5 Years Later

Today, Kwantum Leap celebrates its 5th anniversary! Looking back, we can’t believe how quickly time has passed, and are extremely grateful for all the success we’ve achieved.

When we decided to start this business, we had a belief that despite all the coaches out there, we could do even better. We thought we knew our clients better, we understood their career hopes & fears, and would be able to give some tangible, candid & down-to-earth advice, to get them closer to their dream jobs.

To be honest, at the beginning, we weren’t really sure, but like all good entrepreneurs, we got a lucky break. We were fortunate to be introduced to our first client (SMU) who was willing to take a chance on us, and after that initial workshop, we knew we were on to something.

And of course, as they say, the rest is history.

Today, we’ve spoken to over 3000 people, and fortunate to work at close to 20 educational institutions across 3 continents, not to mention several top tier companies, and still continue to grow.

However, one of the things we’re most proud of is the founding of Audacity, a movement to stop people from blindly following the herd mentality with their careers, and to not be afraid to venture on the road less traveled.

So to end, we wanted to extend a ton of thank yous.

To all of you who’ve had to sit through one of workshops, classes, or mock interviews, thank you for your patience, thank you for putting up with our jokes, and hopefully we didn’t offend too many of you with our unique style.

To all our institutional clients, thank you for doing what you do. Working with young people to help them early in their career journey is often a difficult, frustrating, and thankless task. But if you’ll have us, we promise to continue to be by your side, helping you fight the good fight.

And finally to all our mentors, friends & family, thank you for all your unwavering support and guidance. We don’t think we could have made it this far without you.

As we look forward, this year is going to be our biggest yet. We plan to continue & push the envelope, take big risks, and come up with more new ideas that will hopefully fundamentally change how people manage their careers.

Regardless of our success/failure, we know it’s going to be one heck of a journey, and invite you to follow us every step of the way.

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