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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia continues to be most favoured investment haven for investors, particularly as a gateway to expand not only into the Asean region but also Asia in general, according to leading businessmen. ...
South East Asia is unquestionably the future of the planet Earth for the next decade. I think any business man with a little business savvy recognizes this. The past empires are dyeing a long slow death, history repeating itself. No empire stayed forever. ...
Atelier des Parfums, a well known French perfume company, is looking to make Malaysia its gateway for the fragrance and cosmetic business in the Asean market, its vice president Hermann J. Porter said. ...
Another major South Florida company has expanded into the growing Asian Pacific region, coordinating the development with Electronic Business Management (EBM), a company which specializes in creating partnerships between companies in Asia, Europe and the United States. ...
US firm CureOnTour will invest RM200 million in the next five years to promote medical tourism in Malaysia and some other English-speaking countries, chairman and chief executive officer Bernhard Schutte said. ...
October 29, 2007 | SUBANG Jaya Medical Centre
SUBANG Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC), a hospital owned by Sime Darby Bhd, expects the number of foreign patients to rise by a third to 20,000 this year ...
Fear of the unknown may be an excuse for using a night light, but it isn't a good reason for not doing business in Asia. South Florida's new Asia Committee is trying to take the mystery out of trade with Asia by building bonds with diplomats, hosting workshops and seminars and embarking on trade missions to the Far East. ...
Miami companies are involved in a major initiative in 2007 to use Hong Kong as a launch pad to the Chinese mainland and Asian markets, from comments made by Miami trade promotion agencies and corporations canvassed in the past few weeks. ...
The King of Malaysia recently celebrated the successful completion of the first two cases of severe obesity surgery with surgeons and businessmen from South Florida. Dr. Norman Samuels, pioneer in obesity surgery and Dr. Paul Wizman, specialist in laparoscopic surgery worked with KPJ Hospitals in Asia to train Malaysian surgeons in obesity surgery. The deal was put together by Bernhard Schutte, CEO of Advanced Surgical Training and Chairman and Chief Negotiator of EBM. ...
February 2, 2007 | Obesity causes early death
According to Dato’ Dr. Haron, one of the major reasons for early death is obesity, which most of us are unaware of. ...
Schutte said he found a strong interest from South East Asian companies wanting to penetrate the U.S., Latin American and Caribbean markets by establishing offices with South Florida being the hub. Schutte and his team met with representatives from over 25 companies in Hong Kong ...
Malaysia’s obese people are on the increase and their chances of contracting modern illnesses are double. With an aim of reducing obesity in the country, Damansara Specialist Hospital has created “The Severe Obesity Centre” operated by a team of very experienced surgeons, doctors and medical assistants to perform “Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass” to assist obese people to reduce weight. ...
January 3, 2007 | Miami's Malaysia Connection
“People don’t realize that Malaysia is a carbon copy of South Florida in Southeast Asia,” says Bernhard Schutte, CEO of Digital Media Network in Fort Lauderdale and a member of the trade mission. Like Miami, he explains, Malaysia is a spot where multiple nationalities congregate. And just as South Florida provides a gateway to Latin America, with major cities in the region an average of four hours away by plane, Malaysia is a four hour jet trip from many of Southeast Asia’s key cities. ...
Last month's business trade mission to Hong Kong's SME World Expo fair was a great success, according to several South Florida trade officials and business leaders. ...
Mr. Bernhard Schutte, Chairman and Chief Negotiator of EBM, found a strong interest of South East Asian companies wanting to penetrate the United States, Latin American, and Caribbean markets by establishing offices in South Florida as a hub. ...
Although the roundtable participants disputed details of South Florida’s demographics, they agreed on the importance of a diverse community in building and energizing the area’s appeal for businesses. All five participants at this gathering – banker, real estate developer, airline manager, software developer and industrial manufacturer – are clearly the richer because of it. But if diversity is Miami’s biggest strength, then measures to discourage immigration in the U.S. may be its biggest threat. Although the roundtable participants disputed details of South Florida’s demographics, they agreed on the importance of a diverse community in building and energizing the area’s appeal for businesses. All five participants at this gathering – banker, real estate developer, airline manager, software developer and industrial manufacturer – are clearly the richer because of it. But if diversity is Miami’s biggest strength, then measures to discourage immigration in the U.S. may be its biggest threat. ...
November 14, 2006 | Heading South
One local CEO is looking south to do business - South Africa, to be exact. Fort Lauderdale business consultant Bernhard Schutte, founder of Digital Media Network, took an 11-day trip to South Africa and Botswana to plan an upcoming trade mission to the region. ...
Africa Opportunity - Pre-Mission Trip October 2006 to Cape Town, Johannesburg in South Africa and Gaborone in Botswana. Bernhard Schutte meet with key people to talk about the Trade Mission. ...
