ViTrox Named 'Company of the Year' in The Edge Billion Ringgit Club Award 2021


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ViTrox officially brings in The Edge Billion Ringgit Club (BRC) Company of The Year for 2021, ViTrox Corporation is well recognized for paying taxes diligently, contributing to Malaysia’s economic development, as well as hiring and nurturing Malaysia’s talent. There were 186 The Edge BRC members this year – a new all-time high – as there were 161 BRC members last year.

ViTrox’s president and CEO Chu Jenn Weng dedicated the win to those who had strived selflessly for the company since its inception in 2000. “This is just the beginning, this award will serve as motivation for us in reaching our goal of becoming the world’s most trusted technology company,” he said.

In 2018 and 2019, ViTrox received 3 prestigious awards by The Edge BRC with the highest returns to shareholders, the highest growth in profit after tax and the highest return in equity over three years in the technology sector.

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