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Startup Grind Singapore Welcomes Rodrigo Martinez

Tired with a blue Monday? Grab yourselves some beers and get grinding with an awesome speaker at our Startup Grind monthly meetup on Monday evening, On November 19th. Let’s welcome Rodrigo, an entrepreneur from Brazil who just landed in Singapore 6 months ago. He’s a successful internet visionary, a serial entrepreneur with 2 successful startup exits with the latter exited after a year and a half. He’s also an investor at

Come to meet him and get inspired about his stories on how to get focused from day one, with a vision to create value for the customers and identify who are the big players likely to acquire your startup, laying the road for a big exit strategy. Yet he also made some mistakes along the way. He will share them all.

We welcome all startups to join and share your exit strategy with us, if you so you will recieve a free entry pass for sure. After telling us your strategy Rodrigo will help you judge it. He’s perfectly qualified as he is to be one of the mentors at the JFDI bootcamp next year.



6:30pm: Registration. Grab some beers with snack.

7:00pm: Rodrigo to share the story

7:30pm: Startups to share exit strategies

8:00pm: Burning questions to get answered by Rodrigo

8:30pm: Networking and continue with beer flows (Be a good idea to find a designated driver)


We are hosting this month event at The Hub Singapore.

HUB Singapore is a community of people who want to use enterprising ideas to create sustainable impact. Our Hubbers come from different industries, powered by all kinds of social or environmental missions.

We're at 113 Somerset Road, National Youth Council Academy- the red building next to Triple One and 2 minutes from Somerset MRT.

Part of a global network of 32 HUBs, we are the first HUB in Asia! HUBs worldwide are hosted environments that actively connect Hubbers, help them to collaborate, accelerate their impact, creating a home in which to co-work, attend events, and run events.


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Startup Grind is an event series and website designed to help educate, inspire, and connect local entrepreneurs. Each month we welcome an amazing speaker who shares their story with our community and tells us what worked, what didn't, and what they'll do differently next time. It's an amazing opportunity to learn from the best, network with other members of the startup community, and improve your chances of entrepreneurial success. For more information visit or follow us on twitter @StartupGrind.


Son Le Thanh - Director of Startup Grind Singapore

Son is a software developer and co-founder of, an interactive map representing startup community in Singapore.

Email: [masked] | Twitter: @thsonvt



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  • A former member
    A former member

    Very interesting, gave me a real boost !

    November 21, 2012

  • Rio

    Rodrigo is genuine and inspirational. He freely shared his own mistakes and no-nonsense analyses. Let's create that intensity in our mind... to make time slow down.

    November 20, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    good cosy townhall sharing kinda feel. And nice insights coupled with stories from Rodrigo about his experiences.

    November 19, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    This is a very good session. I have learnt a lot. Thank you

    November 19, 2012

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