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Win US$60,000 & more in the Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition for Students

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University, College, and Polytechnic undergraduates from around the world are invited to enter for the Eight edition of the Biannual Lee Kuan Yew Global Business plan competition for a chance to win up to $60, 000 in prize money and more benefits.

The competition organized in honour of Revolutionary Singapore Prime Minister is organized by The Singapore Management University (SMU) Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

Value

Up to US$60,000 in cash, prizes as well as business development and networking opportunities are available for winners.
Overseas finalists will receive 5-night hotel stay in Singapore for 2 core team members.

Eligibility
University undergraduates, college and polytechnic students (participants who are university undergraduates, college or polytechnic students during the period of 1st January 2015 – 20 August 2015 are eligible to participate).

Application
Interested applicats are required to:

  • Form a team. Participants can be in teams of minimum 1 person to a maximum of 5 persons (excluding faculty supervisor). Teams can be made up of a team leader and up to 4 team members. Each individual member may be a part of only one team. In the event members are part of more than one team, all such teams will be disqualified.
  • Submit proposals before January 31st, 2015 for the Preliminary Round. Registration and business plan summaries are to be submitted online through this link. 20 teams will be selected and advance to the Semi-Final Round.

Deadline
31st January, 2015.

For additional information, kindly visit the Lee Kuan Yew Global Students Business Plan Competition Website

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