14 Oct '11, 11pm

Polytechnic graduate surviving on S$300/month to fulfill entrepreneurial dream: Number of Vi...

Polytechnic graduate surviving on S$300/month to fulfill entrepreneurial dream: Number of Vi...

eSATAp.sg and oresanjou.com have proven to me that if I want to realize a dream I CAN but the lofty dream to create jobs for Singaporeans is still far away. At least, when I look back, I can tell my peers, I have put Singapore on the world map for eSATAp and I have done a project with the ministry (a big deal for a small guy like myself). It is still my dream to CREATE jobs, help others to break free from poverty and I really hope the least government, ministries and Singaporeans can do is to support/buy/use local products/services and minimize competition with them.

Full article: http://www.transitioning.org/2011/10/15/polytechnic-gradu...

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Dare to Dream: Teenage Social Entrepreneurs - Justmeans

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justmeans.com 14 Oct '11, 11am

Dare to Dream: Teenage Social Entrepreneurs Hayley Hoverter is a powerful, passionate and incredibly inspiring social entr...