NUS commits up to S$2.5m to 50 startups

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The Stephen Riady Centre in NUS's UTown. Recipients of the Stephen Riady Young Entrepreneur Scholarship who are keen to start a new business venture can apply for seed funding of up to S$50,000; and in 10 years, the university expects as many as 50 startups to be spawned by these scholars.
OCTOBER 16, 2018 - 4:48 PM

Singapore

THE National University of Singapore (NUS) has pledged to commit up to S$2.5 million to launch 50 startups.

The seed funding will be offered to recipients of the Stephen Riady Young Entrepreneur Scholarship. Upon graduation, scholarship recipients who are keen to start a...

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