When it comes to making investments and providing capital for start-ups to flourish, these activities are usually performed by seasoned venture capitalists, not students. But the opposite is true for Protégé Ventures, which was initiated by the Singapore Management University’s Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship (SMU IIE) in collaboration with Kairos Asean, a community of entrepreneurs.

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