Southeast Asia is a diverse region and with a unique set of socioeconomic factors. It is one of the fastest-growing regions in the world and many countries in the region have established global linkages to key economies outside the region. Much of its population is moving or has moved into the middle income. However, despite increased incomes and expanded economic linkages, many international firms are still finding their footing in the region, due to diversifying tastes and increased local and international competition.
But it is also for these reasons that Roland Berger's recent entry into this vibrant region has been nothing short of extraordinary. In the years after our firm's entry into Singapore in 2012, Roland Berger has steadfastly opened offices in four more countries in the region. The region's continued fast paced growth will buoy not only the expansion of Roland Berger, but more importantly, strengthen our clients' businesses across Southeast Asia.
As one of the most populous countries, Indonesian companies strive to capitalize on opportunities brought by a big local population and economic integration linkages. Roland Berger's office in the capital Jakarta stands on its telecom, ports, logistics, automotive, healthcare, and financial services expertise, but also brings a wealth of information from developed economies to enable this ascension.
Kuala Lumpur Office
Located in the country's commercial capital Kuala Lumpur, Roland Berger's local consultants help Malaysian clients and authorities build their industrialization efforts at home and abroad.
Singapore is the most industrialized country in Southeast Asia, housing many regional headquarters of major companies, for which, Roland Berger assists to facilitate expansions.
Our Bangkok office in Thailand works with a variety of private and public sector clients to identify ways of bringing their strategies and organization to the next level, through strategy and planning as well as implementation support.
The firm's Myanmar office is its latest addition in the region, but Roland Berger's work in Myanmar is by no means recent. Since 2012, Roland Berger has advised the public sector on economic reforms (including telecom and banking liberalization, infrastructure development, state-owned enterprise reform), as well as local and international companies on in their business strategies.