Azleen Abdul Rahim

Azleen is a content guy. He hardly talks, so he writes. His personal mantra is to empower people and brands to work on their marketing strategy and execute the plan themselves internally. Outsourcing is expensive, and should be kept as the last option.

Marketing Strategist

He helps organisations to realise their digital marketing dreams. He helps them with ideas, insights and suggestions on how they should play their game. Among his high profile customers include DUHA or Halal Expo Dubai 2017, AXA-Affin General Insurance, MDEC or Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation, MIHAS or Malaysia’s International Halal Showcase 2017, U for Life, TH Travel, Lintas Travel, AvantBox, United Malays Nationalist Organization and BIMB Investments to name a few.


He gave over fifteen keynote speeches and seminars combined in 2016 alone. His audiences include CIDB Malaysia, NAM Institute for the Empowerment of Women Malaysia, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Perguruan Sultan Idris, Lembaga Zakat Selangor, Digital Unlocked Project Malaysia, The IRB Group and a handful of other large corporations. His topics are all related to branding, content, social media and digital marketing as well as entrepreneurship.


He is a columnist at Utusan Malaysia. His writing focuses on the tactical approach, practical ideas on digital marketing related subjects to empower and inspire people. Besides this gig, he also contributes to a couple of marketing blogs in Indonesia and a Singapore-based online magazine. His articles are selectively syndicated by Leaderonomics too, a social leadership company owned by The Star Group.


Azleen is a blogger, digital nomad, a freelancer and a managing partner of NSE. It is a content company, a boutique startup he utilises when dealing with formality. Via NSE he empowers several creative freelancers, bloggers and influencers, teaming up with them to deliver tasks in hand.