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Entrepreneurship, Start-Ups, and Innovation (E-S-I) in ASEAN and East Asia: Shaping The Post-Pandemic Recovery-Ep.1-5

Entrepreneurship, Start-Ups, and Innovation (E-S-I) in ASEAN and East Asia: Shaping The Post-Pandemic Recovery-Ep.1-5
Date:
25 January 2022
Authors:
Giulia Ajmone Marsan, Lina Maulidina Sabrina, Ooi Tiat Jin
Tags:
ASEAN, East Asia, SMEs, Start-Up

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In 2021, the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) – together with Curated Connectors, a Singapore based start-up – hosted a webinar series to discuss how innovation, start-up creation, and entrepreneurship at large are contributing to shape the (in-pandemic) and post-pandemic recovery. The discussions in each episode of the webinar series brought in innovators, ‘start-uppers’, and entrepreneurs from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and its Dialogue Partners as well as experts from international organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and foundations, and policymakers. This report summarises the key messages and trends that arose from the first half of the webinar series.

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