E50 – The Dream To Create The Next Big Thing That Could Change The World

E50 – The Dream To Create The Next Big Thing That Could Change The World

Elixir Technology was awarded the E50 awards in 2016, recognizing the fifty most enterprising privately-owned local companies in Singapore in 2016.

Many would have come to known Elixir Technology as a SME providing smart solutions to enhance efficiency and effectiveness. However, we did not start out as that. Our company started out with a team of less than 10 people that specialises in IT training and consulting. Unlike many others start ups, Elixir had a hard time getting funding from people as we did not have a proper office.

Along the way, we are faced with challenges that stalled our growth but that did not stop us from trying to achieve our dream. We were able to adapt to the changes and diversify our business.

Despite the lack of resources and challenging journey, we still manage to survive and thrive with our determination and perseverance. I believe that in time to come, Elixir Technology will be able to overcome many more other obstacles and make a difference to the world.

About The Enterprise 50

The Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards, first established in 1995, recognises local, privately-owned companies who have contributed to economic development in Singapore and abroad. It is jointly organised by The Business Times and KPMG, and supported by the International Enterprise Singapore, Singapore Business Federation, Singapore Exchange and SPRING Singapore. The E50 Awards is sponsored by OCBC Bank. Year after year, new E50 companies top the headlines with extensive media coverage in The Business Times and other media. With valuable endorsement and a mark of recognition, E50 companies are the ones to watch in the business community. The E50 Awards seeks to recognise the fifty most enterprising privately-owned local companies in Singapore. The ranking of the top fifty companies will be primarily on a weighted-average computation of a set of performance indicators over a three-year period, in addition, qualitative factors such as business model, productivity and innovation, management ideals and governance, knowledge initiatives, market branding and presence, and liquidity and risk management will be taken into consideration in ranking the companies.