Green Packet

KiplePay partners Bank Islam to offer cashless payment services
Green Packet unit aims to help universities go cashless via e-wallets.
Green Packet founder CC Puan returns to lead focus on digital ventures
Founder CC Puan returns as group managing director and chief executive officer to drive growth and success in Green Packet's digital businesses.
Week in Review: Bold ambition aplenty to inspire all
There was enough bold and inspiring takeaway for entrepreneurs attending the GAIN networking event, with the China factor looking large as well.
Patrick Grove’s ‘beautiful thing’ fires up MDEC’s GAIN
A steller panel of MDEC GAIN companies discuss how to grow faster and go global with Karamjit Singh in the front row absorbing it in.
Digerati50: Making and losing a billion, at 37
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. This week, we look at Green Packet founder and webe chief exec CC Puan.
Green Packet expects to be in the black this year: CEO
Green Packet has suffered losses for six consecutive years, and even shedding the burden of its P1 unit has not turned it around … yet. Newly-minted CEO Kay Tan tells Goh Thean Eu that this is the year its ledger will have black ink.
Post-acquisition, TM announces new P1 board and management
Having acquired a 55.3% stake in Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1), Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) – now the controlling shareholder – and its partners have announced the new P1 board members and the company’s key management line-up.
Green Packet appoints Kay Tan as CEO, takes over from CC Puan
Green Packet has announced that Tan Kay Yen, aka Kay Tan, has been appointed its chief executive officer, taking over from long-time CEO and founder Puan Chan Cheong (CC Puan), who will lead Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1) as CEO and managing director.
TM-P1 deal goes through
TM said it has completed its acquisition of a majority stake in Packet One Networks (P1) after getting the necessary approvals from the relevant regulatory bodies and the shareholders of P1 parent company Green Packet.
Delay in TM-P1 deal as parties agree to extension
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), the largest fixed-line phone company in the country, is asking for a two-month extension to obtain the necessary approvals for its acquisition of a majority stake in wireless broadband service provider Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1).
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