Here’s an invitation from NUS Business School, Singapore to CEREBRATION 2008, our Masters Level Business Plan Competition. Cerebration 2007 saw entries from over 200 business schools from 4 continents.
The competition gives participants the opportunity to work on live cases based on 3 Asian companies (the Case Sponsors) that are seeking ideas for overseas expansion.
Team TMN Bio-fuels from NUS Business School won 2nd runner up position in Start-up@Singapore 07, the 8th edition of the nationwide business competition.
Start-up @ Singapore is Singapore’s national business competition and is organized by the NUS Entrepreneurship Society. The 8th Start-up @ Singapore has received entries from 234 teams across the world and the age of the participants ranged from 14 to 56 years.
The Grand Finals of Cerebration 2007, our semi-finalists, and the results of the penultimate round of the global business case competition.
After months of countless hours of hard work, perspiration and a frenzy of activity, the sun finally dawned on the day of the Grand Finals of Cerebration 2007. The venue aptly chosen for the finalé was the Grand Copthorne Waterfront hotel on the banks of the Singapore river. Historically, Singapore grew around the river so the river became a centre of trade, commerce and finance. Cerebration 2007, with participation from 560+ universities from all continents (barring Antarctica), cannot be any less historic.
Cerebration, hosted by the National University of Singapore’s Business School, is one of the premier business plan competitions in the world. The case sponsors for this year’s event were ThaiExpress, Ron Kaufman’s Up Your Service! College and OSIM. The semi-finalists were the teams from Texas A&M University, Rotterdam School of Management, INSEAD, NUS Business School, Rice University and MIT Sloan. After the semi-finals, all but the teams from MIT Sloan and Texas A&M University managed to secure a place in the ultimate round of the competition.