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Digerati50: Local Boy, Azran Osman-Rani, Takes on the World - Again
Azran Osman-Rani has an impressive track record taking Malaysian companies to the world stage: Former CEO of AirAsia X, and former CEO of iflix Group, just to name two. So it was no surprise that when it came to raising funds for Naluri, his new digital therapeutics startup, Azran could tap his extensive knowledge and network. No problems, right?
Health is Wealth: Making better health more accessible to all
Recently, Azran turned his focus to health. He wants better health to be an attainable goal for all and he wants to do this through digital therapeutics.
8 Malaysian Advocates Of Mental Health, From Influencers To Corporate Figures
The 2018 Tatler Ball Entrepreneur Par Excellence awardee isn’t only an astute businessman and book author: Naluri, his tech start-up business, was founded as part of a mental healthcare initiative. The former iflix group COO is just as passionate speaking about mental health as he is about competing in an Ironman race.
Mind Over Matter: Azran Osman-Rani aims to redefine modern healthcare
Azran Osman-Rani has built successful companies. Now he sets his eyes on changing healthcare. “There’s a big gap in our approach to healthcare in Malaysia. We need to tackle both physical and mental health elements together,” says Azran.
7 Management Tips From The Founder of Malaysia's Naluri, Azran Osman-Rani
What really makes a good boss? Is it one that constantly praises you, or opts to hang out with you after work over a couple of drinks? Is it one that gives you less work and more time off? The ideals vary, so we sought the opinion of a man who wears many hats – Azran Osman-Rani.
Azran Osman-Rani | CEO | Ironman | Geek
Family man, triathlete, businessman; these are some of the hats Azran Osman-Rani wear on a day-to-day basis. In case the name doesn’t ring a bell, Azran is CEO and COO of iFlix Malaysia with a strong and powerful zest for purposeful living. His first love was for Ultimate Frisbee during his Stanford University days when his team was ranked number one amongst the west coast states.