Honda Malaysia managing director and CEO Madoka Chujo (left) with its sales division general manager Sunita Prabhakaran, who looks forward to seeing The Star chart new heights across various media platforms.
INTI International University and Colleges (INTI) Career Services director Naomi Yang Fan (right) wishes The Star a happy 50th birthday and best wishes for the years ahead. With her are (from left) INTI chief executive Dr Jane Lim See Yin, chief executive officer Chong Kok Wai and sales vice-president Bryan Kong.
IOI Properties Group Bhd CEO Datuk Voon Tin Yow (right), who still reads The Star from front to back daily, says he wishes the company many more years of success ahead. With him is IOI Properties
Group Corporate Communication and Sustainability general manager Kristine Ng.
Gamuda Bhd executive director Yuen Chee Meng (right) and
chief operating officer Aw Sei Cheh (centre) both wish SMG a
happy 50th birthday and thank the company for all the good years.
With them is Gamuda project director Chu Wai Lune.
Tropicana Corporation Group Corporate and Marketing Communications general
manager Serena Lim (second from left) looks forward to many more successful
collaborations with The Star. With her (from left) are Tropicana Corporation Marketing and Sales deputy general manager Nikki Lee, Media Advertising and Relations
manager Winnie Ooi, managing director Joanne Lee and Tropicana Gardens Mall
general manager Wendy Wong.
UEM Sunrise Bhd chief financial officer Siew Chee Seng (right) and chief marketing officer Kenny Wong, who says The Star has enjoyed 50 great years and is sure to have 50 more.
Sunway Education Group CEO Prof Dr Elizabeth Lee Fuh Yen (fourth from right) says, ‘The Star is a faithful companion that awaits our attention with the latest news when we wake up and tell us more as we retire in the evening’. With her are (from left) Sunway Education Group director Danial Abdul Rahman, Branding and Marketing Communications senior executive Mok Tze Kie, Branding and Corporate Communications manager Joanne Teo, Sunway Bhd Group Brand Marketing and Communications assistant general manager Yap Shi Han, Sunway Bhd Group Branding and Communications senior general manager Nik Tasha Nik Kamaruddin, Sunway Healthcare Business Development, Branding and Communications director Dr Michelle Mah, Sunway Healthcare Branding and Communications senior manager Joanne Tay, and Sunway Property chief brand and marketing officer Gerard Yuen.
(From left) RHB Bank Group Community Banking managing director Jeffrey Ng congratulates The Star and says the SOBA partnership has been fantastic for both companies and also
beneficial to many SMEs. With him are Subang Jaya Medical Centre CEO Trish Hogan, SMG Events general manager Corinne Chieng, TM chief marketing officer Shanti Jusnita Johari and RHB Bank group chief communications officer Norazzah Sulaiman.
United Overseas Bank (UOB)
deputy CEO Ng Wei Wei (right) says 50 years
is a big achievement and she is
excited to see what more will come as both companies keep working together. With her is UOB vice-president
for strategic communications and brand
Sime Darby Property group managing director Datuk Azmir Merican (right) says The Star is synonymous with daily news and he is excited to see how the next 50 years
will look like. With him are (from left) SMG chief business officer Lydia Wang, Samsung Malaysia Electronics chief marketing officer Elaine Soh, IOI Properties Group Bhd CEO Datuk Voon Tin Yow, SP Setia Bhd president and CEO Datuk Choong Kai Wai, and Telekom Malaysia (TM) Bhd CEO Imri Mokhtar.
Carlsberg Malaysia marketing director Caroline Moreau (left) with corporate affairs director Pearl Lai, who congratulates The Star on its extraordinary 50 years of keeping Malaysians abreast of news and ahead of times.
SEGi University and Colleges group of Colleges CEO Stella Lau (right) says she
is happy to be part of the celebration that in
a way marks a return to normal life. With her is SEGi group marketing head Helena Suit.
(From left) PKT Logistics Group group chief operating officer Jason Cheah says it is great to be able to get together with old friends across the industry and meet new ones while celebrating 50 years of The Star. Also in the picture are PKT Logistics Group CEO and managing director Datuk Seri Dr Michael Tio and chief marketing officer Kuan Eu Jin.
Mah Sing Group Bhd Corporate Responsibility senior
general manager Lyanna Tew (left) is proud to have grown up reading The Star. These days, The Star Online is the first website she loads up on a working day. Joining her is Mah Sing Branding and Strategy Marketing head Bernard Yong.
managing director Roland Bala (second from left) is thankful for the partnership with SMG and their growth together. He wishes The Star another 50 fabulous years ahead. With him are (from left) Heineken Malaysia marketing director Pablo Chabot, Guinness marketing
manager Shaun Lim, and Local Mainstream (Tiger and Anchor) marketing manager Joyce Lim.
Telekom Malaysia (TM) Bhd CEO Imri Mokhtar (left) says The Star has shaped
not just the nation but also Malaysians and him personally from a young age. Pictured with him is TM chief marketing officer Shanti Jusnita Johari.
Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia managing director and CEO Abrar A. Anwar (centre) says The Star has done a fantastic job of sustaining objective journalism for 50 years. With him are Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia chief operating officer and head of CEO’s office Chew Wee Kiang (right) and SMG Events general manager Corinne Chieng.
Credit Guarantee Corporation (CGC) Malaysia Bhd chief corporate officer Rahim Raduan (left) says it is good to be out and mingling with SMG employees has helped him better understand the media company. With him are (from second left) AmBank Group Corporate Communications and Marketing executive vice-president Syed Anuar Syed Ali, CGC Bumiputera Development and Products senior vice-president Azman Taufik, CTOS Digital Bhd Marketing general manager Norine Erica Majaman, PR manager Shahlini Thirunavukarasu and The Star deputy executive editor Vicky Ooi.
Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU) CEO Datuk Parmjit Singh
(second from left) says The Star has been pivotal in driving education-related initiatives and looks forward to continued partnership in the years ahead. With him (from left) are SMG Client Brand Marketing general manager Sara Chacko, TC Subaru Malaysia country manager Eugene Tay and SEGi University and Colleges group of Colleges CEO Stella Lau.
Matrix Concepts Holdings Bhd CEO Leong Jee Van (right) fondly recalls reading The Star
during his younger days and congratulates the company on its 50th birthday. Joining him (from left) are Matrix Concepts Holdings chief marketing officer Lim Kok Yee, group managing director Ho Kong Soon and SMG Client Brand Marketing general manager Simone Liong.
SP Setia Bhd deputy president and chief operating officer Datuk Seri Koe Peng Kang (left) says for many Malaysians, reading The Star accompanied by a cup of coffee in the morning is a daily ritual and he is confident there will be a 100th anniversary for SMG. With him are EcoWorld deputy president and deputy CEO Datuk Seri S. Sundarajoo (centre) and SMG’s Lydia Wang.