Patrick Grove is no stranger in the new media and internet industry. He owns some of the top names in the industry including group buying site Ensogo and others. Ranked at the 39th in the Forbes’ Malaysia’s richest, Grove is the co-founder and Chief Executive of Catcha Group which owns several top titles in the region.
His company Rev Asia is listed in the Malaysian stock exchange while he co-founded the likes of iProperty and many others. He has a reputation as one of the most exciting business leaders especially through his ventures into new media and areas. He sold off REA Group in Australia recently which saw him being inducted into the list.
Among Grove’s most prominent projects besides so many he previously done is his introduction of iFlix. Launched in Malaysia and the Philippines, iFlix offer on-demand video of both western and Asian programmes. With accolades like Best Young Entrepreneur and Top Entrepreneur, it is not surprising to have the industry take notice of Grove and his businesses.
Source Of Wealth
Grove’s wealth comes mostly from the media sector. However, his recent sale of the Australian arm saw his wealth increased while his iFlix business is one that many are currently monitoring.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Grove’s early education was in a few countries. He went to Tanglin Trust School, United World College of South East Asia and the Jakarta International School before settling in Scots College in Sydney, Australia. Besides that, he holds a Bachelor in Commerce in Finance and Accounting at the University of Sydney.