Darrell posted a question on facebook yesterday asking if an entrepreneur pitches the business idea and the investor doesn't understand, who is at fault? #theangelsgate What is your take? Personally I think it is the entrepreneur's fault. If the entrepreneur is clear about his business and revenue model. He should be able to communicate clearly … Continue reading Who is at fault? The Entrepreneur or The Investor?
"Being an entrepreneur ain’t easy. You work till the wee hours, catching the last buses or even spending the night sleeping at your table. You can’t differentiate weekends and weekdays anymore. You constantly think about how to keep the business afloat – especially at an early stage. It takes tremendous amount of motivation and energy to keep things going" - Darrell Intraix's Co-founder Darrell talks about his startup experience, read his article here.
Fund raising is hard, there is no doubt about it. I experienced first hand myself now. Together with Darrell, we are currently in the mist of this bloody long and suffering process. Yes! this fund raising is affecting me both physically and mentally, but that's a good thing because I learn quite a bit in this process. So do we … Continue reading Have You Develop Your Fund Raising Strategy Yet?
Intraix is in the fundraising stage soI have been looking around, reading up on what Venture Capitalists are actually looking for in a startup. I found this articles with videos from SalesSchool. Mark Suster - the entrepreneur who has gone to the Dark Side of VC gave the presentation. He talks about begin narrative in your pitch could help you get across the ideas in a … Continue reading Are you fundraising? Try telling a story.
As you all know I'm currently running a startup - Intraix with my buddy Darrell. The good news is Intraix has been selected to be one of the startup to pitch at Angel's Gate Season One. But the bad news is I did not have any post up on "running startups" because we were busy preparing … Continue reading Angel’s Gate Preparation
I have never realized that reading a book 2nd time would give me such different perspective. It was years since I first read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad, when I first got the book, my reading objective was to find "get rich strategies" in the book, than my perspective was to save up some … Continue reading Book Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad – my 2nd read
Yesterday, I met up with 2 friends. A Lady - with clear focus and objective on climbing the corporate ladder. A Guy - with a dream and commitment to be an Entrepreneur I admired them because both of them are focus and have clear direction on what they really one. Upon graduation, the lady focus solely on the … Continue reading To stay focus! How hard can it be.