Student entrepreneurship has a crucial economic and social impact and new ventures can grow further to provide financial and non-financial value to economies. However, as universities face tighter budgets and limitations on student mobility, support for innovative projects may be under threat. How can institutes of higher learning pivot and continue nurturing student start-ups?

Moderator – Ruth Song, Senior Manager for Innovation & Marketing, Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Panellists – Ana Hol, A. Dean Learning and Teaching, Western Sydney University; Chien Teng Chia, Strategic Projects Officer, Fulbright University Vietnam; Jay Michael Jaboneta, Managing Director, Nexus Innovation Labs, De La Salle University Lipa; Roger Lee, Director, Singapore Institute of Materials Management


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