Monday, July 18, 2011

Project 636 in action at the CI Fair this Sunday, 24th July 4pm

Marina Square Atrium, Sunday 24 July, 4pm

This year's event has a special addition - JUDGES & AWARDS

Our Judging Panel:

Nicholas Chee, Founder of Sinema

Jesvin Yeo, Assistant Professor from NTU School of Art & Design

Zullikhan Abdullah, Founder of Ideas Empire & Kalkitos.

Who will walked away with these awards?

The Spark Award: Loppa Light sponsored by Foundry for
the presenter that sparks off the most ideas.

The Legs Award: $250 voucher from Leftfoot for
the idea that’s most able to go the distance.

The Drive Award: 2 hour wakeboarding session worth $240 by Edge Wakeboarding School for the most driven presenter.

Audience Choice: $200 Voucher from Basheer Graphic Books
So who do YOU like?

Audience Vote: $200 Relish Vouchers

Each participant will also receive a $200 Marina Square voucher.

Special host for this event is Jon Yong Fook, young entrepreneur who founded Open Source Food and director of International Product at COOKPAD.

PROJECT 636 is a collaboration between Singapore Creative Network, WDA and Six Degrees.

Singapore Creative Network is a fully independent organization focusing on connecting Singaporeans in the creative industry with the rest of the world.

The Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) collaborates with employers, industry associations, the Union and training organisations, to develop and strengthen the Continuing Education and Training system that is skills-based, open and accessible, as a mainstream pathway for all workers - young and older, from rank and file to professionals and executives - to upgrade and advance in their careers and lives.

Six Degrees is a community of independent professionals and businesses from across the arts and creative industries. By signing up as members on, freelancers and businesses will be able to share experiences and resources, and articulate their needs and concerns within a community that respects and understands artistic work, and values freedom, independence and creativity.


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