Competitions

Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition

The Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition (LKYGBPC) derives its name from Singapore's founding prime minister, who developed the country's defining business plan bringing the asian city onto the global stage. It is this spirit of intelligence, entrepreneurship, innovation and ambition the competition enshrines as it invites the brightest minds from the world's most entrepreneurial universities to come together to tackle the challenges of the 21st century.

Youth Innovation Challenge

The Youth Innovation Challenge is organised by SMU's Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, specially for Secondary School, Centralised Institute, Junior College and ITE students in Singapore. The competition serves as a platform for entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Students will be able to showcase their ideas, business plans and entrepreneurial talents, attract seed funding to further their business ambitions as well as extend their network of friends and business contacts through the competition.

The P.A.K Challenge

LKCSB alumni Jeff Tung Chi Fung and Benjamin Twoon Wai Mun set up a $1 million P.A.K. Entrepreneurship Fund to ignite the entrepreneurial spirit amongst SMU students and to support the growth of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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