The Village By CCL was established during the circuit breaker period when the COVID-19 pandemic struck last year, in 2020. The founders of CCL realized there were long queues at supermarkets where people had difficulties accessing necessities such as vegetables. Thus, it spurred them to start an online platform to bring fresh and affordable vegetables to their customers with greater convenience.
Bill Gates was once quoted saying “Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.”. A company’s very ethos, especially customer-facing ones, should be of striving to meet the customers’ every need. Customer Service teams serve as the backbone of every company because, without the customers, there is no company. PR and customer reviews are crucial in kickstarting a business’ fortunes and hence is the most sought-after aspect.
e array of activities that you can indulge in to cure your pandemic boredom! So, let us dive right in to share with you our top 5 places to immerse yourself in. Don’t worry, these activities are suitable for all ages!
Ever wondered how companies keep up with their sales and inventory despite the bustling and jostling crowd, especially during promotions? Increasingly, more companies are starting to adopt a POS system to help manage their businesses as they continue to expand. A Point-Of-Sale (POS) system is one that allows businesses to complete purchases, record sales data and view business performance reports.
Whether you are a consumer or a producer, taxes will always be a constant come what may. Taxes are defined as a mandatory contribution to state revenue levied by the government on workers’ income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services and transactions.
It is no secret that Singaporeans love to eat. We are those who live to eat rather than eat to live. Thus wherever we go, we are surrounded by a myriad of restaurants and eateries which satisfy our infinite cravings. Singapore has a strong hawker culture. For many years it has been the go-to food for Singaporeans from all walks of life.
During the Smart Nation Summit in 2019, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong strongly emphasised the importance of embracing and utilising science and technology in Singapore. “People must not be anti-tech or anti-science, because that would hold back progress and be the end of us.”
Despite the salient benefits of digital connectivity, many are still hesitant to invest in digitalisation. This is attributed to the high cost of investment in digitalisation, based on a study by insurance company QBE. This has deterred 40% of SMEs lacking funds and expertise to do so.
Money was tight in several households in Singapore and thus the government has rolled out several monetary initiatives. Thus, this would help Singaporeans combat the brunt of the pandemic by tapping on our reserves. Some of these initiatives are the Stabilization and Support Package, the Resilience Package and the Solidarity Package. These initiatives have softened the blows thus far and allowed us to emerge stronger together through the pandemic.
While most companies are aware of the need for continued digitalisation, many still lack the ability to transform their businesses. This is due to the lack of manpower and resources. In fact, 3 in 5 companies shared the same sentiments that digitalisation is necessary to overcome the impact of COVID-19.