AngloINFO localized its global expat network for Malaysia

MALAYSIA: The global expat network, AngloINFO is continuing its rapid expansion into expat markets around the world, by launching its first Malaysian website at http://kualalumpur.angloinfo.com or http://malaysia.angloinfo.com. With AngloINFO’s local website, expats and English-speaking residents in Kuala Lumpur can now access free-of-charge resources such as classifieds, forum, businesses directory, events and topics designed for expats.

Colette Ward, a franchisee who is operating AngloINFO’s Malaysian website said that they believe AngloINFO will be a very useful resource to those who have recently moved, are thinking about moving to this city or have been living here for some time.

AngloINFO is having grown 30% in 2011 and launched its local websites for Singapore, Hong King, Indonesia and Thailand besides Malaysia. AngloINFO currently operates 66 independent regional websites in 32 countries, and continues to expand rapidly worldwide. It is the world leader in this market and serves over 86 million pageviews every month to an estimated 2.5 million users.

According to AngloINFO chief executive Tony Salter, they are preparing to enter South Korean, Chinese and Japanese markets within this year.

AngloINFO is the world largest network of websites over the past 12 years for English-speaking expats and residents who needs information on or support with living in, moving to, or moving back to, a country or region which they are not totally familiar with. Its users come from all nationalities and walks of life – from people on expat job contracts to their partners and children, from students to retirees, from second-home owners to permanent emigrants.

by Terry Brown

Author: VSDaily Editor

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