• Chanwei Tan, Co-Founder, Remeds

    Chanwei Tan, Co-Founder, Remeds

  • Elderly individuals who have faced and managed numerous difficulties and setbacks exhibit resilience. Despite potential declines in their physical or cognitive capabilities, older adults tend to possess a more positive outlook on life than younger adults. When unfortunate events strike, individuals often find themselves in a state of confusion. Even as their loved ones enter the recovery stage and prepare for hospital discharge, the family experiences significant pressure and stress. And this is where Remeds Homecare comes into the picture. Remeds Homecare has been assisting individuals who encounter challenges in locating suitable healthcare professionals to deliver patient-centered care tailored to their needs. Chanwei Tan, one of the Co-Founders of Remeds has demonstrated remarkable dedication to providing optimal and fitting care for the elderly population.

  • Chanwei Tan: Empowering Elderly Care & Bridging Healthcare Gaps

Malaysia's Startup Ecosystem is Looking Promising

By: Sujith Vasudevan, Managing Editor

Malaysia's startup ecosystem generated more than 50,000 jobs in 2021. By 2025, the number of startups in Malaysia is projected to exceed 10,000. The Malaysian government aims to make Malaysia a regional center for startups by 2025.

A Culture of Digital Resilience Proves a Return of Investment

By: Raen Lim, Group Vice President - Asia, Splunk

A mere three months into 2023 and we have already seen multiple disruptions and outages across workplace and lifestyle applications. Despite the world proving to be more resilient in 2023

Top 10 Leaders In Malaysia Startups - 2023

Transforming Digital Process Automation during New Normal

By: Dr. Kaushik Sengupta, Product Head – Food SAR Region, Bureau Veritas Group

With 19+ years’ experience in the verticals like audit, certification, training, quality functions, Dr. Kaushik is increasing the digital process automation valuation


Technology Key To Global Travel Recovery

By: Benjamin Boesch, Chief Digital Officer, VFS Global

The world is on the move again. After months of closures, the revival of various sectors is evident reopening of universities, hybrid working models, and high profile international events are back on the calendar.


Three Ways Investing in Route Planning Software is Beneficial for the Transportation Industry

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Mradul boasts of a 13-year long career during which he has been associated with companies such as Bajaj Alliance General Insurance

  • Top 10 Leaders In Malaysia Startups - 2023

    Pioneering Figures in Malaysia's Startup Ecosystem

    Malaysia's startup ecosystem has been thriving in recent years, driven by a combination of government support, access to talent, and a growing investor community. These leaders play pivotal roles in shaping the landscape. The Malaysian government has been actively promoting startups through various initiatives. The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has played a key role in supporting the growth of the tech startup ecosystem. They offer grants, incentives, and programs to help startups establish and expand their businesses. Several organizations and incubators like MaGIC (Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre) have been instrumental in nurturing startups. They provide mentorship, training, and access to resources, helping startups refine their ideas and business models.

    Influential Leaders Driving Malaysian Startup Success

    Malaysia has seen a surge in both local and international investors interested in its startups. Venture capital firms and angel investors are crucial for providing the necessary funding to fuel growth and innovation within the ecosystem. Cities like Kuala Lumpur and Penang have emerged as prominent startup hubs in Malaysia. These locations offer a concentration of co-working spaces, networking events, and access to a diverse talent pool.

    Successful Malaysian startups often look beyond their domestic market for growth. They expand regionally and globally, contributing to the country's reputation as a hub for innovation in Southeast Asia. Malaysian startups span various sectors, with a notable emphasis on fintech, e-commerce, agritech, and health tech. Leaders often emerge from these sectors, driving innovation and competition.

    Malaysia's innovation ecosystem is not limited to startups alone. Research institutions, universities, and multinational corporations also play vital roles in supporting innovation, often collaborating with startups on projects and initiatives. These elements collectively contribute to the dynamic and evolving landscape of Malaysia's startup ecosystem, with leaders at the forefront of driving growth, innovation, and sustainability.

    CEO Insights Asia in this issue presents a list of ‘Top 10 Leaders in Malaysia Startups - 2023' who have leveraged their extensive industry expertise and experience in offering effective skills to the market. The following list has been prepared after being closely scrutinized by a distinguished panel of judges including CXOs, analysts and our editorial board. We recognize their valuable contribution to the ever expanding and competitive market and their ability to sustain themselves and emerge as top contestants through their reliable knowledge.

Top 10 Leaders In Malaysia Startups - 2023

Company Logo Company Management Company Name Company Description
Remeds Chanwei Tan, Co-Founder Remeds A dedicated pharmacist and homecare professional with work experience in community pharmacy settings as well as developments in post-discharge care and rehabilitation services
BloomThis Giden Lim , Co-Founder & CEO BloomThis An entrepreneur with expertise and fulfilment capabilities in the flowers business, also specialized in sales, product marketing and gift business
JP Caliber John Jonathan Paul , Founder & MD JP Caliber An entrepreneur leader and career coach with a consulting background having expertise in the areas of technology, digital, finance and human resources with over 12 years of professional experience
Pop Meals Jonathan Weins , CEO & Co-Founder Pop Meals An experienced leader with over 5+ years of experience, with diverse industry expertise and skills in business developer, investor and project manager
Aerodyne Group Kamarul A Muhamed , Founder & Group CEO Aerodyne Group A futurist leader with a deep passion in human history, cosmology, theoretical physics, information technology and have also gained more knowledge in diverse industry
Move X Health Nirosh Nathan , Founder Move X Health A fitness professional with knowledge in health and fitness with expertise in functional fitness and health coaching
Socar Mobility Malaysia Shylendra A.S.Nathan , CEO Socar Mobility Malaysia A talented leader with strong technology and product development expertise with 22+ years of career-spanning across various industries
Durioo+ Sinan Ismail , Founder & CEO Durioo+ A creative leader passionate about the animation sector with expertise of more than a decade, specialized in direction, exective producer and more
StoreHub Wai Hong Fong, Co-Founder StoreHub A business leader with over a decade of experience as a chieftain / Co-Founder and 5 years of experience as a managing director, skilled in coding, web development, design, SEO and warehouse operations
CapBay Xing Xian Ang , Co-Founder CapBay A passionate leader exploring his passion for business development and digital marketing, also proficient in management, communication, sales, and marketing skills

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