Nanyang Technopreneurship Case Centre


About Nanyang Technopreneurship Case Centre

First established in 2014 with a grant from Singapore's National Research Foundation and funding support from the Nanyang Technological University, the Nanyang Technopreneurship Case Centre (NTCC) was one of the initiatives of Nanyang Technopreneurship Center (NTC) to enhance the quality of entrepreneurship education through Technopreneurship cases. NTCC is arguably one of the first, if not the first, such dedicated Technopreneurship case centres in the world.  In so doing, the NTCC has been instrumental in continuing NTC’s efforts to foster, promote and nurture enterprising mind-sets, skills and knowledge in technopreneurship through education.

There is seemingly a plethora of business cases but a general paucity of cases highlighting the problems faced by technopreneurs in growing business ventures. NTCC adds value to Technopreneurship education by developing a pool of cases on technology-based organisations locally and internationally. Through the cases, NTCC hopes to share the experiences, success stories and challenges faced by technopreneurs in growing their businesses and how they overcome their problems to sustain growth. By July 2016, the NTCC has completed 25 cases.

It features Singapore-based and global companies confronting issues and challenges due to technological shifts in the industry; when introducing new products in the marketplace; and in using technology to achieve organisational goals and drive transformations,

We recognise that we have not covered all countries nor all important Technopreneurship organisations but hope that these 25 cases will provide an additional source of important Technopreneurship education knowledge which is a primary focus of NTCC.

With the kind support from Singapore's National Research Foundation and the Nanyang Technological University, this has enabled us to share knowledge on a complimentary basis and to learn from each other.

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Updated on 17 November 2016.