Financial planning practice broker Paul Tynan has launched Connect ASEAN, a business initiative to connect small to medium-size enterprises across the Asia-Pacific region.
Headquartered in Melbourne, Connect ASEAN will advise businesses on JV, M&A and partnership opportunities in Asia, aiming to capitalise on the world’s third largest workforce.
“Connect ASEAN has been structured to provide a bridge linking Australian SMEs to fellow overseas business owners and commercial opportunities,” Mr Tynan said.
“Furthermore, SMEs invariably turn to their accountant, banker or lawyer for guidance and they are able to obtain expert advice to address taxation and compliance-related issues.
“Connect ASEAN will also work with these professional service providers to support the overseas commercial objectives of their small and medium [sized] business owner clients,” he said.
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