To promote and Accelerate Junior Entrepreneurship globally as a way to create wealth and social justice, to prepare the world of 2050.
The Action Community for Entrepreneurship (ACE) is a movement that involves both the private and public sectors to create a more entrepreneurial Singapore. ACE works with partners to enhance our pro-enterprise environment; fosters an entrepreneurial culture and mindset; and facilitates networking and learning among entrepreneurs.
For more information, visit www.ace.sg
One of the fastest-growing research universities in the world, NTU is ranked among the world’s top one percent of the world’s universities according to the 2010 QS World University Rankings, and has been cited as a model for science and technology education.
NTU has four colleges, namely:
As Singapore’s main science and technology university, NTU makes key contributions to a national research and innovation drive, particularly in the high-investment areas of biomedical sciences, environmental and water technologies, and interactive and digital media. In 2008, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, one of the world’s largest foundations for entrepreneurship, selected NTU as the first Kauffman campus outside of the US.
For more information, visit www.ntu.edu.sg
One of China’s oldest institutions of higher education, Zhejiang University is a leading national comprehensive and research university with the motto of “Faith of Truth”. Its School of Management is known for the research and business education in entrepreneurship and Innovation.
For more information, visit www.zju.edu.cn
Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province, is the provincial centre in Economy, Culture, Science and Education. It is a famous city in history and culture and also an important national tourist city with the beautify scenery, among them the west lake is the most famous. Hangzhou is the cradle of Wu and Yue Civilization. The Liangzhu culture, the silk, the tea and stories passed down generation by generation made up the profound history and culture of Hangzhou. With a strong leaning towards innovation and new technology, Zhejiang province is considered the hotbed of China’s entrepreneurship. Alibaba, the Internet-based e-commerce giant, Wahaha, the leader in China’s beverage sector and automotive manufacturing company Geely, who bought out Volvo in 2010 all have their roots in the beautiful capital Hangzhou, located just 200 km west of Shanghai.
For more information, visit: http://eng.hangzhou.gov.cn/