HKU MBA Students and Alumni Commentary
Theren Moodley (Class of 2022)
Bootstrapping and running your own business means everything is a bit of a challenge. You have to wear multiple hats and learn how to do everything from the strategy to the execution yourself, across multiple business functions. This means you learn a lot, but you always feel like there’s so much more to learn.
Charlotte Guan（Class of 2022）
Step out of your comfort zone and enter your growth zone. Connecting with people from different backgrounds and perspectives can diversify your professional network. The greatest ability in business is to get along with others and to influence their actions.
Pavan Kumar Arasappa (Class of 2022)
The quality of ideas depends on the attributes identified and the people involved in the ideation process. It helps to have diversity and expertise in the room.
Yuta Shirahata & Meon Tang (Class of 2021)
For those who are considering becoming an entrepreneur, we understand that it might take months or even years to think and plan beforehand. You can plan, however it is hard to predict everything and you would most likely have to pivot along the way. Do not be afraid to fail, since we believe that if you aren’t failing, you are not trying hard enough.