This year, Korea joined in the ASEC with over 300 students participating. Team Grandizer emerged as the champion! (Link) Our business has mainly two objectives: creating profit and protecting the environment through recycling paper in a more effective and efficient way. Our Inside Business is collecting used paper from corporations and households and then selling the gathered paper to existing recycling enterprises, demonstrating firsthand the preservation of the environment and CSR. The Outside Business is the advertisement for partner corporations. We will establish contracts with corporations that participate in our business to advertise the corporations, simultaneously establish contracts with individuals/households to distribute “Green Cards” in return for used paper. “Green Card” is to accumulate mileage for the amount of used paper the households give to us and to give benefits from the partner corporations’ service and products. Through this, corporations gain a lot more targeted consumers.
With over 80 kids, ASEC Indonesia was a great success in 2010. Participants from Singapore and Indonesia also had a chance to talk andf interact through teleconferencing.
Congratulations to all our winners and participants. In the words of the judges, all of you are winners! Winner: Team HEMERYX First Runner Up: Team TWELVE BASKETS Second Runner Up: Team PFLIQ Innovation: Team BARCOL-AIR The winning team will represent Singapore in the Global Enterprise Challenge 2010 in Bali Indonesia. Good job mentors on your team’s achievements.
Presentations by the Students Team Science Centre View more presentations from GEC. Team GT Tire View more presentations from GEC. Team Barcol-Air View more presentations from GEC. Team Pfliq View more presentations from GEC. Team Metagenes View more presentations from GEC. Team Hemeryx View more presentations from GEC. Team Genewired View more presentations from GEC. Team Twelve Baskets View more presentations from GEC.
The judges for the Singapore ASEC 2010 are; NS Somashekhar Mr NS Somashekhar is a seasoned Investment Principal and strategist for B2B (business-to-business) and G2G (government-to-government) partnerships & New ventures. He is an information communication industry professional with more then 18 years of diverse leadership experience in promoting entrepreneurship and nurturing companies by providing investments and grants for ICT companies in Singapore. He managed the Internationalization & Industry Development Group at iDA (Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore) which is under MICA (Ministry of Information, Communication and The Arts). Government of Singapore. Currently, managing Group Corporate Marketing at Singapore Technologies Electronics. Mr Soma is an exceptionally skilled communicator, adept at establishing and maintaining networks with top-level executives and providing key advice to industry leaders. He has a record of successes in broadband and digital media, e-governance, and public & private business partnerships & advice budding entrepreneurs at INSEAD Singapore. Mr Soma has an MS in Computer Applications and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management (MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership) and took programs at Harvard Business … Continue reading
The Challenge According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization some 13 million hectares of the world’s forests are lost every year, including 6 million hectares of primary forests. Primary forests — forests with no visible signs of past or present human activities — are considered the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet. Besides wiping out biodiversity, deforestation contributes about 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The main causes of deforestation include cutting timber to construct houses and furniture, and make paper. Your challenge today is to design a product or process that will significantly reduce the use of timber in one or more of these areas: housing construction; furniture; or paper. You will need to create a business plan for your product, and a 3-D model to be shown to potential investors. In addition, your design will also need to educate the public – especially young people — about the benefits of your product. Therefore, your 3-D model will later be donated to the local science museum as an exhibit, helping children learn how your product or process contributes … Continue reading
Global Enterprise Challenge 2010 is going hot as for the first time the mission control is located in South East Asia. As the winner of last yearʼs competition, Indonesia is taking the honor to host this prestigious entrepreneurship youth competition and the beautiful island of Bali is chosen to be the place where the GEC 2010 challenge will be broadcasted to all over the world. Global Enterprise Challenge 2010 will kick off on Sunday June 13 when we are expecting some participating countries to arrive in Bali on that day and we are having an exciting welcoming program for everyone to get to know each other and have lots of fun. The venue for GEC 2010 is Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana Resort (www.pullmanbalilegiannirwana.com) and this brand new resort is looking forward to embrace GEC participants with its luxury facilities. The GEC 2010 program itself is as follows: We are excited to get connected with you very soon and for those of you who are still interested to come to Bali, we would like to inform you that accommodations and full … Continue reading
Grab the latest news and instructions here! Real Time Updates on Twitter | Participants Information 30 May 2010 | Congrats tot he winners of ASEC 2010 Singapore (Link) 30 May 2010 | A sample of the business plan and presentation from one of the teams at ASEC 2009 (Bplan) (PPT) 30 May 2010 | What is an elevator pitch? 30 May 2010 | Deadlines! Presentations start at 4pm. Group order will be out soon. Remember to email your powerpoints and business plans by 3.30pm to organisers @gec-singapore.com. You will receive a confirmation of your submission. All the best! 29 May 2010 | The Judges (Link) 29 May 2010 | The Challenge According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization some 13 million hectares of the world’s forests are lost every year, including 6 million hectares of primary forests. Primary forests — forests with no visible signs of past or present human activities — are considered the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet. Besides wiping out biodiversity, deforestation contributes about 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The main causes of … Continue reading
Congratulations on being a participant at ASEC 2010. Here are some important information Date: 29 & 30 May 2010 Time: Please turn up at the venue for registration at 8.30am on 29th May 2010 Venue: Singapore Science Centre (Visitor Details) (MAP) (Directions) Please bring along the following items; Laptop Stationary $10+ for prototype materials Most meals will be provided. Participants Information Pack (PDF) If you have any questions, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call 85223170 (Dr Erwin Chan)