Epoint Systems | 18 August 2022

Celebrate Mid Autumn Festival 2022!


Cracking your head on where to celebrate Mid Autumn Festival with your family this year especially with most restrictions lifted? Thinking of a picnic in the evening, light up lanterns with the kids, or just a family gathering to share the joy of mooncakes and reunion?


We’ve got some ideas to share with you!

  1. Picnic at Marina Barrage
    Put down a picnic mat, grab some takeaway food and drinks, get some lanterns and you’re all set for a great time. Have a nice gathering in the scenic Marina Barrage, set up and watch the scenic sunset followed by the lighting of lanterns. Pass around the moonacakes and busk in the festivities under the bright full moon. But please becareful of rogue lanterns and keep the place un-alighted.
  2. Gardens by the Bay
    Walk through the beautiful Reunion-themed Mid Autumn Festival at Gardens by the Bay. Get the little ones to experience a tradition like no other, walk around with electric lanterns and join in the fun with everyone else!
  3. Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
    The upcoming Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival Lantern Installation: Celestial Bodies pays tribute to this with an outdoor installation that will feature spherical lanterns. Displayed on the lawn of the Memorial Hall, spot the Moon, Earth, Sun, Saturn and Mercury lanterns that have been made by Taiwan’s Kai 3D Art Studio in collaboration with Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall. Symbolising the union of family and friends, the installation represents the collective wish of Singaporeans to reunite with their loved ones as COVID-19 restrictions are finally eased.
  4. Chinatown
    Chinatown will be unveiling a brand new street light display and you can be a part of the official light-up and opening ceremony. Bringing together everyone to soak in the festive spirit, this Mid-Autumn Festival event is the perfect opportunity to catch a front-row view of the beautiful lights on display. Entry is free but you need to register for a ticket (more details to come).
  5. Moonfest at Esplanade
    Filled with activities to cater to families, paper lantern making workshops, there are tons of activities that everyone in the family can participate in, there is plenty to do at Moonfest – A Mid-Autumn Celebration!

Know of any better ideas to celebrate the festival?

Let us know and share the joy of celebration around!

Epoint Systems | 28 July 2022

Singapore’s core inflation rises to 4.4% in June, highest since November 2008


Singapore’s core inflation in June hit its highest level since November 2008, with stronger price increases across most categories such as services, food, retail, as well as electricity and gas.

Core inflation, which excludes accommodation and private transport costs, came in at 4.4 per cent year-on-year in June, up from 3.6 per cent in May, official data released on Monday (Jul 25) showed.



Food inflation hit 5.4 per cent in June compared to 4.5 per cent in May as a result of larger increases in the prices of both food services and non-cooked food, said the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) in a joint media release.


Inflation for retail and other goods also picked up, coming in at 3.1 per cent in June from 1.8 per cent in May, as the cost of medicines and health products rose, and the price of clothing and footwear recorded a steeper increase.


Electricity and gas prices edged up, with inflation at 20 per cent in June compared to 19.9 per cent in May as the average prices of electricity plans offered by Open Electricity Market (OEM) retailers rose at a faster pace, said MAS and MTI.


On the domestic front, the labour market remains tight and wage growth is expected to be strong.


“Amid firm consumer spending, businesses are likely to pass on the increases in the prices of fuel, utilities, and other imported inputs, as well as labour costs, to consumer prices. Hence, inflationary pressures will remain elevated in the months ahead,” MAS and MTI said.


What does this signal for us?


For the full article, head to https://www.channelnewsasia.com/business/singapore-core-inflation-june-2022-44-cent-2833491.

Epoint Systems | 08 June 2022

The Food Services industry in Singapore contributes 0.8 per cent to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and comprises 4.5 per cent of the nation’s workforce. A highly competitive market, with more than 7,200 establishments in five sub-industries,such as restaurants, fast food, cafes, coffee shops, and pubs.(courtesy of https://www.myskillsfuture.gov.sg/)


Similarly in our industry, it is highly competitive to grab a share of the pie. But what sets us apart in such an intense and fast industry? We believe that hard work alone is not enough, more than that we need compassion.


Compassion for business owners, through thick and thin.


To understand one another and their problems.


Only through understanding one another can we achieve a well-balanced work relationship.


Every business has their needs, and so do we.


We aspire to connect and forge better relations together.


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Epoint Systems | 01 June 2022

Customers have been asking for our PSG Package and now, we deliver!
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Packages this round are catered slightly more towards the F&B industry especially in this recovery phase,
we understand that businesses have been struggling for the past 2 year.

We feel you, and we see you as well, which is why we are making the relevant changes to cater to you.

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