Top 5 Malaysia Company Funded by Creador
Since its founding in 2011, Creador has introduced five funds, each of which has drawn a wide range of partners and investors, including international fund managers, private pension funds, other private equity firms, government-affiliated organisations, private wealth managers, and private individuals.
These Funds have been wisely allocated to a vast array of South and Southeast Asian industries. In order to deliver stable, sustainable profits, we invest in high-growth, scalable companies where our resources, strategic knowledge, and operational assistance can help drive transformation. All five funds have produced respectable returns for their investors and limited partners as a result.
Here are the company had successfully funded by Creador
Bake With Yen
Bake With Yen specializes in the manufacture, supply & distribution and retail of baking ingredients, premixes, accessories and tools.
We are passionate about what we do, we produce our own baking products under the brand Bake With Yen and in-house brands such as Butteria, Butterich, Cottura, Good Earth, Mama Lena and Sungold in accordance with the HACCP Based Food Safety System and MeSTI and over 500 of our products are HALAL certified by JAKIM.
Established in 1987, Bake With Yen (BWY) is the largest specialty bakery and food ingredients retailer with presence in Peninsular and East Malaysia. Over the last 30 years, BWY has developed a reputation as the preferred one-stop destination for a vast array of affordable local and imported baking ingredients. Today, BWY boasts a successful range of in-house products and aspires to expand its footprint across Southeast Asia.
MR. D.I.Y. is the largest home improvement retailer in Malaysia. The company retails a variety of household, hardware and electrical products. Established in 2005 and with its strong presence in Malaysia, MR. D.I.Y. has launched its first international outlet in Bangkok, Thailand in January 2016.
MR. D.I.Y. prides itself on being the low cost leader by emphasizing on operational efficiency and aspires to expand its footprint across South East Asia.The company, headquartered in Selangor, Malaysia has other subsidiaries that includes MR.TOY and MR.DOLLAR. Including its subsidiaries, the company operates 900 stores in the country as of December 2021.The company began e-commerce operations in 2018 through its online store and on Shops. To manage the e-commerce warehouse, MR.DIY installed 23 robots in their warehouse.
MR.DIY was publicly listed on the Bursa Malaysia (MYX) in October 2020. The company reported a cumulative revenue of RM 2.6 billion as of Q4 2020 and was valued at RM 21.4 billion
Old Town White Coffee
OldTown is the top Asian restaurant chain in Malaysia and a dominant force in the coffee industry. Restaurants and instant coffee make up the two business sectors that make up OldTown, which was founded in 1999.
In 2005, the group opened its first restaurant, and since then it has grown into a major chain with more than 200 locations providing food in the Malaysian style in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and China.
OldTown holds market leadership positions in Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong in the instant coffee business.
Tealive started out as a modest tea company from Malaysia before making its big breakthrough. Company currently have over 800 locations worldwide and are the biggest lifestyle tea brand in Southeast Asia!
However, one thing about the company that never changes—is the desire to spread joy through tea.
You can trust Tealive to provide a memorable experience, whether company serving freshly brewed drinks at one of our locations or bringing you one of our well-liked DIY bubble tea kits right to your door!
CTOS is the leading credit bureau in Malaysia, providing data and analytical tools to clients.
Established in 1988, CTOS helps organisations to manage credit risk and prevent fraud.
Credit reporting agencies form an important component of the nation’s financial system by providing credit grantors with relevant credit information and enabling them to make more informed credit decisions.