8 November 2019
Dato’ Seri Ivan Teh Named Entrepreneur of the Year at the SME & Entrepreneurship Business Awards 2019
Fusionex Founder & Group CEO Dato’ Seri Ivan Teh
(middle) bestowed the Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the SME &
Entrepreneurship Business Award (SEBA) 2019 ceremony by the Minister of
Entrepreneur Development Y.B. Dato Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof (right).
Fusionex Founder and Group CEO Dato’ Seri Ivan Teh has been accorded the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year Award during the SME & Entrepreneurship Business Awards (SEBA) 2019 on 8 November at the Palace of the Golden Horses. Teh was presented the award by the Minister of Entrepreneur Development Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof.
Teh was recognized for his outstanding innovation, foresight and inventive strategy in creating brand excellence, thus, being a role model and source of inspiration for many.
SEBA is supported by the Ministry of Entrepreneurship Development (MED) Malaysia to recognize Malaysia’s most outstanding entrepreneurs and enterprises while uncovering growing talents and upcoming companies that are transforming the industries they are operating in. Some of the past recipients include Tony Fernandes of AirAsia, Patrick Grove of Catcha Group and Anthony Tan of Grab.
“SEBA 2019 showcases exemplary individuals and companies who are game changers in various disciplines. Here are leaders who have successfully transformed their organizations and created inspiring legacies to be emulated by others. The winners tonight are truly the drivers of Malaysia’s economic growth and we are confident they will pave the way forward towards continuous progress,” says SEBA Chairman Nitesh Malani.
“I am deeply
honored and grateful to receive this prestigious award as Entrepreneur of the
Year. I am truly privileged to lead an organization brimming with talented and
relentless team members driven by a shared passion to push the boundaries of
technology that is beneficial to not only our customers and partners but also for
the betterment of all. This award means a lot to us and I am sure this will
only spur us to work even harder to better serve the industry and community as
a whole,” said Teh.