Global Indian International School maiden entrepreneur bootcamp in Singapore

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| Singapore | 11 April 2017 | Asia Samachar |
Ash Singh (right) with GIIS Team Ace Spec Ops which created the robotics and software solutions for construction – PHOTO / GIIS

Some two dozen students from Global Indian International School (GIIS) Singapore pitched their ideas to potential investors a three-day entrepreneurship boot camp for students from classes 9-12.

The school’s maiden programme on 10 April was conducted by Ash Singh, a visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at the INSEAD Business School and managing partner of Nest Singapore.

The initiative was part of the school’s Global Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (GCIE).

Last year, Ash had facilitated a three-day Entrepreneur Startup Bootcamp organised by the Coalition of Malaysian Sikh Organisations (CMSO) in Kuala Lumpur. He has also ben running such camps in Australia organised by the Sikh Youth Australia (SYA).

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.

 

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