The Moxim House story is no fairy tale. There’s no prince charming, no fairy godmother or magical journey. Just true grit, passion and determination that made it all possible.
It started with a Hollywood dream in 2004 when its founder, Elaine Teh headed over to Hollywood in pursuit of her dream career. Call it lady luck, she was offered to be a production assistant of the award-winning Hollywood film director, Quintin Lee, in the movie, “Ethan Mao” by famed actor Raymond Ma. And soon, she found herself honing her creative skills in a wedding gallery owned by popular Taiwanese boy band member, Vanness Wu & his family. After her stints in Hollywood, she decided to bring her experience back to Malaysia.
And so The Moxim House was set up in 2006 – with just three staff, one client but a fervent passion to excel. With the synergistic partnership with the international Pico Group, this boutique creative agency gradually made strides. But not all were rosy. Mistake was made in a print ad. Just when it thought it was over and done, the agency decided to stick to the good old business wisdom – “Failure is a stepping stone to success.” And with honesty and passion, The Moxim House stepped up its game with ground-breaking ideas.
This gung ho game changer attitude has brought out the best of their wits – the crème de la crème of their talents and thus, winning more clients along the way.