Ivan Teh

Digerati50: The entrepreneur who turned down US$63mil
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014. For information on customised reprints of Digerati50, email [email protected]
Week in Review: Fusionex’s US$12.5mil bid for talent
A visit to Fusionex International Plc’s US$12.5mil office has left DNA founder Karamjit Singh breathless. Find out why.
Week in Review: 50 to watch and be inspired by
Inaugural Digerati50 is DNA’s first print project Highlights those doing interesting & impactful things I AM clearly biased here when I say that Digerati50 is the highlight of the tech ecosystem news this week.  
Unsung heroes in our midst (Part II)
The second of two parts as Renuka Sena looks at the APICTA Awards and the successful and innovative Malaysian IT companies that truly are unsung heroes.
EY ‘tech entrepreneur of the year’ is green-tech exec Daud Ahmad
Green technology was given a boost when Cypark Resources Bhd group chief executive officer Daud Ahmad was named the ‘Technology Entrepreneur of the Year 2013’ for Malaysia in the annual ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ awards organised by EY, formerly Ernst & Young.
Week in Review: How many more Ivan Tehs are there?
In seven years, without any fuss or buzz, Ivan Teh has built a company valued at RM700 million. He did it by targeting the enterprise space.
Fusing technology and business into a RM700mil company
Ivan Teh, who has quietly built Fusionex into arguably Malaysia’s top big data company and successfully listed it on the London AIM, speaks to DNA.
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