Expandeers supplies midsize companies with highly reliable senior business developers located locally in over 50 regions around the globe.
Highly efficient, without long-term obligations and without the risks associated with expansion. We found and set-up your European subsidiary, e.g. your German company, install all necessary actions and processes, provide all marketing and all sales activities for you - Full-Service EAAS - Expansion as a service
Get in touch with us at Expandeers Southeast Asia PLT now: Malaysia@expandeers.com or
give us a call us at + 60 111 259 6827 for your individual quote
Transparency of markets leads to ever greater competition and enforces the need for business development. In many cases, companies do not have adequate level of know-how, skills and reliable resources for developing their businesses, as it is not their core business to expand but to offer great products and services.
Headquartered in Hamburg/Germany, we hold branches in Zurich/Switzerland, Lahore/Pakistan, Dubai/UAE and Kuala Lumpur. You'll find EXPANDEERS (Malaysia) at CEO Suite in KL Sentral.
Expandeers is a leading specialist for internationalization, comprising of well over 50 experienced and accredited experts and executives around business development, growth strategies, sales and marketing. These experts are spread around the world to support companies on site with their experience and established network: Global Expansion with Local Expertise!
With their franchise support team, they more and more support international franchise owners in their endeavors to grow their market in the EU by finding adequate franchise takers for them.
The United States of America, with an annual GDP of $20 trillion and population of over 325 million, represent one of the world’s most attractive consumer market. Companies of all sizes can find here a variety of investment opportunities, resources, technology and markets to succeed and grow globally.
In early August, the US Senate passed a $1,2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill to recover the nation's roads, bridges, rail, transit and electric grid. The bill, called the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, features $550 billion in new federal spending over five years. It invests $110 billion in roads, bridges and major projects, $66 billion in passenger and freight rail, $65 billion to rebuild the electric grid, $65 billion to expand broadband internet access, $39 billion to modernize and expand transit systems and $7.5 billion to build a national network of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. The bill also includes $55 billion for water infrastructure, $15 billion of which will be used to replace lead pipes. Negotiations were led by Sen. Rob Portman, a Republican, and Sinema, a moderate Democrat. The legislation would make life-changing improvements in many physical and organizational structures and facilities across the country, and supports the deal to promote economic growth and create jobs.
In the heart of Southeast Asia, businesses from around the world are tapping into the long-term potential of Malaysia - one of Asia Pacific's most robust investment destinations. “Malaysia is a favorable investment destination...over the past 40 years, this has fostered Astra’s Zeneca’s expansion and strengthened our presence in Malaysia” said the President of AstraZeneca Malaysia, Dr Panchal. Also, the President of Microsoft Corp, Jean Philippe Courtois, explained: “For nearly 30 years Microsoft is proud to have been in Malaysia and we are excited to further strengthen our partnership to empower the nation’s inclusive digital technology”. With its manufacturing prowess, a skilled workforce, business-friendly government and environment, strategic location, and positive economic prospect the country has long been a hub of choice for multinationals from around the world.
In order to complete Malaysia's transformation, it is essential for the country to attract quality and strategic investment, reduce unskilled labor and spur technology. The National Investment Aspirations guided byShared Prosperity Vision 2030, which are a set of comprehensive plan to turbocharge the Malaysian economy, will focus on reviewing any investment-related policies and restructure the nation’s investment strategies. The Managing Director of Microsoft, K Raman, explained that Microsoft ‘s new datacenter located in Malaysia “will be a game-changer, enabling business to accelerate digital transformation with AI, loT, egde solutions, data, machine learning and more”. Additionally, AT&S will execute a significant number of R&D activities at this new location, “Malaysia can benefit its position as a technology-country and can strengthen the region as high-tech manufacturing hub in Asia” said Andreas Gerstenmayer, Chief Executive Office of AT&S.
