Kick Start Your Business Idea with IDEAs 2010!

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Do you have what it takes to successfully run a business? If you were CEO of a large corporation, could you pick the right strategies that make money and save the environment at the same time? If you’re an undergraduate, regardless any discipline you are pursuing, we challenge you to create social impact!

Get yourselves into a group of 3-5 and starting pitching your business idea that would bring positive social impact to the society! Make the world a better place to live through your innovations and entrepreneurial skills while standing a chance to win amazing prizes today while! More than RM 1000 worth of cash prizes and RM 750 worth ticket to DIODE Camp by Leaderonomics awaits you!

Submit your business plan to [email protected] by 11th October 2010 and present your idea to the panel of brilliant judges on IDEAs 2010 Social Entrepreneur Business Conference!

IDEAs 2010 Social Entrepreneur Business Conference Details

  • Date: 16th October 2010
  • Venue: Dewan Jamuan, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai, Johor
  • Fee: RM 20 per person

We will be having great speakers and judges with brilliant minds such as Susan Choo, The Executive Director of BNI Malaysia, a business networking coach, trainer and franchise owner who has burning desire to leave a legacy by making a positive difference in other people’s lives; representatives from Leaderonomics, a social enterprise dedicated to the pursuit of talent and leadership development by offering full range of learning, consulting and partnering solutions; and Law Chu Hian, former Chinese News anchor for NTV7, who will be sharing with you on the trend of tomorrow, social responsibility and the power of dreams.

Register yourself for this awesome opportunity here(You can also choose to participate in the conference only without joining the competition)

Join our Facebook Group for more updates or drop us an email at [email protected].

Discover the ENTREPRENEUR in you. See you there!

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