTee.com Pte Ltd


3

1 AllAlloy Pte Ltd


9

4 ITCAN Pte Ltd


4

2 Ensure Engineering
0 Pte Ltd

4 P-One (S) Pte Ltd


5

2 Krislite Pte Ltd


1

4 CAD-IT Consultants
6 (Asia) Pte Ltd

2 Vigcon Construction
2 Pte Ltd

4 Comfort Design Pte Ltd


7

2 Feng Ming
3 Construction Pte Ltd

4 Supreme Components
8 International Pte Ltd

2 Rotating Offshore
4 Solutions Pte Ltd

4 V8 Environmental Pte
9 Ltd

2 Omni United (S) Pte.


5 Ltd.

5 SOONSteel
0 International Pte Ltd

Overall
Mr Neeraj
Winner
Mr Neeraj

Winner
Sundarajoo, Comwerks Pte Ltd
of EYA for Social Contribution
Sundarajoo, Comwerks Pte Ltd

THE FINALISTS OF THE EMERGING ENTERPRISE


AWARD 2014

Emerging Enterprise Award 2014 Finalists


1. Aesthetic Medical Holdings Pte Ltd
2. Century Water Systems & Technologies Pte
Ltd
3. Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd
4. Anacle Systems Pte Ltd
5. Dough Culture Pte Ltd
6. Sky Creation Interior Design Pte Ltd
7. Austrianova Singapore Pte Ltd
8. Five Aluminium Boat & Engineering Pte Ltd
9. Sunseap Leasing Pte Ltd
10.Blu5 View Pte Ltd
11.Griffin Group International Pte Ltd
12.CashRun Pte Ltd
13.Live Great Holdings Pte Ltd

WINNERS (2012) ENTERPRISE 50


1 Lian Soon
Construction Pte Ltd

2 Pan Asia Logistics


6 Singapore Pte Ltd

2 EL Development Pte
Ltd

2 Global Harvest Trading


7 Pte Ltd

3 Superworld
2 JustCommodity
Electronics (S) Pte Ltd 8 Software Solutions Pte
Ltd
4 Chiu Teng
Construction Co Pte
Ltd

2 Feinmetall Singapore
9 Pte Ltd

5 Progressive Builders
Pte Ltd

3 Krislite Pte Ltd


0

Most Promising Startup Award Finalists


1. ACM Biolabs Pte Ltd
2. Icarsclub Pte Ltd
3. Numoni Pte Ltd

6 East Asia Institute of 3 Jay Gee Enterprises


Management Pte Ltd 1 (Pte) Ltd
7 Jumbo Seafood Pte
Ltd

3 Supreme Components
2 International Pte Ltd

8 Wee Tiong (S) Pte Ltd 3 Capita Pte Ltd


3
Overall Winner
Mr Sun Lai Fong, Sunhuan Construction Pte Ltd
Winner of EYA for Enterprise
Mr Winston Chia, Serrano Holdings Pte Ltd
Winner of EYA for Innovation
Mr Albert Oon, Shun Zhou Hardware Pte Ltd
Winner of EYA for Info-Communications
Technology
Mr Sun Lai Fong, Sunhuan Construction Pte Ltd
Winner of EYA for Service Excellence
Ms Sally Chua, Q'son Kitchen Equipment Pte Ltd
Young Entrepreneur Award Category

ASME
For media enquiries, please contact:
EUNICE CHOY (ASME)
Senior Executive, Corporate Communications
DID: 6513 0347 Mobile: 9649 4427 Email:
eunice.choy@asme.org.sg
JAMES TAN (ASME)
Senior Executive, Corporate Communications
DID: 6513 0370 Mobile: 9800 4815 Email:
james.tan@asme.org.sg
RACHELLE TAN (ASME)
Executive, Corporate Communications
DID: 6513 0366 Mobile: 9011 0055 Email:
rachelle.tan@asme.org.sg

