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Having diverse study disciplines and interests, our MCC members always assure top-notch academic and non-academic performances. Being the leading minds of different backgrounds is the reason MCC is the epitome of ‘Interdisciplinarity’ where different schools of thoughts are shared

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Starting a Business? 5 Tips from an Alumna Entrepreneur

Thinking of starting your own business? It might help if you consider some tips from an MUIC alumna who started her own enterprise while still a student. For Ms. Aimboon Wiratsin (Class of 2021, Physics), her first business attempt unfortunately closed down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Ms. Aimboon saw the crisis as an opportunity and came up with a new business better suited to the Covid-19 situation. “I decided to open an organic restaurant, focusing on healthy eating and offering high-quality, organic food at an affordable price. I named it Arelom DD Organic Bistro, and located it in the popular Kaosarn road area in Bangkok, an area where I knew that foreign tourists would be visiting frequently,” she said. She added, “I made sure that every ingredient was of the highest quality and all our food is organic and hygienic. I also wanted to provide an experience for our customers and decorated the restaurant in an antique theme and serving food on Thai antique style plates, for instance.” Here’s Ms. Aimboon’s advice to budding entrepreneurs: Research your market. Before starting a business, it’s important to research the market and understand your target audience. This will help you identify your competition, understand consumer needs, and develop a unique selling proposition for your business. Create a business plan. A business plan is a crucial document that outlines your business goals, strategies, and projected financials. It serves as a roadmap for your business and can help you secure funding from investors or lenders. Develop a solid marketing strategy. A strong marketing strategy is essential for any business, as it helps you reach potential customers and build brand awareness. Identify your target audience and the channels you will use to reach them, such as social media, email marketing, or traditional advertising. Be prepared for unexpected challenges. Starting a business can be challenging and unexpected obstacles will arise. Be prepared for these challenges by having a contingency plan in place and being flexible in your approach. Surround yourself with a supportive team. Starting a business can be a lonely journey, but having a supportive team can make all the difference. Surround yourself with people who share your passion and can provide valuable skills and knowledge to help you succeed. “Remember that starting a business takes time and effort, but with the right mindset and approach, you can achieve your goals. Stay focused and don’t be afraid to ask for help when needed.” As Ms. Aimboon has shown, you can major in one academic field like Physics and yet try your hand in another area like entrepreneurship, perhaps in the form of a minor program or a certificate. MUIC encourages its students to explore as many academic fields as their interests allow in order to maximize their potential. Click these links to learn more options: I-Design: Minor Programs:

SmithSelects, Beauty has no gender

Please introduce yourself. What do you do? Hello! My name is Smith Siri. I studied Communication Design Program at MUIC, one of the best design programs in the country. Since graduating, I have had numerous opportunities to work with marvelous companies—from a top design firm to global enterprise, including TNOP Studio, Glowstory Agency, NAWIN Consultant, Admind Branding & Communication, and Grab Thailand. For the past 2 years, my career has expanded into the realm of public relations, digital marketing, and the beauty sphere. Currently I am a Beauty Content Creator and Chief Editor at SmithSelects. What inspires you to pursue a career in the beauty industry?I have always taken good care of myself, physically, mentally, and spiritually. That is, I exercise on a regular basis. I try to sustain a healthy diet, with some cheat meals of course. I do yoga and meditate from time to time. And most importantly, I use a lot of skincare products. And I mean A LOT. Likewise, my life has always been revolving around the beauty sphere. How did ‘SmithSelects’ start?My blog started as a hobby. People around me always ask about my skincare routine and makeup vanity. So one day, I decided to blog on social media. I post pictures and write honest reviews of the products that I used. Day by day, I attracted more followers and gained recognition from different brands. As a freelancer, what part of your job do you find most challenging?The most challenging part about my job is treating it as a job. Because I enjoy what I’m doing so much, sometimes it’s difficult to realize that this is my career and not just something I’m doing for fun. There are days that I don’t feel like doing anything. The most challenging part is to push myself up and get it done. What makes you unique?I strongly embody unisex beauty. I believe that beauty has no gender. Everyone can feel and be beautiful. We create our own beauty standards. In addition, I am very selective about what I publish on my blog. I only select the things with which I feel a strong connection to share with my community. Hence, the name ‘SmithSelects’ What are the essential skills needed for a beauty blogger?In my opinion, there are both soft and hard skills needed to be a good beauty content creator. For instance, keep up with the beauty trends. Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there. Have a strong conviction in what you believe. Be able to take criticisms well. And most importantly, be true to yourself. Why did you choose to study Communication Design at MUIC? I wanted to be enrolled in a design program in Thailand with an international environment. Communication Design at MUIC was truly the best choice. It has an excellent faculty and multi-disciplinary design courses. In addition, I really enjoyed the liberal arts curriculum which allowed me to pursue different interests such as philosophy, psychology, and even political science. How was your current work related to your major in MUIC? I deploy all design skills that I learned in the process of creating beauty contents. From planning contents, writing reviews, shooting videos, to making post-production edits, every step is a product of design knowledge and skills that I learned from MUIC. I got everything that I need to make it happen. Any suggestions for the younger generation who would like to become an influencer/ a beauty content creator? People don’t care who you are. They care about how you can make their lives better. People don’t care about how many skincare items I put on before going to bed. They want to know what they can use to make their skin better. Don’t just create contents. Create values. Share something meaningful to the world. Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there for a good cause. Motto “Be you own muse.” Mr. Smith Siripakorn MUIC Class of 2017, Major: Communication Design Position: Beauty Content Creator/ Founder and Chief Editor at SmithSelects Below is a PDF file to view.

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