Mr. K C See is a Coach, Trainer and an Author. A Chartered Accountant and Chartered Secretary, he holds a Certificate in Direct Marketing from the Australian Direct Marketing Association. K C had his initial training as an auditor in Ernst & Young,before embarking on a career in accounting.
In 1984, K C started his own consulting organization, the Quest Group and has since taken the organization into 6 Asian cities.
In 1989, he went into publishing and launched the Women at Work magazine which was at that time the only English business magazine for working women in Asia.
In 1994 he met Robert Kiyosaki and worked with him promoting Robert’s programs in Asia. He was acknowledged in two of Robert’s book including, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”.
In 1997 KC started MasteryAsia, a mentorship organization that coach individuals to achieve financial independence. MasteryAsia’s Money Mastery community has over 8,000 members in 22 different countries being coached to build multiple sources of income and achieve their life’s passion.
He wrote five books, one of which was translated to five languages.
His latest is “Quest for Excellence: An Asian Executive guide to personal performance, productivity and profits”. K.C himself is featured in “The S-Files- a Compilation of 20 Successful Malaysians”.
K C was popular with his column in a newspaper The Star entitled “Quality through People”. He is a regular contributor to business magazines and has been interviewed on radios and televisions in the region including Channel News Asia. He did a series of Positive Business Minutes for Singapore’s News Radio 93.8FM.
In 1999, K.C. started an e-learning portal, which went to 25 countries in a year and won second prize at the 2001 E-symposium, Singapore.He recently launch another global company NetProfitQuest; focussing on using social media marketing to help SMEs increase sales , leads and clients without increasing their marketing budgets
Specialties: Strategic Planning and Marketing, Training Trainers, Financial Mentorship, Business Coaching, Key Note Address.