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Setting up a business in Malaysia

Why choose Malaysia

Malaysia welcomes all forms of enterprise and investment. Much of the information you need about setting up a business in Malaysia is available online. Here is a quick guide to how you can do business in Malaysia.

Registering a business in Malaysia

Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) is the national regulator of business entities, public accountants and corporate service providers in Malaysia. MIA also facilitates the development of business entities and the public accountancy profession. As a regulator and facilitator, MIA constantly strives to provide a responsive and trusted regulatory environment for businesses, public accountants and corporate service providers and make Malaysia the best and trusted place for doing business.

Employment Insurance System

Find out all you need to know about Employment Insurance System (EIS) and how it affects your payroll processing.

Infographic: work-life balance - what’s your type?

What type of work-life balance suits you? Our infographic will help you find out what it means to you and get started today.

8 tips for managing your small business payroll

Stop payroll driving you mad – Top 8 tricks to help you manage your employees’ money as your business expands.

Grow your customer base with CRM

Grow your customer base with our top tips for a great CRM (customer relationship management) strategy.

10 steps to grow your customer base

10 steps to find new customers, generate leads and grow your existing customer relationships.

Tips On Managing Business Growth

Business growth: 10 tips on how to manage and benefit from the growth of your business.

Tips to manage flexible working in your business

Flexible working top tips: using ERP software to keep your business moving

How collaborative working can help small businesses

By having a single source of data, find out how you can save time and keep your customer information up-to-date.

How to get the best out of new employees

10 great ways to get the best out of your new employee from performance improvement expert James Malia.