Southeast Asian Regional Round

GSVC is a global graduate-student business plan competition began in 1999 at the Haas School of Business of the University of California at Berkeley, USA. GSVC was the first and largest competition to promote entrepreneurial start-ups which not only offered financial returns, but also provided measurable social or environmental benefits. In order to expand, Haas joined with several of the world’s top business schools, including the Columbia Business School, London Business School, Indian School of Business, ESSEC Business School and Thammasat Business School as partners of GSVC in Southeast Asia since 2007.

Thank you for joining us in our 2010-2011 in GSVC Southeast Asia Final & Social Entrepreneurship Symposium where you came meet, learn from, and engage, with Social Entrepreneurs who are changing the world in technology, agricultural, healthcare, social development, and the environment. After student MBA teams from around Southeast Asia competing for prizes worth more than $15,000 and the chance to represent the region at the Global Finals at the University of California, Berkeley, we finally got our Regional Winners.…

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