Whether you're an aspiring start-up, serial entrepreneur, or self-starting freelancer, you're welcome to take this opportunity to grow by networking and sharing with one another. Take time this Thursday evening to connect with like-minded people, and experience culinary delights in a cosy environment.
This month's speaker is Mark Zhang, who is a successful start-upper in his own right. Learn fundamental marketing principles for starting-up and sustaining a venture via an interactive question and answer format.
This is a unique experience well worth attending. The speaker is a serious professional who has taken time off his busy schedule to contribute and educate participants in maximising your marketing dollar through simple and easily implementable online and offline marketing strategies. Not only will you gain much insight from the presentation, selected participants will also receive a special door gift courtesy of the venue hosts.
Do arrive around fifteen minutes early to place your orders for dinner/refreshments, and to mingle with the speakers and fellow early-birds!
This informal session is from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Pay-As-You-Consume. There are no additional fees.
To maximise participants' enjoyment, kindly:-
- Bring sufficient name cards, at least 20, for purpose of exchange
- Place your order before taking your seat
- Relax, be your curious self, and enjoy!
Respond Sincerely as Valued Professionals -- attendance shall be amended to reflect reality. For further clarifications or queries, feel free to contact Thomas @ 9145-0753.
“No man is an island, entire of itself;
every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main."
-- John Donne
About Mark Zhang, co-Founder, TeeFaction.com
Mark is a freedom fighter. Bureaucracy is his kryptonite. In his world, rules are meant to be broken, and entrepreneurship is the hammer.
Mark is the co-founder of TeeFaction, a crowd-funding platform that helps communities to create and sell custom t-shirts with no upfront cost and no risk. Some clients include HardwareZone, AWARE, NUS, and various Singapore celebrity bloggers.
Prior to TeeFaction, Mark led another startup Slipstopper in 2012, which was featured on PC Magazine and was successfully funded on KickStarter.
Additionally, while working for ASUS, Mark saved the company a quarter of a million dollars in advertising fees, and grew its community fan base from 50,000 to over a million in less than a year.