January 24, 2020 – Bublar Group has announced that it is expanding its operations in Asia and has opened an office in Singapore, via its subsidiary Vobling. According to Bublar, the market and interest for enterprise solutions within Extended Reality (XR) is large in the region, especially in the field of Virtual Training solutions.
Bublar has been operating in Asia for several years through Vobling’s operations in Manila in the Philippines. Existing customers include both local and international customers from Asia and Europe. The company has stated that its new Singapore establishment will offer greater opportunities to broaden its existing customer base, and will help the company to connect with new customers in the Asian market.
Bublar’s offering to companies in Singapore will include Vobling’s Virtual Training solution, as well as more tailor-made enterprise solutions. In addition, the company will provide SaaS-solutions for e-commerce customers through its subsidiary Sayduck, which Bublar acquired in July last year.
“Asia is an important region for us. The market potential for our business solutions is vast, while many countries in the region are far ahead in their digitalization, which makes it easier for them to understand, value and implement our solutions. We already have a number of customers and strategic partners in Singapore which gives us a good start”, said Anders Ribbing, Managing Director at Vobling.
The operations in Singapore will commence in February and will initially focus on sales, while operations in Manila will continue to focus on the development and delivery of solutions. Alexander Hamilton, currently the Managing Director of Vobling Asia in the Philippines, will also step in as Managing Director of the company in Singapore. The company has also announced that it has initiated the process of recruiting a country manager.
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