Involve Asia Bolsters Leadership Team with Rene E. Menezes as President

SINGAPORE, May 17, 2022 –  Involve Asia, a leading MarTech platform for partnership marketing in Southeast Asia announces the appointment of digital marketing veteran and current board member, Rene E. Menezes, as President of the organisation.

With the appointment, Involve Asia is strengthening its management team at its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, off the back of three years of stellar growth and profitability for the organisation. Involve Asia now serves over 4,000 brands and matches them to a pool of over 350,000 partners, generating over US$1.4 billion in sales since its launch in 2014.

Menezes will be leading the commercial development of the organisation and will work in tandem with CEO and founder Jimmy How to manage the company and its stakeholders. He brings over 25 years of leadership experience to Involve Asia, including most recently as Director for the Southeast Asian partner office of SimilarWeb, and as former CEO of CtrlShift, one of the largest independent AdTech companies in Southeast Asia.

“As a board member of Involve Asia over the past eight years, I have witnessed the amazing growth of Involve’s business and value creation for both publishers and advertisers. I am excited to deepen my work with the team as we cement our position as the leader in e-commerce marketing in Southeast Asia,” said Menezes, President of Involve Asia. “Involve Asia’s platform is already used by many of the largest advertisers, merchants, and publishers in the region as a reliable source of leads, actions, and sales. The time is now ripe to ensure that more companies are exposed to and leverage the power of our platform, its reach and our know-how.”

Jimmy How, CEO and founder of Involve Asia said, “Rene has advised the business since its inception and has been able to lend counsel through some challenging decisions and helped us take actions that had a lasting positive impact on the company. I’m excited to have him in the trenches beside me as we charge forward to build on our recent performance with far more aggressive goals for the short and mid-term.”