March 27, 2008

Entrepreneurship in Asia and Europe - an ASES Singapore Event

The enterprising folks (Penny, VP of ASES from Singapore - I'm impressed at the high motivation approach to get me to blog about this :) ) at ASES got in touch with me about this event that might be interesting to a lot of people in Singapore, including INSEADers. I'm happy to help -- here are the details. Please don't email me asking for any information, just get in touch directly with ASES Singapore ( / )

Join us in the mixer event, brought to you by ASES Singapore, supported by INSEAD Entrepreneurship Club, NUS MBA Club and NUS Graduate Students' Society!
Entrepreneurship in Asia & Europe
(Panel Discussion & Networking Session)
Europe has a long history in developing advance technologies, particularly in green energy technology, telecommunications and chemical technology. As Asia is growing, the need for such technologies escalates to accommodate the improving Asian living standards.

Together with venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, graduate students, and MBAs from INSEAD, NUS and NTU, come learn from the entrepreneurial scenes across continents. Come network with an audience of Asian and European backgrounds, it will be thrilling explore the opportunities which lie within.

Date: 4th April, 2008 (Friday)
Time: 7.30pm-9.30pm (Registration starts at 7pm)
Venue: Munchie Monkey, Yusof Ishak House, NUS (Map)
Fee: SGD 10 (Dessert and free flow drinks will be provided)
Limited seats available.
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Panel Discussion
Prof. Desai Narasimhalu, Chairman, SMU Business Innovation Generator

Mr. Camelo Pistorio, Founder, Upstream Ventures
Ms. Doris Yee, General Partner, iGlobe Partners
Mr. Jean-Fabrice Cope, Vice-President, INSEAD Entrepreneurship Club

To find out more about the speakers, click!

ASES Singapore

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