After attracting over 600 attendees, 50 regional investors and 25 exhibitors to Kuala Lumpur, it’s a wrap for Echelon Malaysia 2015!

In an action-packed nine hours, local and foreign startups exhibited in our Tech Alley all enthusiastically looking for opportunities to pitch to investors and make sustainable connections. Missed out on the action or want to revisit it? We have you covered!

Check out the 15 startups that pitched at Echelon Malaysia 2015 in interviews, as filmed by Startup TV Asia.

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1) Square

YienYee from Square talks about how her company helps anyone easily start an e-commerce site on Facebook.

2) ParkEasy

This startup aims to make parking at shopping malls easier by utilising a mall’s network of
parking sensor to ease and minimise your search for parking.

3) Tumpang

The founders of  Tumpung share with us how their flat-rate ride sharing service sets itself apart from the competition.

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4)  Crowdo

Leo Shimada, the Co-Founder and CEO of Crowdo explains what equity crowdfunding and P2P lending is all about and how startups can participate in the platform.

5) Westyleasia 

Westyleasia is an online booking platform for hairstylists, beauty and wellness professionals.

6) LocalUsher

LocalUsher’s Sabrina Cheng wants to make your weekends or free time a little more exciting!

7) Wantedly

Lisa Wäntig of Japan-based social recruiting site Wantedly shares more on how the startup helps in the recruiting process and its expansion to Southeast Asia.

8) Aptoide

Tiago Costa Alves, VP Asia Pacific for Aptoide, tells us why his Android app store has 12 million users and why he believes it’s a better alternative to Google Play.

9) CARdio

Raj Kissu the founder of CARdio, the ‘FitBit for cars’ explains how receiving metrics from your car can save you money and make you a better driver.

10) Cidekick

Co-founders Philip Phua and Richard Ranjit explains how their startup Cidekick provides event manpower for event planners.

11) Fresh Press

CEO Sasha Prakash of the on-demand laundry and dry deaning service was inspired to launch her startup after a recent trip to New York.

12) Kaodim

Carol Yong talks to us about kaodim.com, the platform that connects customers to trusted service providers.

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13) Rabbit Learning

CEO Orson Tormey talks about his language teaching breakthrough for language schools, book publishers and language trainers everywhere.


Will Pazos of RUMBL explains how his app aims to be the private social platform for challenges between friends.

15) Styled Club

Anan Saminathen from Styled Club tells us how his two month old startup curates the best style(s) for you.

Echelon Malaysia 2015 was held on October 1st, at Connexion @ Nexus, located at Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.