Nor Aleeshah Binti Abdullah, Executive Director of EzCab has played an integral role in ensuring the growth of the company. She began her foray into business when she founded a web solutions enterprise. Her success drew the attention of SMEs and multinationals. Having a worked with a host of companies from arying disciplines, from oil & gas to the technology sector, her career has moulded her into well-rounded entrepreneur, who has now set her sights on taking EzCab to greater heights. EzCab leads the charge in ensuring that local taxis remain relevant and competitive by bridging the technological divide between taxis and their customers. Since it began operations in 2013, EzCab has grown to extend its ambit to Penang, Perak, Klang Valley, Seremban, Melaka, Johor
Bahru, and Sabah. With a fleet of over 3,000 taxis in the Klang Valley region alone, EzCab aims to strengthen its position in the country’s e-hailing industry.
It accentuates its commitment to providing service that is easy, safe, and eff icient by incorporating features such as a 24/7 Support Centre, 5-minute response time, multiple payment methods, and taxi types that are able to cater to the varying needs of consumers. She will be speaking on the impact the sharing economy platform and digital advancements have had on the public transportation industry. Undoubtedly, these changes have forced SMEs to evolve to suit modern times, and EzCab has done exactly that. Aleeshah will be speaking on the plus-points of the sharing economy model, its benefits to SMEs, and how it can spark collaborations and strategic partnerships that will spur the continued growth of Malaysian businesses.