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Macau Myanmar Friendship Association Visit

April 5 – Macau Myanmar Friendship Association (MMFA) organized a business trip to Yangon and Bagan with the aim of developing trade relations with the country. MMFA recognized Myanmar’s new government is promoting a healthy environment for young companies from Macau wishing to expand their businesses in Myanmar. MACAU will invest over 3 billion Kyats (into the sales and distribution of construction materials within Myanmar, according to the Macau-Myanmar Friendship Association, in year 2017. Macau, through its three tertiary educational institutes, will also accept students from Myanmar, providing scholarships to these students. Officials from the Chinese embassy in Myanmar have already met with the MMFA.

Legacy Corp Comes to Myanmar

March 27 – Legacy Corp, a network marketing company, focus on supporting consumers to build their own consumers network, based on MLM-Multilevel marketing concept. Legacy Corp is expanding their business into Myanmar, after reaching US$ 30 million target within the first year of operation in Thailand. Over 2,000 people attended the recent Legacy Corp Grand Opening Ceremony at Grand Ballroom, Gandamar Wholesale center in Yangon, Myanmar. The aim for Legacy is to turn “spending” into “income” to build sustainable business. Legacy Corp also opened its first Legacy shop in Yangon at Myanmar Culture Valley and the second branch in Mandalay last week of March.

Happy Call Launch

April 5 – Korea-based high end kitchen ware company, Happy Call held a launch event at Chatrium Hotel. Media, invited guests, partners and personnel from the company attended the event. There was a Lucky draw program and the winners received Happy Call products. Myanmar New Technology is Authorized distributor for whole country.

The Strand Hotel Closing Celebration Before Commencing Refurbishment Project

28 April 2016- Myanmar’s most historic luxury hotel, The Strand Yangon hosted an exclusive closing celebration their upcoming refurbishment project that, on completion, will reaffirm the hotel’s position as the leader of luxury hospitality in South-East Asia. The Strand hotel will close at the beginning of May and reopen in November 2016, during which it will undergo a complete facelift, heralding in a new era of glory, whilst still retaining the colonial features for which it is so admired. Constructed in 1901, under a watchful eye of the Sarkies brothers, the hotel will retain its marble and teak flooring, ceiling fans, chandeliers, lacquer wood furniture, Burmese antiques, and signature service elements. The 31 suites will all experience a complete upgrade, balancing colonial elegance with a contemporary twist through a refreshed color palette and subtle decorative details.