Recent and archived articles by Cheryl Yeoh
Moving into a startup requires some skills more than others.
Every startup should have a vesting agreement, a startup’s equivalent of a pre-nup agreement, right from the beginning to protect the interest of the shareholders, investors and employees alike.
Startups, being small setups, need to move quickly when it comes to hiring the right people and removing those who aren’t carrying their weight.
Asean is a burgeoning but fragmented market, and entrepreneurs who want to succeed will need to tailor product and message accordingly.
Entrepreneurs with a social conscience, balancing profit and social good?It can’t be a bad thing, can it?
Many countries aspire to create the next Silicon Valley, and for someone who comes from that ecosystem, I’m well aware that it’s almost impossible to replicate, nor are we attempting to.
STARTUP - By Cheryl YeohThis week’S column comes all the way from Palo Alto, home to Stanford University which anchors much of the talent in Silicon Valley.
Failure is not necessarily the setback many fear.
I recently mentored an entrepreneur who needed advice on fundraising. After working on his startup for five months, his product finally caught some traction.
WITH startups on the rise, many young entrepreneurs now have the freedom to define their own leadership style and to chart a culture that will attract the right talent to join them towards their vision.