Your business is unique.
Sure, there are others like you in your industry. But almost everyone is on a different path – with different assets, goals, priorities, and problems.
Naturally, it follows that the knowledge and tools you need to grow your business differ from the next business owner.
There is rarely any regard for:
To exacerbate the situation, most courses offer little to no post-training support, saying “goodbye 👋” after the end of their programmes.
At Xpertise, we envision a world where it isn’t this hard.
A world where education is personalised – tailored to the needs of each individual.
This becomes possible at scale when we combine 2 teaching methods:
This way, entrepreneurs have a framework for growing their business and an "accountability partner" (with the right expertise) to keep you on track – saving you the time and headache of figuring it all out yourself.
On top of that, our programmes are a fraction of the fees you would pay a marketing professional or consultant (a decent one sets you back $1,000s per month).
I had the privilege of studying in some of Singapore's best schools: Ai Tong School (primary), Singapore Sports School (secondary), and Hwa Chong Junior College.
Blended learning, healthy instructor-to-student ratios, high-quality lectures and tutorials, teachers who were always ready to help... Studying in those institutions, your growth & success as a student was the focal point of it all.
However, I eventually ended up dropping out in my 2nd year of Junior College, as my goals were more entrepreneurial.
Over the next few years, I took a stab at learning what I was interested in: Start-ups, e-commerce, trading, investments, sales, etc. But most days were difficult, and I rarely saw success.
What stood out to me during this period was how I'd been "spoiled" through my years in school. I was guided to my potential by well-informed, well-meaning teachers, and a strong support system.
Contrast that with my experience post-drop-out – spending 100s of hours on research (Google and YouTube became my best friends), deciding on which gurus I should learn from, and filtering for helpful resources. Most importantly, what happened when I (inevitably) met with roadblocks? There wasn't anyone to get feedback from. Getting back on track was usually a slow, solo process.
I felt overwhelmed, all the time.
But I don't think it has to be this hard.
I believe that entrepreneurs and business owners can get the education, support, and guidance they need to effectively grow their businesses – the way I did, in my schooling years.
I believe in this possibility so strongly that I have made it my mission to create a school where each and every student's potential can be effectively realised.
And that's why I'm working on Xpertise Academy.
– Cepheaus, Founder & CEO