Dato Henry Goh

Group Chief Operating Officer at MACROKIOSK

Henry is the Co-Founder and currently the Group Chief Operating Officer of MACROKIOSK, a digital technology company which he founded together with his brothers 20 years ago. This was at a time when mobiles were used for phone calls and were owned by an exclusive group of people.

Riding on the belief that mobile will be the dominator in the future, MACROKIOSK was established and has grown from a three-man team located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to over 250 employees from 20 different nationalities with operating offices in 14 different regions and countries. MACROKIOSK has to date helped more than 3000 companies from 37 countries spread over 24 different industries in embracing digitalisation in their daily operations and businesses.

Over the course of building MACROKIOSK, Henry has been involved in basically every part of the development of the company, from opening up new offices in new markets to marketing, sales, finance, building up a team and product development. Besides working on MACROKIOSK, Henry spends time mentoring entrepreneurs and giving talks in and out of Malaysia. Academically, he holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and is a winner of the Ernst & Young Emerging Entrepreneur Award.

2.00PM - 3.00PM - Panel Session 2

Tuesday 26th Jan, 2021

Innovation in Industry

Technology innovation is a key foundation to all of the businesses of the esteemed panel which includes innovations in content delivery, customer behavior analytics, B2B supply-chain and drone-technology for use in remote-sensing, aerial survey and asset inspection. Each of these founders will share aspects of their business journey.

How did they find early adopters of their tech platforms or services? How did they expand their customer or user base? How do they monitor innovation within the company? How do they keep abreast of new innovations that may disrupt THEIR OWN business? How do they attract and retain talent that brings innovation to their business operations or business culture?