Becoming a First Time Founder - a conversation with Gwendolyn Regina (Programme Director, Facebook)

Amir Azhar
6 September 2020

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Kicking off season two of our podcast, Bernadette Cho (General Manager, Entrepreneur First Singapore) is joined by Gwendolyn Regina (Programme Director, Facebook). Gwen shares what first time founders should ask themselves before taking the leap into entrepreneurship, and how her journey down the three roles as entrepreneur, advisor, and investor has shaped her views on today’s entrepreneurial landscape.

‘Smart People You Meet at Parties’ is a behind-the-scenes listen into the everyday conversations we have at Entrepreneur First.  In this new series, we’ll be joined by founders, investors, and thought leaders in technology. 

About Gwendolyn Regina

Gwendolyn has spent 15 years across the media and technology startup sectors across Asia Pacific, Paris, and Silicon Valley. She is currently building up a new VC engagement programme at Facebook and was previously Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Entrepreneur First. These days, Gwen spends her time at OnQuestions exploring the question, “What is a good question?”

Previously a founder, Gwen built and sold tech media startup, SGEntrepreneurs, to Tech in Asia. She was also a founding team member of Thymos Capital, an early stage technology investment firm in Singapore. Gwen spearheaded Mashable’s expansion into Asia and as a professional host, hosted a TV documentary on the Internet of Things for Channel NewsAsia.

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