Our goal is to help Malaysian enterprises transform, discover their purpose, unite their organisations for innovation so that they can be resilient and meet the challenges of Industry 4.0 .
The solutions that we provide in Consulus Malaysia.
- Business Transformation Solutions – PurposeCORE 75% 75%
- Place economy and real-estate transformation – PlaceCORE 25% 25%
Our work includes:
- Transforming a company’s business model through purpose and unity; help them build capacity for innovation to sustain business growth.
- Transform places, cities with purpose-driven innovation to ignite economic growth and community development
Purpose of Consulus Malaysia
Industry 4.0 is bringing massive disruption to industries and Malaysia will be affected too. As the economy evolves, a different approach to business growth is essential:
“In recent years, research and data have shown that Purpose-Driven companies are the innovative game changers that consistently deliver sustainable value beyond profits,” elaborates Timothy Hor, the Country Director at Consulus Malaysia.
“There are many good organisations in Malaysia but to ensure that Malaysia remains competitive regionally and globally, we need incorporate purpose as a strategy to enable companies which can innovate and deliver compelling value to its customers, employees, and stakeholders,” he adds.
“And that is the goal of Consulus Malaysia – to help Malaysian companies unite, transform, and innovate to meet the challenges of Industry 4.0 so these good home grown companies can become great purpose-driven businesses.”
Consulus Malaysia is based out of Kuala Lumpur and fully supported by Consulus World Center in Singapore and its network of 60+ international, multidisciplinary consultants who are present in 13 countries around the globe.
About Timothy Hor – Country Director at Consulus Malaysia
With more than 25 years of experience in the internet and technology business in Asia, Timothy’s passion is in growing people, driving change, and making a difference by adding value to others.
He started his professional career in the US as a technical communications-information engineering consultant working on projects for Procter & Gamble and NCR.
From lecturing at the National University of Singapore, driving marketing at Cap Gemini Asia, leading and raising funds for Asia’s first Rich-Thin-Client software startup, and competing with Jobstreet at JobsDB, to leading and growing iProperty to its dominant position in Malaysia, Timothy has deep and broad experiences in leadership, marketing, business development, P&L management, digital transformation, online businesses, property marketing, and strategic planning.
Timothy has an undergraduate degree in computer science from the University of Louisiana and a master of technical and scientific communication from Miami University. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Authentic Leadership. Timothy believes that the authentic desire to serve is the key to building long term sustainable businesses.
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