A spicy journey


Lesson learned: Wan Mohd made some expensive mistakes in his early days before he refocused and found his footing.

WHEN businesses become so secure in their success that they fail to innovate, the consequences can be fatal – think former industry leaders like Nokia and Kodak.

It was also a lesson that Wan Mohd Azizul Solehin learned on the day he tried to sell cooking spices at Kelantan’s most popular market.

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