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Singlife allies with Aspire to enhance financial accessibility of SMEs

SMEs can access services, including financial software and affordable business insurance.

Singlife, a financial services company, partnered with Aspire to enhance financial service accessibility for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) across the region. 

Through this collaboration, SMEs can conveniently access a wide range of services, including financial software and affordable business insurance.

Both entities said in a press statement that the partnership brings additional benefits to customers, as they will now have access to complementary business-related insurance products. 

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Further, the venture aims to provide value-added services to SMEs, helping them navigate rising inflation while prioritising the well-being of their employees. 

As an incentive, Aspire will offer up to 8% cash back on premiums for successful onboarding. 

Moreover, Aspire's comprehensive financial platform services will be available to Singlife's SME customers, offering new digital solutions to address their evolving financial needs. 

With real-time visibility and control, customers can safeguard and expand their businesses.

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