The Asian Business Case Centre (ABCC) is part of the Nanyang Business School at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. The centre’s focus is to encourage the use and development of case studies on the Asian business experience, and to keep users abreast of events in the world of case writing. ABCC has been a supporter of the Asian Business Case Competition since 2007, providing a wealth of cases on sustainability and business management for students to discuss and critically analyse, and in turn foster young minds in thinking about the issues and challenges of doing business in Asia.
The Lee Foundation was set up in Singapore in 1952 and in Malaya in 1960 by the late businessman and philanthropist Lee Kong Chian (1893-1967). The Foundation has granted hundreds of millions of dollars to various causes, regardless of race, language, religion, nationality, geographical location, and with no conditions attached. The Lee Foundation supported the development of case writing and teaching in Singapore through support of the Asian Business Case Centre at Nanyang Business School.
National Institute of Education is a national teacher training institute in Singapore committed to their vision of being an instituted of distinction and their mission of creating the world-class instituted renowned for its excellence in teacher education and educational research.
Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) is committed to become a leading institute for innovative energy solutions with global impact. Through comprehensive efforts in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Integration in a “Living Lab” environment, ERI@N strives towards energy solutions for sustainable megacities