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15 Singaporean Companies Win Asia Pacific’s Most Prestigious Awards for Entrepreneurs
Enterprise Asia, the region’s leading non-governmental organisation for entrepreneurship has once again honored business leaders and entrepreneurs at the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2013 in Singapore. Marking its fifth year in awarding outstanding entrepreneurs in Singapore, Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards continues its mission in recognizing exceptional entrepreneurs across Asia.
Fifteen entrepreneurs are named winners this year, including Hotel 81′s founder Choo Chong Ngen and Purple Click’s Leonard Tan, who won the Entrepreneur of the Year and Young Entreprenur of the Year respectively.
Tan Sri Dr. Fong Chan Onn, chairman of Enterprise Asia commented, “The awards are an important agenda in our goal to promote sustainable and responsible entrepreneurship across Asia and the Pacific. By recognizing and advocating these successful entrepreneurs, we hope to send a message to the general public that entrepreneurship is an important element to ensuring economic sustainability”.
Five alumni entrepreneurs from Stanford Graduate School of Business offer key tips for building a great business
Long known as a vibrant environment for aspiring entrepreneurs, Stanford Graduate School of Business (Stanford GSB) immerses its students in the fundamentals of business and innovation — and those fundamentals in turn serve as a springboard for students who decide to pursue their own ventures.
What many of these business founders have in common is a desire to share their practical experiences — inspired by the lessons learned at Stanford — about what it takes to succeed. They are featured in an editorial series called Entrepreneurial Intelligence, in which Stanford GSB alumni share the highs, lows, and key insights they have gleaned along their respective entrepreneurial paths.
Famous venture capital veterans share spotlight in keynote discussion
Venture Atlanta, Georgia’s premiere event connecting technology innovation and investment capital, announced that Dick Kramlich and John Balen, well-known venture capital veterans from Silicon Valley, kick-off this year’s conference at the Georgia Aquarium. Kramlich and Balen will reflect on the industry’s evolution and share their experiences in a joint keynote moderated by Jeffrey Leavitt, partner at DLA Piper, a global law firm and long-time conference sponsor.
“The VC industry is constantly changing,” said Leavitt, who works exclusively with emerging growth companies and technology businesses. “The VC investors who are consistently successful through multiple decades and economic cycles – like John and Dick – are those who can predict change and act on those predictions ahead of the crowd. Over the years, both of these investors have helped shape how entrepreneurs seek, structure and deploy capital. I’m excited for the Atlanta startup and venture community to gain from their perspective, hear their war stories and learn about the best practices they’ve pioneered during their tenures as top VC investors.”