WorldQuest International is a blockchain company headquartered in Kuala Lumpur with offices in Ukraine and Hong Kong.
Today as we sit on the cusp of the next great industrial revolution, it is a need for organisations to be powered by innovative technologies to stay on top of their industry. Here at Worldquest, our experts with a cumulative experience of more than 80 years are dedicated to work shoulder-to-shoulder with our clients to provide comprehensive strategies and result-driven solutions. With influences in 5 countries, our members across a range of disciplines are committed to making an impact in every aspect of your business.
Dato’ Robin’s success in the industry is no fluke. His eye for trends, attention to detail and hardworking spirit has always been a driving factor in his success. In just a few years, Dato’ Robin Yeong has risen up to join the upper echelons of industry players in the global cryptocurrency arena.
His watchful eye for emerging trends and his knack for finding global partners and building valued business relationships has placed him firmly at the forefront of one of the most exciting and quickly developing global industries – Financial Technology or FinTech.
As the founder of WorldQuest, Robin has already established his presence in Asia (China & Malaysia), Europe (Germany, Switzerland & Ukraine) and most notably has imminent plans to expand his business to one of the richest countries in the world – Saudi Arabia.
Kenneth comes from a Software Engineering background majoring in Artificial Intelligence.
Over the last 16 years has been involved in conceptualization, development and deployment of Corporate Systems, Governmental Systems, and Mission Critical system Controllers for a myriad of industries.
Kenneth was the Chief Technology Officer for Dragonsoft Research for 10 years and was the Chief Technology Advisor for the Former Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister’s Office for 3 years before assuming the role of Head of Sales here at WorldQuest International. He has also served in a local support capacity for companies like Airbus and Thales for national level solutions such as the Military and Police Data Tetra network.