Start-up Stars: Jeannie Poon and no bursting her bubbles with TeaHeeSG

  • Starting and growing a small business is no small feat.
  • The new start-up needs its founder to plot a course – to decide how to grow the business, and then do it.
  • It is likely to take between six  months to a year before you will see any real results so do not expect to knock it out of the park in the first month.
  • In our first of a weekly series Start-Up Stars, TheHomeGround Asia looks at how the tenacity to succeed helped this young entrepreneur to make a change for the better.

Let’s face it … starting your own business, especially a start-up where you are likely to do something that you have never done before is like diving headlong into the abyss.

You have to develop a product or service, find your market, get customers, and develop internal systems to make everything run smoothly.

A start-up is a torrent of anxiety yet these brave entrepreneurs make it look so easy.

In the first of our weekly series Start-Up Stars, TheHomeGround Asia speaks to TeaHee Singapore’s Jeannine Poon on her struggles and successes and how she successfully pivoted and changed her bubble tea business.

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