Entrepreneurship in the Gig economy
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Through this course, participants will be equipped with the relevant entrepreneurial mindset and skillset to be well-prepared when starting their businesses in the new economy. They will be able to understand and appreciate the trends of entrepreneurship in the Internet Age; the concept of the gig economy and business models; recognise the Business Model Canvas, and enhance their ability to relate personal skills and plans, and resources for development.
Nett Fee after Government subsidy S$45.00
Singapore Professionals’ and Executives’ Co-operative (SPEC)
7 hours over 1 session
Mark Barnabas Lee
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Mark Barnabas Lee
Mark Barnabas Lee graduated from NTU with a degree in Materials Engineering and has 23 years of experience in business management, consultancy, sales and community work, including more than 14 years in the field of learning and development. He is ACTA qualified, a Certified Practitioner in Personal Data Protection and Certified Management Consultant. Mark specialises in Data Protection and Operational Excellence. His prior experiences and engagements are in the fields and sectors of Education, Tourism, Hospitality, Events Management and F&B.
Raymond Yap is a retired RSAF officer, experienced Trainer, Facilitator, Executive Coach and Management Consultant. He has facilitated several workshops for both public and private organisations such as GIC, Banyan Tree, ST Electronics, MCYS, DSTA, SAF and Temasek Club. He is also the first TetraMap Master Facilitator in Asia to applying the unique tools to facilitate courses on management, leadership, entrepreneurship .
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