Are you an entrepreneur thinking about scaling your business? Learn more about what big business skills you can bring to your small business.
Are you an entrepreneur thinking about scaling your business? A small business may not have the resources that are available to a larger entity but there are plenty of processes and strategies that can be implemented effectively for growth and success. Here’s your chance to learn what big business skills you can bring to your small business.
Join our panel discussion and hear from industry experts as they share and discuss:
- Their lessons from big business that now help them in their small businesses.
- How can you share the big vision for your startup by articulating a compelling narrative?
- How can you attract large businesses to buy from your small business?
- How do you find the right person to pitch to at the larger organisation?
- When you find them, how do you automate the conversations so that they are effective (and actually work!) but time efficient?
- How can you find the big investors to fund your startup?
Andrew Tan, founder of Atomi
A shopaholic and sake aficionado with a background in management consulting, Andrew Tan is in the luxury business of life in style. Along with his wife, Mitsuko, Andrew founded and co-runs Atomi, a Singapore-based Japan-centric company that has brought everything that epitomises Japanese designs and comfortable lifestyle. Andrew is a lecturer of entrepreneurship at Nanyang Technopreneurship Centre and also consults with businesses in Singapore and Japan.
Melissa Tsang, Head of Corporate Development, foodpanda and founder and CEO of BYOP
By day, Melissa Tsang is the Head of Subscription at foodpanda (previously the Head of foodpanda for business), and by night (and weekends) she is the founder of BYOP. BYOP is a brick and mortar store, e-commerce store, and community on a mission to bring pet lovers and their pets together in Hong Kong. Melissa will share with us what skills she brings from her day job that makes her an efficient and successful entrepreneur.
Puja Bharwani, co-founder and CMO of Wizly
Puja leads the strategic planning, development and execution of Wizly’s brand, growth, community and communications initiatives. Wizly is the world’s micro-consulting platform dedicated to transforming the way people solve short-term business challenges. Prior to joining Wizly, she managed the brand and media presence for global early-stage VC Antler in Asia and worked closely with the founders of their portfolio companies on their launch, communications and marketing strategies.