Over the past decade, universities have started entrepreneurship classes across their institutions. As our world gets more complex and the need for future-ready graduates becomes even more pressing, how can universities amp up their programmes? In a university setting, how could the faculty support students in their start-up venture? What are the resources that universities should have in place for entrepreneurship experiments to happen?

Moderator – Chris Petersilge, Ecosystem Evangelist – iAccelerate, University of Wollongong
Panellists – Benson Ong, Senior Lecturer Specialist (Innovation & Enterprise), Nanyang Polytechnic; Ellen Goel, Head of Entrepreneurship Programme and Associate Faculty, Singapore University of Social Sciences; Karen Lau, Head of iLabs Foundry, Sunway University Malaysia

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