FEB 2017
 



RED HOT
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NEW FUNDING SUPPORT
FOR SOCIAL VENTURES

 

VentureForGood (Youth) is an initiative to encourage the development and implementation of social ventures by youths, to address social needs in Singapore. Open to new and existing social enterprises by youths (aged 18-35 years), the grant will cover up to 80% of capital and first year operating expenses, for up to a total of $20,000. Social Enterprises such as Society Staples, co-founded by 23-year old Debra Lam to encourage a more inclusive society, helps to create sustainable and scalable impact to society.

 

Learn more about VentureForGood (Youth)

 
Read about Debra Lam

 

 

ENTERPRISE TRAILBLAZERS
   
 

NUS 3D Printing Centre

Managed by the NUS Industry Liaison Office, the NUS 3D Printing Centre is focused on 3D printing applications in healthcare, to improve patient outcomes through innovative 3D printed products and processes.

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Valentine’s Day Feature.

With Valentine’s Day round the corner, find out how these start-ups can bring your romance to full bloom, from getting the best gifts and flowers to finding the perfect restaurant for a candlelight dinner!
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FLASH FORWARD TO THESE EVENTS

8

FEB

 
NOC - Spotlight on China
Scale Up Singapore: Ike Lee

8

FEB

 
Brunch With Microsoft
ASK NOC @ Central Library for SDE, FASS, FoS and BIZ

15

FEB

 
N-House: Wicked Wednesday - Design Thinking Workshop
ASK NOC @ Central Library for SoC and FoE
 
1 Feb N-House: Wicked
Wednesdays - Wicked Hack
4 Feb NUS Edtech Challenge
 

 
 
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