ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: It’s Okay to Be Different | Evani Jesslyn | [email protected]

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: It’s Okay to Be Different | Evani Jesslyn | [email protected]

Here’s Great Tip: It’s Okay to Be Different | Evani Jesslyn | [email protected]


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Evani is a world-renowned coffee enthusiast, who is currently living her dreams of being the first ever, Indonesian, international-class barista. Born on the 18th of August in 1990, Evani was never much of a coffee lover, but as the years passed, her hate turned into a newfound love for coffee. She was prepared to leave her accounting job in America, and risk it all to delve deeper into the world of coffee. Evani’s journey included attending roasting classes in San Francisco and Singapore. With hard work and dedication, she managed to open several coffeeshops, and even presented coffee to the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo. Evani is a world-renowned coffee enthusiast, who is currently living her dreams of being the first ever, Indonesian, international-class barista. Born on the 18th of August in 1990, Evani was never much of a coffee lover, but as the years passed, her hate turned into a newfound love for coffee. She was prepared to leave her accounting job in America, and risk it all to delve deeper into the world of coffee. Evani’s journey included attending roasting classes in San Francisco and Singapore. With hard work and dedication, she managed to open several coffeeshops, and even presented coffee to the President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

2 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: It’s Okay to Be Different | Evani Jesslyn | [email protected]

  1. Hello. I wanted to ask you Tedx please, since I am not of English nationality, if you could put Italian subtitles in more videos? I do not understand anything unfortunately in videos that talk about beautiful topics!Please!It would be great!

    I don't mean all of them, but just a little more, there are very few in sub ita!

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