No entrepreneur in Southeast Asia has ever raised as much funding for their company as Malaysian Anthony Tan has. His challenge will now be to justify the valuation accorded to him.
Arguably the most successful academic turned entrepreneur in the country, Dr Abu Hassan Ismail likes to break things.
Albert Alexander is leading his AI company, Glueck Technologies, onto the world stage with technology literally out of a science fiction movie.
Patrick Grove keeps pushing it as he seeks to help shape the Digital Economy not just in Malaysia, but Southeast Asia as DNA’s only 3-peat Digerati50.
The thrill of beng the first to recognize the potential of emerging Malaysian startups where others only see risk, is just one of the factors that fuels the drive of Nazrin Hassan of Cradle.
One of the most successful dotcom era entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia, Mark Chang, prefers entrepreneurs who work longer on their ideas.
iMoney’s cofounder and CEO, Lee Ching Wei believes they have helped change how consumers look for financial products.
Khailee Ng is arguably the most charismatic angel and seed investor in Southeast Asia and is a repeat Digerati50 as well.
With his belief that one has to avoid thinking about how to make money from customers, because they can see the dollar signs on your face, Ivan Teh has gone about building big data & analytics company, Fusionex.
Gabriel Walter has been building QEOS, driven by his desire to prove that the country can create a high tech champion.