Malini Saba, from Southeast Asia, is the chairman of Saban, a company that invests in various interests worldwide, such as technology in the US and oil and gas in China. Malini loves to give back. In 2001, she began a non-profit organization, “Stree: Global Investments in Women,” which seek to change the way low income and at risk women and children see their roles in society.
Saba keeps her day full. She juggles family, meetings, and conference calls to keep her life in balance. Her business attitude is to look at the market trends, but then she usually does the opposite. Her outlook is more like where will the market be like 3-5 years from now. Malini insight to look towards the future and her most valuable trait of taking risks is what she attributes to her success.
Malini Saba has always worked for herself, she doesn’t really have a bad working experience. The worst entrepreneur experience is when she worked in a country where the corruption was so great she couldn’t work around it. She also treats her company as a start up even so many years later. It helps her to keep in touch with her staff, and she is able to keep her company growing. She has experienced failure as an entrepreneur. One time she lost money due to phony permits. Her drive, philosophy, and dedication makes it easy to see why she is such a success.
Malini Saba is a top world south eastern Asian philanthropist and investor. She has been investing in start ups since 1990 in Silicon Valley. Her company, Saban, invests in companies and start ups world wide. She believes in hard work, seeing the future trends of the market, and balancing work and family.
Despite her success, she still gives back to multiple organizations and causes. She has started her own organization, which helps women find their roles in society. Malini also has donated to multiple causes, like victims of Tsunami.