Krista Goon, Co-founder, Redbox Studio, Malaysia
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
What goes on behind the Womenpreneur Asia podcast? What are my ups and downs in producing this show? And what have I learned throughout this journey of speaking to Asian women entrepreneurs in Asia?  Hello and welcome to the final episode of Season 7 of the Womenpreneur Asia podcast and I am your host, Krista Goon.  My mission is to uncover the stories and strategies of Asian women entrepreneurs in Asia to help you and inspire you as you navigate your business journey. This episode is sponsored by Redbox Studio.  Today's episode is Episode 100 and I am happy you are with me and ..read more
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Shivani Reddy, Partnerships Manager, Girls in Tech, Kuala Lumpur
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Today’s episode is a little unusual as we feature someone who is not an entrepreneur but has an empowering message for everyone.  Shivani Reddy wears many hats - she is a HR and Organizational Development practitioner, startup mentor, coach, speaker and finally, #IAmRemarkable ambassador. Her 15 years of experience spans positions in renowned organizations such as Groupon, Societe Generale, NIIT Limited, and TDCX Malaysia. Shivani is also the Partnerships Manager at Girls in Tech Kuala Lumpur and a Google-trained #IAmRemarkable facilitator.  As a Google-trained #IAmRemarkable facilit ..read more
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Brenda James, Founder and Principal Florista, Nook Flowers, Malaysia
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
This episode features Brenda James, the visionary Founder and Principal Florista of Nook Flowers located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Her floral business is unique in that stands apart from others on the twin pillars of creativity and sustainability or in her own words, "responsible floristry". In this episode, we unravel Brenda's 15 years as a business owner and florist and uncover what makes this unique Malaysian floral studio what it is today. For Brenda, Nook Flowers is more than a business—it's an extension of her ethos and values. The studio's grown not flown philosophy is seamlessly woven ..read more
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Michelle Hon, Founder, MomBoss Academy, Singapore
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Today’s guest is a returning guest and I wanted to bring her back because she has a great story and a fantastic business. And it’s all fully online. I love fully online businesses because I am a big advocate of this - after all my own business is all about the digital world!  Today I am speaking to Michelle Hon who is the founder of MomBoss Academy in Singapore. If her name sounds familiar, yes, she was featured in Season 4, Episode 8 so if you want to know her backstory of how she ended up starting this business, check that episode out.  Today, though, Michelle and I are going deep ..read more
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Hana Chua, Director of Business Finance, Kebun Kota, Malaysia
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Hana Chua is the Director of Business Finance at Kebun Kota Sdn. Bhd located in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. The family business that she is in comprises many moving parts - from aquaculture to sustainable farming to technology transfer to creating ripples in the local cafe scene with their cafe arm, Roots. The Chua family's commitment to sustainable farming and smart urban agriculture forms the cornerstone of Kebun Kota. This commitment also extends to Roots, a cafe that started as a haven for book lovers and evolved into a platform for sustainable practices, sparking vital conversations about ..read more
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Soundari Mukherjea, CEO of Soundbytes11, Hong Kong & India
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Today’s episode is with Soundari Mukherjea, CEO of Soundbytes11, who is originally from India but now calls Hong Kong her home.  As the CEO of Soundbytes11, an organisational consultancy, she focuses on working with leaders and teams to harness the power of storytelling to drive business outcomes. Her expertise spans various domains, including change management, personal branding, cross-cultural intelligence and diversity and inclusion initiatives. In this episode, we discuss how great stories can do wonders to help you communicate key values and messages to your team and clients. Soundar ..read more
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Genevia Chin, Founder, Wonkie Ice Cream, Malaysia
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Today I am speaking to a Malaysian entrepreneur, Genevia Chin who is the founder of Wonkie Ice Cream, previously known as Three Tiers Ice Cream.  Genevia, a spirited entrepreneur with a passion for frozen joy, started her first ice cream venture, Three Tiers Ice Cream when she came home to Penang after working in Singapore.  In today's episode, we'll uncover the evolution of Three Tiers Ice Cream into the newly rebranded Wonkie Ice Cream (and Genevia explains why the rebrand was necessary). Genevia’s journey takes us through the highs and lows of entrepreneurship, from the thrill an ..read more
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Janice Chew, Principal of JC Legal, Hong Kong
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Today's episode is with a visionary Malaysian entrepreneur in Hong Kong., Janice Chew who is the principal of JC Legal. In the ever-evolving realm of corporate law, Janice Chew has emerged as a trailblazer. As the principal and founder of JC Legal, a bespoke corporate law firm, Janice has not only defied traditional norms but has also brought a fresh and fabulous perspective to the legal industry. In a field where the norm dictates that legal firms typically hire paralegals as their first staff members, Janice opted for an unconventional route - she hired a business development person! Her uni ..read more
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Helen Tan, Co-founder, Doublewoot Fashion, Malaysia
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Helen Tan of Double Woot Fashion Talks About Influencer Marketing ? Join us on an inspiring journey with Helen Tan, the creative force behind Double Woot fashion! Hailing from Penang, Malaysia, Helen and her sister have built a cult-like following for their quality fashion at affordable prices. From the early days as a pre-loved clothing shop on Blogspot to a global sensation, Helen shares her 18-year entrepreneurial voyage. Dive into the challenges faced during the COVID pandemic, innovative marketing strategies, and the pivotal role of influencer marketing. Helen's insights on family support ..read more
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Jenny Tay, Managing Director, Direct Funeral Services Pte Ltd, Singapore
Womenpreneur Asia
by Krista Goon
2M ago
Jenny Tay is an entrepreneur from Singapore taking on the world of funeral services with a zestful and innovative spirit, no pun intended. She is not afraid of challenging norms and stereotypes about the deceased, death and dying. As the Managing Director of Direct Funeral Services Pte Ltd, she is transforming the funeral services industry - usually dominated by rough-talking men and surrounded by superstitions - one taboo at a time. To Jenny, the funeral services business is a hospitality business. When she married in 2015, she made the front page news as she and her husband decided to take u ..read more
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