Pact Incubator: Where Change Makes Change

Are you a high impact entrepreneur who wants to harness your passion and innovation to better the world? Can your idea develop into a scalable venture that will attract seed funding and significant support? Do you need a little extra oomph to become investment ready?

If so, the Pact Incubator may just be the answer you’re looking for.

Launched by The Hub Singapore in partnership with the DBS Foundation and the National Youth Council, the Pact Incubator will help grow your validated business ideas and scale your social impact.

It is a 4-month programme that focuses on solution-market fit and the investment readiness of the social enterprise. 

As an incubatee, you can win up to S$15,000 seed grant for the top team and S$10,000 seed grant for the second team. In addition, you will gain customised coaching and mentoring, workshops by thought leaders, social intrapreneurs and academia on topics including resources and partnerships, go-to-market strategy, legal, financials and pitching.

Applications for The Pact Incubator from June – September 2015 are now open and applicants will go through a selection process.

Visit www.pactincubator.com or www.facebook.com/pactincubator for more details on how to apply or sign up for one of the information sessions here http://bit.ly/pactinformationsessions

For queries, please reach out to Germaine at germaine@thehub.sg  or call +65 9479 1185.

 

 If you want to find more about socially conscious living in Asia, check out Asia For Good's social enterprise directory.

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