Singapore:IIPL-Glints partnership aimed to cultivate VC talent

Visual of Infocomm Investments website. September 2015

An Infocomm Investments-Glints partnership will be selecting eight undergraduates to form IIPL’s Management Associate Track (iMAT) inaugural intake in January 2016.

The iMAT is an 18-month programme, with a part-time component of six months in length, followed by a year-long full-time component aimed at offering final-year university students exposure to the venture capital industry and Singapore’s startup ecosystem.

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