Startups to Scaleups
Despite not having domain expertise in the world of Automated Guided Vehicles, Ideasparq Robotics’ two founders jumped in anyway.
When Malaysian online payment systems provider iPay88 was acquired by Japan’s NTT Data Corp, no-one was more surprised than cofounder Chong Lee Kean.
IX Telecom services are being used by global telco providers across 200 countries, but founder Noor Mohd Helmi Nong Hadzmi recalls how its home market of Malaysia was the toughest nut to crack.
Juris Technology went through some tough times in pioneering a market, but is now ready to become the best credit management software provider in the world, says CEO See Wai Hun.
Tengku Nurimazon, affectionately known as Tengku Emma, worked very hard to get to where she is today as the CEO of her own company, Ku Em Global.
There can be no doubt that Nuraizah has opened the door for women in the mobile technology space.
Early cancer detection saves lives and one Malaysian company – Mobecomm Technologies – is providing the technology to do just that.
Shahnas Oli Mohamed of Natural Wellness Industries is making a mark on the global stage in health, wellness, and beauty, with a long list of numerous awards to prove it.
Pulsar UAV is tapping into the exciting drone industry, but its CEO Mohd Izmir Yamin had to survive turbulent times before landing a stunning list of international and domestic accolades.
Radica founder Thomas Yip wants engineers to have a better quality of life, and his globally-successful CAD software is certainly making a difference there.