29 January 2015

Explaining Asia Intelligence: what is AQ?


AQ, or Asia Intelligence, is the essence of how we do business at King & Wood Mallesons.

Working locally, thinking globally.

On the ground, connecting and collaborating, building deeper insights into your business – the power of together in action.

In one of the world’s fastest growing economies, and rapidly changing markets, doing business can be complex.

That’s where AQ comes in.

It’s the key to unlocking your opportunity through:

  • Smart, nimble decisions. Knowing the challenges and pitfalls, and navigating around them
  • Understanding your culture, speaking the language of the people you do business with, and knowing how to get things done
  • Being able to walk a mile in your shoes and seeing the world through the same lens.

Clients are telling us two things:

  • Asia is an exciting opportunity - for them, and their business. They want to be part of it.
  • They have big ideas and ambitions to grow, but need our help to make it happen.

Our mission is to connect you to opportunity and innovation – shaping a new world for your business, and for your people.

AQ is real value, real solutions, delivered every day by more than 2,700 lawyers across the globe.

If you are looking for clever people and smart decisions, think King & Wood Mallesons.

Think AQ.

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A Guide to Doing Business in China

We explore the key issues being considered by clients looking to unlock investment opportunities in the People’s Republic of China.

Doing Business in China
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