EMERGING ENTERPRISE 2010


FINALISTS
1. Tyler Projects (Corporate Website:
http://www.tylerprojects.com/ )
Tyler Projects is a small local gaming company
with dreams of becoming a giant in the
social gaming scene. While many gaming
companies would like to be the number one
in the market, Tyler Projects wants to be
influential enough to change the social gaming
scene altogether.
The gaming company was founded in 2005 by
three friends Ng Tian Yang, Leonard
Lin and Ronnie Neo - who had a passion for
gaming. With encouragement from a
university professor, they decided to start a
company using their initials to form the
company name, and Tyler Projects was born. In
2009, Tyler Projects had revenue of
about $1.5 million, six times the revenue of
$250,000 in the previous year.
The company developed Battle Stations,
Singapores first Massively Multi-player Online
Role Playing Game for Facebook users, and has
not looked back since.
2. MAJ Aviation (Corporate Website:
http://www.majaviation.com.sg/)
MAJ Aviation provides specialised aviation
services and engineering support to local
clients and does defence maintenance, repair
and overhaul (MRO) consultancy work.
Seven years back, it was just a six-person
company that provided technical manpower
and other outsourced services to SIA Engineering
Company and ST Aviation Services
Company. But the spirit of enterprise drove MAJ,
which now has 25 staff, to fly high in
other areas.
The companys bread and butter 70 per cent
of its business is aviation logistics
support. It is now the authorised parts distributor
for aircraft seat manufacturer Weber
Aircraft, with accreditation to carry out repairs
too.
age 2 of 8
3. Reclaims Enterprise Pte Ltd
Recycling company Reclaims Enterprise is playing
its part to battle the shortage of
dumping grounds in Singapore by recycling
industrial waste into construction materials
and animal feed.
Started in 2009, the young company was started
by four long-time friends with a
common vision: to reduce wastage in Singapore.
Their years of experience in the

construction industry made them realise that a


large portion of construction waste could
be recycled as construction materials.
This observation led Reclaims Enterprise to focus
on recycling construction waste into
usable road materials - the first stage of its
venture into the recycling industry.
4. Flexspeed Technology (Corporate
Website: http://www.flexspeed.com.sg/)
Flexspeed was set up in 2003 to link
manufacturers of precision machine tools with
potential buyers, but has since evolved into a
one-stop solutions provider that not only
sells cutting-edge machinery but also installs,
maintains and repairs them. The edge
that Flexspeed gains from its value-added
services is what makes it value its people.
Seven years on, Flexspeed boasts more than 100
clients, 80 per cent of them local and
20 per cent multinational companies.
age 3 of 8
5. Moveon Technologies (Corporate
Website: http://moveon.bz/)
Moveon Technologies manufactures optical
components used in printers, cameras and
smartphones.
The company started in 2006 with just seven
people and now has a staff strength of 100.
It has a projected sales target of US$14 million
this year.
The new TrackPad the optical finger navigation
pad that replaced the TrackBall on
BlackBerry handsets was co-developed by
Moveon Technologies.
The company has also acquired a patent for a
lens printing methodology that allows
mass production of the Fresnel lens a kind of
flash lens that allows for slimmer mobile
phone cameras.
6. Simply Freight Services Pte Ltd
(Corporate Website: http://www.simplyfreight.com/)
Home-grown logistics and supply chain
management specialist Simply Freight Services
deals with air and sea freights on a door-to-door
basis.
Simply Freight does not have an operations team.
Instead, staff from the sales and
customer service divisions are required to be
well-versed in the companys operations.
The company has also delved into niche markets
which help to generate growth by
creating multiple revenue streams.
Mr. Chew, one of Simply Freight co-founders is
also a chairman of the SFS Global
Logistics, a new venture with 11 other companies
in 2009 that target MNC customers
seeking a single company to do logistical and
supply chain management in the AsiaPacific

region. This in turns effectively reduce costs,


bypassing language barriers and
avoiding coordination breakdowns.
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7. DN Hybrid Pte Ltd (Corporate Website:
http://www.dnhybrid.com/ )
Using trust as a foundation, Desmond To and
Nelson Ham has moulded building and
construction company DN Hybrid into the
successful entity that it is today.
The name of the company are the initials of these
two founders and Hybrid was
chosen as Mr. Ham was previously doing interior,
architecture and finishing work, and
Mr. To was doing structural steel work.
DN Hybrid strives to provide its clients with a
one-stop integrated building solution
through excellent delivery and ingenious
construction.
8. Global Harvest Precision
Global Harvest Precision (or GHP) is a local metal
stamping contractor and parts maker
founded in December 2002 by former machinists
Tony Cheng and Lim Be Hua.
GHP gets most of its business from local
electronics manufacturers. About 60 per cent
of sales can be attributed to Philips Electronics
Singapore, a company the founders
worked with when they ran their previous
company, Ee Cheng MetalWorks.
The company expanded in July 2007 through its
subsidiary, PT Global Harvest
Precision Engineering, in Batam. As many of the
companys customers had production
lines in Indonesia, this allowed GHP to reduce
costs and make delivery more efficient.
The company has a total staff strength of 50 32
in Singapore and about 20 in Batam.
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9. Toyo Adtec (Corporate Website:
http://www.toyo-adtec.com/)
Toyo Adtec has taken the phrase The customer is
always right and adapted it to
distinguish its business model from the other
technology solution providers in the
electronics industry.
Toyo Adtec focuses on what its customers want,
and then moves back up the supply
chain to source for the desired products.
Supplying mainly customers from the
semiconductor and electronics packaging
industries, Toyo Adtec began as a joint venture
with a Japanese company of the same
name in 2004, but struck out on its own in 2008.
Its buying customers number around
180; about 10 are local and the rest from
overseas.
In Singapore, Toyo Adtecs best-selling product is
the capillary, a high-tech sewing

