Catcha Group is Southeast Asia's leading Internet group. The Group has made growth equity and venture capital investments in new media, online classifieds, and OTT businesses across the emerging world. Our portfolio companies have successfully completed four IPOs on the ASX and one IPO on Bursa Malaysia.

The Group was established in 2004 and is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


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Latest News

22 August 2017: Financial Times
iflix entrepreneur targets Asia with Netflix-style service

11 August 2017: The Australian Financial Review
Patrick Grove: the Rich Lister beating Netflix in Asia with iflix

7 August 2017: e27
Thank you REV Asia rockstars

15 May 2017: The Hollywood Reporter
iflix chairman talks reaching 5M video streaming subscribers in emerging markets

8 May 2017: SAYS.com
REV Asia enters into landmark deal of RM105m with Media Prima Digital

25 April 2017: CNN Money
The startup that's aiming to outsmart Netflix in Asia

15 April 2017: The Star
Catching up with Catcha

22 March 2017: e27
Malaysia launches digital free trade zone, Catcha Group will be building the digital hub

13 March 2017: The Edge Malaysia
Common Ground enters co-working game, and why developers are watching this closely

7 March 2017: Bloomberg
iflix gets $90 Million to battle Netflix in emerging markets

March 2017: Forbes Asia
Malaysia's Patrick Grove aims to go global with iflix video-on-demand

January 2017: Forbes Indonesia
Eyeball Power

10 January 2017: The Australian
FDV urges push at Asian frontiers

7 January 2017: Tech in Asia
Patrick Grove: 7 predictions for Southeast Asia's tech scene in 2017

3 October 2016: Australian Financial Review
Catcha Group taking online classifieds to the next frontier

26 August 2016: Deal Street Asia
Online classifieds player Frontier Digital Ventures raises $22.8m in ASX

13 June 2016: The Australian
Australian media seen as missing opportunity of Asia growth

11 March 2016: The Australian
Sky's $60million stake boosts iflix's growth potential

29 February 2016: The Australian
Patrick Grove: Mixed feelings on $751m iProperty sale to REA

19 February 2016: e27
To all the newspapers we disrupted, may you Rest in Peace: iProperty's co-founder Patrick Grove