Keith Tang, Founder
While in the UK, Keith was astounded by the massive entrepreneurial scene that was teeming with eager investors and young ventures. After experiencing the excitement of the UK startup scene, Keith went back to Malaysia after three years and was determined to make an impact within the entrepreneurial scene here. Shortly after practicing law at Wong & Partners, Keith got the opportunity to lead Business Development team for Marvelland Sdn. Bhd. where Keith helped to manage company investment funds and oversaw due diligence on investee companies.
Chak Kong Soon
Chak Kong Soon is a Managing Partner of Stream Global Pte Ltd and the Immediate President of the Singapore Computer Society, a professional body with 31,000-strong membership. Chak, as he is known, has been in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry for more than 25 years. His passion in building and nurturing organisations led him to collaborate with several prominent individuals to start Stream Global Pte. Ltd. Stream Global is a local “Venture Catalyst” who’s main objective is to invest in and partner with entrepreneurs and assist them in realising their potential
Raja Singham is a well-known entrepreneur in the education field as well as a driving force of many start-up ventures, particularly those that are contributing to social good. He has been an investor and accelerator of revolutionary digital business models like EduNation (a FREE tuition portal for primary and secondary school children), BookAd (an aggregator directory site that allows users to book traditional media and digital interfaces on one central platform), Gigfairy (a talent booking directory that expands to the entire region), Crayon Studio (an app development boutique) and more recently Asia Developer Academy (Malaysia’s first coding school).
Dato’ Nik Hamdan Nik Hassan
Dato’ Nik Hamdan is the Senior Vice President of Weststar defence & security division. He leads the company’s focus on becoming a prominent regional defence contractor and drives the company’s industrial stewardship in creating long-term technological advances and greater economic value. Prior to this, Dato’ Nik Hamdan served as DRB HICOM Berhad’s Group Director, managing the group’s automotive business that accounted for 60% of the group’s RM 6.8 billion revenue. In 2005, Dato’ Nik Hamdan was the President of Honda Malaysia.