ABLE was introduced to Assumption University on the Entrepreneur Day, between the dates of February 3rd to 5th in the AU Plaza.
ABLE’s purpose was to undergo a promotional booth campaign to announce and raise awareness of the ABLE and what ABLE Society is all about. At the booth, ABLE provided some fun social activities for the joining members to take photos and post them on Facebook and Instagram with a chance to win some prizes. After the 3-day event, ABLE became a major success and a total of 321 members ranging from lecturers, alumni and students, signed up to be part of the ABLE Society.
ABLE is still new to the University and to the students, so what is ABLE? ABLE which stands for, Assumption Business Leading Entrepreneurship, is a business incubator and entrepreneurship society with a collection of AU students, AU alumni and AU lecturers.
The ABLE Incubator Center is a business incubator of Assumption University that was set up to support the Entrepreneurial Spirit, that is embedded in the Assumption University’s Three E’s Identity, with the goal of creating future AU graduates who have the Entrepreneurial spirit, and to help pave their success. The center aims to support ABLE members who are interested in starting their own business and becoming a business owner, by providing business partners, business training and seminar, and business consulting.
The ABLE Incubator Center is located at VMC0201, VMC building (Suvarnabhumi Campus). ABLE accepts everyone, whether if you are a freshman or a senior, a lecturer or an AU alumni. If you have a business idea, or looking for some consulting, or even just looking for business partners. ABLE wants you to be part of the ABLE vision, so do not hesitate to sign up now.