Bernhard Schutte visited Washington, DC to meet with various officials and organizations to discuss the planning of a Florida District Export Council trade mission to South Africa and Botswana. Meetings on other ongoing projects were also made. ...
Just another "win-win" project for South Florida's international deal-maker. ...
South Florida businessman Bernhard Schutte travels the world to bring people together for projects, large and small but his latest humanitarian endeavor has the potential to dramatically improve thousands of lives and propel a South African nation into the international spotlight. ...
The southeast Asian nation of Malaysia is starting up a trade office in South Florida. Launch builds on mission to Asia last year ...
The Center for Severe Obesity Inc. (CSO), Florida, USA today signs a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with KPJ Healthcare Berhad’s hospital, Damansara Specialist Hospital (DSH) to set up the first obesity surgery center in Asia. ...
On August 23, 2005, Bernhard Schutte, Chairman of Electronic Business Management (EBM) Sdn. Bhd., from Fort Lauderdale, Florida U.S.A. made his journey to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for a business stay of two months. ...
On August 23, 2005, Bernhard Schutte, Chairman of Electronic Business Management (EBM) Sdn. Bhd., from Fort Lauderdale, Florida U.S.A. made his journey to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for a business stay of two months. ...
Hurricane Wilma has hit Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A. but will not stop local business Electronic Business Management America (EBM America), LLC from doing business as usual. ...
Ray Ferrero Jr. takes Nova Southeastern global with a new executive education program in this modern Southeast Asian nation. ...
Because of the huge success of this trade mission, international business consultant Bernhard Schutte was able to organize a visit on April 21, 2005 by Datuk Dr. Muhammad Rais Abdul Karim, Vice Chancellor of the University Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI), ...
Chief Minister of Penang - Tan Sri Dr. Koh Tsu Koon sends appreciation letter to Opportunity Malaysia mission leader Bernhard Schutte of Digital Media Network Incorporated. ...
On Friday, February 25, 2005, 32 company representatives left Fort Lauderdale, Florida and journeyed the 28-hour trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These 32 individuals were delegates on the Florida District Export Council’s (FDEC) trade mission to Malaysia, ...
Malaysia may not be a household name in South Florida yet, but the middle-income, Southeast Asian country is quickly boosting its business profile, a breakfast in Pompano Beach showed Thursday. ...
While the other participants on a Malaysian trade mission this month focused on how the Southeast Asian nation was catching up to the United States economically, Dr. Norman Samuels found its citizens were catching up to the size of American waistlines. ...
THEY came, they explored, and – they made deals! This best sums up the visit of 32 top-notch Florida businessmen who came on what was the biggest trade mission from the United States to Malaysia. ...
To advance Malaysia's space and aviation industries, the government plans to tap the expertise of Florida in the United States. ...
The first Floridian trade mission to Malaysia was greeted by dozens of businesses and organizations eager to do business with the United States and was granted an hour-long, private meeting with the country's deputy prime minister. ...
A recently concluded trade mission that featured high level discussions between Florida business representatives and government leaders in Malaysia is already resulting in an economic boost for Broward County and could ultimately enable the state to take ...
A just-concluded Florida business mission to Malaysia netted at least two major deals: The government of Malaysia plans to open a trade office in Broward County, and Nova Southeastern University will develop education programs in the Southeast Asian natio ...
The Malaysian government may open a trade office in Broward, just one of the results of the Broward Alliance-led trade mission to Malaysia. ...
Children in developing countries, especially in Asia, are falling victim to obesity, a worrying trend as it leads to severe health complications at a tender age, warned an expert. ...
The government will continue its handholding approach to facilitate potential foreign investors in exploring investments in Malaysia, Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry, Datuk Mah Siew Keong, said Monday. ...
Former American astronaut Capt Winston E. Scott studied music and walked in space. He knew what he wanted and focused his mind on making it possible. ...
Aware of the friendly and conducive business environment in Malaysia, Florida businessmen are keen to set up joint ventures here. ...
A GROUP of visiting Florida-based businessmen said they are ready to join up with their Malaysian counterparts to create entities to penetrate the lucrative China and India markets. ...
Former American astronaut Capt. Winston E. Scott studied music and walked in space. ...
Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak says that a trade delegation from Florida, currently on a seven-day visit, is keen in exploring space tourism in Malaysia. ...
The OpportunityMalaysia 2005 Trade Mission is officially on its way ...
THE United States’ largest trade mission here in over a decade is coming with an ambitious three-pronged agenda. ...
Astronaut Capt Winston Scott will be in Malaysia from Feb 27 to March 2 as part of the 'Opportunity Malaysia 2005' Florida trade mission comprising some 30 high profile entrepreneurs from 24 US companies. ...
Opportunity Malaysia Trade Mission 2005 held their final briefing at the Broward Alliance. ...
SOME 30 high-profiled American businessmen and women from Florida will be in Malaysia from February 27 to March 6 to seek business opportunities in the country. ...

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