We’re celebrating our first year anniversary, woo hoo! (Can you believe it?) As part of the party, we will also have a panel discussion with our Founder and CEO, Chris Edwards and Yolanda Lee, Founder & CEO, Uncommon – on the topic of scaling your business.
Going from start-up to scale-up can be a daunting task, but with the right guidance, you can achieve incredible growth. This session is designed to help you do just that.
You’ll learn the 4 core areas that are crucial for scaling your business: strategy, execution, people, and cash as well as practical tools and techniques to implement in your own business.
By the end, you’ll have the knowledge and tools you need to scale your business and achieve the growth you’ve been dreaming of.
Plus, as always, there will be tons of great food & drinks, conversations and connections. Secure your spot now for an evening of invaluable insights, networking and lots of fun.
About the speakers
Founder, Honeycombers and Launchpad
Chris Edwards is an award-winning entrepreneur, and the founder and Editor-In-Chief of Honeycombers, the go-to lifestyle media publication in Singapore, Hong Kong and Bali.
Chris started this business when she was 28 years old, as a young expat in Singapore. Today Honeycombers enjoys a 7 figure turnover, employs over 30 staff across 4 countries and has 1 million unique readers every month. More recently, Chris created Launchpad, a community movement designed to create better businesses. Launchpad supports entrepreneurs through community, networking, business mentoring and masterclasses and has exploded to over 400 members across 6 countries in the first 12 months. Launchpad is designed to make starting and scaling business not only easier, more successful but a whole lot more enjoyable.
Founder & CEO, Uncommon
Yolanda Lee founded Uncommon in April 2021 as a private leadership network for the next generation of female leaders in Singapore. Having lived in 10 countries, she saw there was more that connects than divides and wanted to see what change she could help make for women beyond her role in the corporate world. Yolanda’s passion for technology and personal experience as a woman in senior leadership led her to spend the past two years building a comprehensive product that will empower and uplift women leaders through a blend of coaching, peer support and community programming. Uncommon will also build their own technology that will utilise machine learning to hyper-personalise the leadership development experience for each member.
In addition to leading Uncommon, Yolanda also served as the Gender Advisory Board Member at Accelerating Asia, a regional network of startup programs headquartered in Singapore. Uncommon is currently in the midst of finalising their seed round of funding, which will be announced in due course.