|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), PhD||1979|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), MSc||1975|
|E.E. & Computer Sc.|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), BSc||1974|
|E.E. & Physics|
Poh Kam WONG is a Professor at the Business School of National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Director of NUS Entrepreneurship Centre. Through the centre, he oversees the university’s entrepreneurship education programs, as well as the university’s incubator, seed funding programs and mentoring scheme for nurturing spin-off companies by the university’s professors and students. He has published extensively in leading academic journals on high tech entrepreneurship and innovation policy in Asia, and has consulted frequently for technology companies in Asia, as well as international organizations such as the World Bank.
He is an active angel investor in technology start-ups in Singapore, Asia and Silicon Valley, and is the founding Chairman of Business Angel Network Southeast Asia (BANSEA) and chairman and partner of BAF Spectrum Pte Ltd, a business angel fund based in Singapore. He is the initiator of StartUp@Singapore, the annual national business plan competition in Singapore since 1999.