What does it take to be an Entrepreneur? Join us as Shadi Tabbara shares his Entrepreneurial mindset and an inside glance at his journey of becoming a successful Entrepreneur from Lebanon.
In Entreprenergy’s breakout interview, Shadi Tabbara of brate talks about how he started his business after a year of working on the idea, and when he met his co-founder and took his Entrepreneurial Leap. Listen to his journey and know more about brate which is available in 9 countries and expanding. Get ready for the ENERGY.
- Lack of Sales experience, cost Shadi and the business to be late to enter the market, it took them 4 months to contact their clients and tune their idea in a better way to be able to sell it. Shadi’s advice is to start taking action because getting trained and attending conferences are not enough to give you the experience. Listen to his answer and takeaway lesson.
Entrepreneurial IDEA Moment
- Are you looking for the Next Big Thing? Shadi kept on thinking about how to ease the way people buy things and minimize the process of asking for the best product or business around them. After he met with his co-founder, Sameeh Harfoush, they figured out that they are working on the same idea, and it was the time to start brate. A valuable takeaway lesson taken from his Professor Tarek Kettaneh about coming up with an idea, and what to do about it. Listen for more ENERGY and get ready to take ACTION.
- What is holding you back from becoming an Entrepreneur? Listen to Shadi and how the idea was an essential step to take the leap. Best Advice is to remember that all businesses want to increase their sales. One of the habits for Shadi is to keep on working and focusing on the problem or challenge until it is solved. Listen to more insights during the ENERGY round.
Best Business Book
- The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell.