In this episode, Zenos talks about why it is important for founders to pick up new skills as their startups start to scale. Having scaled multiple startups including Hmlet, Zenos shares his experience transitioning from a 0 to 1 business to a skyrocketing business and the things founders should look out for.
In this episode, Michele Ferrario talks about the early days of StashAway and how they got to $1B AUM within a span of 3.5 years. A big part of that strategy is building customer trust early and ensuring that you are extremely focused on the product experience and customer experience.
In this episode, Foti Panagio of GrowthMentor.com talks about why it is important to build a minimum lovable product to start with, why he’s chosen to focus on generating good karma with his company, and some strategies on how he’s hacked his personal growth in the early days.
In this episode, Hsu Ken Ooi of Iterative VC talks about the early growth strategies of his first two startups Weave and Decide.com. Hsu Ken also talks about why it is important to invest in one’s self, how to look at psychology for growth hack inspirations, and why you need to fall in love with the problem instead of the solution.
In this episode, Leo Tumwattana (Sorted) talks about the concept of hyperscheduling and his journey to his first 1.5 million app downloads. Leo also talks about seeing his users as influencers, building an app that people love, and using a fair pricing model to retain users.
The importance of team alignment in building an early stage startup with Charles Allard Jr. (Delvify)
In this episode, Charles Allard (Delvify) talks about building a team that is aligned with your startup’s vision and mission. Charles also speaks about optimising your startup for an exit, building a network of mentors to help your personal growth, and using content with deep insights to build your credibility.
Growing Kaliber into a $800k ARR business within 10 months with Robert Lai (Kaliber Performance Marketing)
In this episode, Robert Lai (Kaliber) talks about using content to attract new customers and embodying radical transparency to retain them. Robert also talks about building a culture of open communication and trust with his clients, and focusing on being great in ONE thing rather than being a jack-of-all-trades.
Growing two bootstrapped startups by being a good online citizen with Jesse Hanley (Bento and TalentTree)
In this episode, Jesse Hanley (Bento and TalentTree) talks about bootstrapping his two startups and being a good online citizen. He also shares how he makes sure to de-risk his businesses, picks his product and market carefully, and why friendship is his metric of success.
In just a few years, Yeap Ming Feng and Seedly built a highly-successful personal finance platform in a competitive space by taking cues from their users’ experience. Focusing on one’s audience and making digital a seamless part of the customer experience are as crucial as ever before.
Yeap Ming Feng is the Head of Growth at Seedly, Singapore’s largest personal finance community. Ming Feng has been instrumental at helping Seedly grow to its current size. The company currently attracts more than 1.1 million visitors to its platform every month up from 600,000 just a year ago. The company initially started with its community strategy to support growth of its mobile app. However, the content the company generates has undoubtedly solved huge pain points amongst Singaporeans who are looking to educate themselves with personal finance knowledge.