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Taggo will be at Techventure 2011

Taggo will be showcasing its innovation at Techventure 2011 and will be participating in the “Pitch to the Stars” contest.

Techventure 2011 will be at Marina Bay Sands from 13 October to 14 October 2011.

Techventure 2011 Website - http://techventure.com.sg/

Techventure 2011 Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Techventure/200147820027288

About Techventure 2011

profile imageTECHVENTURE 2011 is presented by National Research Foundation (NRF) and Singapore Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (SVCA) and organised by Asiasons WFG, in partnership with SingTel Innov8. This is Asia's premier event for the VC/PE community to engage with and pick the next generation's greatest innovators. The summit event will draw ultra high net worth individual investors, Venture Capitalists, Private Equity Fund managers, Limited Partners (LP) and Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWF).

Now into its pivotal 15th year, TECHVENTURE 2011 will feature some of the wealthiest individuals, youngest billionaires and decision makers for the biggest investment funds. TECHVENTURE 2011 continues to establish Asia as the prime region for the deployment of smart money. Discover where the next surge of exponential growth and returns are as you meet and interact with these leaders and visionaries.

ABOUT THE ORGANISER
Asiasons WFG

A listed subsidiary of Asiasons Capital Ltd, Asiasons WFG is one of the top financial advisory firms in Singapore, having listed close to 80 companies since its inception in 2000. Asiasons' business model has been to focus on innovative small and medium sized companies in Asia with the objective of taking them to the next level through a combination of value accretive and capital market strategies.

 

 

 

 

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