Audit expert signs up for KL Entrepreneur Startup Bootcamp

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| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 11 March 2016 | Asia Samachar |
Ranjit Singh, Axcelasia Inc. group executive director and president of Gurdwara Sahib Kajang, will be attending the Entrepreneur Startup Bootcamp in Kuala Lumpur
Ranjit Singh, Axcelasia Inc. group executive director and president of Gurdwara Sahib Kajang, will be attending the Entrepreneur Startup Bootcamp in Kuala Lumpur

Ranjit Singh, a top notch Malaysian audit expert and partner in a Singapore-listed firm, has signed up for an entrepreneur bootcamp coming to Kuala Lumpur later this month.

What attracted him to the three-day Entrepreneur Startup Bootcamp, organised by the Coalition of Malaysian Sikh Organisations (CMSO), which starts on 25 March 2016?

“I am interested in top international business school executive programmes in view of the case study approach of learning,” he tells Asia Samacar.

Ranjit, the Gurdwara Sahib Kajang management committee president, is also the group executive director of Axcelasia Inc, a Malaysian incorporated company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.

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The three-day bootcamp will be led by Singapore-based serial entrepreneur Ash Singh and experienced Singapore-based trainer Kirpal Singh Sidhu.

Ash is the man behind The Angel’s Gate, badged as Asia’s first 360 TV platform for entrepreneurs aired prime-time on Singapore’s MediaCorp’s Channel NewsAsia and YouTube.

He is also a visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at the INSEAD Business School. On the Sikh community front, he been conducting entrepreneur bootcamps in Australia, organised by the Sikh Youth Australia (SYA).

Ranjit is not coming alone. He is sponsoring his sister and nephew, both ACCA qualified with five to six years of working experience.

“I believe we need to provide opportunity to the youngsters to experience the learnings of top international business school such as INSEAD.

“I believe the camp will be able to enhance the entrepreneurship, leadership and critical thinking skills of individuals which are important skills required to be a successful entrepreneur,” he said.

Ranjit is encouraging fellow Sikh brothers and sisters not to miss the ‘rare opportunity to learn from the expert facilitators’ like Ash and Kirpal.

 

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