REN (Raffles Entrepreneur’s Network)


Raffles Entrepreneur's Network 2021-2022



Innovation. Entrepreneurship. Disruptive industries. People keep throwing around these big buzzwords to talk about the most trending startups, to describe the biggest visionaries and tech geniuses. But what does it really mean to be an entrepreneur? Here at Raffles Entrepreneur’s Network, we don’t believe in defining 'entrepreneurship' for you. Instead, we choose to give you the best opportunities to be an entrepreneur and define this elusive term yourself, and here are just some of them!


Visit the Raffles Entrepreneur's Network Open House 2022 for a REN experience!



Read more on Raffles Press' Word of Mouth


Training Schedule

(8.30am – 10.30am)


Teacher Mentors

Ms Stacy Tan 
Mrs Magdalene Low


Achievements & Highlights


Prudential Young Trail Blazers (PYTB 2022)
Best Pitching Award

SUSS SBIZ Business Plan Competition 2022
Top 10 Finalists 

Catholic Junior College Business Competition 2022
1st Position 

Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge (YEC ACSI) 2022
3rd Position

FEDEX Express JA International Trade Challenge 2022

Raffles Business Symposium (RBS 2022)
Organiser of National Inter-JCs and Secondary schools Business Pitching Competition



Social Innovation Relay (SIR) 2021

Social Innovation Relay (SIR) Global 2021
First Runner’s Up 

Junior Achievement (China) 2021
Top 3 teams

Raffles Business Symposium (2021) 
- Organised by REN involving 25 participating Junior Colleges and Secondary Schools
Entrepreneurship Week 2021 featuring Products from Social Enterprises and Non-Profit Organisations 
Product Launches in collaboration with various social enterprises and internal CCAs  

Internships with various organisations 


In both 2021 and 2022, via IMDA, REN members have proactively engaged with the elderly at digital clinics and hawker stalls to equip individuals and these small businesses to go digital. These involved mastering the usage of the mobile phone, as well as Facebook posts to increase publicity and awareness of the hawker culture in Singapore. These initiatives were well-received by hawker stall owners whose businesses suffered during the COVID pandemic. In addition, REN.CO, REN’s social enterprise arm, continues to collaborate with external organisations such as Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS), Blossom World Society (BWS) and various internal CCAs within RI, such as the Art Club, to launch marketable merchandise for their beneficiaries such as the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).