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Computer Repair in Singapore

Postby nick500 » Tue, 12 Dec 2006 10:45 pm

I currently run a small IT Support and Networking business here in the UK (see nickrichards.co.uk), I may be interested in moving to Singapore if the demand was great enough for it.

There are a lot of technical people in Singapore, ex-pat or otherwise, do you think there is an open market for this sort of thing still?

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Postby preddy25 » Sat, 06 Jan 2007 10:10 am

Hi nick ,

Me and my partners are running a small firm running S.I business , system intergration , hardware & software , email hosting and some other misc forms of I.T service.

There is still market potential in this sector but it will be tough because you ll really need a pool of talented pple to invest into this particular business. But you have to go for the small fishes (SMEs) if you really wanna start into this business because most of the big projects (gover.tenders) are handled by big co like NCS.

But you just got to be different in either new product or service :)

Good luck to your new endeavours!

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Postby AdamC » Fri, 12 Jan 2007 8:04 am

hmm.. too competitive... I think concentrating on making it bigger in UK is a better options. The pool & the currency :D


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