The Awards celebrate the corporations, government agencies and leaders who are the backbone of our economy, whose milestones are the foundation of our national prosperity and whose aspirations are in line with our national vision of growth and progress.
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For corporations that have achieved exemplary performance in business operations
For government agencies that have excelled in serving their State, the Nationand the People
For organisations that have led the way in creating and innovating technologies that have improved businesses and the lives of the people
For visionary corporate leaders who have led their organisations to the top of the mountain
More than just an awards ceremony, the International Business Review ASEAN Awards was an evening of celebration, cocktail, dinner, and networking opportunities with the who’s who of Government and Industry in Malaysia, with participation from foreign industry leaders.
YB Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy)
Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohammad, fondly known as Tok Pa, was instrumental in setting policies that help in the development of SMEs, which make up more than 98 percent of companies registered in Malaysia.
Comprising leading personalities in the field of media, government and economics, these prominent personalities have agreed to lend their many years of experience to reviewing, shortlisting and determining the winning organisations and corporate leaders who received the prestigious accolade on 2 April 2021.
Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai
The largest producer of rubber gloves in the world with 26% of the global market share. Exporting to 195 countries. Sales revenue of RM7 billion in 2019.
Top Glove has achieved all this under the leadership of none other than its Executive Chairman, Tan Sri Lim Wee Chai, making him the worthy recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the International Business Review ASEAN Awards 2020.