Making Relationships Work (While Building a Global Empire) - Sarah Chen
Impact Investing, Impact Washing, Investment, Philanthropy
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“When times are hard, hold on to your vision. Remember why you started in the first place.”

In a never-before like interview, we dive deep into the business of drones with the Malaysian power couple Kamarul Muhamed and Azita Azizan who founded Aerodyne group, which is set to be the global leading provider of drone-based enterprise solutions, with over $30M raised, presence in over 35 countries, and over 350,000 assets inspected.

– Why picking your co-founder is the most important choice you can make, the secret in choosing people to work with
– What it takes to build a global footprint, can you expand too fast?
– The future of drones and aerial robotics, should you be afraid?


On Aerodyne:

Aerodyne Group ( is a DT3 (Drone Tech, Data Tech, and Digital Transformation) drone-based enterprise solutions provider, and a pioneer in the use of artificial intelligence as an enabling technology for large-scale data operations, analytics, and process optimization. Aerodyne is ranked second in the world by Drone Industry Insights (DII) in its ‘Drone Service Provider Ranking 2020’; was named Frost & Sullivan’s ‘Asia Pacific UAV Services Company of 2019’; and is a recipient of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Malaysia’s ‘Industry Excellence Gold Award 2019’. The company’s founder and Group CEO, Kamarul A Muhamed, is ‘EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2020’.