SCG Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2020
Asia’s Longest-Running Global Student Startup Competition
February 20-22, 2020 @ Sasin School of Management, Thailand
The competition is Asia’s Longest-Running Global Student Startup Competition; all disciplines from around the world, both business and non-business related, are welcome. Join us and compete for H.M. The King of Thailand’s Trophy, as well as cash prizes of over US$60,000.
Our panel of judges comprises of leading investors, entrepreneurs, and business professionals. We will be seeking out the most investor-ready startup ventures based on submitted business plans, live pitches, and venture exhibits.
February 1, 2020
February 6, 2020
Press Conference, Semi-final Round and Thailand Track Round Draw
February 20-22, 2020
H.M. THE KING’S AWARD
The winner, BetterLife Monitor Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
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The Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin, Asia’s Longest-Running Global Student startup competition, was created in 2002 to encourage students both undergraduate and postgraduate across the globe to become more entrepreneurial. After receiving of applicants to the first round – 208 teams that represent 83 institutions, from 44 countries/regions across 6 continents – our panel of […]
A very warm welcome to the 208 teams from 83 participating institutions representing 24 countries/regions and 6 continents that registered and submitted their Pitch Decks as follows;
Winner of H.M. The King’s AwardBetterLife Monitor, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore Winner of H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s Sustainability AwardAmplify Infra, Indian School of Business, India First Runner-up:Grox Industries LLC, University of Arkansas, U.S.A. Finalists:Amplify Infra, Indian School of Business, IndiaCurrent Finder, McGill University, CanadaDatax Limited, The University of Hong Kong, Hong KongNanoSiment, Nanyang Technological University, […]
The Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin, Asia’s only global postgraduate startup competition, was created in 2002 to encourage students in postgraduate programs across the globe to become more entrepreneurial.