Under normal circumstances, most people just want to hear success stories. They choose to friend with successful personalities and build close relationship with them. My definition of success is the result of your efforts to generate measurable knowledge which are presence in tangible or intangible form. In the beginning of any serious trading, the rule of thumb is to ask what value does it carries in yourself to offer me?
At the beginning of my humble business journey in 2005, the business name I registered was known as 'Julian Consulting', and then I got its name changed to "GoH Business Practitioners" in 2012.
GoH Business Practitioners was registered in complying with all the rules and regulations of the Registrar of Business Act 1956 (Malaysia).
The brain of my business is to provide knowledge bodies on intangibles valuation and apply systems theory to build knowledge infrastructures and invite intellectuals to exchange in the Asian factories.
I am holding the business license 002118994-D until 2018.
The main role of GoH Business Practitioners as a managing partner is working with selected global investors and consultants to penetrate Asian markets, from all range of expertise in trainings, educations, consultancies, financial and investments.
If you are looking to invite someone with specific roles and expertise to fit your investment in Asian portfolios, I will offer myself to work with you on conditions if I can fulfill your business needs:-
1. As a business writer. I write for the sake of contributing to the knowledge bodies in my expertise, and publish my views in magazines/newsletters/newspapers. You need information to analyze investment opportunities in Asian regions, contact me, I will write you business proposals.
2. As a managing partner. You need someone with trustworthiness to help you to manage your business in Asia, contact me, I will write you business plans.
1. Innovation values creation and extraction, for example reducing waste and operating costs.
2. Intangibles valuation and operations, for example using intellectuals property rights to create barriers of entry.