EntrepreneurShit Series | Running a successful cafe has its own challenges

Written by CS Haw Published on     1 min read

What does running a cafe really entail?

Many of us have dreams of owning a cafe one day. I must admit, I’m one of them too. However, do we really know what goes behind the scenes, and what it really takes to run a cafe?

In this week, EntrepreneurShit introduces Azurah Khalid, who was the chef-owner of Wilder, one of Singapore’s top halal cafes. However, she ultimately decided to close down the place in order to pursue other things that are more meaningful to her.

What are the challenges that come with running a successful cafe? Azurah shares her thoughts on:

  • Challenges bring a women entrepreneur
  • Having a place for women entrepreneurs to connect with each other
  • Advice to fellow entrepreneurs

Watch the full interview here:

EntrepreneurShit is a series by The Financial Coconut, our community partner at Oasis.  To get future episodes, please subscribe to The Financial Coconut’s youtube channel.

CS Haw is the co-founder of The Financial Coconut. Before this, he had attempted 5 other startups and has also gotten the chance to learn how to spend over 8 figures in direct response advertising. He is currently focusing his free time on learning how to grow businesses through other avenues and is always on the lookout to be the dumbest person in the conversation.

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CS Haw


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