ImpacTech Thailand and TDPK will be hosted the 1st ImpacTech Thailand meetup event at True Digital Park. The meetup brings together impact driven innovators, startups, investor and techies. It is the best way to expand your network, find partner/investor and gain knowledge within the impact-driven community.
The attendees enjoyed an expert session on “Be Your Own Boss”, by the co-founder and CEO of Wishbeer, Jerome Le Lour. 3 startups shared their do’s and don’t’s and free beer was given . at the netowrking event. Stay tuned for the next meetup on Feb 18th 2020.
Impactech had a great sharing session on social tech and global trends for our visitors that came all the way from cold Sweden! The session was followed by an insightful Q&A session on the growing Singapore startup eco-system and on ImpacTech’s beginning. The Swedish students met local startups and were inspired by the growing startup eco-sytem in Singapore
#ImpacTech was honoured to host a prestigious delegation for over 80 leaders and educators, from leading universities and academic institutes in Korea.
ImpacTech gave an insightful session about Singapore’s startup ecosystem and Social-Tech trends, followed by a meaningful discussion on entrepreneurship and startups in Singapore.
We look forward to increase ImpacTech’s collaboration with the academic sector in Korea.
#ImpacTech was honored to host an Innovation & Ideation workshop to a group of 50+ participants from the Jewish Tech Singapore (JTS) community, which consists of startups, SME’s, corporates and others. The workshop was facilitated by ImpacTech co-founder Yoav Elgrichi.
The main takeaway of the workshop was that Innovation is all about solving problems in a unique way, where limitations push creativity to thrive.
Thank you Yuval Passov from Google, leader of the JTS group, for giving ImpacTech the opportunity to give back to the community.
ImpacTech was happy to facilitate a 3 day Accelerator Program workshop for the iDare program of the Republic Polytechnic. The program included sessions in creativity, lean startup, introduction to fundraising and more.
Over 70 students attended the workshops and participated actively. Good luck to the students from the iDare program on their upcoming journey to build meaningful startups that tackle social issues.