27 - 30 June, 2019, 8AM - 11PM
20+ World-Class Speakers
200+ Entrepreneurs and Students
Join us to become the innovator and learn to become the leader, not the follower, in the world of business.
Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is an intensive bootcamp that brings together many young entrepreneurs, students and professionals from around the world and place them on a common platform to innovate and create new startups by collaboration.
GEB connects its participants to various funding agencies from where they can raise seed funding for their ventures.
Share your ideas with a range of entrepreneurs from different parts of the world.
Share your entrepreneurial journey or learn from other participant's startup stories at GEBx.
Pitch ideas in front of accelerators and incubators and get funding opportunities.
Form and work with your dream team under the mentorship of top-notch mentors.
Find like-minded people from various corners of the world to collaborate and experience cultural diversity.
Registration Fee: $500
Deadline: 17th March, 2019, 23:59 EST
(Partial Scholarship Available)
Registration Fee: $600
Deadline: 17th April, 2019, 23:59 EST
(Scholarship Not Available)
Registration Fee: $700
Deadline: 7th June, 2019, 23:59 EST
(Scholarship Not Available)
Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp has partnered with diverse organizations ranging from world's best universities to startups working on global arena to foster entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial mindset amongst participants. For partnership, please visit Partnership section
There are 500+ GEB alumni from 70+ different countries. These alumni have launched over 60+ new ventures raising over $10 million funds. Some of the ideas pitched in the Bootcamp were listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 list whereas some of the participants have got placement in the best universities around the world like Harvard, MIT, University of Cambridge and so on. Most of the participants have received mentorship through accelerators and incubators.
10 Minute School, a business idea pitched in GEB Bangkok was featured in Forbes 30 under 30.10 Minute School
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In the past 4 bootcamps, Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp has invited speakers from all around the world including:
Prof. Rajesh Nair is the Professor of Practice in Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Asia School of Business, a new school started by MIT-Sloan in Kuala Lumpur where he heads the ASB-Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center.
Tal is the undoubted Accelerators Guru, founded 10 accelerators programs in Israel and several globally. Tal is also a renowned Keynote Speaker sharing his toolbox of knowhow with entrepreneurial ecosystems worldwide. Tal serves as advisory board and chairman in a variety of companies and technology startups.
Renard Siew is part of the World Economic Forum Expert Network Group focusing on Sustainable Development in Asia. He is also involved in implementing the environmental agenda for Sime Darby, a multinational conglomerate based in Kuala Lumpur.
Serial startup founder, angel investor and mentor, Ash Ali sold his first internet business aged 19. As the first marketing director of Just Eat UK, he ‘growth-hacked’ it at breakneck speed, leading to a staggering £1.5 billion IPO in 2014. Next, he founded Fare Exchange, a bootstrapped startup that generated over £25 million in revenue in just a few short years.
Donald is Director, International for Circles.life, a regional digital telco based in Singapore, and focuses on overseas partnerships and expansion. Previously, he was the Chief Operating Officer and part of the founding team at Clifford Capital, an infrastructure and asset-backed finance company, and before that he worked in investments and corporates across the Asia-Pacific region.
Andrew is the Senior Program Manager, MIT Bootcamps. His focus is on marketing and alumni engagement.
Megan is the Vice President at Watson University, an incubator and school for student social entrepreneurs.
Joseph is a Wall Street veteran, Entrepreneur, Angel Investor, Mentor, Educator and father of 2.
Bharat is a passionate and seasoned Business Leader with experience through business cycles, across geographies, and various industries
Leo founded her startup called Reblood on January 2015 which is an app that aims to provide solutions to increase awareness and promoting blood donation to help save more people's lives. In 2016, Leo was listed on Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 for Healthcare and Science category.
Kiron is the honary of the "Forbes 30 under 30" and the Founder & President of the Physically-challenged Development Foundation- PDF. In Bangladesh, he has engaged more than 5000 volunteers in his movement to unlock the potential of the youth with disabilities. He is an enthusiastic public speaker and Ph.D. candidates at the University of Illinois at Chicago-UIC.
Amarit Charoenphan is the CEO and Cofounder of Thailand’s first and largest coworking space and community called HUBBA.
Kotchakorn Voraakhom is the founder and CEO of Porous City Network, a landscape social enterprise working to increase urban resilience in Southeast Asian cities. Kotch's passion is solving urban ecological problems through landscape architectural design.
Daniel de Gruijter is cofounder and CEO of Incitement; the next-generation social business - powered through inspirational talks-connecting brands with social causes with volunteers to tackle pressing global issues together.
Matthieu has been growing the technology department of the Biji Biji Initiative by building interactive art installations, managing CSR projects and developing a signature product: The Energy playground.
Juliana Roth is Associate Director of MBA Program at Asia School of Business. A global minded professional with focus on executive education, hybrid/distance learning, and technology, Juliana has more than 16 years of experience in the field of management education.
Ryosuke ISHII is a Japanese researcher, entrepreneur and project manager, connecting and applying academic finding into the real world. Currently, he is researching “Team Psychological Safety” at ZENTech Inc., as a Chief Scientific Officer and helping companies enhance their team productivity.
Mr. Nguyen Quang Huy has had 10 years as Lecturer/ Researcher of the Foreign Trade University (Vietnam), and 5 years as Director of External Relations and Recruitment of the Executive MBA in Vietnam, University of Hawaii (U.S).
