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Starting a Franchise Business in Malaysia

Definition of a Franchise Business A franchise business is a type of business in which the owners of the business, also known as ‘franchisors’ sell the rights to their business logo, name, and model to third parties. The third parties are known as franchisees. Legally, a franchise includes a license granted by a business owner […]

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How to Register a Trademark in Malaysia

Basic Information About Trademarks In the business world, the concept of trademarks is an extremely important one. Some people believe that their trade name will eventually be known as a trademark by registering their business in the company registry of a particular country. This is false and a common misconception because a trade name is […]

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Transferring the Shares of a Sdn Bhd Company in Malaysia

There are many different companies which exist in Malaysia today. Some are sole proprietorships, some are partnerships, some are representative offices, and some are either public or private limited companies. In Malaysia, private limited companies are also known as Sendirian Berhad (Sdn Bhd) companies. Sdn Bhd companies form an important part of the business scene […]

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Company Constitutions in Malaysia

Starting a company requires a company owner to make several important decisions. Among these is the creation of a company constitution. Every company owner in Malaysia will need a company constitution in order to legally govern the operations of the company. The creation of a constitution may use up a significant amount of money and […]

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Company Resolutions in Malaysia

Companies across Malaysia are often required to make company resolutions. The Articles of Association and memorandum usually combine to form the constitution of most companies. They specify the rules by which the company is to be run and administered. However, in order to make certain decisions or change the constitution itself, certain resolutions are to […]

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Limited Liability Partnerships in Malaysia

Malaysian company laws allow business owners to undertake different business ventures by using one of several business entities. When starting a business, business owners have to choose which business entity will be used for the running of business operations. Malaysian company laws allow for the setting up of sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited […]

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Changing the Name of a Malaysian Company

Business names are never static. They can be changed at any time. In fact, in certain circumstances, it is more advantageous for a business to undergo a name change than it would be for the business to continue its usual operations under its current name. At any point during the existence of a business, its owner may realize that the optimal course […]

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How Do I Set Up a Company in Malaysia?

Before incorporating a company in Malaysia, there are several factors you need to consider. Among them are:  What sort of business you plan to start?  Is your business meeting a demand?  Have you prepared a detailed enough business plan?  What business entity would be the best fit for you?   What licenses and permits do you […]

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Cost of Incorporating Your Business in Malaysia

If you are new to the business world, and plan to get your business off the ground, especially in a foreign country like Malaysia, you need to be aware of the costs that you will incur and the procedures you need to follow. Malaysia is globally known to be one of the best countries to start […]

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