SME Diaries: How a halal food firm found expansion opportunities in a pandemic

Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which form 99 per cent of businesses in Singapore, have felt the impact of Covid-19 keenly. TODAY’s Voices section is publishing first-hand accounts from SME owners and managers on the highs and lows of running a business in the pandemic.

In this instalment, Mr Hasan Abdul Rahman, managing director of halal food firm Pondok Abang, describes how…

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