In this segment of MIG Drill, we have Agent J speaking with Dominique Lyone, founder and managing director of COS, a leading office products dealership within the Australian market, nominated at the Entrepreneur of the Year in Australia in 2010 by Ernst & Young. He share his personal story as an entrepreneur.
For this segment, Chris speak to Mike Carr, Director, Business Engagement and Innovation Services and Jason Feehily, Head-Asia Business Centre, Financial & Business Services from the Asia Business Centre, University of Nottingham.
Spotted often with the Superman crest across his chest, Roslan Bakri Zakaria is nothing short of Clarke Kent in term of super power in disguise but only beaten for the courage to wear the red brief outside. The big S to Roslan is all about Spiritual, Sacrifice, Success and Social Changes. To him the biggest driver is Faith.
Growing up in an era where internet is at its infancy with the annoying dial up buzzing, he told himself his future is in e-commerce. Adrian Oh stepped up to his calling of being an entrepreneur in the competitive e-commerce sector and today he is a guru in the industry and doing what he love best.
From career as usual to business unusual, this is a story of a qualified risk adverse professional taking on the route least travelled as an entrepreneur. Learning from his difficult start to his desired legal career combining with his later exposure in information technology, this is the unique journey of Eddie Law of eLawyer.com.my.
Our radars at the Men In Green headquarters detected a very strong presence of “extra-preneurship” and we brought none other than the founder of Groupon Malaysia and co-founder of Youth Asia, Joel Neoh.
Wedding bands come in pairs as it represents the solemn union of two strangers deeply in love and bringing with them unique culture of two worlds who may never meet if not for that magical encounter, sparking a beautiful fairly tale
Ivan Tan Tien Poh and Eddie Tan Tien Yew were not the best of brothers when they were growing up. However being apart to pursue separate education and career path has somehow got them closer, so much so that started a publishing house together. Listen how it all began on MiG Drill.
what it takes to be an Entrepreneur? It comes in various forms and sizes yet everyone seems to know how an Entrepreneur look like but struggle to have a common definition.
Entrepreneurship is a lonely journey. It would be ideal to start your journey with a partner to keep you company be it your best friend, spouse, siblings, even your business acquaintance that share your values.
This episode of Turning Green, the Men In Green pays tribute to the great management guru, Stephen Covey. The MIG discuss and debate on self-mastery, inter-dependance and self-renewal which were the main imperatives that form the 7 habits.
In this episode of MIG Drill, we find out what is Samantha Payne’s take on various topics including her professional outlook on the property market, international property developments and also what lies ahead.
To the contrary, failure is always an option for entrepreneurs! Failure is only seasonal at best and what defines YOU lasts forever!
In this episode of Turning Green, the MIG attempt to bust the myth of what it does and does not mean to be successful starting from the essence of it all – the attitude one must possess in defining success.
“I wanted to spend more time with my daughter..” was what Angelin said when asked the reason as to why she left her stable job. Listen to Angelin’s tale of how she hopes this initial struggle will one day inspire her daughter to greater things.
There are two types of entrepreneurs according to Chris, the quietly mysterious and the loudly transparent. Both Branson and Fernandes belongs to the latter of which the Tan in Chris can closely associates to.
On this inaugural session of the MIG Drill, the Men In Green had their radar set on Kelvin Tan to track down his latest venture; the concept spa Skin Potential.
Modeling is an important trade for any aspiring entrepreneurs and Justin couldn’t find a better one than the man who stole the fame from Adam and made the bitten Apple the most expensive fruit ever. Steve Jobs sells to you what you cannot live without with what you never needed in the first place