After graduating from the NUS Computer Science program, Adinda Savitri co-founded a technology studio where she designed and wrote operations software in construction, manufacturing, and pharma. Her cofounder is Caleb Tutty, who has spent 10 years engineering data platforms for brands like Coke, Dreamworks and Oreo. Their company, Nucon, helps to detect faults in architecture, engineering and construction, from misaligned windows to burst pipes. Using AI, Nucon will interpret and prioritise inspection reports at scale.
At EF, there are no gains to be had from thinking small. These individuals were selected to join the EF programme not just because of their talents, but because of the size of their ambition. They are motivated by the possibility of global impact, and their companies are built in pursuit of a better, more efficient, more accessible world.
You have a unique opportunity to make an impact on the world, just by virtue of being born. Entrepreneur First believes the best way to capitalise on this opportunity for impact is to become a founder. The individuals here, among the hundreds of others currently going through the EF programme, are just getting started.
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