iflix Frontier iCarAsia Common Ground Wild Digital Rev Asia iPropertyGroup
iflix Frontier iCarAsia Common Ground Wild Digital Rev Asia iPropertyGroup
Current Businesses

iflix is the world’s leading Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) service for emerging markets, offering users unlimited access to thousands of TV shows, movies and more. With a vast selection of everyone’s favourite comedies, drama, K-drama, Turkish drama, Bollywood, Nollywood, cartoons, movies and more from Hollywood, the UK, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, iflix places the entertainment people want at their fingertips to either stream or download. For one low monthly fee, iflix subscribers can watch on their mobile phone, laptop, tablet, TV… wherever, whenever. Let’s play!

Listed on Australian Security Exchange, iCar Asia (ASX: ICQ) owns and operates ASEAN No. 1 network of digital automotive portals with clear leadership positions established in each of ASEAN’s three largest automotive markets – Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. Operating 7 brands across the 3 countries, iCar Asia’s online properties currently reach over 8 million car buyers and enthusiasts every month. iCar Asia is committed to growing its reach and building a business that has a definitive impact on the automotive industry in the ASEAN region.

Frontier Digital Ventures (ASX: FDV) is a leading operator of online classifieds businesses in underdeveloped, emerging countries or regions. With an amazing track record in building and supporting great companies, Frontier Digital Ventures are experts in the online classifieds space with a particular focus on property and automotive verticals and general classifieds websites. With the extensive support offered to the local operating companies, coupled with their own energy and work ethic, Frontier Digital Ventures is bringing outstanding companies of global significance to their full potential and setting a new global standard of excellence in the field.

Wild Digital is a platform created for internet leaders to come together and share their bold and wild visions for building great disruptive companies. It brings together top internet players, entrepreneurs, founders, chief executives and investors to gain insights into the future of technology and digital creativity with its first-class main stage program.

Kuala Lumpur Internet City (KLIC) is the premier digital hub of the first Digital Free Trade Zone outside China. KLIC is intended to be one of the world’s largest purpose-built digital hub for global tech giants from China, the US and around the world, regional leaders and local startups targeting Southeast Asia.

Common Ground is a communal work space for businesses who seek an experience beyond the bounds of a traditional workplace. Its mission is to create a space for anyone to build their dreams and to foster a community of like-minded individuals. Common Ground is redefining the concept of a workspace, with community at it’s core and support services for the success of every business. They are passionate about supporting small business and entrepreneurship. Common Ground venues provide a one-stop solution, where amenities, high design, community, network all come together.

Businesses We Exited

Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the iProperty Group operates digital real estate sites, experiences and events which deliver the most comprehensive set of related real estate services and project marketing across South East Asia, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore and the Hong Kong Region.

In Feb 2016, iProperty was acquired by Rupert Murdoch’s REA Group for US$534 million (A$751 million).

Rev Asia Berhad was formed on 8 October 2013 following the completion of the merger between certain Catcha Media Berhad (Catcha Media) subsidiaries and Says Sdn Bhd. The Company’s operations consist of two businesses: its Publishing business and its Online Media business.

It produces 14 magazines in 16 editions, 14 of which are published in Malaysia, with the editions of Juice published each in Singapore and Indonesia. In Publishing business, the revenue is derived from the sale of advertising space in its magazines, the sale of magazine copies, other magazine income and licensing income.

The Company had rights to sell advertising space, promote and monetize Microsoft’s Online Properties in Malaysia and It operates all of Microsoft’s online properties in Malaysia, including the MSN portal, Windows Live Messenger (MY) and Hotmail (MY), amongst others.

In Online Media business, the revenue derived from online advertisement revenue derived from marketing and sales of advertising space on online properties and other income derived from production and development of online content.

In Aug 2017, Rev Asia was acquired by Media Prima for US$24 million (RM105 million).