Staff costs can take up as much as 90% of typical business operating costs. Designing and running your business in a highly efficient workspace with appropriate technology integration and corporate culture can certainly improve collaboration, effectiveness, efficiency and staff retention, thus, reducing staff costs.
Source: World Green Building Council
We actually have a lot more amazing step records to show. They were all for Step for a Cause Challenge organized by Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) for year 2019!
Have you ever wonder the complex process involves while we are walking? Often, we move about freely everyday without realizing that our body requires well coordination of nerves, muscles, bones and join in order to achieve this sophisticated motion which we always take it for granted. For some people, being able to walk about doesn’t come so naturally and easy. This is the reason why everyone in Klique Design steps forward together for this challenge.
Cerebral palsy is a permanent lifelong condition caused by damage to the developing brain. Individuals may face challenges in learning, communicating and daily living due to the problems with sensation, vision, hearing, swallowing, thinking and reasoning. Continue reading “CPAS Step for a Cause”
Nothing can make us feel better than supporting our client through action after their opening. The Herbal Bar, restaurant which prepares soups, desserts and beverages from reliable ingredients (from the scratch) and whole foods, demonstrates their commitment to be a socially responsible business entity with the foods they serve. Their recipes were designed by the founder’s mother, who is also a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioner with over 40 years of experience in holistic healthcare. We definitely enjoyed the foods with distinctive taste of home and served with sincerity. Click here to visit their website.
It was an honor to be part of Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) Charity Dinner 2019. In their every effort put in to raise awareness about the challenges faced by their cerebral palsy clients and care givers, it helps us to better understand and empathize with their situation.
For the future years to come, we hope to have more opportunities to create a conducive and functional space with assistive technology integration to improve the well-being and ease the burden of every stakeholder.
Our Managing Director’s recent visit to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the most populous city of the country once known as the “Pearl of Asia”.
PhnomPenh is Cambodia economic centre and in recent years the property development sector has been booming especially for the commercial projects.
While exploring new business opportunities, connecting with the local people and visiting their Business Network International (BNI) chapter, enjoying their very local culinary delights was one of our must-do agendas wherever we went.