I was amazed by how many passionate juniors and high school students were present at the Bootcamp and how dedicated they are to creating a better world through entrepreneurship. This showed me how youths can be empowered at an early age if they are given the right platform to showcase their skills and I am confident GEB entrepreneurs will develop business groups that will inspire generations. GEB is more than just a Bootcamp, it's a real movement to create global change makers.Pacifique Essereke
I had the chance to learn how can an idea of a business become a reality. Also, it was amazing meeting people from different cultures that have the same thinking that I have. GEB is a must for every entrepreneur.Farouk Mahmoud Kuftarou
The things I learned, if I can follow them in my life, I can say that then my life would change completely! Met amazing amazing people from around the world, made friends and yeah, these 4 days are never to be forgotten!Anchol Alokita Kabyo
My experience at GEB Jakarta was splendid. The speakers motivated me to implement my ideas as I intend to be an entrepreneur. It was like a wake up call, like it's never too early nor too late, the time is now. And now I feel like I have a lot to unleash yet I never felt like that before the bootcamp, I'm highly motivated.Susan Mapfumo
GEB Jakarta 2018 was a totally different experience with a great chance for meeting like-minded ambitious young leaders, networking with them, learning and exchanging experiences. Likewise, the cultural night was totally amazing getting everyone from different backgrounds in one particular place with lots of love and passion to learn & enjoy.Samah Zaber
Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is a sum of all that it takes to be entrepreneurial and leading generation X. It is a fundamental learning to network globally. It is an introductory to global entrepreneurship and innovation, and it is a sow of seed and values that sparkles you making decisions that follow your hearts in future.Andre Kwok K.
Being invited to join the Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp Bangkok 2018 as a Speaker and Mentor was one of the best experiences of my business life so far. It was amazing to experience the creativity and innovative ideas the delegates came up with, as well as share experience and meet other mentors making contacts I will keep in touch with for life. Overall, I would highly recommend getting involved with this wonderful organisation and I send my deepest gratitude to the organising team. I can't wait for the next one and look forward to seeing you there.James Hopkins
GEB was a lifechanging experience, and I would recommend it to any entrepreneur looking to challenge their status quo, collaborate with and learn from like-minded delegates and mentors across the world. The bootcamp gave me a reignited sense of motivation towards achieving my life goals and the network to match. The unique cultural explosion that took place for those long days and nights was like nothing I had ever experienced. It taught me a deeper sense of global unity and appreciation. The downtimes were some of my favorites as we were able to connect and learn more about our fellow young entrepreneurs and mentors; their personal experiences, their advice to help build ourselves and our companies was priceless. All in all, GEB 2018 in Thailand was amazingDexter Neal Jr Joshua Wilson
Trinidad and Tobago
I feel thrilled to share my heart-warming experience at the first Global Entrepreneurship Boot camp which was set in one of the most offbeat places called Kakani in Nepal. On reaching the Boot camp, I wouldn’t deny about being nervous initially while coming across other delegates and having some interesting conversations. I thanked my stars and felt proud to be amongst these extraordinary people from varied domains and different nationalities achieving so much at such young age. I had entered GEB with a belief to survive the forthcoming amazing days of Learning|Unlearning|Relearning and in the end with a bright smile conquered the camp and won some amazing memories and a network for life.Siddharth Jain
The Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp not only gave us the opportunity to network with people from various countries, but it also gave us the platform to grow intellectually through the various mentorship lessons and skillfully through the business tasks we were given to work on. The location it was held at (Kakani) was simply breathtaking and refreshing as we woke up each morning to the beautiful view of green hills and clouds. The GEB was an unforgettable experienceKesego Mosime
Attending the GEB in Nepal has been a tremendous opportunity to learn, network and keep up with entrepreneurship knowledge base. Very good, hands-on information were shared from competent mentors who gave us the best as far as entrepreneurship is concerned. Meeting with fellow youngsters from 12 different countries was the other thing to appreciate about the bootcamp. I really appreciate the time and efforts put forth by the GEB team and the organizers. I'm looking forward to utilize the experience gained with the youth in my country.Chris Chrispin Boniface
GEB has been an amazing camp. Most unique one I have ever been to. Learning about entrepreneurship in such a homely environment, meeting so many briht minds from around the world, getting amazing insights from the mentors and taking back so many memories. That's what GEB journey was like to me. GEB Nepal was end of a new beginning, beginning of a new journey with the GEB family from today to forever. My heartiest gratitude to MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp and Watson University for supporting this platform. Best wishes!!Shadman Sadab
GEB was a life changing experience for me. Having met highly enthusiastic, inspired, optimistic and energetic young enterpreneures from around the world, I learned and gained a lot. I would like to thank the organizers and mentors of GEB. You all were awesome and great. Can't wait to be on the next bootcamp.Elias Hailemariam
It’s an honor for me to be one of GEB participant. It was not only an opportunity for both the speakers and participants to learn and share their skills and experiences through motivational sessions, teamwork and discussions, but also an interesting and important event for cross-cultural communication. GEB contributes to the development of individual as well as their ventures at a global level.Kemal Abdela
GEB was an absolutely perfect package. Three days of experience at bootcamp which was set out far from the congested city was amazing! Interactions with 52 young entrepreneurs from 12 different countries, all those mentoring, skype sessions, success stories shared by our speakers and moreover, the teamwork have had great impact on us. I look forward to utilize whatever I have learnt throughout those days. Apart from the life-long network, GEB flourished my strengths as a young entrepreneur. Thank you so much GEB for such a wonderful opportunity to learn and grow intellectually. The way everything was organized was simply conmmendable.Rakshya Aryal
Thanks to GEB, I had unforgettable memory with so many friends from around the world. I was able to grow myself intellectually through various mentorship sessions and through business tasks we were given to work on. Friendly interactions and listening to the success stories from both the mentors and fellow participants has helped me build up my connections with people and widen my knowledge of sociocultural aspects of different nations. Finally, I want to thank the mentors and my international friends for their stories, advices and the valuable lessons.Mai Ngoc Hoàng