More often than not, we give ourselves lesser credit than we actually really do deserve. If you are still deliberating if you are suitable to have your own start-up or if you are ready for it, here are five signs that we have compiled to help you through this decision.
If you are an entrepreneur, part of a startup, an investor or even someone who aspires to be one, this is the one conference you should definitely mark down in your calendars. Focused exclusively on B2B and enterprise, the B2B Asia Conference 2015 brings together successful startups and gives you the chance to mingle with the very people who drive B2B innovation in and around Asia. Held on the 16th of December at Hong Kong’s prestigious Hysan Place, it is the conference that everyone has been waiting for!
Set to take place on the 14 of November, the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Week Cambodia is back for another year of celebrations. Conducted from 8am to 5.30pm, it will be held at Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC). Known as the largest celebration of entrepreneurship, this year marks its eighth annual celebration after holding events annually in 160 different countries. This year, it has set to garner a total attendance of over 10 million people all over the world who will come together to acknowledge and support the work of entrepreneurs worldwide.
With 1362 participants and almost half of it being start-ups, the 2-day tech conference that was held in Shibuya Hikarie, Tokyo, Japan from the 8th to the 9th of September this year was a success! Arranged for entrepreneurs, investors, the media, and the technology and startup community in the Asia Pacific Region, attendees were spoilt for choice with the different content stages at Tech in Asia Tokyo (TIA Tokyo).
Geeks on a Beach (GOAB) 2015 has concluded its third run , this time in sunny Boracay! GOAB drew 500 delegates from all over the world, and it was a venue for the participants to connect and share knowledge with Philippine start-up players and leaders. Not only that, start-ups in the Philippines got the attention they deserved in the international field; as GOAB encouraged a more vibrant local, startup ecosystem.