Screen, Stage, Entrepreneur
SME Magazine Singapore|Issue 10, 2021
The media industry has risen to prominence during the COVID-19 pandemic, as people stuck at home sought out entertainment.

Businesses too engaged in more media investment to seek new ways to reach out to customers. This week, SME speaks to Kelvin Sng of Kelvin Sng Productions, a film and media production company with a difference.

WHAT DID YOU DO BEFORE FOUNDING KELVIN SNG PRODUCTIONS?

I was a school teacher and a Head of Department for Mother Tongue, overseeing my team of Chinese, Malay and Tamil teachers.

WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO START THIS COMPANY?

I strongly believe in the power of Media and Education in order to make a difference in the world. Coming from an educator’s background and venturing into the film and media industry became a natural progression for me.

Continue reading your story on the app

Continue reading your story in the magazine

MORE STORIES FROM SME MAGAZINE SINGAPOREView All

MAKING 3D WORK IN SPACES

Whether we see a product on social media, in a magazine, or even on TV, chances are that its in 2D. You won’t be able to visualise the product in its entirety.

2 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 14, 2021

WHERE WOULD YOU WORK?

SINGAPORE PLACES AMONG THE TOP 10 GLOBAL WORK DESTINATIONS FOR THE FIRST TIME

3 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 11, 2021

Best Cities In Southeast Asia For Start-Ups

Southeast Asia is a patchwork of different cultures and countries. But the region shares many characteristics across borders that make it such an exciting place to be – high rates of literacy, governments committed to lifting living standards, and hunger for entrepreneurship.

3 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 11, 2021

How Not To Fall Prey To Fake Covid-19 Certs

While the global roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations continues to accelerate, it’s worth remembering that only around 1% of the world’s population have received their full course of injections. But plans are being made internationally to allow those that have been vaccinated or can prove they have had a recent negative test, the freedom to travel to other countries, attend large-scale events, take a new job, and more.

3 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 11, 2021

Is The Customer Always Right?

Is the customer always right?

1 min read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 11, 2021

Salespeople Are Not Mind Readers

We, as most businesses, put a lot of work into making it easy for you to find us when you are in need of our services, and rejoice when you contact us. We are ready to help you – but alas, we are not mind readers.

2 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 14, 2021

Supercharging The Food Manufacturing Sector

About 1,000 food manufacturers and 50,500 workers can take advantage of the Food Manufacturing Industry Digital Plan (IDP) launched by Ms Low Yen Ling, Minister of State for Trade and Industry.

2 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 14, 2021

America's Audacious Plan To Rescue The Economy

Last month, the United States Congress signed off on a US$1.9 trillion pandemic relief plan that will have far-reaching effects on millions of Americans, as well as shake up the world economy.

4 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 14, 2021

Down But Not Out: Can Tourism Make A Comeback?

The tourism sector is used to cyclical downturns. When the economy suffers, the first item that people cut is leisure travel. But 2020 was a downturn like no other. With international travel virtually halted, tourism-related businesses have suffered their worst year on record.

4 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 14, 2021

Integrating The ‘Smart' Into Buildings

As buildings become smarter, the range of subsystems needed to perform its ‘smart’ functions becomes more and more extensive. Increasingly, these are known as ELV (Extra Low Voltage) system technologies.

2 mins read
SME Magazine Singapore
Issue 13, 2021