One major factor that has change the way business operates is due to the ever rising trend of technology and the rate of its advancements and their practical use. Business has never been so easy to do nowadays, you don’t need to have a large capital anymore to make it big in this cutthroat world, now you can do it with as little money as your weekly allowance or even for free if you know the right people, have the basic skills, have the passion for it, the will to see things through till the end and have some sliver of business sense.
Creating a startup can be done as easily as setting up the right kind of website that can get people interested in, or combining a complex array of information into one simplified platform tailored to the respective preference of their target audience, or even creating a mobile app that can be useful to the users and keep it up to date so that it won’t lose to any knockoffs or its competitors. So why don’t we continue with where we left off in the series and see the rest of the cast of young startup geniuses who have the rest of the business world at their heels.
Tang Min-Liang is the genius who co-founded Razer, the company that started out their business by making computer peripherals that are tailored to a specific market in the gaming realm, the PC master race. Tang Min-Liang and Robert Krakoff joined forces after meeting in an online game and noticed that their aren’t many companies that cater to high quality mouses, keyboards, headsets, and other accessories for the gaming community, and for the ones that did make them, aside from how few they were, none of that had style. So they created Razer and has since become one of the top PC gaming peripherals retailers in the world.