Saya telah menghadiri SUPERB Bizpitch di bangunan MAgic di Cyberjaya. Dari beribu permohonan, sebanyak lebih kurang 1700 permohonan telah disenarai pendek untuk sessi kedua Superb Bizpitch ini
Masa diberikan selama 5 minit. Ada 4 orang panel dari pelbagai agensi.
Saya telah pitch berkenaan idea Akademi Matematik
- Mengumpul dan melatih pelajar2 genius dan talented modul2 pengkayaan Matematik, Sains dan ICT
- Memberikan pendedahan pertandingan berasaskan Matematik,Sains dan ICT di peringkat antarabangsa
- Membimbing pelajar-pelajar ini mendapat tempat di universiti terkemuka dunia
- Menjadi penganjur kepada pertandingan-pertandingan berasaskan pendidikan, seminar seminar, forum forum dll
- Memboehkan para pelajar ini menghasilkan jurnal, penyelidikan dan pembangunan produk digital sebelum menginjak umur 19 tahun
- Penganjuran pertandingan
- Yuran dan bayaran pendaftaran
- Penerbitan dan hakcipta
Pitch saya tidak disertai sebarang slide dan saya telah habiskan pitch saya dalam tempoh 3.5 minit. 1.5 minit telah digunakan untuk sesi Q n A
Apa itu ‘Growth Hacking’ (GH)? Wikipedia mentermakan GH sebagai teknik permasaran yang digunapakai oleh startup menggunakan kreativiti, permikiran analitik, dan sosial media bagi menjual atau mendapatkan pendedahan maksimum satu-satu produk .
Sebenarnya, sekiranya anda pengguna aplikasi seperti Dropbox, Gmail, Instagram dan Groupon, GH merupakan satu teknik yang sangat anda kenal. Di Malaysia, teknik permasaran GH belum lagi digunakan secara meluas. Teknik permasaran ini anda boleh cuba bagi mengembangkan lagi perniagaan anda,
Sekiranya anda ingin tahu lanjut berkenaan dengan GH, saya ingin mencadangkan buku ‘Growth Hacker Marketing’ oleh Ryan Holiday. Buku nipis 50 muka surat ini menerangkan secara ringkas tentang GH dan langkah-langkah asas yang perlu diambil. Ia bukanlah manual lengkap untuk merealisasikan teknik GH bagi perniagaan anda, tapi ia cukup bagi anda mendapat perspektif baru tentang permasaran.
Sebahagian daripada petikan dari buku ini.
- Growth Hackers are the new VPs of marketing
- Growth hacking is what marketing would be if it was invented right now instead of 150 years ago
- Make your service indispensable, find some loophole or underexploited niche, encouraging word of mouth and finally, ruthlessly optimizing based on data and feedback.
Anda boleh download PDF buku ini disini: Growth_Hacker_Marketing_Ryan_Holiday
- Growth Hackers are the new VPs of marketing
Para pembaca blog ini dijemput untuk menghadiri Open House amp; Office-Warming Aidan sempena pembukaan pejabat baru kami.
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Beberapa minggu lepas, Aidan buat company trip ke Cherating. Menginap di The Legend Beach Resort selama 3 hari 2 malam. Total yang dapat join trip ni seramai 27 orang, termasuk kanak-kanak dan babies. Sangat meriah, especially waktu makan.
Selain aktiviti-aktiviti air, kami singgah jugak di Colmar Tropicale, melawat Turtle Sanctuary, dan lepak di Teluk Chempedak. Sempat jugak singgah Chukai untuk shopping keropok, keropok lekor, otak-otak dan sata.
Antara aktiviti yang menarik ialah Firelfy River Cruise. Ramai-ramai naik bot kecik, tengok kelip-kelip sepanjang sungai Cherating di waktu malam. Ramai yg first time, so berkelip-kelip lah mata semua, ye lah dapat tengok kelip-kelip. Tanpa diundang mahupun membayar tiket, hujan turut mengiringi cruise kami. So by the time habis cruise, semua basah kuyup.
Aktiviti yang paling menarik ialah Baby Turtle Release. Kami lepaskan penyu-penyu yang masih baby ke laut. Hampir 30 ekor penyu dilepaskan warga Aidan. Letak je penyu atas pantai, terus terkedek2 dia jalan atas pasir menuju ke air laut. Sangat comel. Kecik-kecik dah pandai berenang.
Last week, I had the opportunity to join the WIEF Young Fellows 2013.
The holistic leadership program was held in Durban, South Africa, involving 28 selected young leaders, entrepreneurs and change makers from 18 different countries: Sri Lanka, USA, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Nigeria, India, Palestine, Singapore, Egypt, South Africa, Canada, Tanzania, Russia, Sudan, Mozambique, Norway, Uganda.
It was an awesome experience!
The program gave me the opportunity to improve my leadership ability and skills, learn about cutting-edge research on leadership and social change. I discovered firsthand not only what makes full-profit or non-profit organizations successful, but how such organizations can be socially responsible as well.
