Kenneth Choo

Kenneth Choo is an entrepreneur, business consultant, and mother industrialist. He founded KC Creative Marketing in 2015, after having working in the media marketing industry since 2004. He is very experienced in sales and marketing, especially in the parenting industry. Kenneth’s past experiences have enabled him to help his clients craft marketing strategies to outshine their competitors. His extensive network has also helped his clients reach out to more customers. Now, his goal is to help more mommies achieve both time and financial freedom, so they can spend more time with their loved ones and children.Kenneth is best known for his out-of-the-box thinking and offers creative and beneficial solutions for his clients’ marketing campaigns.

His book, Mother Industrialist, helps moms become entrepreneurs and to perfect the balance between motherhood and business success. He gladly shares how every mother can kick start her business on a part-time basis, inspiring others through stories of real mothers who have become successful mommypreneurs.

About the Book

The majority of mothers, face many mental, financial, and physical challenges when it comes to handling the responsibilities of their jobs as well as taking care of their children. Many struggle to find any me time for themselves and parenting does not feel as fulfilling as it should, often resulting in post-natal depression. This condition affects family members, especially spouses, creating trouble in otherwise healthy marriages, when couples should be celebrating the births of their children.

Mother Industrialist helps busy moms find the perfect balance between motherhood and business success. This guide will motivate you and show you how to empower yourself through entrepreneurship that will allow you to live life on your own terms. Meet fifteen successful mommypreneurs in these pages and learn from their inspiring journeys.

Learn How To…

Finally spend more time with your family and children without worrying about to-do lists and money. You do not need to seek approval from your boss or superior to tend to your children. In this book, discover how to kick start your entrepreneurial journey without leaving your current job. Put the three P’s to work for you to create the most suitable platform to start your own successful entrepreneurship.

In These Pages You Will Uncover...

Gain and maintain the perfect balance between motherhood and business so you can spend more time with your loved ones without worrying about to-do lists and money.

  • Finding your passion, purpose, and profit (the three P’s) so you can kick start your entrepreneurial journey, working only part time.
  • Learn from inspiring mommypreneurs who have found success in business and at home.
  • Build a business that can generate passive income for you.
  • What are the twelve attributes of being a mommypreneur?
  • Discover how to start pursuing your dreams even during early motherhood.
  • Get out of the rat race.
  • Rely on entrepreneurship to give you more time with your children.
  • Every single mother deserves to be an entrepreneur.
  • Find out why mommies make the best entrepreneurs.
  • Discover how you can use your passion to start a business.
  • Use the power of the internet, the best platform for mothers to start any business.
  • Change your children’s future for the better.


“This book is definitely packed with real life experiences from successful mompreneurs! Be inspired by today’s hero moms. Read their journey as they juggle the tasks of motherhood and entrepreneur. Find out how one’s needs can provide a source of income for the entire family. Thanks!”

Maggie Georgopoulos, author of Up the Ladder in a Skirt


“Not all passions can translate to profit. Discover one of the common pitfalls of entrepreneurs. Find out the two other Ps (Purpose and Profit) that will make or break your business.”

Lillie Cawthorn, author of The Money Factory


“Shedding light on basic business plans with still very sound advice, you need not pay a high business researcher fee to be able to identify these helpful hints. Thanks, Kenneth, for making this book available for us.”

Anna Shilina, author of The Business Tango


“‘Purpose’—oftentimes overlooked in establishing a business. Learn how to identify the purpose of coming up with a business plan. If your business has no purpose even to specific group, it is likely to fail. Congratulations, Kenneth, for identifying the 3 Ps. This book should be read by all budding and established business owners alike.”

Tsitsi Musasike, author of Moneynomics


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