Embarking On The Entrepreneurship Journey
Date and Time
November 9, 2020 5:00 pm
November 9, 2020 6:30 pm
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Event Details

In this seminar, Inderjit Singh Dhaliwal will share the highlights, trials, and tribulations of his entrepreneurship journey spanning over 30 years. During this period, he successfully started multiple companies with three memorable exits.

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He will also share his life journey and all the entrepreneurial lessons he learned that helped shape him as an entrepreneur. Inderjit sees entrepreneurship as a matter of mindset and everyone should be thinking as one, not just start-up founders.

Finally, he will discuss the important elements that make for successful start-up and spin-offs and the strategies that need to be considered as the business progresses. Inderjit believes entrepreneurship can be learned and it is not only for those who are born with it.

Who should attend:

  • Engineers who are considering to start a new technology venture

  • Startups founders who want to learn from the successful experiences of other entrepreneurs

  • Technology entrepreneurs who want to understand the insights of managing a technology venture

Date: Monday 9th November

Where: Online on Zoom

Time:5.00PM-6.30 PM


5.00 PM - Welcome & Intro

5.05 PM - Intro to IES-INCA and SgFounder Programm |Andy Wee

5.15 PM - Entrepreneurship Journey | Inderjit Singh Dhaliwal

6.00 PM - Q&A | Inderjit Singh Dhaliwal & Andy Wee

6.30 PM – End of Event

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Registered participants will receive the online meeting details via email closer to the date.

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