needle that stitches gold-wire one-tenth the


thickness of a human hair onto
semiconductors.
10. Leong Guan Food Manufacturer
Riding itself on high quality products and good
service, Leong Guan Food Manufacturer
aspires to be a leader in taking Singapore
noodles overseas.
The company started out as a noodle supplier in
1996, with minimum assets consisting
of three delivery trucks and 10 employees. The
owners set up a manufacturing arm in
2006 to monitor the quality of the noodles
produced and currently has 15 per cent share
of the local noodle market.
Leong Guan Food Manufacturer produces 20
tonnes of cooked noodles such as yellow
noodles, kway teow, as well as uncooked noodles
such as wanton noodles, mee pok
and mee kia on a daily basis.
In its 2009 financial year, starting January 2009,
the company had a turnover of $6.7
million and a profit of $1.2 million.
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11. Edgilis Pte Ltd (Corporate Website:
http://www.edgilis.com)
Julien Sylvain Arnaud hails from France, but
Edigilis the name of his consulting firm
is not a French word. Nor is it English. The name
is actually a creation that comes
from edge and agility which reflects the fact the
company is nimble and reactive.
Started in 2006 in Singapore Edgilis is an
opportunity consulting firm with transport,
infrastructure and energy as its key markets.
Edgilis is also a distinctly international company
and has projects in 15 countries on four
continents.
Despite the global downturn, Edgilis reported a
$1.2 million gross profit on revenue of
$3 million in 2009. The company projects
revenue of $5 million this year.

12. Udders Pte Ltd (Corporate Website:


http://www.udders.com.sg)
In 2007, David Yim and a partner opened the first
outlet of the home-grown ice-cream
chain Udders, and have not looked back since.
Today, Udders has three outlets at Novena,
Bukit Timah and Bukit Batok. And two
more at Siglap and Serangoon Gardens are
set to open in June and November
respectively.
The companys range of liqueur ice-cream
flavours is its unique selling point. Udders
has about 30 flavours of ice-cream, and new ones
are being researched all the time.

Udders now has 20 full-time and 40 part-time


staff. Last year, the company earned
revenues of more than $1 million and is expected
to more than double this year.
age 7 of 8
13. Kok Fah Technology Farm Pte Ltd
Kok Fah Technology Farm (KFTF) has grown to
become one of the main players in
Singapores vegetable sector by capitalising on
the use of technology to improve
efficiency.
The company started out with just one twohectare farm 10 years ago and today
comprises five 10-ha farms, each with a staff
force of around 70.
With a turnover of $7 million last year, KFTF
supplies vegetables to Pasir Panjang
Wholesale Market and supermarkets such as
NTUC Fairprice.
Mr. Wong is aware that for consumers, freshness
of their vegetables is an important
purchasing factor. Hence, the company has taken
steps to improve the quality of its
vegetables through collaboration with SPRING
Singapore and AVA to develop a coldchain
project a temperature controlled supply chain
which enables the extension of a
produces shelf life.
14. KAI Square Pte Ltd (Corporate Website:
http://www.kaisquare.com/)
Homegrown multimedia surveillance and
intelligence specialist KAI Square Pte Ltd sees
its technologies as contributing to the greater
good of society by enhancing safety and
security as well as boosting existing health care
services. It aims to enable innovation
through the use of knowledge and artificial
intelligence.

Established in 2006 by two computer science


graduates, KAI Squares star offering is its
Juzz4 series which includes Juzz4Security, a fullfledged Web-based surveillance
solution for the transportation and logistics
industries.
KAI Square sees itself as both a business-tobusiness (B2B) and business-to-consumer
(B2C) company, with its clientele comprising of
both large corporate clients requiring
intelligence and CCTV platforms and endconsumers looking to have high-end security
at their fingertips.
In financial year 2009, it turned in a profit of
$56,000 on sales of $503,000, and is
projecting its revenue for 2010 to reach $2.2
million and its profit to be around $500,000.
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15. MindWave Solutions Pte Ltd
Proactiveness is the keyword that sets the ITservicing company, MindWave Solutions,
apart from other companies in the same industry.
The companys competitive advantage is putting
customers needs in front by going
beyond fulfilling their clients requests and
suggesting improvements that will enhance
its clients IT system.
Co-founded by Mr. Vinod Menon and Ms Aditi
Nayak in 2005, the company now has
150 employees regionally from 11 nationalities. It
currently has two other branches in
Malaysia and Australia apart from its
headquarters in Singapore. It also has partners in
Thailand, India, Vietnam, Indonesia and the
Philippines, where it outsources projects
that require specific IT knowledge.
In Singapore, the company has a total of 75
clients locally consisting of MNCs and
SMEs.