For Udenna’s Dennis Uy, building a business is about taking calculated risks and trying to disrupt
SINGAPORE (Oct 14): Dennis Uy, 46, always knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur. It was clear to him, even as a young boy, that he wanted to create something to serve consumers in any capacity. One could say it was in his blood.
“From an early age, I was exposed to the [business activities of] my parents and grandparents, who were all entrepreneurs. I decided [as a child] that I would someday manage my own business and time, and make my own decisions,” Uy tells The Edge Singapore. “I had a dream to set up my own business, to compete and stand out.”