I talked about the challenges that we face, how we overcome the challenges, things that we have learned and most importantly introduced the company and what we believe in. Personally, it was a breakthrough for me as I presented it entirely in Japanese (with my limited broken Japanese). — at Startup Cafe.
They were wondering how I manage to run a business oversea while pursuing my master's degree in Kyushu University. Frankly speaking, I wouldn't be able to do this without my partners, Sean and Jian Ming who in-charge of operations and marketing. It takes a team's effort and dedication to keep the ball rolling and I'm thankful of that.
This event made me realised how important teamwork and networking are. Most importantly, it reminded me how we first started Moku-moku and WHY. The reason behind would keep us growing and moving. Thank you Kego International for the oppurtunity to connect us with the entreprenuers in Japan.