Is it possible that Curiosity can get in the way of your progress as a young entrepreneur or startup company ? The answer depends on how you utilize your curiosity.
It's no doubt that every entrepreneur should have a amount of curiosity that drives them to innovate, build a business, and solve problems. This trait can come as an advantage or disadvantage to your entrepreneurial journey depending on how it is managed.
In this event we discuss how entrepreneurs can take advantage of their curiosity and the downsides of not utilizing it well.
Founder & Managing Director
Simon is a geek, an entrepreneur, passionate about the mechanisms of influence, and can’t stay away from news portals. He leads Influence Matters with the vision that only great work will drive the agency’s growth, so he puts clients’ results before anything else at work. His wife and 3 children are the bosses at home.
Simon specializes in creating impactful ways to activate ecosystems of influence to generate awareness in highly targeted circles, with a particular focus on B2B tech, market entry, corporate, brand and product communications.
Simon has experience of 14 years in cross-border PR for Tech Companies, he also founded and runs several organizations including Networking Matters, the China Tech PR Network and La French Tech Beijing Hub
Chapter DirectorSee Bio
Sheyi is the Chapter Director of Startup Grind Beihang University in Beijing. He is also the editor of Startup Grind Greater China video and production team.
As a Chapter director and Editor, he promotes entrepreneurship and innovation within Beijing startup ecosystem through events, workshops, and the entrepreneur spotlight video series where founders and key players within China startup ecosystem are featured.
Sheyi is also an aeronautics engineering graduate. He is currently a UAV designer and computational fluid dynamics engineer at Airforce Institute of Technology in Kaduna, NIgeria.