Active Mentor & Coach for startup founders;
Co-Director of Founder Institute in Malaysia;
Ambassador of AngelHack;
Ecosystem Builder in Southeast Asia;
Founder & CEO of Corate - organising knowledge for mankind.
I've been running Founder Institute programs for more than 3 years, this experience given me the opportunity to advise over 100 early-stage startup founders.
Read "Why Entrepreneurship is an Attitude": https://fi.co/posts/20531
I will help you to develop clarity about priorities as a startup founders, as well as shaping your mindset and crafting action plans for transformational improvements.
I built multiple communities from the ground up, which then became the largest and most cohesive entrepreneurs, developers community & product managers community in my country - Malaysia.
StartupMamak - largest startup founders community (over 5000 patrons);
Founder Institute - part of world's premier startup launch program in over 100 cities;
AngelHack - part of world's largest hackathon movement, organizer of largest professional hackathon in Malaysia (over 300 innovators);
Kairos Society - founding member of Kairos Society ASEAN - Malaysia sub-chapter;
Product+ - dedicated community for product managers to share best practices and thought leadership.
I can help with best practices for being a first-time CEO. From community building, operations, budgeting, and strategy to build a multi-talented team, product roadmap, and fundraising.
On top of what was discussed here, the most important message to convey via a practical title is:
a) did you started the company - e.g. Founder, Co-Founder
b) what's your key role (whom you make most of the decisions as) - e.g. CEO, COO, Business Development, Product, Marketing
There will be drawbacks when your audience are not sure what you do by reading your title, e.g. Chief Rainmaker, Chief Problem Solver... <- bad examples