Interpac Business and Migration Solutions Melbourne Australia

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Interpac Business Solutions

JA EdeniteInterpac Pty Ltd (Interpac) is one of leading providers of management, marketing, cooperate training, investment and finance, and migration advisory services.

Based in Melbourne of Australia, Interpac consists two professional teams with multinational presences, Interpac Business Solutions (IBS), which is the business solutions division, and Interpac Business & Migration Solutions (IBMS), which is the migration and education division of the business with a global approach to service delivery.

Please Beware:  Interpac (China) LTD. in China, has NO relationship and link with our company (Interpac PTY. LTD.), and does NOT belong to any of our global branch and office.

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Our services generally include: Management Consulting and solutions, Local Business and Government Liaisons, Merger and Acquisition (M&A), Due Diligences, Representations, Capital raising and transactions.

We have been successfully providing specialist services and advice on investment, business and migration matters for over ten years. All cases handled by experienced specialist.

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