GEW 2009 Singapore

Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 16–22, 2009, introduces young people around the world to entrepreneurship and encourages them to think of innovation as a vehicle that can take them anywhere.

NUS Enterprise and Action Community for Entrepreneurship (ACE) are proud and excited to jointly host the Global Entrepreneurship Week in Singapore for the second year.

During the Week, we hope to build upon an emerging entrepreneurial movement that was sparked during the first Global Entrepreneurship Week in 2008. To do it, we need you.

Stay tuned for an exciting lineup of activities and events to engage YOU in entrepreneurial aspirations.


 

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Calling all schools

The 2009 Global Innovation Tournament is a fast-paced competition that will challenge students to solve a common, world problem in eight days creating as much value as possible.
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ARE YOU GAME?

Put on your thinking hats and be creative in solving REAL business challenges today.
Look out for APEE Launch on the 14 Sept!

 

 

Speakers Circuit

All that glitter is not Gold.
Successful entrepreneurs are symbols of envy and inspirations for many.
But how many of us wonder and understand the tough roads which entrepreneurs took to reach where they are today?
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YES! Showcase

Ten schools and 10 startups that have tapped on the YES! Schools and the YES! Startups schemes will exhibit their innovative and enterprising products/services at the YES! Showcase which will be held at the opening of The Week. Stay tuned for more details.

 

 


 

Featured Videos

Watch this video to see highlights from Global Entreprepreneurship Week in Mexico, UK, Romania, USA, Malaysia and many more countries.  We're hoping to make Global Entrepreneurship Week 2009 even bigger and better, but we need your help to do it! 

 

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