Funding Your Social Enterprise

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CoLab4Good Fund For Social Enterprises​

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The ​CoLab4Good Fund for Social Enterprises seeks to support and encourage students who are interested in entrepreneurship to explore a social enterprise model. 


Grant support of up to $10,000 will be provided for new and sustainable business ideas that create positive social impact. ​

Eligibility​​​

Full-time NTU students:

  • For individuals, he/she must be able to demonstrate that there is sufficient commitment, capability and know-how to run the business.
  • For teams, at least 50% of its members should be current full-time NTU students.


NTU Alumni: 

  • For individuals, he/she must have graduated from a full-time programme within the past three years upon application, and completed an entrepreneurship-related programme while at NTU.
  • For teams, at least 50% of its members must have graduated from a full-time programme within the past three years upon application, and completed an entrepreneurship-related programme while at NTU.


Use of Grants​​

Grants may be used to launch and/or further the business, in ways such as development of pilot-stage ideas or prototypes, procurement of goods for sale, or marketing of businesses, etc. 

Applic​ation ​Process

Applicants must apply online within the application period.

Business plan submissions should include:

  • ​​Executive Summary
  • Company Overview & Management Team
  • Social Concern
  • Market Analysis
  • Competitive Analysis​
  • Revenue Model​
  • Financial Projection​
  • Business Milestones​

Shortisted applicants will be required to pitch to a selection panel.

​Application period 1 June - 31 July 2019
Notification to short​listed applicants ​23 August 2019
​Pitch session14 September 2019
​Notification to successful applicants30 September 2019



Questions about eligibility and application process should be directed to OCommE@ntu.edu.sg.​​


Applications have closed.


Read more about our past winners here.


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