Welcome to FOMO Sapiens, the podcast that explores the minds and habits of entrepreneurial thinkers who don’t just follow the crowd, but instead take their own path to success in business and in life.
In this episode, host Patrick J. McGinnis is joined by Ron Baetiong, a successful entrepreneur from the Philippines and founder of Pod Machine, a company that provides podcast production services to businesses and individuals.
Baetiong shares his insights on the state of entrepreneurship in the Philippines, and his personal journey as an entrepreneur. He explains the unique challenges and opportunities presented by the Philippines market, and how entrepreneurs can navigate the local business landscape to build successful ventures. Throughout the conversation, Baetiong and McGinnis discuss the importance of networking and relationship-building in entrepreneurship, as well as the value of taking calculated risks and learning from failure. Baetiong also shares his experiences building and scaling Pod Machine, and offers practical advice for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to start their own businesses.
Overall, this episode of FOMO Sapiens provides a valuable perspective on entrepreneurship in the Philippines, and offers practical insights and advice for entrepreneurs looking to start or grow their own businesses. Listeners will come away with a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by the local business landscape, and the mindset and strategies needed to succeed as an entrepreneur.
Meet our guest:
Ron Baetiong is the founder and serves as Chief Executive Officer at Podcast Network Asia. He is an experienced startup founder in the Philippines who helps podcasters produce and monetize their shows using technology. He also hosts the #1 business podcast in the Philippines: Hustleshare.
Apart from his role in the podcasting industry, he is a proven serial entrepreneur from the created the first and biggest chatbot development agency in the Philippines and led the company to be acquired by the Sterling Paper Group 12 months after conceptualization.
He is a serial entrepreneur, graduated from Santo Tomás University.