Welcome to Season 7 of the Womenpreneur Asia podcast!
I'm your host, Krista Goon, and I'm thrilled to be back, uncovering the amazing stories and strategies of Asian women entrepreneurs in Asia to inspire and support you on your own business journey.
I'm excited to introduce you to our guest, a remarkable Malaysian entrepreneur, Amutha Subramaniam, the founder and director of HERS Manufacturing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Amutha's journey is nothing short of inspiring. At 47 years old, she embarked on her business with absolutely no knowledge of e-commerce, and for the first two years, she struggled to make any sales.
However, her unwavering eagerness to learn about online selling and her persistence ultimately paid off in a big way.
Today, she runs a highly successful 7-figure business, exporting food and beverages to the Pacific Islands.
It wasn't an easy path for Amutha, though. After her divorce, she found herself as a single mother with no capital, but she refused to be defined by her circumstances.
Moving from Johor Bahru to Kuala Lumpur, she faced her challenges with courage and stepped out of her comfort zone to chase her ambitions.
The essence of this podcast lies in the belief that each of us carries a powerful story within ourselves.
These stories have the potential to inspire other women to embark on their own ventures, be it a business or a movement.
Amutha's journey from ground zero is a testament to the fact that with an unstoppable attitude and determination, one can overcome any obstacle and learn everything one needs along the way.
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Today's episode is sponsored by Redbox Studio.
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