Myanmar is opening to business and creating a new generation of entrepreneurs. Challenges remain: the lack of a strong entrepreneurial culture and insufficient capital are hurdles especially for entrepreneurs leading startups. The opening discussion of this year’s Global Entrepreneurship week Myanmar unlocked the behind-the-scenes stories of young Myanmar entrepreneurs and… Read more »
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Thailand’s fintech startup T2P signs a for a partnership with Myanmar’s City Mart Holdings. Tourism start-ups in Mekong Region opened for two accelerator programs under MIST.
Mekong Angel Investors Network (MAIN), started by the Asia Development Bank-backed Mekong Business Initiative and Lotus Impact Fund, is planning to undertake tour missions in Myanmar every quarter from February 2017 with the aim to bring angel investors to the frontier market. MAIN – whose network includes serial entrepreneurs from Asia-Pacific,… Read more »
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Ideabox said it will sponsor The GO Project (GO) in Myanmar, a global start-up lab programme focused on educating people on innovation to become more entrepreneurial. GO is a global learning lab developed by nine aspiring entrepreneurs, designers and consultants from the USA, Mexico, and Finland. Since February, GO’s founding… Read more »
A new EY report warns that G20 leaders must better support young entrepreneurs through policies that ensure digital disruption enables rather than hinders their business development plans.
TYTC Services from Australia is almost ready to handle the waste collection system in Yangon. Japan’s Yanmar and Mitsui & Co joint ventures for agricultural solutions through machineries.
BOD Tech has also invested in a number of companies including Flymya.com, inmya.com, shopmyar.com, yangond2d.com, laundry.com.mm and onemya.com. Their latest investment is in food delivery start-up, Door2Door.
Myeik archipelago could see investments from Thailand; Yanmar Myanmar Co Ltd will be investing $6 million in the industrial side of the agricultural sector.
Frontier Digital Ventures (FDV) has made two landmark investments in Myanmar’s leading online automobile and property websites, marking its foray into the premier frontier market. The websites are MyanmarCarsDB.com and iMyanmarHouse.com. FDV offers participating entrepreneurs a singularly unique proposition, providing not only necessary capital, but also invaluable expertise in developing,… Read more »