Need test users for your startup? NUS wants to help you
March 20, 2012 by Terence LEE
Finding enough test users for your product or app can be a pain sometimes, which is where this Test-Bed Program comes in handy.
Run by the National University of Singapore Student Union (NUSSU) and NUS Enterprise, the program gives selected retail enterprises the opportunity to test their ideas through a push cart. If they’re in the tech space, they could be incubated at NUS Enterprise.
This initiative is only for startups run by NUS students or alumni as well as projects that uses NUS-researched technology. They could receive 500 or more test users and 30,000 potential eyeballs for their business ideas through university-wide implementation.
Interested parties can register here, and when selected, will have to do a pitch and answer questions from a panel.
The application deadline is 30th March. Participants will be given time to develop their product in preparation for implementation when the new semester starts in August.
Funding options will be available to selected startups as well.
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