Azran Osman-Rani builds disruptive new businesses that challenge the status quo.
Azran's current venture, Naluri, is a digital health therapeutics company that uses AI tools to augment professional care for chronic diseases and mental health, to make it more accessible and affordable.
Azran was part of the start-up team at iflix, an internet television service that was launched in 2015 and scaled to 20 million users across 20 countries before being acquired by Tencent in 2020.
Previously, Azran pioneered the long-haul, low-cost airline model as the founding CEO of AirAsia X. He led the growth from start-up to US$1 billion in revenue, 2500 employees, and a public-listing in six years, breaking many low-cost airline industry conventions and introducing innovations.
Azran held previous leadership roles at Astro All Asia Networks, the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, and at McKinsey & Company.
Azran holds a Masters degree in Management Science & Engineering and a Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering, both from Stanford University. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the National University and Industry Advisory Board member at International Medical University (IMU) and the Sunway University Business School. He mentors high-growth companies for Endeavor and invests in technology start-ups. He is an Ironman triathlete.