Having her sweets and eating it too


By JOY LEE

“Whether it is entrepreneurship or a leadership role within an employment, I believe if you put 100% focus on it for at least a year, you will enjoy the progress and see results." --- Yasmin Karim

FOR a sweet venture, Pops Malaya was, in fact, birthed out of a tough time for its co-founder Yasmin Karim.

She was going through a divorce and was fighting a custody battle for her daughter. She had spent most of her time in courts and gone through pages and pages of affidavits while her savings dwindled. It was a taxing time for her emotionally, physically and financially.

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