Expandeers Global Network ist nicht nur durch den BVMW als zertifizierter Berater anerkannt, sondern auch durch das Bundesamt für Wirtschaft und Ausfuhrkontrolle (BAFA) offiziell als Beratung akkreditiert. Hierdurch erhalten unsere Kunden die Möglichkeit, für zukünftige Projekte eine staatliche Förderung zu beantragen und zu erhalten.
Inhalt der zu fördernden Projekte haben immer einen Bezug zur „Förderung unternehmerischen Know-hows“. Dieses Programm bündelt die vorherigen Förderprogramme der BAFA und die Programme „Gründercoaching Deutschland“, „Turn-Around-Beratung“ und „Runder Tisch“ der KfW. Bestehende mittelständische Unternehmen sowie junge Unternehmen und Start-Ups erhalten auf Antrag, der vor einer Beauftragung von Expandeers erfolgen muss, eine Förderung von bis zu 3.200 EUR.
Wir laden Sie als Vertreter eines KMU oder Start-Up Unternehmens mit Interesse an Internationalisierung, Ausbau oder Eintritt in die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate und den Mittleren Osten herzlich zu unserem individuellen Sprechtag ein. Dieser findet am Dienstag, den 19. Oktober 2021 in der Zeit von 9h – 17h MEZ in unserem Büro in der Ludwig-Erhard-Str. 6 in Hamburg statt. Hier haben Sie Gelegenheit, einen Überblick über Land, Leute, Wirtschaft und Kultur sowie über Geschäftsmöglichkeiten zu erhalten und zudem gezielt Ihre individuellen Fragen und Möglichkeiten mit Experten zu besprechen.
Business ist das treibende Element in Dubai. Verstärkt durch die momentane Krise, findet zurzeit in den Arabischen Emiraten ein Umdenken und eine Neuausrichtung statt. Gerade für das Wachstum von deutschen Startups und Mittelständlern, bietet sich Dubai als attraktives Standbein an: Zum einen ist Dubai sicher in vielerlei Hinsicht. Es verfügt über eine ausgezeichnete Infrastruktur, Freihandelszonen, Investitionsförderungsprogramme, besticht durch weitgehende Steuerfreiheit, ist innovativ, flexibel und agil. Dubai steht auf Platz 16 des Ease of Doing Business Index (Deutschland zum Vergleich Platz 22). Der Ölsektor wie auch Immobilien sind weiterhin entscheidend, der Trend geht jedoch in Richtung Digitalisierung und Gesundheitswesen (Pharmazeutika, medizinische Geräte, Gesundheitstourismus), zudem erlangt der Produktionssektor ebenfalls langsam an Bedeutung.
Im individuellen Gespräch können die Experten der BVMW Repräsentanz in Dubai, Ihre Optionen erarbeiten, Erfolgsaussichten bewerten und gemeinsam mit Ihnen die wichtigsten Fragen für den Geschäftsaufbau klären.
Wir freuen uns, Ihnen persönlich in einem 60-minütigen Gesprächstermin zur Verfügung zu stehen. Die Teilnahme ist für BVMW Mitglieder kostenlos. Ansprechpartner für diese Veranstaltung ist Hans Kemeny: firstname.lastname@example.org
Die arabische Welt erstreckt sich über zwei Kontinente und folgt den Besonderheiten einer islamischen Gesellschaft. In der Arabischen (oder auch Persischen) Golfregion trifft man auf eine anspruchsvolle Mischung aus konservativer Religiosität und internationalem Hightech-Standard.
Um in dieser Region wirtschaftlich erfolgreich zu sein, ist es unabdingbar, die landesspezifischen und kulturellen Besonderheiten zu kennen und sich individuell auf den jeweiligen (Geschäftspartner) einzustellen.
In Kooperation mit unserem Partner ti communication sind Sie herzlich eingeladen, an einem Workshop teilzunehmen, der sich aus interkultureller Perspektive mit den Fragen des erfolgreichen Wirtschaftens in der Arabischen Golfregion beschäftigt. Dieses findet am 27. September ab 9 Uhr MESZ statt. Besprochen werden u.a. Themen wie:
To even serve our ASEAN customers better, Expandeers is happy to welcome our new partner Frank. A highly innovative and resilient global business leader living in Singapore with deep digital entertainment, games & esports industry expertise, gained from over 25 years’ building successful businesses and winning teams.
