E-Newsletter July 2017
As we are moving into the next quarter of the year 2017, we can see that Malaysia’s economy recorded a robust growth in the past six months despite the weakening Ringgit. 3E Accounting today is emerging to be an internationally competitive and diverse corporation with core competitiveness in various aspects of business, from business consultation to worldwide company incorporation.
3E Accounting International Network Grow to 50 Countries
In a short period, 3E Accounting International Network grew to have 50 countries with over 1200 staff, 79 offices, and 50 countries across the globe to serve our clients well. 3E Accounting International Network maintains its position as one of the largest and most successful global networks in Malaysia. What we are achieving here will be seen and celebrated internationally where we will issue a global press release in near future. It will contribute to our skill base, and establish unprecedented benchmarks of excellence.
Upcoming Event of 3E International Network: “Golden Age to Venture in Malaysia”
We build the network, and now we are leveraging the sphere of influence [of the global network] to help more people to venture overseas. In fact, we have mapped out strategies to reach out to ambitious entrepreneurs who want to expand their business portfolio internationally. In this light, we are organising this event: “Golden Age to Venture in Malaysia” to explore the opportunities of venturing into Malaysia. The event will be held at NTUC Centre, Singapore on September 12, 2017 from 09:00 to 12:00.
As a token of appreciation to our existing customer, you will receive VIP invitation from us very soon. If you are a yet to be customer, you can always reserve a seat to explore strategies of doing business overseas as well as to have a chance to network and connect with professionals from around the world. On top of that, you will be meeting experts include our tax director with Big Four background, our managing director, and reputable lawyer to share business insights with you. I look forward to seeing you in Singapore!
Tourism Tax in Malaysia
The ringgit depreciation has turned Malaysia into one of the cheapest tourism hotspots for foreign tourists, and that has prompted Malaysia to raise revenue from this sector with Tourism Tax. Aimed to provide a sustainable fund for the development of Malaysian’s tourism industry, the newly introduced tax will actually aid the economy of the country. Guests will pay the tax to operators of hotel (and premises) and that could add to the government’s revenue at the expense of hotel operators’ earnings.
On a final note, I am proud 3E Accounting has continued to develop in the face of the recent global economy. I would like to thank everyone interested in the continuing the development of 3E Accounting. I look forward to meeting you at the upcoming event: “Golden Age to Venture in Malaysia” and wish you every success during the next months.
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