By Soh Wan Ying

Universities with their knowledge, expertise, infrastructure and resources, can be the perfect breeding ground for aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators. Tertiary students, technically trained and facing lower opportunity cost, are primed to work on new ventures.

NUS strives to provide holistic support and resources to help these…

This story was first published in Issue 030 of Enterprise SPARKS, our quarterly newsletter, here (pages 14–16).

The fashion industry has a sustainability problem. Driven largely by fast fashion cycles that rely on high volumes, ever-changing styles, and cheap fabrics and labour, clothing production has approximately doubled since 2000.[1] But…

THE HANGAR Booster Programme highlights: Customer Discovery

Contributed by Rebecca Tan Li Qi

As an entrepreneur, you may have many questions in your mind.

  • Is the problem I intend to solve a critical one?
  • Is my solution what customers want?
  • Will people want to pay for my product or service?

THE HANGAR Booster Programme highlights: What is Fundraising?

Contributed by Rebecca Tan Li Qi

Funding (or rather sufficient funding) is usually the top priority for start-ups. Even if there is an intention to bootstrap at an earlier stage of growth, raising funds is often required for scaling in the long…

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