Muneerah Bee (2015). Printing A Picture Of Progress. HRMASIA.COM (https://issuu.com/hrmasia/docs/hrm_15.08_main_mag_e-zine), SME Spotlight, Issue 15.8.
“Equipping employees with the right skills is one of the ways Asiawide Print Stay relevant in an industry that is often perceived as fading”
(2014, 13 August). Asiawide Print Took Up The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Recycled Rain Water As An Environmentally Friendly Pledge. The Straits Times, Top Of The News.
“Asiawide Print also took up this ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with the support of 25 participants. In order to conserve and not to waste any water supply, Asiawide Print filled up pails of bucket with recycled rain water as an Environmental Friendly Pledge.”
(2014, 03 January). Teambuilding: “Working For Fun”. The Straits Times, Life! Weekend.
“Call it Survivor-meets-The Apprentice: Team Building Edition. After a three hour flight and hour-long ferry ride, you are dropped off on a private island. For three days on a private island near Nha Trang in Vietnam, you do battle with co-workers, using your wits and teamwork in tasks such as building rafts out of bamboo poles and racing through obstacle courses to locate the key that opens a mystery box.”
Joy Wong (2013). Riding Out The Economic Crisis. Pioneer Magazine, Stand With Me.
“We stood together because…we felt that since we were thrown into the crisis together, we should get out of it together.”
Theodore Woon (2013). One For The People. Millionaire Asia, Issue 31, Volume 9.
“Family comes as the topmost priority for Stephanie Fang, CPO of Asiawide Print. She reveals her ambition to create a reputable and admired family business that will take on the world stage”
Hwee Hwee & Cherl Tan (2013). Passionate About Printing. Millionaire Asia, Issue 30, Volume 9.
“As the Chief Business Officer (CBO) of Asiawide Print, Terrence believes in the need to constantly innovate and upgrade to stay ahead of the competition. He invests in new technology regularly; for example, a recent investment was the S$1.6 million Heidelberg printing machine which is the world latest technology in commercial printing. Terrence colloquially refers to this sophisticated machinery as the “Ferrari of printing machines”. ”
Jaslene Pang (2012, March/April). Cleaning Up. The SME Magazine.
“Asiawide Print Holdings does it by printing with soya ink and vegetable oil, and utilising green paper”
Gwendolyn Ng (2012, 14 February). His Future’s In Print. myPaper, Business, A18.
“The self-confessed introvert never imagined he could negotiate deals, let alone lead a business”
Teh Shi Ning (2012, 18 -19 February). Please As Punch With Enhanced PIC Scheme. The Business Times Weekend, Budget 2012.
“ASIAWIDE Print Holdings is one of the poster boys of the government’s new “Way to Go, Singapore!” productivity campaign, so it is no surprise that chief business officer Terrence Hong enthuses about the enhanced Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) scheme.”
Esther Ng (2012, 04 January). New Sectors Identified To Improve Productivity. Today, Singapore.
“By investing S$90,000 in a new folding machine, the company is now able to fold 45,000 pieces an hour instead of 1,800 an hour per worker manually.”
(2012, 04 January). Improving Productivity ‘The Only Way To Boost Wages’. The Straits Times, Prime News, Page A4.
“The management was willing to upgrade and think not in terms of what they’ll do just to survive but in terms of entering new market niches and competing with new, more advanced players – Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister ”
Jason Soon (2011, October). Printing Company With Strong Family Values And Commitment To Sustainability. Today’s Manager, Business Section.
“In the age of digital media it can be hard to tell how printers can have a bright future and its role in preserving the environment. Asiawide Print Holdings has stood on the pillars of family values and environmental responsibility to thrive in Singapore’s competitive print industry”