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Published on Feb 9, 2017
Humber’s Sulawesi Economic Development Strategy (SEDS) works alongside seven universities in Indonesia to improve their curriculum and teaching methods in entrepreneurship. The five year program develops the creative and business skills of students in the classroom, while also provides on-campus hubs for students to explore entrepreneurship on their own. Funded by the Government of Canada and Humber College, the $4.6 CAD million project is improving sustainable management and growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and fostering networks among university, government, business and other entrepreneurial stakeholders.
These are the stories of the SEDS faculty and their students who are starting their first businesses.