Khairul Rusydi lives at the intersection of tech, youth development and Entrepreneurship Education (EntreEd). In a previous role with Enterprise Singapore, Rusydi consulted for companies in the domain of human capital and management systems. He continues to work with school leaders and educators as an Apple Professional Learning Specialist.
Rusydi serves on advisory boards and panels with various youth development organizations, including *SCAPE, Advisory, The Young SEAkers and the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) of Singapore.
Rusydi is a Something Under Something 2x honouree, and is a graduate of the VC Unlocked programme by the Stanford Centre for Professional Development and 500 Global.
He currently leads Reactor (www.reactor.school) as Co-Founder & CEO. Reactor School works with 350+ high schools and universities to help students turn their ideas into companies. Thereafter, Reactor Ventures helps to syndicate investments in student-led startups, with an average ticket size of SGD $100k per team.
In this 20-min presentation, Rusydi outlines the emerging tech trends in APAC through his observations working with student founders, and highlights how universities can leverage this to develop an entrepreneurship and startup ecosystem on campus. This presentation is designed for school owners, school leaders and decision makers. By the end of the session, participants will learn about;-
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