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    Are You Ready to be an Entrepreneur?

    With this pandemic, some people think that it might be the right time to start our own business. Is it the right timing to start and what do you need to know as an entrepreneur?


    Come to explore what do you need as an entrepreneur.

    - vision & mission

    - business model

    - financial strategy

    - partnership

    - marketing & sale strategy 

    - capitalisation

    - innovation & creativity

    - management 

    and many more!

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    Creative Entrepreneur: What we can do now and next?

    Many entrepreneurs and creatives are facing the difficulties during this crisis. What can we do now in embracing the "New Normal" is the key to secure the future.
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    Defining Business through BMI (Branding Marketing Integration)

    Understand the fitness level of your brand from the inside out and discover the hidden potential for the further growth of your business.
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    Designing Brand Identity​

    When it comes to branding, the first relation people have in mind is the logo. Brand identity is more than just a logo. It is the whole development of the interior and exterior of the brand in creating a brand that people will remember and will follow.  Mei tan, who is a branding consultant and designer who worked in MTV international back in the states and also founder of both scoopoint & innovatifplus. She will be sharing some great insightful tip she has picked up over the years of her journey as an entrepreneur.
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    Digital Financing for All Inclusive. Impactful. Investable

    Many businesses turned their heads to towards the digital industry for a chance of survival during the times of pandemic. Join Angello Quah, the co-founder of Alixco P2P (Peer-to-Peer) and COO of FundedByMe Malaysia, on 24th June and learn the importance of Digital Financing. Every businesses deserve the same chance to access financing, instantly. Learn how the Securities Commission Malaysia regulates and operates the equity crowdfunding as well as the P2P Financing Platform to serve global investors and SMEs, like you.
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    Finding Your Core Values As Entrepreneurs

    In business terms, core values are the highest values that guide a firm’s actions, unite its employees, and define its brand. They are the guiding principles that help define how the corporation should behave in business and perhaps beyond. Explore your core values and how to apply it to your businesses on our upcoming webinar. Join speaker Jenn Woei to listen to him speak about his entrepreneur journey and why he thinks it is important we find the core value.
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    How to Build and Sustain a Network (as a digital nomad)

    As a digital nomad, the process of networking is a little different. You’re responsible for finding all your own business, and building industry connections can be a challenge. Networking is building sustainable connections with people, based on mutual respect and added value. Zeynep is an award-winning consultant in Digital Marketing and Business Development for global corporations and startups. She has internationally experienced working with European, American, and Turkish communities leading as the Head of Social Media team, to produce marketing and social media strategies for digital campaigns. Zeynep has experienced in Digital Marketing for over 10 years that she supports corporations such as; Pepsico, Starbucks, Audi, Neutrogena, Dominos Pizza, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Ford, Volkswagen, P&G, and H&M. Now she is a digital nomad and she is traveling around SE Asia. She has been working remotely and traveling the world since 2016.
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    How to close a million dollar sale?

    DR Khoo started Venessa Diamonds in 2000. This year mark the 20th years of Venessa Diamonds. She is also Co founder of Dreamz Foundation, Ex university lectuter, 2007 The Outstanding Young Malaysia Award awardee and columnist. In this webinar, she will share her 20 years tips on how to close sales practically... And how being an " ikan bilis" , swimming with sharks n not eaten by them.
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    Human Capital Investment in Entrepreneurship

    In ASEAN and MALAYSIA, we need to be prepared for a rapidly changing, increasingly interconnected and technologically rich world where there will be many new opportunities.  There will also be disruption across many industries, demanding greater career flexibility. By the end of 2019 – it marks the expiry of industry 4.0. The coming of year 2020 and beyond is the start of society 5.0 powered by the 5th industrial revolution. Modern age entrepreneurs must not only be book smart and curious, but have the “soul” or conscience to know right from wrong; they must have the ethics and integrity to pursue values for the betterment of society.   In 2011, futurist Thomas Frey predicted that 60 per cent of the jobs in the future have not yet been invented. Hence, we can no longer focus on equipping young entrepreneurs for specialised careers or businesses. Career paths are becoming more flexible and we need to change expectations of what a person’s “career”, or “careers”, will look like. Of course, we need specialists and academics, but businesses need employees with a broad range of skills and experience that can help them to creatively adapt to technology-rich environments. Young people need that range of skills so that they can move between careers. Today’s most successful entrepreneurs are those who pursue both economic and social values, who create not only wealth but also a wealth of opportunities for others. Entrepreneurship education is a vital part of the overall curriculum.   Currently as most part of the world are labouring through COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed that businesses that have invested heavily in human capital development are able to pivot and survive the harsh economic landscape, and businesses who did not – perish.   Human Capital investments is pertinent to the successful of companies especially newly-founded companies. On that point, physician and writer Dr George W. Crane makes this assertion: “There is no future in any jobs, the future lies in the person who holds the job”. Human Capital in entrepreneurship is a largely neglected area and one which is one of the most important criteria for a business longevity. Please join us with our guest speaker – Dr. Kris See, to gain insights into how human capital investments in entrepreneurship journey lies the key to the success of future of workplace.
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    Know Your Competitive Edge in the Job Market

