A letter of appreciation from Toshinori Yoshioka, on behalf of the GEC Team Japan 2011. He is in the centre of the group, wearing glasses. Dear Dr Ben Chan, First I would like to thank you for all the things you’ve done to make this GEC to happen. On behalf of the Japanese team, I would like to show our deepest appreciation. Through this Global Enterprise Challenge, we`ve experienced a lot. Not only from GEC but from you too. I was very interested to your story that you’ve told us on the bus. History of Singapore, about the port, about the skyscrapers, and relationship between Japan and Singapore.I also enjoyed the jokes from you too. We were deeply impressed by your cordial hospitality from this too. Dr Ben’s generous and warm hearted hospitality really helped us to feel comfortable and also helped us breaking the ice. I enjoyed this competition and through this competition I have learnt about importance of cooperation between others. Not only with team mates but with every people too. Including Staffs, Mentors and other.I’ve also strongly … Continue reading
We had real great fun and genuine fellowship at the Singapore hub during the Global Enterprise Challenge 2011. Thanks to the participants and mentors from Teams Singapore, Indonesia, China and Japan. See you in GEC 2012!
On April 12th 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space. To commemorate this momentus event in human history, the international space community has launched an international competition for schools. Your challenge today is to conceptualise and design an interactive exhibit for display in science museums around the world, celebrating 50 years of human spaceflight, and looking ahead to the next 50. Estimate what it will cost to develop your exhibit, and produce a business plan to recover the cost of creating and maintaining the exhibit. Good Luck to all Teams!
In 2011, Science Centre Singapore and Young Entrepreneur Centre welcomes participants from around the world to join us in competing in the GEC together. It is also a chance for participants from many countries to interact and build networks. Singapore Hub Information Program Outline 17 June – Arrival of Participating Teams 18 June – Challenge issued 19 June – Submission of Challenge 20 June – Local Event & End of Singapore Hub Events. Accommodation Participants will be staying at City Beach Resort. Address: 8 Port Road, Singapore 117540, Singapore (Map) Tel: +65 62730030 Fees The participating fee is US$100 per participant and per mentor accompanying the team. The fees cover accommodation, transportation and meals throughout the event. Contact email@example.com
The Global Enterprise Challenge is organised globally by the ABW Enterprise Education from Australia. This year, the global event is sponsored by; In Singapore, the Asia hub is jointly organised by the Science Centre Singapore and Young Entrepreneur Centre;
Congrats to Team Singapore 01 for winning the Second place (Tie with Team Philippines) at the ASEC 2011 Regionals. Well done!