So You Want My Job?

Her new­est brain­child, Bfab is all you need to look like a mil­lion bucks.

CLEO (Malaysia) - - YOUR LIFE, YOUR RULES! -

I’ve al­ways wanted to run my own startup and prior to Bfab, I’ve had two other busi­nesses. One was in brand­ing and de­sign, and another, a startup called Lulu. The in­spi­ra­tion for this lat­est ven­ture came from join­ing a hackathon and win­ning sec­ond place. That ex­pe­ri­ence val­i­dated my idea, and mo­ti­vated me to re­ally work on beauty e-com­merce full­time. trans­par­ent and ef­fi­cient. They’ll get in­stant no­ti­fi­ca­tions when­ever there’s a can­cel­la­tion or change of sched­ule. And as of March, with over 350 mer­chants un­der our brand, we’re proud to say that we have the big­gest sa­lon and spa se­lec­tion in Klang Val­ley. heard sto­ries of how this in­dus­try can treat women but thank­fully, I’ve never been at the re­ceiv­ing end of that, and I’ve been lucky enough to work with in­vestors who are very pro-women too. If you are ded­i­cated and put in the hard work, peo­ple will in­evitably give you the re­spect you de­serve.

Don’t judge the book by its cover. Bfab may be a rel­a­tively new ven­ture but it has re­ceived fund­ing from KK Fund, 500 Star­tups and Cap­tii Ven­tures.

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