Building Start-Ups: A ‘Not-so-Secret’ Recipe

ABOUT THIS COURSE

You may have an idea of how you can start a business to make things better in your community. You may have a passion for helping young children from low-income families, struggling families, single parents, ex-offenders, lonely elderly, or with an environmental issue.

But you may also be unsure of how to go about it or what the potential pitfalls may be. Many start-ups can change the world, but fail to sustain its momentum or fail to even get off the ground.

However, you can reduce the likelihood of failure. There is a path to success and sustainability for your social enterprise.

From this course, you will:

  • Learn how to clarify your vision, market and business model
  • Figure out the financials, legal work and partners (if any)
  • Understand why passion is important to happy customers
  • Get tips to market your brand
  • Master tips on how to take care of your team

Use these powerful lessons to cook up some social change and begin your start-up!

SESSIONS

  1. Start With a Clear Social Issue
  2. How to Identify Your Business Model
  3. Figure Out the Financials & Legal Work
  4. 5 Simple Ways to Meet Customer Needs Every time
  5. Let Your Business Take Off by Marketing Your Brand!
  6. Impactful Ways to Care for Your Team

6

Sessions

54

Minutes

Mr Benny Se Teo
Co-Founder, Eighteen Chefs

Mr Benny Se Teo is well known in Singapore and wears many labels — ex-drug-addict, ex-convict, chef, restaurateur and social entrepreneur — and proves that it is never too late to begin life afresh. Now well-known as Chef Benny, he was the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer at Eighteen Chefs, where he was committed to hiring ex-offenders and youths-at-risk. Under Benny’s notable leadership, Eighteen Chefs was awarded the Best Western Chain Restaurant and Best of the Best Chain Restaurant in 2015 by RAS-Epicurean Award.

benny-se-teo

Mr Benny Se Teo
Co-Founder, Eighteen Chefs

6

Sessions

54

Minutes

ABOUT THIS COURSE

You may have an idea of how you can start a business to make things better in your community. You may have a passion for helping young children from low-income families, struggling families, single parents, ex-offenders, lonely elderly, or with an environmental issue.

But you may also be unsure of how to go about it or what the potential pitfalls may be. Many start-ups can change the world, but fail to sustain its momentum or fail to even get off the ground.

However, you can reduce the likelihood of failure. There is a path to success and sustainability for your social enterprise.

From this course, you will:

  • Learn how to clarify your vision, market and business model
  • Figure out the financials, legal work and partners (if any)
  • Understand why passion is important to happy customers
  • Get tips to market your brand
  • Master tips on how to take care of your team

Use these powerful lessons to cook up some social change and begin your start-up!

SESSIONS

  1. Start With a Clear Social Issue
  2. How to Identify Your Business Model
  3. Figure Out the Financials & Legal Work
  4. 5 Simple Ways to Meet Customer Needs Every time
  5. Let Your Business Take Off by Marketing Your Brand!
  6. Impactful Ways to Care for Your Team

ABOUT THE COURSE MASTER

Mr Benny Se Teo
Co-Founder, Eighteen Chefs

Benny Se Teo is well known in Singapore and wears many labels — ex-drug-addict, ex-convict, chef, restaurateur and social entrepreneur — and proves that it is never too late to begin life afresh. Now well-known as Chef Benny, he was the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer at Eighteen Chefs, where he was committed to hiring ex-offenders and youths-at-risk. Under Benny’s notable leadership, Eighteen Chefs was awarded the Best Western Chain Restaurant and Best of the Best Chain Restaurant in 2015 by RAS-Epicurean Award.