Soon, whether your startup will receive funding will no longer depend on VCs twice your age.
Instead, SMU’s Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) and plans to imbue undergraduates and postgraduates with “practical, real-life venture capital experience”.
As VCs, these students will be able to source, analyse and invest in ASEAN startups, as long as they have at least one student founder.
Selected startups will then receive $20,000 – $50,000 investment from these students along with supporting VCs, including Wavemaker Partners, Venturecraft, Marvelstone and TSR Partners.
SMU’s IIE will also provide support to these startups afterwards.
Be A Student VC From September 2017
Protégé is searching for 15 students based in Singapore with a strong interest in the startup and venture capital ecosystem.
These students must also have sufficient networks and ability to source new investment deals. They will required to commit at least a year to Protégé Ventures.
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