Professors from the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology at the University of California Berkeley will lead the faculty training. Local experts from UNDP in the Philippines and the Institute for Social Entrepreneurship in Asia (ISEA) will also provide inputs in the training.
Ken Singer is the Managing Director of Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology at the University of California, Berkeley.He is also the Chairperson of the European Innovation Academy which is the premier summer innovation bootcamp for entrepreneurs and corporate innovators. Aside from these, Ken is also one of the Founding Board Members of the Applied Innovation Institute.
Ken Singer is a serial entrepreneur, technology executive, university lecturer, and director/advisor to numerous startups in the US and Europe. Ken’s experience spans all forms of mobile technology from mobile video advertising to downloadable mobile apps.
David Law is the CEO of Venture Dojo which brings the world-class Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship to universities worldwide through a hybrid of online and in-class instruction. Venture Dojo provides content for students and teaching tools for instructors tasked with launching technology entrepreneurship programs. Using a proven methodology and pedagogy, Venture Dojo courses and training provide universities access to the latest content and instruction methods at UC Berkeley and Silicon Valley.
David is also the Director of Global Academic Programs at the University of California, Berkeley where he manages multiple programs in entrepreneurship and innovation at UC Berkeley. Law manages programs, courses, projects, and challenges focused on student start up teams from ideation to prototype to pitching to investors. The core programs are Learn2Launch (www.learn2launch.berkeley.edu) and Global Challenge Lab and Innovation Collider at the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) which is part of Berkeley Engineering (www.scet.berkeley.edu).
He is also the Principal at P-4 International, LLC where he consults with international universities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), business incubators and government agencies to build and grow technology entrepreneurship ecosystems.