#Asia e27 Community Spotlight profiles: UnBum, STORM Technologies, CamboTicket, ShopBack


Here are four great individuals that we have featured on e27 Community Spotlight, sharing what they love most about working for a startup

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We believe in Asia’s startups, and that is why e27 aims to be an ecosystem builder, not just a media outlet. To achieve this, we are working hard to provide the services and support that startups across the region need, and shine the spotlight on the awesome people behind these companies and communities.

One of the ways we’re doing this is through our e27 Community Spotlight on our Facebook page, which features someone from a different startup every week. We ask them to make their own #e27community hashtag fan sign to show their support for this growing startup community that we are building together in Southeast Asia and beyond.

Here are four great individuals that we have featured on e27 Community Spotlight, sharing what they love most about working for a startup.

“What I love about working in a startup is that I get to be my best self, as the ideas I contribute can be as creative and limitless as they can be. There are no rules to live by, so long as I have the numbers to back me up. I have the opportunity to disrupt, inspire people, and be a game changer in the industry. In a startup, impossible is nothing!” – Ryza Dipatuan, Chief Growth Officer, UnBum

“In a startup company, every person gets the opportunity and privilege to create immediate impact because there is less hierarchy, process, or structure. A lean startup like STORM acts fast, so we see whether our strategy is working or not and are quick to make necessary adjustments. We at STORM are innovators, not only when it comes to our products, but also when it comes to our culture. Each of us really has a hand in moulding our unique culture of relentless learning, and this is something we are proud of.” – Cindy Burdette, Head of Client Acquisitions and Servicing Team, STORM Technologies

“It’s about two years now that I have been working for CamboTicket. I think working for startup companies gives you a lot of responsibilities from Day One. We are a small and cohesive team, and as such, the company’s structure is very flexible: We all end up doing many very different things and learning a lot from each other. It is also very rewarding to experience life in a company that is growing so dynamically and be part of the scaling up process. Particularly for tech startups like us who are changing the market, the transition from an innovative idea to industry leader is very exciting,”  – Thai Sila, Operations and Customer Support Manager, CamboTicket

“A startup is like a stage where everyone shines as a rockstar. Nobody is a side character (as startups can’t afford them), so everyone is a lead character in their own field. Whatever you do on stage is almost immediately evident to the audience as there’s nowhere to hide. You own both the cheering and the jeering. And I’m loving this stage.” – Alberto Resco, Engineering Manager, ShopBack

Do you work for a startup? Would you like to be featured next on the e27 Facebook page? Then post in the comments your brief answer to this question: “What do you love most about working for a startup?”

We will reach out to you if you get selected and let you know how you can send us your own #e27community hashtag fan sign.

Who knows, the next e27 Community Spotlight might feature you!

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