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SIM To Invest $50m To Support Entrepreneurship

SIM to invest $50m to support entrepreneurship

The Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) is investing $50 million to support the development of future entrepreneurs. It will adopt a multi-pronged approach to eventually include initiatives to facilitate business start-ups, help small businesses scale up as well as fund promising ventures.

To kick-start this entrepreneurship initiative, SIM has launched Platform E, a comprehensive ecosystem that provides all the essential support for start-ups. What sets it apart is its focus on nurturing both the aspiring entrepreneurs and their ideas.

Platform E integrates entrepreneur training, idea incubation and acceleration of start-ups within a co-working space offering professional corporate services and a wide network of coaches, mentors, peers and investors. In short, Platform E is a one-stop platform that enables the entrepreneur to start with an idea and graduate with a business.

For more information, visit Platform E's Website and Facebook

Article extracted from sim.edu.sg - 07 December 2016