To me, the 7-day program was quite well structured. There were classes that provided a crash course on leadership theories, social ideas, and business lessons – sort of a very quick MBA revision. And then there were group assignments that forced us to immediately put what we’ve learned into practice.
We also had the chance to meet several CEOs, such as Pria Hassan (CEO of WOA Fuels and Oils), Mehmood (CEO of a clothing company), Ebrahim Patel (CEO of Magellan Investment), and Shabir Chohan (CEO of Al Baraka Bank), who gave an insight on how they run multi-million or billion dollar organizations. They shared their stories and gave candid advice, and ultimately inspired us to be a much better person – good-hearted and successful. And I found out that these big shots also have only 24 hours per day, just like we mere mortals do hah ;).
During the program, most of our time was spent trying to absorb the gist of one PowerPoint presentation after another, but there were several outdoor activities as well. I did yoga for the first time in my life in one morning, jogged around Musgrave in another, participated in a scavenger hunt around Durban, and ran in a relay race at the Botanical Gardens. Not bad for a 7-day program eh?
And although I’m vocally challenged, I managed to perform a few skits during the program. I sang acapella, played a ‘djembe’ drum, danced a ‘dikir barat’, and even rapped to the tune of Queen’s “We Will Rock You” – mostly in public places, no less!
My awesome group was called the ‘Ooh La Las’, perhaps due to the carefree nature of its members: Rail (Russia), Abid (Pakistan), Moosa (South Africa), Shazmin (India), Ausma (Canada), and Suma (Tanzania). We usually start each group task pessimistically, but somehow we ended up either winning or tieing for 1st place in each of them.
Much to my surprise, we also won the main project assignment, beating the three other (better-named) groups (the ‘Titan Green’, the ‘Human Tribe’, and the ‘Empowered Seed’) who were in my opinion as good, if not better.
To be honest, with the eclectic participants and the hectic schedule, the whole program reminds me of The Amazing Race TV show. The difference is that we were not competing against each other; we were sort of a big team, helping each other throughout the program.
Ok, actually we did compete for a few tasks, but it was only for temporary bragging rights (did I mention my group won? ;)), not to avoid elimination like The Amazing Race or The Apprentice.
This trip to Durban wasn’t a touristy one, but I did get the chance to experience a safari tour at the Hluhluwe–Umfolozi Game Reserve, the oldest natural park in Africa. Although 20 times smaller than the more famous Kruger National Park, its area is still bigger than the whole of Singapore!
Witnessing the african elephants, zebras, giraffes, cape buffalos, rhinos and other exotic wildlife roaming freely as nature intended while we drove through their habitats is a wonderful experience. Sadly, we didn’t get to see lions, but I guess that’s one reason to visit South Africa again soon ;).
Durban is indeed a charming city that boasts a hilly landscape and breathtaking beaches, but what charmed me more was the way most local people who I’ve met exude warm hospitality and genuine cordiality. To the South Africans (Taskeen, Tazkiyyah, Moosa, Gaathier, and especially my roommate Ridwaan) and other ‘Durbanites’ too many to mention here, may Allah reward all of you immensely.
The program was also graced by the presence of the KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Zweli Mkhize (one of the nine South African Premiers) and the former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Musa Hitam.
I take my hat off to the superbly competent organizing team, which consists of Fazil (Malaysia), Maruf (Bangladesh), Asad (United States), Anas (Egypt), Said (Comoros). It is not easy to manage 28 boisterous adults, and maintain the program structure and discipline, while at the same time tweaking the program along the way to accommodate our demanding feedbacks, but somehow they did it superbly well with seemingly effortless ease.
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And throughout the entire program, all the other participants were never mic shy to voice out their enlightening ideas and valuable experiences, so I definitely learned as much from them as well. Thanks so much guys!
I must say it’s a privilege for me to have met all of them. I can still recall everyone was a bit serious and pokerfaced during the first session, but by the second day, everyone became more comfortable with each other that their true colors started coming out, and I must say their vibe, strength and warmth was amazing. I think we connected at a level deeper than one would expect in such a short program like this.
Don’t be fooled by the cheerful and innocent faces you see in the picture here, because underneath their youthful looks lies wisdom and maturity that belies their age. Each of them is a leader or a change maker in various areas and capacities, but it is obvious to me that all of them have at least one thing in common: the sheer drive and tenacity to excel in whatever they do.
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May Allah bless us all and guide us to the right path and fulfill all our dreams in this world and hereafter, ameen.
Alhamdulillah, I was selected to join the WIEF Young Fellows 2013, which will be held at Durban, South Africa.
I”m grateful to be among the 24 selected
participants. Malaysia has 2 representatives for this year’s event, including myself.
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A brief description on the program by WIEF:
“This holistic leadership development program will take place in Durban, South Africa and will bring together 24 of some the most passionate young change-makers from all over the world. The program is intended to nurture a first-class leadership mindset that focuses on overall human growth emphasising leadership management values, entrepreneurship, environmental and social awareness, creativity and the spiritual wellbeing of the individual.”
