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The Eco-system of Entrepreneurship in Asia!

Dear Fellow Students,

People around the world are setting up their own businesses, fuelled by the desire of taking the success of their business into their own hands. If you are one of them, seize this opportunity to join YEA and GSS on this exciting and enriching journey to discover The Eco-system of Entrepreneurship in Asia!

Our guest speaker will be Nicholas Chan, founder and director of Azione Capital Pte Ltd, an Asia-focused early stage investment firm and startup accelerator with 4 successful exits to date. He is also acting CEO of a revolutionary biocide technology IP from Norway.

Nicholas Chan holds a highly-decorated profile which displays his passion and competency in entrepreneurship. He co-founded a consultancy practise in 2005, performed his first 7 M&As, launched a mobile Location Based Service startup and his first venture capital firm in 2006. He acquired a marine technology company in 2007 and co-founded another tech startup in 2008.

He has also been involved in numerous business competitions, including Microsoft Imagine Cup Singapore, NUS BizAsia, NUS Startup@SG, NTU Ideas.INC and Pitching Across America, as a judge or an advisor and is a mentor to many individuals in entrepreneurial ventures.

If you are interested in entrepreneurship and want to learn more about the entrepreneurial environment in Singapore and other south Asian countries, this is the event for YOU!

Sign up now as seats are limited! See you there!

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Date: 29th September 2012, Saturday

Time: 3pm – 5pm

Venue: Global Learning Room UT23-02-12, Level 2, Education Resource Centre, UTown

Dress code: smart causal

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