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Turning ripples into waves

Enescorp International was founded by Norizan (Dan) Sharif, an entrepreneur and management professional with over 40 years of experience. He has held leadership roles in various public and private sector organizations. In these positions, Dan oversaw numerous entrepreneurship development programs, including export capacity-building initiatives.

During his visits to various companies and factories across the country, Dan recognized the export potential of Malaysian entrepreneurs. His journey led him to the Specialty Food Show in New York City, where he discovered an excellent platform to showcase Malaysian products.

In 2018, with the support of the Malaysian External Trade and Development Corporation (Matrade) and the Malaysian Agriculture Counselor in Washington, DC, Dan officially launched Enescorp International and entered the export business.

Dan collaborated with Universiti Sains Malaysia on a social enterprise project to introduce minimally processed products to US consumers. These products, marketed under the Natharvest brand and registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office, have sustained strong sales across various marketplaces over the past three years.

This journey has been promising, marked by numerous success stories. Dan also supports Malaysian companies by helping them prepare their products for retail and facilitating their registration with the US Food and Drug Administration.

Enescorp International began in a co-working space and later moved to a mini-warehouse. Today, it operates from a modest warehouse in the Hillsborough Business Center, just an hour's drive from New York City.

Empowering Success

We believe in the potential of Malaysian entrepreneurs. We are dedicated to providing a platform for them to shine in the global market. 

Community Engagement

We are committed to fostering strong business relationships with American companies. We actively engage with local organizations like the Somerset County Business Partnership, the Hillsborough Business Association and the Center for Educational Advancement in New Jersey.

Helping Companies Thrive

We know the challenges of doing business in the United States. We've successfully handled the ups and downs.

Now, we're sharing what we've learned with Malaysian entrepreneurs who want to enter the US market.

We  believe in the potential of Malaysian entrepreneurs. We are dedicated to supporting and uplifting them, providing a platform to shine in the global market.


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