More info on WIEF Young Fellows 2013 here: http://wief.org/wief-young-leaders-network/93/
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I found some interesting statistics on women entrepreneurship in Malaysia:
- Based on a recent census, only 16% of Malaysian SMEs (or close to 83,000 businesses) are owned by women entrepreneurs. (In the U.S., 40% of enterprises are owned by women)
- 89.5% of women-owned businesses in Malaysia are in the service industry.
- Many of them provide services only within the “feminine” work scope e.g. childcare and pre-school, baby and children apparels, beauty and skin care, training and consultancy, property management, and insurance.
Our Malaysian government provides various forms of support and assistance specifically for women entreprenuers, via organizations such as:
- Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (MWFCD) – an agency established in 2001 to promote women to venture into businesses, especially in the set up of sole enterprises or small partnership from home.
- The National Women Entrepreneurs Award (NWEA) – jointly introduced and endorsed by MITI and MWFCD to provide financial assistance, and recognise the achievement of women entrepreneurs from various industries in Malaysia.
- Federation of Women Entrepreneurs (FEM) – an NGO that equips women entrepreneurs with the necessary knowledge and competencies in establishing and running their small businesses.
- Association of Bumiputra Women Entrepreneur Network of Malaysia (WENA) – a not-for-profit association established in 2003, dedicated towards championing women’s right in business, and promoting business excellence amongst women entrepreneurs.
- National Association of Women Entrepreneurs Malaysia (NAWEM) – an NGO that provides networking opportunities and skill training programs, which not only cover essential business skills, such as
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AMARAN AWAL! Ini video makan dalam punye….nasib la sesapa nak sakit hati. Saya sangat suka video ni sebab sy yakin bahawa sy antara orang yang paling faham apa yg dikatakan dalam video ni. hehe.
Apa perancangan bisnes anda untuk tahun 2013??
Ada beberapa bidang yang saya jangka akan mendatangkan margin keuntungan yang besar untuk tahun 2013 bagi usahawan kecil dan sederhana
1. Alternatif kedai Fizikal kepada kedai Online
Memulakan perniagaan online kini tidak susah seperti dahulu. Saya meilhat perniagaan online adalah sangat penting terutama kepada mereka yang sudah ada kedai fizikal. Tapi apakah kunci kekuatan perniagaan online 2013? Kekuatannya ialah
Kedai online perlu pertingkatkan capaian pelanggan dari lokaliti yang sama. Terutama kedai2 fizikal. Kedai fizikal mempunyai tarikan kepada penduduk sekitar. Tapi dengan peningkatan gaya hidup manusia yang semakin sebok dan gemar berbelanja online, kedai online yang menumpukan kepada lokaliti tertentu mampu memberikan mereka kemudahan dan membantu jualan kedai fizikal anda.
Ramalan : Speedmart99 akan ada kedai online
Implementasi : POS software yang boleh integrate dgn e-commerce software.Mudah untuk inventori dan accounting
2. Perniagaan berteraskan alam sekitar
Kempen hijaukan bumi dan kesedaran manusia untuk memelihara alam sekitar semakin boleh membantu melonjakkan perniagaan anda. Apa sahaja bentuk perniagaan anda, kaitkan dengan Green Tech, Mesra Alam dan Kitar Semula
Tapi pastikan ianya beretika. Jangan pula anda claim perniagaan anda hijau, tetapi sebenarnya menggunakan item2 murah dari China
Buat bisnes kitar semula minyak masak contohnya.
Ramalan : Makin ramai orang akan claim itemnya organik. Istilah organik akan menjadi popular.
Implementasi : Source barang organik dari pembekal yang beretika. India mempunyai banyak produk yang mesra alam terutama dalam bidang tekstil dan makanan.
3. Perniagaan berteraskan kesihatan
Kesihatan merupakan topik penting dalam tahun2 mendatang. Peratusan dunia yang tua didalam dunia ini semakin membesar dari tahun ke tahun. Home nursing, gimnasium, pusat rawatan alternatif, pusat jagaan orang tua adalah antara bisnes menarik untuk tahun hadapan.
Bisnes kesihatan ini berbeza antara satu sama lain.Seperti home nursine care,ia tidak memerlukan modal besar. Manakala gimnasium dan dialisis memerlukan modal yang besar untuk memulakannya.
Ramalan : Masalah lebihan pelajar lulusan jururawat akan dapat diatasi.
Implementasi : Latihan perniagaan dan keusahawanan kepada profesional perlu dipergiatkan. (baca yang tersirat. Kepada pembekal latihan keusahawanan ambil perhatian. Bisnes bisnes bisnes untuk anda)
Jam pon dah pukul 845 am pagi, saya ada temujanji dengan peserta trip borong China pagi ini. Kami akan ke Plaza Borong Beg dan Kulit.
Marketing is not sales, and it”s critical to know the difference between the two.
Broadly, marketing creates the atmosphere to make it easy for sales to happen. Marketing consists of things like:
Marketing Strategy: your product must be aimed at consumers in only one of the Mass Market, Mid-Market or High-end Market. Aiming your product at