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Supporting Organisations

Founding Organisation

NUS Entrepreneurship Centre (A Division of NUS Enterprise)

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One of the three central pillars of NUS Enterprise, NUS Entrepreneurship Centre (NEC) is responsible for NUS Enterprise’s drive to provide opportunities for experiential learning of entrepreneurship within the NUS community. NEC’s mission is to promote and support entrepreneurial learning within the NUS community, nurture startups by NUS professors, students and alumni, and conduct research to advance knowledge in the policy and practice of technology venturing in Singapore and beyond.

More information can be found at www.nus.edu.sg/enterprise.


NUS Entrepreneurship Society

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The NUS Entrepreneurship Society (NES) was founded in July 1992 and has since grown to become one of the largest societies in NUS today.

In essence, the society is a hub for entrepreneurship with an abundance of learning and networking opportunities. We regularly feature prominent speakers at our events, bringing our members close to the business community. We aim to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship with our growing network of alumni through the sharing of expertise and knowledge. Recognising the importance of developing internal talents, we also provide internal member training on the basics of business, leadership and other skills.

The society has grown much over the years. Today, the society hosts the most extensive national business plan competitions as well as many other entrepreneurship-related events, overseas exchanges and expeditions.


NUS Business School

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Established in 1965, NUS Business School is known for its focus in providing management thought leadership from an Asian perspective, enabling our students and corporate partners to leverage on the best global knowledge and deep Asian insights to drive business growth in Asia and around the world. The School has consistently received top rankings in the Asia-Pacific region by independent publications and agencies, such as Financial Times, Economist Intelligence Unit, and QS Top MBA, in recognition of the quality of our programmes, our faculty's research and our graduates. We have a top research faculty that is close to practice; more than 2,500 BBA, MBA, Executive MBA, and PhD students; more than 2,000 annual participants in Executive Education programmes; and over 45,000 alumni who are in diverse organisations and positions of leadership throughout the world.

More information can be found at http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/.


NUS Business School Alumni (BSA) Association

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The NUS Business School Alumni (BSA) Association was established to ensure enduring and meaningful connection between the alumni of NUS’ prestigious Business School. Amongst its members, BSA has a number of dedicated alumni who work on a voluntary basis to ensure that the association caters to the needs of the Business School’s more than 20,000 graduates. This diversity in its members enables BSA to serve as a perfect platform for interaction across industries. With the support of its members, BSA currently organizes and supports many business-related events including CEOs, senior managers, entrepreneurs and captains of industries.

More information can be found at www.nusbsa.org.


Global Social Venture Competition

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The Global Social Venture Competition is the largest and longest-running student-led business plan competition providing mentoring, exposure, and prizes for social ventures from around the world. The mission of the GSVC is to catalyze the creation of social ventures, educate future leaders and build awareness of social enterprises. The competition supports the creation of real businesses that bring about positive social change in a sustainable manner.

More information can be found at www.gsvc.org