RPG Commerce, PolicyStreet and Pop Meals mull over expansion
KUALA LUMPUR: Unparalleled in the market within their sectors respectively, RPG Commerce, PolicyStreet and Pop Meals are looking into expansion with little-to-no error after gaining a unanimous vote from industry experts at Endeavor Malaysia’s recent Local Selection Panel (LSP).
RPG Commerce, PolicyStreet and Pop Meals are known to have gained trust not only from consumers but also from renowned investors internationally despite stiff competition within the ecosystem.
The high-impact entrepreneurs championing the companies; Melvin Chee (Co-Founder & CEO of RPG Commerce), Yen Ming Lee, Wilson Beh, Winnie Chua (Co-Founders of PolicyStreet) and Jonathan Weins (Co-Founder and CEO of Pop Meals) are backed by the support from investors such as Gobi Partners, Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia & India, RHL Ventures and many more.
Following this astounding pursuit of success, these entrepreneurs have shown aspiration and drive to reconstruct consumers’ lifestyle, innovating products and services that will help in consumers’ day-to day potency, impressing the panel at Endeavor’s LSP.
PolicyStreet injects innovation in the traditional insurance industry by making its products and processes simple, inclusive and meaningful through technology.
Currently, PolicyStreet has access to over 40 top insurers insurance products and also develops their own policy for partners such as FoodPanda, Grab, ShopeeFood and more.
Pop Meals on the other hand believes everyday food should be more affordable, convenient and exciting through data-driven product development by incorporating technology into the low-tech F&B industry.
This removes inefficiencies, food waste, and uses data to make the best and most relevant food for customers.
Transforming his business from online to offline, what was previously known as dahmakan, Pop Meals today operates 32 profitable smart outlets and achieves a consistent 94 per cent positive food rating with repeat order feedback of 95 per cent.
RPG Commerce, a leading direct-to-consumer social e-commerce company that owns more than 10 brands such as Montigo, BottomsLab Eubi, Thousand Miles and more, is now looking into expanding RPG’s world-class brand portfolio to create revolutionary consumer products.
“We are looking to rapidly expand our talent pool across the entire organization, enhance our technological capabilities, in addition to expanding our suite brands to further disrupt the consumer landscape.
From passing the LSP, we are hopeful with the access we have to Endeavor mentors to help guide us in our scaling journey, having leaders pilot our journey to succeed as seamlessly as possible.” commented Melvin Chee, Co-Founder & CEO of RPG Commerce.
“The candidates today have shown impressive growth over the years. However, advancing into new markets and taking on new products and services under their wing would require delicate measures to ensure their companies supersede aversion.
“Endeavor is known for their mentors donating time and expertise to understand and advise entrepreneurs to take on rightful decisions. A few years back, I was once in their position, going through both the local and global selection panel.
“We really hope the companies that passed today will find the opportunity to excel higher with Endeavor’s guidance.” commented Eric Cheng, Co-Founder & Group CEO of Carsome, also a panelist at the LSP.
The LSP is the culmination of a rigorous merit-based selection process to select high-impact entrepreneurs who demonstrate the potential to leverage Endeavor’s resources and mentorship to create high-growth sustainable businesses, jobs, as well as to create enduring local entrepreneurial ecosystems.
For this session, we had Eric Cheng, Kevin Brockland (Managing Partner of Indelible Ventures), Prashant Kumar (Founder of Entropia, Accenture Song) and John Lim (Co-Founder & CTO of Juris Technologies) on the panel, deep diving into the companies’ metrics.
RPG Commerce, PolicyStreet and Pop Meals are now on track for an International Selection Panel, gaining access to a global community of world leaders, mentors, peers and partners.
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