With a belief that people will fulfill their utmost potential if they can turn their talent into a business, we coined the word - Talentpreneur.


To inspire innovation and entrepreneurship development worldwide


Through our training programs, we aspire to be the catalyst for innovation and entrepreneurship


Ken is the Founder of Talentpreneur. Since 2005, he has trained more than 10,000 individuals on Entrepreneurship & Intrapreneurship. Some of his corporate clients include NESTLE, Walmart, Commonwealth Secretariat, Caterpillar, Changi Airport, Singtel, Mindef, Ministry of Education, etc. 


Ken has been involved in various regional entrepreneurship initiatives in  China, US, Kenya, Uganda, Nepal, Dubai, Uganda, Malaysia, Indonesia and also global initiatives such as Global Entrepreneurship Week and  World Entrepreneurship Forum. 


Here are Ken's current appointments:

Chairman of GSEA (Global Student Entrepreneurship Awards) Singapore 2013/2014

Communications Chair, Entrepreneur's Organisation (EO) Singapore 2013/2014

Mentor, Mendaki M Club 2012-Present

Mentoring Commitee Member of Action Community of Entrepreneurship 2010-Present


Here is a list of some of the entrepreneurship competitions Ken has judged at

1) Startup@Singapore by NUS

2) NYP Business Challenge

3) SP Yes! Competition

4) National Schools Entrepreneurship Summit, etc.


From a humble background, Ken had the passion to train but did not have the initial capital to start the business. He preserved and succeeded in raising the initial investment of $50,000 from SPRING Singapore and Singapore Management University (SMU) after receiving good feedback from his initial clients. Since then, Ken has appeared on various media such as The Business Times and The Straits Times to advocate training empowerment and invited as an expert for talk shows on News Radio 938 and Channel 8. He won the 2009 Global TIC Award and nominated for 2008 Global Young Entrepreneur Award.


Wanting to inspire youth on entrepreneurship, Ken authored a book called The 3rd Little Pig during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis and featured 8 of the most successful young entrepreneurs in Singapore under 30 years old. In 2013, with a global team of entrepreneurs, Ken co-founded a non-profit organisation called T Foundation to alleviate poverty by training through a Train1Gift1 Concept where trainers/entrepreneurs/volunteers pledge their time. For every participant they train professionally, they will train another person in a developing country for free. The goal is to help 1,000,000 people improve their lives through training and support the United Nations Millennium Development Goal of eradicating extreme poverty and hunger.

Mr Ken Koh