Entrepreneurship

Durian feast at entrepreneurship expo – Borneo Bulletin Online

|     Azlan Othman     | THE Youth Entreprenuership Expo 2017 – organised by Star Bugs Event Management – was further enlivened yesterday with a durian buffet held at the surrounding areas of the Indoor Stadium in Berakas. The durian feast has been a huge hit, attracting up to 1,000 “King of Fruits” lovers to the expo, with the durians ...

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Commentary: Helping start-ups and entrepreneurs, the ‘new heroes’ of Singapore, succeed

SINGAPORE: “If a masochist is someone who loves pain, what do you call someone who loves huge amounts of pain?”  This is a frequent ice-breaker question I pose to my entrepreneurship class at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Usually some brave student would venture an answer: “An entrepreneur?” “Why?”  “Because entrepreneurs are supposed to have a tough life filled ...

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NITI Aayog | NITI Aayog to host Global Entrepreneurship Summit

NITI Aayog has invited applications from entrepreneurs across India to participate in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, 2017, said a government release. NITI Aayog, in partnership with the Government of the United States of America, is hosting the eighth annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit from November 28-30, 2017. The event, to be held in Hyderabad, will be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra ...

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Sheraa Partners With Khalifa Fund to Bring Pitch@Palace Competition to the UAE

The Pitch@Palace UAE competition was divided into 2 stages with the first one ‘On Tour Abu Dhabi’ taking place on September 10th, 2017 at Khalifa University. Sheraa partnered with the Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development to bring the international competition Pitch@Palace to the UAE to support a growing talent pool of young innovators who are trying to make their mark ...

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How corporate intrapreneurship can help entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship communities are booming across the world. From 15 to 50, people in all age groups are generating the brightest ideas and are not afraid in the slightest to launch their own ventures. No wonder, then, that globally, more than 100 million startups are launched every year (three startups every second!). While the roots of entrepreneurship will continue to go ...

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Entrepreneurship in China: strong or dispirited? | This Week In Asia

With the opening of a key Communist Party congress to present China’s new leadership for the next five years less than one month away, the country’s propaganda machine is in overdrive with blanket coverage on national television, print media and internet praising President Xi Jinping’s wisdom, leadership and the resulting achievements. No fulsome adjective is spared, with superlatives such as ...

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Joe Malcoun, 39 – Crain’s Detroit Business

September 29, 2017 Updated CEO, Nutshell Inc. Joe Malcoun is a driving force of entrepreneurship in Ann Arbor. He has been an angel investor in a handful of growing tech companies. He leads a fast-growing software company in the hot IT space of customer-relationship management. And he and his partners are creating a tech/startup hub in the city’s ...

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The rewards of promoting Indian culinary entrepreneurship

Annam vai Brahma annam vai rasah’ Food is the Supreme Cosmic Reality Food embodies our culture, communities, traditions, social hierarchies and ultimately represents a significant aspect of our identity. Design and innovation of traditional recipes for modern Indian dining is growing in popularity, globally as well as domestically. What India needs to leverage on is culinary tourism. As per the ...

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Empowering Women for Entrepreneurial Pursuit

A local market… a chunk of this informal sector is not captured in the tax net BY Olaseni Durojaiye The world over, the climb to the top through entrepreneurial pursuit can be tough for anyone, but it is even tougher for women. There are hurdles that make the journey to the top especially challenging for women, even in the most ...

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