(Physical) What does it take to create a tech startup in Singapore? | FoWEE

(Physical) What does it take to create a tech startup in Singapore? | FoWEE

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Harbour Front Public Library, PZ1

1 HarbourFront Walk, VivoCity

#03-05

Singapore, 098585

Singapore

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Learn about what is a tech startup and what it takes to create one in Singapore.

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This programme/event is open to members of the National Library Board, Singapore. Please ensure you have your myLibrary username on hand before proceeding with the registration. If you do not have a myLibrary username, you can create one here: https://account.nlb.gov.sg/.

About the Programme/Event

Starting a tech startup seemed to be in the minds of many today, especially with the many success stories of the tech giants in Singapore and the world. In this session, Chak will explore what is a tech startup and what  it takes to create a tech start up in Singapore. What are the resources available locally as well as what are the skills that one may require to create a tech startup.

This programme is part of NLB’s Future of Work Expert Edition.Visit https://go.gov.sg/fowee2022 to find out more! 

About the Speaker

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Chak Kong Soon

Managing Partner

Stream Global

Chak has been a part of the ICM industry for more than 30 years. His passion in building and nurturing organisations led him to collaborate with his prominent partners to start Stream Global Pte Limited,  a local “ Venture Catalyst”.  Stream Global invests in and partners with entrepreneurs to help them realize their full potential.  Experienced partners in Stream Global act as mentors to these entrepreneurs, providing them with  hands-on business guidance to steer them towards their goals.

Chak is very passionate about developing the skills and professionalism of the ICM industry in Singapore. He contributes by lending his industry experience to serve as a Board Member at Employment and Employability Institute (e2i). Chak is also Chairman of the Academic Advisory Board of Electronic and IT School of Institute of Technical Education and School of Computing, Singapore Polytechnic.

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