Investing in a Creative Future

Rhizophora Ventures has committed itself to a significant investment programme in support of its aim to revolutionise the creative and media sector in…

Case Study: Frost & Sullivan

International Investor provides an insight into the experience of multinational companies that have chosen to locate their operations in Iskandar Mala…

An Ideal GBS Location

Due to a number of attractiveness factors, from strategic location, to cost competitiveness and a strong talent pool, a growing number of internationa…

Today, the south Johor conurbation of Iskandar Malaysia is one of the largest economic areas in Malaysia, with a diversified local economy and growing clusters that have emerged around the electrical and electronics, logistics, food and agroprocessing, tourism, and oil and petrochemical industries. Its strategic location along one of the world’s busiest shipping routes, as well as its close proximity to the international hub of Singapore and other large markets such as Indonesia, China and India, plus its rich endowment of natural and human resources, have all underpinned Iskandar Malaysia’s past successes and underscore its future potential.

Iskandar Malaysia has grown to cover 2,217 square kilometres of land and, crucially, the key authorities involved in its ongoing development continue to pursue the same open and outward-looking approach that has characterized southern Johor for centuries.