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NICF- Technopreneurship

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Description

If you possess a strong interest in setting up high-growth technology-based ventures; this course will equip you with the right set of skills, attitudes and knowledge to get you started.

The Technopreneurship course will provide you with a hands-on introduction to the venture management through a mix of experiential learning, skill building and most importantly, mindset shift. This fast-paced programme follows a structure that covers the major elements of start-up or entrepreneurship activity, focusing on key challenges faced in starting a venture.

This course is part of the Digital Innovation & Design Series offered by NUS-ISS.

Key Takeaways

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand entrepreneurship and innovation
  • Develop entrepreneurial drive by raising your awareness and motivation
  • Develop entrepreneurial ability to identify and exploit opportunities
  • Set up a business and manage its growth

What Will Be Covered

  • Entrepreneurship, new ideas, and opportunities identification
  • Competitive strategy for Technopreneurs
  • Intellectual property considerations
  • Venture financing
  • New venture opportunities from service innovation, new media, global Internet
  • Power negotiations
  • Value-based selling
  • Design of business plan

Format

Lectures, case studies and workshops

Who should attend

Anyone who has a strong interest in how technology can transform lives and create business and society value

Experts

Hugh Mason is an entrepreneur, mentor and investor. Born in the UK, he is now a Singapore Permanent Resident. In 2010, Hugh co-founded JFDI.Asia, a venture partner that shares risk and reward with large companies and individual entrepreneurs to create new digital businesses in Asia. JFDI has sin...

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