About pitchIN

pitchIN started its journey in crowdfunding, firstly as a reward crowdfunding platform in 2012. It holds records for projects that raised the most funds and for the most number of backers for a single project. It has successfully executed a slew of groundbreaking crowdfunding projects such as the first ever Indie festival in Penang, TAPAUfest, an on-demand movies Movie GoGo project, the first private-public crowdfunding collaboration exercise with the pitchIN-MaGIC Challenge, MDEC’s social project to assist the flood victims in East Malaysia, TeeSomethingNice, the tee-shirt project in celebration of Hari Malaysia and Merdeka 2014 and helped to secure a permanent place for Wok It, a mobile kitchen that serves quick and customised meals to raise finances to build their kitchen and to set up a permanent home.
about pitchIN
In 2015, pitchIN applied and was successful in securing registration as a Recognised Market Operator (RMO) with the Securities Commission of Malaysia to offer an Equity Crowdfunding platform for locally incorporated companies in Malaysia.
We believe in the democratisation of fundraising and investing. We enable the process for investors to invest in businesses they believe and for businesses to grow with the support of their investors.

Our Team

Sam Shafie
Kashminder Singh
Chan Wei Chi
Nisa Zulkifli, CFA
Steven Wong
The pitchIN management team has the right blend of people from the finance, startup and corporate sectors. There is established credibility and extensive networking within the startup community; close relationships with accelerators and incubators; strong ties with relevant government agencies and links with both domestic and international angels.
The pitchIN Equity Crowdfunding platform is proud to have Cradle Fund as Venture Partner. It also collaborates actively with Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), Cyberview Living Lab, Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC) and the Malaysian Business Angel Network (MBAN).
Our Partners
Equity Crowdfunding is risky. You are investing in early stage companies which may not do well and could even fail. You could lose part or all of your investment. You may not be able to sell your shares easily. Learn More