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Wednesday July 30th 2014

Entrepreneurial Seminar: Turning Difficulties Into Opportunities

Transitioning is proud to present  an event organised specially by Entrepid for our readers:-

Topic: Turning Difficulties Into Opportunities

Date/Time:- 7th May 2012 (Monday)  2.30pm – 5pm

Location: National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre #04-88 The Central Clark Quay S(059817) – please take the shopping lift up

Refreshment: Drinks and light refreshment will be served.

Cost: Free to readers of Transitioning

Ever wonder  how to create a business with low capital? Want to know ways to have income stream and achieve financial stability even without a job? Want to break free of your difficulties?

Focus your determination and create your own opportunities now!

Many may see having no stable job as a huge problem, but they do not see the chance they have been offered – a chance to break free from 9-5 hours, a chance to succeed on your own, a chance, to be Your Own BOSS.

If you are in this situation and want to make a difference in your life, join us in our free seminar and make a positive change in your life now! 

SEMINAR OVERVIEW

  1. How to turn difficulty into opportunity and become your own boss.
  2. Setting up a small business with less than $5000 start-up capital.
  3. How to create revenue streams and achieve financial independence even without a job. 

The esteemed speaker is  as follow:-

Benjamin Lee

Benjamin Lee is a Partner at Uyuni Group, a venture capital firm with a focus on China. He is also CEO of Entrepid.

A true serial entrepreneur, Ben has started four businesses and made two successful exits in the past 8 years. He believes that people are the foundation of every successful business – and has always been passionate about coaching, talent management and strategic recruitment. He was appointed as a consultant by the Royal Bank of Scotland Group in 2007, and was tasked to oversee the creation of the entire Group’s Asia-Pacific recruitment strategy. Born in Singapore, he has gone on to live in 7 different countries – and has travelled to more than 55.

Ben received his education in the United Kingdom, where he obtained an LLB (Hons) degree from University College London and a MSc (Management) degree from King’s College London.

Editor’s Note:-

Please email to gilbert@transitioning.org  stating your name, IC no and contact number by 4 May (Fri) if you are keen to attend the event. Priority will be given first to those who are currently in job transition.  This event is RSVP regretfully and there are only 30 places available.

 

 

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