Flint & Battery opens its doors

Posted on Aug 29, 2011

Flint & Battery opens its doors



Flint & Battery LLC opens its doors in August 2011 in Singapore. Singapore has an open business environment with relatively transparent, stable prices and low tax rates compared with other developed economies and one of the highest per-capital gross domestic products in the world. Exports including electronics, chemicals and services provide the main revenue for the economy. Singapore also has one of the five busiest ports in the world, with comparables Rotterdam and Hong Kong. Singapore is the world’s fourth leading financial centre, the world’s second biggest casino gambling market, the world’s top three oil refining centre and the world’s largest oil rig producing nation and major ship repairing nation. Singapore is home to more US dollar millionaire households per capita than any other country. The World Bank rates Singapore as the easiest place in the world to do business. Singapore is also the world’s fourth largest foreign-exchange trading centre behind New York, London and Tokyo.

Singapore is strategically located at the centre of the major growing markets of China, India and emerging economies of Asia. Singapore offers opportunities for markets, technologies and business growth. Coupled with a favourable business environment and well developed market connectivity, infrastructure and workforce, Singapore is an ideal location for any multinational-footprint business seeking entry into the Asia market.

Director and Founder of Flint & Battery LLC invites its clients to join in on this journey. “In the recent history we have seen the global economy recover from the dot.com pile-up, enter into and survive a credit crisis, the US enter into a phase of a difficult domestic economy, the Euro zone run against headwinds,” says Winston Wong. “Amidst this were September 11, SARS outbreak in Asia and the mega-earthquake off the east coast of Japan each left indelible marks in global and regional history. Despite this, global economy will no doubt regain its feet stronger than before.”