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Commentary – UK’s departure from the EU: Impact on Malaysian Business

The recent invocation of Article 50 by the United Kingdom which signals the start of process of the UK's departure from the European Union will have far reaching effects on economic and geopolitical realities faced by countries and business entreaties for the foreseeable future. While it is the democratic will of the majority of people

Crisis Communications – Strategies & Response

Imagine waking up this morning, there is 10 missed calls on your phone and countless SMS's and WhatsApps from your boss and members of the media asking about the crisis that just hit your organisation, What will you do? how well have your prepared and what tools do you have in place to help you

Nordin Abdullah

Aged 40, Nordin is an Australian businessman living in Asia, currently Managing Director of Glenreagh Sdn Bhd. He is well known for his creative approach to strategy and sustainable development which has been applied across various sectors. An active member of the business community Nordin is the Vice President of the Malaysian International Chamber of

Australian Business Expansion in Asia

Whatever the maps and geography teachers might say, Australia, certainly in the football sense, is now part of Asia but what does that mean for business? While the move by Football Federation Australia to leave Oceania and position of dominance in the region to become part of Asia and perhaps a position of uncertainty was

Nepal Earthquake Fundraising Match

Kuala Lumpur: Today the Malaysian Cricket Association officially extended the invitation to the government of Nepal to organise a benefit match between the Nepal National Team and a World XI which will be made up of several high profile players both current and recently retired.  The proposed match would take place in Malaysia at Kinrara

Allied Export Partner Strategy

The statistics are clear, small and medium sized enterprises or SME’s make a huge percentage of the economy and account for large amounts of employment and more importunately employment growth in most developed countries, Malaysia is no different. The government knows it needs to develop this group should it have a chance to reach developed