Being part of an international network of senior executive level relationships through active participation on boards, and industry associations, Frank enjoys his position as global industry expert and someone who shapes industries.
Recognized with the German Game Developer Award, the European Games Award and with Asia's Sports Industry Award (SPIA Awards) in 2017 and 2018, he has a verifiable history of commitment to growth, expansion and P&L optimization in the games, esports and media competitive industries in both mature and emerging markets across the Asia Pacific Region, the US, and Europe. With more than 25 years of corporate leadership and entrepreneurship comes a certain expertise: Frank achieves maximum operational output with minimal resource expenditure and has consistently exceeded performance goals.
He is the founder of the German Esports Association in 2004 where he was then elected as Chairman. He is also Vice President of the International Esports Federation since 2008. With Frank we strengthen Expandeers' SEA Team. If your are looking for a business expert in Singapore, contact Frank at email@example.com
Malaysia has been in a corona-related lockdown since June 1st, 2021. As of June 27 authorities have extended strict nationwide COVID-19 measures through to an underdetermined date. The measures were due to expire June 28, but will now remain in place until daily cases fall beloW 4.000; the country reported approximately 5.800 cases June 26.
During this time, all economic and social sectors must remain closed. Only important economic and service sectors such as F&B, health and medical sectors, (animal) clinics, water, energy, security, communication, as well as postal services, banks, insurance and agriculture and others are allowed to continue to operate. The Ministry of Finance is working on an aid package for the affected economic sectors. With the help of the state, automatic bank loan moratoriums can be applied for for at least 3 months or longer, for the phase of the blocking period the wage subsidy program (WSP) applies again for all industries with RM 800 - 1,000 employees, suspension or extension of the payment date for all statutory contributions, continuation of the Electricity discounts for the next six months from July to December 2021, as well as other supports.
The time has never been more perfect to get involved within the medical sector in the United Arab Emirates. In 2018, the UAE government contributed 66% of the country’s healthcare spending of USD 15 billion. According to the International healthcare research centre (IRHC) UAE or Dubai more specifically is considered to be ranked 6 out of the 46 destinations in Global Medical Tourism Index 2020-2021. In addition, from 2018 to 2022 the healthcare spend is set to grow at CAGR (Compound annual growth rate) of 9.5%. One of the reasons is the aging of population, which is set to see an increase of 29% by 2050 according to the DHA chief (Dubai Health Authority).
A very intense and fruitful business trip to Dubai in April 2021 also led to a meeting with Gulf Resources LLC. Now we are happily announcing our strategic partnership between Expandeers and Gulf Resources!
Gulf Resources conveys and provides financial resources from its wide base network of high-net-worth individuals, family offices and financial institutions. Gulf Resources is well known and established in GCC for providing competent knowledge and market intelligence, business and financial advisory, financing business ventures and managing mergers and acquisitions to its clients.
Expandeers is pleased to welcome Patricia, our new associate partner for France and French-speaking countries in general.
Living in Frankfurt/Germany as a French native she has over 30 years of experience in intercultural communication between France and Germany, as well as with other French-speaking countries, especially in North African markets such as Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria.
The French (speaking) markets bear a lot of potential, especially for qualitative and elaborated products and services. Midsize companies as well as startups often hesitate to enter or advance into the French markets. "Working with French or French-speaking partners can sometimes be challenging." Often it is not the language, but the mentality, attitude and the work environment may be different from other markets. Our own particular culture "catches"us and we need to consider what challenges we have to overcome in our intercultural interactions. This should be part of the export strategy.
Nevertheless, one should not be hesitant to enter such a great market. The overwhelming potential can be accessed rather efficiently and sustainable, when done correctly. For that, we are very happy to have Patricia on board, to assist and guide all interested customers into this vast market.