In the first part of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW this week, our panel features Grant McLauchlan, the managing director of Crest Commercial Cleaning and Dr David Prentice, the Chief Executive and managing director of Opus International Consultants. Crest has already expanded into Asia via India and Opus is about to take their first steps into the Asian markets. Both talk processes and motivations for taking Kiwi companies to the Asian market.
In the second part of THE ASIAN RADIO SHOW this week, Sara Ai Coe is in Japan finding out why local authorities are closing down nightclubs and then in the studio we talk to Susana Tang, who is starring in the new TV3 Comedy “Hounds”, about what its like being an Asian actress in New Zealand.
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