Ep 126 – Why Is It Not Ok To Make A Change?
Ep 126 - Why Is It Not Ok To Make A Change?
Wendy Chan is a finance grad who took a long hard look at a career working for someone else before thinking: what else? As the Co-founder and CEO of PackMojo (a B2B start-up helping businesses get affordable, custom packaging), Wendy spends her days combining her love of strategy and design to make something functional, affordable and different. In this no-holds-barred chat, Wendy reflects on the constant of change, lessons from a start-up and the steps it takes to launch something of value.
When we asked today’s guest how we can get ok with making the decision to change, she challenged us with a question: why is it not ok to make a change?
Welcome to the mind of Wendy Chan: discomfort guaranteed, growth optional.
As the Co-founder and CEO of PackMojo (a B2B start-up helping businesses get affordable, custom packaging), Wendy has been on both sides of the capitalism crossfire, there’s few success stories but if you’re willing to try, you can’t really lose: there is value in every experience.
In today’s episode, Wendy shares her experience moving from the United States to Hong Kong, why we must stop magnifying our problems and how Packmojo went from a friend’s idea to a collaborative dream-team.
Combining wit and pragmatism, Wendy urges us to fail, reminds us to try and makes a case for trying before asking.
Wendy Chan is a marketing-guru turned consumer goods entrepreneur. As the Co-Founder and CEO of PackMojo, Wendy combines elevated design and technology to help businesses get affordable, high quality, custom packaging. This passion for technology and B2B businesses led her to be recognised on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.