    IATA released its updated analysis stating that global airline passenger revenues will decrease by $314bn this year, which marks a decline of 55% compared to the previous year. The pandemic has also affected AirAsia Bhd, a well known Malaysia low-cost airline which operates scheduled domestic and international flights to more than 165 destinations spanning 25 countries. News reported that AirAsia Bhd may lay off more than 300 employees to pare down its operations following the difficult situation faced due to the Covid-19 pandemic. He is the Regional Head of Marketing and PR for EVOS Esports. Before joining EVOS Esports, he was the Head of Esports at AirAsia and helmed multiple roles and esports projects. He has been invited as a keynote speaker in TEDx Talks and international conferences in USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia.
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    Know Your Law as Freelancers

    If you’re interested in having a bit more control and freedom in your professional life, freelancing is an attractive option. The outbreak of corona virus has also contributed to the rise of freelancing as everyone is looking to cut costs and at the same time increase efficiency. Many businesses have chosen to start or turn to be as “free-lancers” in this new norm.

    During this week’s webinar, we will be sharing a step-by-step guideline to start your “free-lancing” business. It’s imperative to prepare yourself to freelance and freelance well. We will be sharing with you some informative guide to understand what freelancing is, how to protect your rights and the characteristics needed to succeed as a freelancer. Freelancers are responsible for all sorts of things that traditional employees are not, such as setting their work hours, keeping track of time spent on different projects, billing clients, and paying their own employment and business taxes.

    A brief introduction of who Joseph Cheong is. Joseph holds a Bachelor Of Laws from University of London, LLB(Hon) and also Certificate Of Legal Practice(CLP). He is the founder and managing partner of Chambers of Cheong & Law which is one of the well known law firms in Penang, Malaysia. Besides, he is also a certified HRDF trainer and an associate of FPAM(Financial Planning Association Malaysia). Last but not least, Joseph also acts as legal advisor to numerous companies and speakers for law related conferences.

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    New Normal for Fitness Industry

    In a similar manner to retail, lockdown shifted the focus on these physical spaces like gym and studio towards the virtual realm. This means offering workout sessions on social media platforms such as Instagram feed as well as facebook live. The workout sessions consist of fun-to-follow exercise classes, from pilates and vinyasa yoga to fully-body HIIT workouts, strenuous booty sessions and the list goes on.

    At-home options combine the convenience of on-demand workouts with the connectivity users have come to enjoy from wearable that monitor data such as your heart rate and track activities. This has been happening for years, but today's challenging times have accelerated the trend.

    Just a brief introduction about our speaker for this week’s webinar, Gwen & Yin. Let’s start with Gwen, she has been spanning from 30 years experience in luxury hospitality, wellness industry and facilitating mindful movements, Gwen brings a wealth of knowledge within the mind-body practices.she leads teacher training on functional anatomy for new yoga teachers and wellness retreats around Asia. As a lifetime student, she has completed 500-hrs advance teacher training with Yoga Medicine and Neuroscience Professional Development Program with Dr Sarah McKay.

    Meanwhile for Yin, she was born in a fighting fit family in Malaysia and moved to Sydney in 1999 for her tertiary education in Industrial Design. Decided to work in an industry where her interest and passion lies, Health and Fitness, Yin then completed Certificate III, IV and Diploma in Fitness through TAFE Australia. While running booked out regular classes and successful events in Sydney, building strong Jungle Body communities is one of Yin's strength, Yin has also helped to recruit instructors and mentored instructors both in Australia and MalaysiaCome join both our speakers who has experienced the tremendous change throughout this pandemic. What have they done differently and to what extend did they do to reach out to their audience to still be able to deliver their services.

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    Personal Branding & Markerting

    Born optimist, Steve Wee is a visionary whose creative and looks at matter from a bird's eye view. Graduated from National University of Singapore (NUS) with 9 years of flying experience with Singapore Airlines, he has been to many parts of the world.

    During his flying years, made him realized the importance of personal branding and soft skills training, which he then founded Brand Yourself Agency in 2011. With the mission to empower his clients with sustainable knowledge and tools to build a strong branding both online and offline.

    After moving his business back to Malaysia, he met his business partners, Datin Winnie Loo and Chui Ling. The trio started School of Charisma, a centre to train in the art of personal branding, etiquette, communications and people profilling.

    Within a short span of 6 years, Steve launched the High Flyer Asia with the purpose to globalize his company to other parts of Asia countries. High Flyer Asia is a platform for CEOs & Founders who wants to grow gloabally.

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    Sister Under the Skin

    Prominent Malay women come together to exchange views in Sisters Under the Skin.What does it mean to be a Malay woman? By definition, being Malay…
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    Tech On Steroids

    About Ben Chia, the founder to many, but mostly known for Thewhitegroup. Thewhitegroup is an investment holding company that provides consultancy to many including the government sector. Incorporating technology into companies seem like a necessity in businesses today, but are you doing it correctly? Are you making it go to its full capacity or has it become a burden to the daily operation? Ben will be touching on a few pointers, mainly; 1.innovative thinking ocean strategy 3.chaos management 4.never ride the trend 5.ideas vs solutions 6.thewhitegroup moto ' an idea, a concept, made happen ' 7. the true nature of the streaming business
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    The Secret To Thriving Business In Turbulent Times

    For a business to be able to not only withstand enormous challenges such as a global pandemic, but to even thrive thereafter, it is fundamental to use your time wisely. Make use of this opportunity to rethink your business strategies. An adversity is not always a bad thing.
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