Declaration of Courage Visualisation - courtesy of Tim Hamons.
16 shortlisted teams were announced at the closing of our Young Social Entrepreneurs workshop.
CrystalWorks sharing about their vision at the Declaration of Courage with Ashoka Fellow and Magic Bus founder, Matthew Spacie.
Okra Asia (one of the shortlisted teams) at the business presentation.
EverCreate at Business Clinic with alumni and students from Harvard Business School, INSEAD, NUS MBA.
Music4Fund (one of the shortlisted teams) with judges Elim Chew and Nawal Roy.
The YSE participants also got the chance to exchange insights and experiences with peers to develop their ideas and plans.
The Dorsal Effect (one of the shortlisted teams) with Ms Patsian Low, who conducted a session on Social Impact Assessment.
During the workshop, YSE participants learnt from social and business leaders like Dignity Kitchen Founder and Executive Director Koh Seng Choon.
Over three days, 37 teams involving 76 youths from 10 countries went through a programme of presentations, talks and best practice sharing sessions with industry leaders including Elim Chew, SIF Governor and 77th Street Founder.
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Sixteen teams from eight countries to embark on SIF’s Young Social Entrepreneurs 2013 programme.


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