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UNICON 2019 - Creating Tomorrow's Unicorns

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The NUCB Business School is proud to announce a partnership with the National University of Singapore (NUS) Entrepreneurial Society to promote start-up groups and entrepreneurs from Japan to launch new ventures in Asia. Students at the NUCB Business School are invited to receive a discount for tickets through the partnership - please read the details below and contact for more information!

Organised by the NUS Entrepreneurship Society, UNICON is back and it’s bigger, better and crazier than ever! Join UNICON on February 23rd and 24th for UNICON 2019, where participants meet for two days of networking, learning and experiencing all things startup!

Built by students for students, UNICON 2019 is Asia’s largest student tech & entrepreneurship conference that aims to bring the foreign and local entrepreneurial talents together. Learn from prominent entrepreneurs and industry experts such as Ajey Gore, CTO of Go-Jek, Shanru Lai, Cofounder of Shopback, Dr Julian Hoop, Co-founder of TenX and many more!

More immersive than ever, this year places you in the Southeast Asian startup scene this year with interactive booths, the ultimate networking/after party session, and UNICON Arena, a startup pitching competition!

For more details check out our site ( Also, do like our Facebook page ( to get the latest updates!

NUS Business School

NUS Business School

The NUCB Business School has 113 elite global partner institutions in 51 countries around the world. As the most globally oriented business school in Central Japan and one of the top leading business schools in all of Japan, the emphasis on study abroad and international exchange is a key driver of the mission at the NUCB Business School. For details about the double degree program and procedures for new applicants and current students please visit our dedicated page "International Program."