Min-Liang Tan Quits His Law Career To Become A Businessman

An article entitled “Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan Wants To Nurture Entrepreneurship In Singapore”, talks about Singaporean entrepreneur Min-Liang Tan shares why he left Singapore back in the day, why he decided to return, and what lies ahead for him and Razer.

When Min-Liang Tan announced that he’ll quit practicing law, his close associates laughed at him. They thought that for a man to quit practicing law, which would give Min a chance to represent several rich clients on high-end cases, to pursue a business someone he had no experience, that’d be a waste of time, even a fall.

However, time has proven the Razer CEO friends wrong. Today, several years after Min-Liang Tan quit his law job, he has turned himself into a billionaire who not even himself was sure would happen.

His gaming suite referred to as Razer is currently the talk of the world. Thanks to the suite, the former lawyer who only practices law for close friends and family members says has changed how people view gaming and its various products. Min-Liang Tan did not start the business alone.

Min-Liang collaborated with his longtime friend Robert Krakoff who, together with Tan are the proud co-founders. The duo says that back in 2005, when they started Razer, they simply intended to argument the gaming. But, a few months after founding the startup, they started getting ideas on how they can expand their company by incorporating a number of things.

“All we wanted was to start gaming software. Later, the idea of incorporating the software with hardware and wallets for payments came up. Today, we run a full-fledged gaming suite that offers gamers various products that help them enjoy gaming from any part of the world. We have achieved more than we thought,” said Min-Liang Tan. The first gaming product Razer gave out its clients was Boomslang Mouse.

According to Min-Liang Tan, the aim of this initial product was to improve gaming speed as well as precision. “To date, there is possibly no gaming mouse out there that can compete with our Boomslang,” Min-Liang Tan once told a gaming reporter. Go here for additional information about the Razer CEO.

 

More about Tan on https://finance.yahoo.com/news/razer-ceo-min-liang-tan-192024255.html

 

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