In today’s workplace, becoming an entrepreneur is now the first choice for young people in Asia, who aspire to founding new businesses or start-ups over traditional employment.
Entrepreneurship is on the rise among Gen Z, but global turbulence creates a risky environment for first-time business ventures. We explore why disruption can be an opportune environment for small business success.
The rise of femtech and businesses aimed at solving women’s issues has led to business innovation and improved society for the better. Social impact entrepreneur Olivia Cotes-James explains how her female-owned business is tackling menstrual health, one period at a time.
Our International Trade Challenge is an annual contest to find the best entrepreneurial minds amongst students in Asia Pacific. We find out what it takes to triumph at the Grand Finals.
Asian SMEs are seizing cross-border trade opportunities with RCEP, a trade deal transforming post-COVID recovery and growth of small businesses in the region.
For 16 years, we’ve been supporting youth entrepreneurship with an annual student trade challenge. But in today’s world, what does the recipe for start-up success look like?
Are you an entrepreneur or SME who has suffered setbacks? The MD of FedEx Express Malaysia believes failure is integral if you want your business to succeed.
Traditional handicraft company Marlinda Craft has transformed their business from physical to digital sales thanks to smart logistics and the e-commerce boom.
One Korean small business is using smart technology to deliver lifestyle services to busy consumers.
What will accelerate your business towards greater post-COVID recovery in the year ahead? We outline the 4 big moves that matter.