Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, a young start-up, someone who is self-employed, or have been in business for a while, it’s 90% the same. You:
▸ Provide a product/or service
▸ Supply to a market of people willing to pay you
▸ Have a business model that generate sales
▸ Hire a team that does the work
▸ And think about expanding
But if that sounds easy, how is it some people build successful businesses…while others struggle just to stay afloat?
Is it due to bad economy or just mismatched strategy?
Join Terence and learn what separates those who fail to make the cut in business, and those who continue to scale even during this unforgiving times.
About the Speaker:
Terence Yao is the Early Investor and CEO at Summit, a Malaysian-based education company that operates in Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and India. Together with the founding team, Terence led the company’s growth from a 3-man startup into a highly profitable regional business in 5 countries. As an entrepreneur, Terence started his first business as a teenager to make ends-meet, and professed that he was never a good student. Instead of taking the academic route, he dropped out of school at 18 to pursue entrepreneurship. Now at 39, he spends his time between his businesses and peer-mentoring aspiring entrepreneurs, young founders and business owners.