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Enterprise Asia is pleased to present an impressive list of sixty-one outstanding award recipients at the Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards (APEA) 2020 Regional Edition. These leading figures have set and proven themselves consistent and exceptional entrepreneurial spirit in going above and beyond expectations during this unprecedented year.   Established in 2007, APEA recognises outstanding entrepreneurs […]
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  2. STARTUPS
Thirty-five outstanding Vietnamese business leaders and organisations were honored at the recently concluded Asia Pacific Enterprise Awards 2020 or APEA 2020. This is the award’s 14th year, and it is the fourth edition of the APEA in Vietnam. An initiative by Enterprise Asia, the region leading NGO, APEA is the largest regional recognition programme, with […]
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The coronavirus pandemic raging across the world has taken a huge toll on global lives and economies. Already it is being seen as the most consequential global crisis since the Second World War. To date, the pandemic has forced countries around the world to take unprecedented measures ranging from effectively shutting down their borders shut, […]
  1. BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  2. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Junior Chamber International Lead Tropicana(“JCI LT”), a non-profit organization continues its mission to empower Malaysian youths in developing entrepreneurial skills by hosting its flagship program, the New Entrepreneur Championship Conference 2.0 (“NECC 2.0”)in Seri Kembangan, Selangor, on August 10, 2019.  This is the second year NECC 2.0 brings forth the industry’s most knowledgeable speakers, startup communities, […]

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