Naseba group opens its APAC regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Press release
Published December 26th, 2010 - 04:13 GMT

By increasing its corporate presence in the region, naseba aims to further expand its large-scale events as well as its renowned MIH[1] trainings in close collaboration with the group's strategic partners in the APAC region.

Ackash Jain, General Manager, naseba, Kuala Lumpur enthused "We have increasingly developed our portfolio of events in the region within the past year; it was time now for us to get our feet firmly on the ground in the Asia Pacific region."

He continued, "naseba platforms are tailored to instigate deal-flow. With our new base and previous experience in the region, we aim to bridge the gap between east and west and give European and Middle Eastern companies the ideal platform to do business in this expanding market."

Scott Ragsdale, Chairman, naseba group commented "In Asia, naseba is aligning its events closely with the demand in both the public and private sectors of the region. Having our Asia Pacific base in Kuala Lumpur, combined with our recent alliance with IDC, will bring us closer to understanding and anticipating the needs of the market across various industries."

The UN's recently released Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2010, an annual publication of ESCAP, affirmed that the Asia Pacific region was the fastest growing in the world. The survey went on to say that the APAC outlook for 2010 continues to show significant improvement, with China's economy leading the way with a 9.5 percent growth rate, followed closely by India at 8.3 percent. The figure for developing economies in the region is estimated at 7 percent.

In response to such potential naseba's partnership with APAC's International Data Corporation (IDC) will strengthen the development of a leading series of business platforms across the region.

True to its corporate strategy, naseba has also recently singed strategic partnerships with International Business Consultancy Group (IBCG) and Saudi Trading and Resources Co. Ltd. (STAR Group Holdings), to conceptualise, produce and execute large-scale, targeted events in the GCC region.

[1] Make It Happen (MIH) training courses are dynamic, interactive and focused on re-education. They are centred on one of four key industries: finance, human resources, information technology, and public relations.

The one- or two-day courses are attended by up to 25 people and led by a professional trainer or industry expert who will encourage maximum interaction through presentations and problem solving tasks for groups of up to five individuals. The topics for each course are formulated according to the attendee profiles to ensure everyone benefits.

Background Information


We are deal facilitators, helping clients: raise capital, close sales, enter new markets, secure partners and educate workforces. We add economic value at every stage of our clients’ journeys through our:


Our success is driven by being commercially aggressive, pairing agility with enterprise-grade expertise. We bring global opportunities to our clients, with a focus on liquid growth markets.

Naseba has facilitated more than a billion dollars’ worth of deals. We have connected over 100,000 global executives through more than 1,000 proprietary business platforms.

Naseba is a signatory of the Women’s Empowerment Principles – Equality Means Business, produced and disseminated by the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) and the United Nations Global Compact.

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