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Plug-In@Blk71 is a joint initiative by NUS Enterprise, MDA [IDMPO] and SingTel Innov8 to aggregate a cluster of entrepreneurs for the purpose of creating a collaborative and synergistic community. With 4 elements (the institutions, industry experts, funding as well as the government body) in close relation to the space, we hope to help bridge the gaps and close the loop in establishing successful start-ups.
We hold regular start-up events, hackathons, seminars and workshops at our space. On top of that, we have a co-working space for entrepreneurs to validate their ideas - just one sliding door away! :)
Check us out at www.blk71.com !
Garag3 is an initiative by NUS Enteprise to help entrepreneurs and start-ups validate their ideas and guide them along their runway to take-off!
Situated on campus (NUS) and in close proximity to our incubation rooms at PGP – where we house most of our funded start-ups, entrepreneurs in the Garag3 validation space are able to enjoy the best of both their schooling and start-up world!
The Founder Institute is a global network of startups and mentors that helps entrepreneurs launch meaningful and enduring technology companies. Through our four month idea-stage incubator program, you can launch your dream company with expert training, feedback, and support from experienced startup CEOs, while not being required to quit your day job. Our unique Bonus Pool also shares equity upside with all participants, creating local, teamwork-based ecosystems where great startups can flourish.
The Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI.Asia) is a privately-owned, for-profit innovation company based in Singapore. We connect people, communities and cash to turn ideas into sustainable, valuable businesses.
Founded in February 2006, E27 is a media organization focused on the Asian technology startup industry. We are devoted towards Silicon Valley-style, community-driven advocacy of technology innovation in Asia. We combine our online media with offline events to influence, discover and evangelize upcoming technology innovations from the startup communities around Asia
June 16-17, 2011
BANSEA was established in 2001 by a group of Singapore-based angel investors.
BANSEA has network connections to angel groups in China, India, Malaysia and Thailand, as well as close links to groups in Europe and the US. Our members have investment experience spanning multiple sectors and a track record in building successful companies.
BANSEA organises 10–12 events in a year for our members to meet and listen to short pitches by start-ups shortlisted by our Screening Committee.
27 Apr 11 - 28 Apr 11