Description: This book is a compilation of six successful Malaysian entrepreneurs on how they started on their business venture from zero to hero. Almost all of the entrepreneurs featured in this book were not born with the silver spoon in their mouth. They worked their way to be where they are today. Some started late like Datuk Paul Chan and Datin Chan while some as soon as they graduated like Winnie Loo. But they all started somewhere. What about you? Do you have a burning desire to start a business or create a brand name? But you’re too afraid to take this risk or scared that people might just laugh at your idea. If you are then this is the book for you. This book will tell you that it takes a lot of effort to start something new and that the rewards can be handsome if you would only try. This book is also written to motivate and inspire the ordinary folks that you too can become the next Steve Jobs or Bill Gates if only you put our heart and soul to it.
Here is a sample of what you will discover in this book:
Why a rich girl like Winnie Loo decided to start her own business at a young age?
What made Datuk Paul and Datin Chan leave their cushy jobs to start a business at a ripe age of 40 something?
How did Wan Ariffin get the idea of starting a Batik venture after meeting his wife Noor Hijeriah Hanafiah?
About The Author: June Saira Ramli is has been a journalist for the oldest English mainstream newspaper in Malaysia for the past 10 years. She has written everything under the sun from court room proceedings, criminal events, inquest, press conferences and exclusive interviews with Ministers. On top of being a journalist, she has her own lingerie line known as ‘June Saira Lingerie.’