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Entrepreneurship is definitely no easy journey as many business owners will tell you, especially for first-timers.

The business landscape in Singapore has definitely evolved so much over the years, and to encourage more local businesses to grow, government grants and subsidies have also been getting a facelift.

But how would you know what works and what won’t? And with so many new tools in blockchain and technology to help you in this journey now, which one is worth investing in or not?

You can find your answers and get valuable insights with distinguished speakers in the industry at the inaugural Imagine Conference 2018 in Singapore.

“Future of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Progress”

Imagine Con is happening on 10 and 11 August 2018, Friday and Saturday, from 9am, at the Lifelong Learning Institute Lecture Theatre.

Speakers from the cryptocurrency and FinTech industries such as Kenneth Bok from Blocks/ De/centralise, former Google HR Director Anne Caron, motivational speaker Andrew Bryant, and Bitcoin.com will grace the stage and impart their knowledge and experience.

The conference will explore topics like the potential detrimental effects of government subsidies and the importance of independence as an entrepreneur here, as well as the ethics of organ trading and the future of the Asian economy.

This event is organised by the Adam Smith Center in Singapore, an economics-based research and consultancy startup promoting economics-thinking in business and innovation through outreach programmes like Imagine Con.

They have partnered with Students for Liberty, an international student organisation most active in the USA and Europe, providing education in the areas of indvidualism, self-responsibility and entrepreneurship, and capitalism.

The conference is open to the public but students of all levels, fresh graduates, public policy experts, entrepreneurs, and professionals from new and emerging industries are encouraged to attend.

Imagine Con 2018 was organised with the vision of creating an active forum of discussion and act as a bridge between entrepreneurs and students to policymakers.

All attendees will receive free Bitcoin cash, courtesy of their partner, Bitcoin.com, and books on economics and philosophy.

For more details, visit imaginecon18.com. Early bird rates are $20 (U.P. $30) for students and $55 (U.P. $150) for public, so register now!

Featured Image Credit: Lifelong Learning Institute Singapore Facebook

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