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Mentor Sharing 3: Why Startups Fail: For Early-Stage Startups 

Date: 2 December 2022 (Friday)
Time: 14:00 PM - 15:15 PM (GMT+8)
Format: On-Demand Content
For Pre-Accelerator Programme Cohort 2
If you have problems accessing the masterclass, kindly reach out us at pmo.beyond4.tech.

What Is This About?

​The topic of early-stage warning signs of startup failure and knowing your startup limits often gets a mixed response from founders. Is it possible to predict if your startup will fail before you start? This panel discussion aims to provide concrete strategies and approaches to tackle this problem.

Shelby Tee, Chief Editor of Why Startups Fail, together with Peter, Lydia and CK, will delve into the unknown world of startup failures and share unique insights into why early-stage startups fail and what you can learn from their mistakes. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify early-stage warning signs of startup failure—how to detect if your startup will fail
  • Know your startup failure limits—when should you give up, and when should you not
  • Recognise the causes and patterns of early-stage startup failures—what to settle first for a startup in its early stages
  • Get early-stage startup scaling advice to minimise failure!

who Should Attend?

  • Startup founders and business owners who want to grow their business ventures   
  • Entrepreneurs who are interested in delving beyond startup statistics and numbers  
  • People who are curious to learn from the missteps of failed startups in various industries

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Meet the Speakers

Paddy Tan

BlackStorm Consulting
Paddy is a business and technical strategist armed with over 15 years of experience helping companies propel to a greater height. His love for technology is rivalled only by his passion for business.
Being a serial entrepreneur and investor, Paddy dissects a challenge into pieces and formulate solutions from various perspectives. He also advises business leaders on strategic planning and positioning, helping them increase profitability and pivot their business to gain a competitive advantage in their respective industries.

Syed Ali Ridha Madihid

Ali is a co-founder of Luwjistik, an integrated platform enabling direct access to network partners, complete transparency, and greater ease of cross-border movements. He has extensive experience in building supply chain operations processes, especially in cross-border solutions and eCommerce in Asia.

Khooi Chu Boon

Revenue Flow Solutions
Chu Boon is a business coach, he has coached over 600 tech startup companies of various sizes and designed business models & value propositions since 2010. Chu Boon has also worked with corporates on personnel development with a team of like-minded coaches & mentors, which drew years of experience, across Asia Pacific & multiple industries. He is NLP trained and awarded Coach of the Year 2014 by the Coach & Grow Program, Cradle Fund Malaysia.