The Big Picture is a business podcast that is on a mission to shift the mentality that Filipinos are not business-oriented. If you are someone who wants to start a business, already on your way, or has a business already that wants to scale, this podcast is for you. We interview Filipino entrepreneurs from all walks of life, learning their stories, and how they've made it happen. It's time to SEE, THINK, and ACT Big mga pinoys! See you on the show!
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Links & Resources
- Bernard Huang breaks down his timeline with failed projects.
- Bernard shares his story on taking over a foreclosed Dickey’s Barbeque Pit.
- “Least Common Denominator Syndrome”.
- What made Bernard want to be a Founder.
- What ultimately led to the shut down of Mosec.
- Four reasons a technology startup would come to exist.
- Bernard Huang chats about Silicon Valley.
- Bernard’s thoughts on Product Market Fit.
- Food, Gaming, SEO.
- Advice Bernard would give to his past self.
Links & Resources
- Clearscope - Advanced optimization platform that helps you produce relevant, high-quality content that attracts more search traffic.
- Dickey’s Barbecue Pit - Family-owned American barbecue restaurant chain based in Dallas, Texas.
- Mosec, Mobile Secretary - Mosec Mobile Secretary is an Android-only mobile app that helps users organize business meetings and communication.
- Food By People - Buy and sell baked goods online.
- Mushi Labs - An independent SEO consultancy where stakeholders do 100% of the work.
- 42Floors - A commercial Real Estate Search Engine helping you search a comprehensive database of listings, allowing you to inquire directly with listings agents about available space.
- Game Runners - A coaching service helping players stay ahead of the curve by picking up the best new strategies fastest.
- Bernard’s Twitter