RecomN.com is a place to find recommended services in Malaysia.
Tell us the details of your project, and we will find recommended professionals to respond with a quotation. For free.
We recommend professionals based on things like the location of your job, your budget, and whether that service professional has good reviews from other customers.
We also check whether people in your Facebook contacts have reviewed that professional before. After all, if people in your social networks like them, then you should have a good experience with them too.
RecomN.com can find you service professionals to:
Improve Your Home
- Renovation contractors
- Interior designers
- ...and more
Hold an Event
- Wedding planners
- Party planners
- Custom Cake Designers
- ...and more
We are adding more and more services all the time.
Customers love using RecomN.com because they no longer waste time searching, and they can review services that they like.
Service professionals love RecomN.com because they get to know more customers and get more positive reviews.
Who Are We?
RecomN.com was started by Jes Min Lua and Alex Tan, two ex-consultants who (armed with thousands of hours of slide-making experience and frameworks for every situation in life) hope to make the world a little bit better.
Jes Min Lua – “The Dreamer”
Jes Min started her career in Accenture, where her first boss (with a lot of foresight, come to think about it) taught her the joys of coding on obsolete green-screen type machines. She quickly realised her love for crafting strategies and business models to help companies grow fast and furious, and hopped to Bain & Company to do even more of those. Craving something different, she went to do an MBA in INSEAD, a life-changing experience that embedded in her the seed of entrepreneurship, creating social impact, and the desire to live on the brink of I-don’t-know-what-tomorrow-brings-but-bring-it-on!
Alex Tan – “The Marketer”
Alex has been a Microsoft developer, marketing consultant, and content director. When a broken shower heater resulted in a horrendous experience with a plumber, he turned his attention to fixing the inefficiencies of service provider searches, instead of learning how to fix shower heaters himself. To him, everything is a system just waiting to be optimised, even the fuzzy worlds of word-of-mouth recommendations and social networks. This “life can always be hacked” attitude, combined with an abundance of laziness means that he will always try to find the most efficient way of doing things, so that he can get back to watching Game of Thrones.