Malaysia Entrepreneurship

The Focus Dilemma

That's one piece of advice I am sure you have been given many times by successful entrepreneurs and in many business books- stay focus. I am saying it's good or bad advice but allow me to elaborate a bit on that advice. Telling someone to focus is like telling someone to [continue...]

2017-01-18T02:57:49+08:00January 18th, 2017|Entrepreneurship|0 Comments

This versus That

Ever since we started setting up e-commerce stores 6 years ago, we've been using OpenCart - one of the most popular open-source shopping cart systems. And the more we use OpenCart, the better we get at maximizing the features it has to offer. We also realized some of the stuff [continue...]

2016-11-26T03:06:28+08:00November 26th, 2016|E-Commerce, Entrepreneurship, OpenCart|0 Comments

Not Good Enough

We can never be good enough. The bar gets higher all the time. The moment I published a post or submitted the final draft for a product description, I always get that annoying feeling that there are better ways to write it. Each time we sent the product catalog to print, I [continue...]

2016-11-25T03:48:02+08:00November 25th, 2016|Entrepreneurship|0 Comments

Charting the Future

Though not much of a business plan writer, I recently realized the importance of having a plan for what you want to achieve in your entrepreneurship journey. While it's true that we cannot predict what will happen tomorrow, that doesn't mean we can use it as an excuse not to [continue...]

2016-01-21T00:37:35+08:00January 21st, 2016|Entrepreneurship|0 Comments

Malaysia Online Marketplaces

It seems everyone wants to play the markeplace game. Who doesn't? A marketplace is extremely scalable. You don't own inventories, you don't need to spend money on warehouses and security. You don't need to hire people to pick and pack. A wonderful business model. But like any businesses, if what [continue...]

2015-10-11T18:18:52+08:00October 11th, 2015|E-Commerce, Entrepreneurship|2 Comments

Am End Cees

First, we read that JVC is quiting Malaysia and relocating to Thailand. About 500 workers from consumer and professional electronics devices corporation — JVCKENWOOD Malaysia Sdn Bhd — were laid off as part of the Japanese company’s plans to relocate its operations, shutting down its plant here. News of the [continue...]

2015-07-06T01:54:31+08:00July 6th, 2015|Daily Observations, Entrepreneurship|0 Comments