Join Startup Grind on Wednesday, October 17 at 6pm at The Hangar @ NUS Enterprise for the semi-final pitches of the 'Are you China Ready?' competition as well as a panel discussion on the China market and Greater Bay Area.
If you've never been to a pitch competition and are keen to watch entrepreneurs go through the gauntlet, then you definitely need to make it to Startup Grind on the 17th.
We'll also learn more about the Great Bay Area in China with Representatives from Brinc and Enterprise Singapore.
If the China market is of interest to you, then you won't want to miss out on hearing about the opportunities that exist and also learn about startups that could be moving on from Singapore to the finals of the 'Are you China Ready?' contest in China later this year.
Benajmin Lee is the Senior Development Partner of China Group at Enterprise Singapore. He works on facilitating Singapore companies' entry into the South China market, covering Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Hong Kong and Macau.
Renee Spent her first half of career working with big brands and corporates including Vodafone, P&G, Starbucks, Ford, Wrigley’s, Qoros, Saatchi & Saatchi’s, WPP, Publics Group, etc. She has tried out a couple her startup ideas when just graduated. Later on, she headed up a Sales & Marketing team of 35 people in a Vodafone contracted marketing agency, and stepped into the technology world by joining an award winning mobile agency in China – FabriQate and became the Operations Director there.
Brinc is a global IoT Accelerator that empowers startups in every stage throughout the whole life cycle to help them launch successful businesses. She joined Brinc 4 years ago to work with startups and founders, to make their concepts become ready-to-be shelf products, and to help them to enter new markets. Now she is working with local and international governments and resources closely to forest the local ecosystem for startups and technology innovation and transformation.