I have been working with a lot of Entrepreneur’s over the last 6 years as a consultant, a business leader, and one myself. There are two types of Entrepreneurs and I have definitions for them:
1. Successful Entrepreneur
2. Unsuccessful Entrepreneur
3. New Entrepreneur
Not very catchy definitions are they? Let me define them based on their characteristics because the ìNew Entrepreneur’ out there could save them self a lot of headache if they look for behavior that generally leads them to failure.
Are you a foreign national who would like to move to Singapore and start a new business? Or perhaps you are currently on an employment pass working for another company in Singapore but would rather quit and incorporate your own business here? If the answer to any one of the above is ‘yes’, the Singapore Entrepreneur Pass (EntrePass) is for you.
There are typical barriers that so called friends and advisors, put in your way if you are thinking of starting a business. The barriers to starting a business are built on the back of myths about the pitfalls and challenges which surround running your own business. We take a look at some of these myths and reveal them to be exactly that – just myths!