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A Guide for the School of Business

About this guide

About

Welcome to our Guide for the School Of Business

This guide is meant to give an overview of the resources available at SUSS Library for the School of Business. Use the left tabs to find eBooks, eJournals, databases, and more.

 

Books

Spotlight on eBooks

Journals

Suggested Journals

Accountancy

Artificial Intelligence for Business 

Business Administration 

Business Analytics 

Digital Marketing 

Financial Technology 

IP and Innovation Management 

Management 

Marketing 

Sustainable Management

Go to the Journals section of SUSS Library to search for other journals. 

Databases

Databases

For the complete list of databases, go to Databases A-Z

NLB eResources 

For additional databases, go to NLB eResources 

Links Beyond SUSS

Links Beyond SUSS

  • Enterprise Singapore: This government agency supports Singaporean businesses through various programs, grants, and resources. Its website offers valuable information on starting and managing a business in Singapore and updates on government schemes and initiatives.
  • Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA): ACRA is Singapore's national regulator of business entities, public accountants, and corporate service providers. Its website provides essential information on business registration, compliance requirements, and business structures.
  • Singapore Business Federation (SBF): SBF is the apex business chamber advocating for the interests of the Singapore business community. They provide resources, networking opportunities, and business advisory services to help businesses grow and expand 
  • Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB): EDB is the lead government agency responsible for planning and executing strategies to enhance Singapore's position as a global business hub. Their website offers insights into key industries, investment opportunities, and initiatives to support business growth.
  • Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA): IMDA promotes the growth of Singapore's infocomm and media sectors. It supports businesses in areas such as digital transformation, technology adoption, and innovation. 
  • SGTech: Formerly known as the Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF), SGTech represents the technology industry in Singapore. They provide resources for professionals with resources, events, and networking opportunities. 
  • Singapore Chambers of Commerce & Industry (SCCI): SCCI serves as a platform for businesses to network, collaborate, and access resources. They offer various services, events, and industry-specific committees to support business growth. 
  • Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS): IPOS is the government agency responsible for the registering and managing intellectual property (IP) rights in Singapore. Their website provides comprehensive information on various aspects of IP, including patents, trademarks, designs, and copyrights. You can find details about registration processes, guidelines, and relevant legislation. 
  • Singapore Copyright Tribunal: The Singapore Copyright Tribunal is responsible for resolving disputes related to copyright licensing and royalties. Their website offers information on the tribunal's functions, procedures, and decisions.
  • Workforce Singapore (WSG): WSG is a statutory board under the Ministry of Manpower that supports Singapore's workforce's development, reskilling, and upskilling and offers programs and resources for businesses, including talent recruitment services, training grants, and manpower-related advice. 
  • Singapore Business Review: SGX Academy offers educational resources and training programs related to investment, trading, and financial management. While primarily focused on finance, their courses often cover essential aspects of business management and corporate finance.
  • SGX (Singapore Exchange) Academy: SGX Academy offers educational resources and training programs related to investment, trading, and financial management. While primarily focused on finance, their courses often cover essential aspects of business management and corporate finance.