Danmarks Eksportråd

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Danmarks Eksportråd
Why join?
Concept
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In Malaysia there are 5,000 foreign
companies and 1,200 foreign ICT
companies. There are 30 designated
cyber centres housing ICT companies
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Malaysia is not only the gateway to South
East Asia, but also to the rest of Asia
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Easy access to qualified local and foreign
knowledge workers
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The Government has established a highpowered implementation agency (MDec)
in helping ICT companies through a full
package solution “MSC Status”
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Benefits of MSC status includes
income tax exemption, investment tax
allowance, R&D grants & no foreign
ownership restrictions.
Tentative programme
Background
Price and registration
The Embassy of Denmark in Malaysia invites Danish companies to take part in a
fact finding and sales tour to Malaysia
The initiative targets Danish companies with mutual interest in ICT in order for them to gain;
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An understanding of the Malaysian ICT industry as a critical ICT hub for South East Asia
and Asia
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Insight in the market potential and opportunities for doing ICT business in Malaysia
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Possible leads to customers, partners and governmental institutions etc.
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A great networking opportunity to share experiences and learn from both local and
Danish ICT companies in Malaysia.
Why join?
Concept
Tentative programme
Background
Price and registration
October/November 2015
October/November 2015
Morning:
Briefing on the ICT industry – background,
trends and opportunities by relevant
government ICT and investment authorities
Midday:
Lunch
Morning:
Presentation by Vedel IT on
software development outsourcing in
Malaysia + visit to Dong Energy IT
centre
Afternoon: Business matching with local software
development companies
Afternoon: Site visits – Cyberjaya to learn of the
opportunities to invest in the area + visit to
one of the 35 MNC located in Cyberjaya
(eg. HP, Air Asia, HSBC, BMW etc)
Evening:
Debrief at Danish Embassy
Dinner at the Ambassador’s
residence with Danish ICT companies in
Malaysia
Why join?
Concept
Tentative programme
Background
Price and registration
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ICT is one of the main pillars in the Economic Transformation Program to progress Malaysia to a HighIncome country by 2020
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Although the Malaysian IT market is one of the most developed markets in the region, the sector is
expected to expand with an average of 7% until 2019
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A.T. Kearney's International top 10 rankings of countries for offshore location attractiveness places
Malaysia as the third most suitable country for outsourcing business after India and China
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The main drivers for choosing Malaysia as a ICT hub is the low operation costs, accessibility to skilled
labour (local + foreign), good internet infrastructure, low energy costs and possibility of 100% foreign
ownership for MSC status companies
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Some of the worlds largest ICT companies are benefiting from Malaysia as a critical ICT hub, both for
manufacturing, R&D and data centres. They include Apple, AT&T, eBay, Google, Hewlett-Packard,
Microsoft, Oracle and Qualcomm. Danish companies operating here includes Dong Energy, Sitecore,
SEB, etc.
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In recent reports, the next game-changing trend transforming the country’s ICT industry includes social
media, cloud and big data. Application deployment, connectivity infrastructure and embedded device
manufacturing are also areas of rapid growth.
Why join?
Concept
Tentative programme
Background
Price and registration
” Sitecore is the global leader in customer experience management
software that lets marketers own the experience they deliver to their
customers and prospects. Sitecore began its business activities in
Malaysia in early 2015 and we are now expanding our operations in
Malaysia where we expect to reach 100 employees before summer
2016. Thanks to our partners and Sitecore’s MSC status, we have
managed to avoid the normal ‘red tape’ which has enabled us to focus
on our main reason for establishing our business in Malaysia: Access
to highly qualified and ambitious employees that can participate in
making Sitecore an even better product and company. The Sitecore
office located in down-town Kuala Lumpur focuses on product
development (.NET programming) as well as providing Sitecore
training, customer support and sales to our APAC customers”
Thomas Starlit
Sitecore Manager Malaysia
“In 2012 DONG Energy IT Malaysia was incorporated in Malaysia and currently
has 70 employees in Kuala Lumpur providing software development and IT
services to DONG Energy.
DONG Energy IT has IT locations in both Warsaw, Poland and in Malaysia.
Our company in Malaysia serves as an IT solution delivery hub attracting
resources from the South East Asian region to work for DONG Energy IT
Malaysia.
We are enjoying the Malaysian government sponsored investment incentives
for MSC status companies in Malaysia such as company tax incentive and
immigration “fast track”.”
Jens Lee Udsen
Site Manager
DONG Energy IT Malaysia
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Price:
– DKK 11,812.5 per company (1 person per company) – based on
minimum four participating companies and approved 50 percent subsidy
through The Trade Council’s Market Visit Programme (for companies
with less than 250 employees & yearly turnover not exceeding DKK 375
million). Expenses not covered include flight tickets, hotel and local
transportation, however the embassy will assist in the planning as
necessary.
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Expression of interest:
– Please contact Senior Commercial Advisor Shen Ho for more
information. E-mail: [email protected] / Phone: +60 320322001
Why join?
Concept
Tentative programme
Background
Price and registration