“Being an entrepreneur is a vehicle where I can be myself”

Watch the video to know what inspired Mr Herdi Sa’adon to start his business, Hue & M and his most valuable lesson as a business owner.

Founded in 2012, As-Souq Arabic Centre started as a small online business to provide products such as learning materials and educational toys and DVDs to support the learning of Arabic Language. Its aim to be the “One-Stop for all Arabic learning needs” drove them to launch its own Arabic Language Courses in 2013. Its founder, Mr Shahid Noorain shares his journey building the company.

“My hope for the Malay/Muslim business community in Singapore is to see more of us becoming world leaders.” Get to know our Board Member, Mr Fazli Mansor as he shares about his business and their proudest achievements.


Located in the heart of Haji Lane, 100% Muslim-Owned Establishment – Limaa, is certainly the place to go for your clean food fix. Picture guilt-free sandwiches, pasta and more in a warm and cosy kid-friendly cafe. Its owner Aidah shares what pushed her to open this food business and other useful tips in this episode of #makanlikeaboss. 

Famous for its brisket, 100% Muslim-Owned Establishment – Noods & Meats, is definitely your go-to place if you’re looking for handmade noodles and in-house smoked meats. Its owner, Chef Firdauz Nasir shares what inspired him to open his food business and other gems of information on our series, #makanlikeaboss.

Prata Alley offers good old Pratas and the unique speciality Pratas all in their hipster-like restaurant. Find out how these two gentlemen get inspired to run and manage Prata Alley and the challenges they’ve faced in this episode of #makanlikeaboss.

 Cipta Rasa Cafe Ria is a family-run business, started in 1996 serving local Malay Cuisine with the focus on quality and affordability. In this episode, we have the owner, Shahrizan, to share what inspired him to start this food business and other useful advice for all aspiring entrepreneurs!