19 Feb, 2014

Jason Lo













CEO of Tune Talk


Awards & Recognition

  • Sarawak Youth Icon and Sports Award 2011 - Entrepreneurship


He studied in Singapore and the United Kingdom, and graduated from the University of Hull with a BSc in Accounting, then did an MBA in Finance at Webster Graduate School in London.


In 1996, Lo recorded a ten-track demo in England with his band ‘Sunday Man’. In 1998, when the band separated, Lo returned to Malaysia and that’s where it all started. His first Malaysian album, the self-financed ‘Days Without Dawn’, was released at the end of 1999. In it was the song that brought him to international fame – Evening News.Subsequently, Lo opened his own record label and event promotion company: Fat Boys Records. He also worked as a DJ at the Malaysian radio station hitz.fm, and was a TV talk show host on the show [email protected] on 8TV in 2004.


In December 2007, Lo was appointed the Chief Executive Officer of Tune Talk, a no-frills mobile virtual network operator, owned by Tune Ventures Sdn Bhd, in which AirAsia Group Chief Executive Tony Fernandes holds a 40% stake.

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