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Tai Gets a Head Start on Entrepreneurship While...

“As a start-up, I pretty much wore all hats to run this, including scouting for and signing up artists, booking performances, legal contracts, securing event venues, and marketing online and offline. Trying to run a start-up while schooling required me to be extremely disciplined with my time, and I actually took a time management workshop that PSB Academy had in the evening..."

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Her Makeup Experience Gives Yeng Ting Confidenc...

“I always wanted to contribute to the healthcare industry in Singapore. I felt that the healthcare business in Singapore needs to thrive so that more treatment options can be available at affordable price, especially to improve the lives of our aging population. I realised that in all my training as a research assistant, I have never developed any skills in entrepreneurship. To open a healthcare business right away is a sure way to fail..."

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Kenneth and Lulu: From Students to Husband and ...

“I decided to study MBA because Lulu had another year more to complete. I couldn't bring her to Australia and leave her alone for a year, could I?”

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Cyrill Feels at Home in a Multi-Cultural Campus...

“The friendship made with students from around the region was definitely a highlight for me. I enjoyed interacting and learning from the different cultures, languages, and so on. We helped one another in various ways. You studied together with your friends and everybody..."

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How a Hobby Becomes a Business For Vicky

"During that time, I never thought of starting a business in photography. It was just an interest. As an entrepreneur, you won’t know when your next job is, where your potential clients are, or whether there will be anyone to engage you. Sometimes, it feels like it is better to get a full time job like a ‘normal’ graduate and get paid monthly..."

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Ian Turns His Passion in Sport Management Into ...

“I'm very grateful to the very experienced lecturers who spent extra hours and non-school contact time to guide us. Their sense of humour made class lessons extremely enjoyable. The lecturers made it fun but pushed us hard when we were weak in some areas..."

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Perrine Cares for People, and Marine Life too!

​“I travel every two to three months, mainly for diving. I took up diving by chance when I first started working, as I had a colleague who was a diving instructor. I’ve not looked back since. I enjoy spending time under the water, interacting and observing marine life. Sharks are hard to come by now and honestly, they are more afraid of humans and will avoid us when they sense us in the water. I tell all new divers that we are visitors in their underwater home and must respect them..."

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Winston – From Being a Polytechnic Dropout to T...

"Winston gave a broad smile and said: “I did my PhD.” Lest anyone thinks that he is so academically inclined, the ‘PhD’ is his tongue-in-cheek reference to mean ‘Polytechnic, halfway dropout’. He likes to joke but he is not ashamed to talk about his past. In his words, he had been a young and foolish student during his time in Temasek Polytechnic.   He played too much, did not study enough, and failed more than half of his modules as a result. For the first time in his life, he had no idea what to do next..." 

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Yao Peng – From a National Sprinter to an Entre...

“In 2013, I represented Singapore in the World University Games at Kazan (Russia) and my team was a finalist in the 4x100m. It was so unfortunate that I missed out on the final spot to make the team for SEA Games 2013, Commonwealth 2014 and Asian Games 2014..."

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