The Future Concept and Ideation of Workspaces
Have a knack for designing your personal workspaces? This challenge is for you.
Join NTUitive's upcoming MakanNight! Challenge to address the challenge statement: "How can we adjust our study and meeting spaces on our NTU campus to meet the future
concept of workspaces?"
A virtual briefing and info-session will be held on 12 August (2pm to 3pm). Find out more about the challenge and gain valuable insights from subject experts from the real estate industry on how we can adjust our study and meetings paces on our NTU campus to meet the future concept of workspaces. The speakers will also discuss their thoughts on the Challenge Statement and provide exclusive tips on how to implement innovative solutions on our NTU campus.
Associate Director (International Client Solutions)
Anoma leverages her 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate & design industry, her expertise in workplace strategy and project execution methodologies, and her keen understanding of the business challenges within the APACJ region to translate her clients’ vision into efficient work environments.
Global Client Relationship Manager
Stacey collaborates with clients and interior designers across Southeast Asia, Japan and Korea, bringing to life their visions, and creating the ideal furniture solutions for their workspace. Prior to moving to Singapore, Stacey spent 5 years working in the workplace industry in Australia where she gained experience providing solutions to world leading Agile workspaces, developing a keen interest in market trends.
Mr Chan Wei Siang
Chief Representative, Asia
Wei Siang's role focuses on expanding the innovation and enterprise ecosystem overseas, especially in Asia. Before taking up this role, he was based in China and Japan for more than 20 years in senior management roles of various organisations, including both government and private sector companies, such as EDB, Guocoland and Ascendas. During his tenure at the real estate companies, he was involved in M&A and investment activities, joint ventures and partnerships, marketing, business development and asset management.
Final Pitch Day: 1 October 2021 (TBC)
What is in it for me?
The top 3 teams stand to win cash prizes of up to S$1,000 in total. In addition, interested and qualified teams will have access to funds of up to S$10,000 and resources provided by NTUitive to execute their solution on NTU campus.
How to register?
Gather a team of up to 3 pax or you can register as an individual. The challenge is open to all NTU students, staff, faculty, and alumni.
Visit this site for more info and to sign up. Register and submit your proposal by 31 August 2021, 11.59pm.