We first entered Myanmar with an invitation by B2B Magazine to conduct the first Shape the World Conference on 8th January 2013. The event, held at Traders Hotel, saw the attendance of about 120 business leaders and professionals from diverse industries such as banking, telecommunications and other service providers. The experience changed our perception about Myanmar because we met a group of professionals who had studied overseas and were eager to make a difference as the country continues to open up.
Till date we have served and advised some of the largest enterprises in the country with interests across industries.
After almost five decades of military junta rule, the year 2016 would see a momentous event with the changing hands of the government. In an interview with The Columnist, Mikael Knudsen, a Senior Consultant of Consulus who has been based in Myanmar for 2.5 years, expresses his joy at the prospect of the country’s success and also reminds about the challenges ahead and the need to progress with caution.
This 2015 congress was held in March in Yangon, Myanmar with the participation of more than 200 journalists from more than 60 countries, including Myanmar journalists.
Our CEO, Mr Lawrence Chong has been invited to attend this year’s IPI World Congress in Yangon, Myanmar to be held 27th-29th March 2015.
Without pro-actively addressing our past differences and finding a way to overcome them, those issues will continue to haunt us and drag us into conflict, eventually destroying all that we have built.
According to the Economist, 41% of companies will invest in a social enterprise network to enhance collaboration in the workplace. Here is CastleUp, designed for Asian companies.
CastleUp offers companies the chance to quickly share ideas and updates, and retrieve them with ease later on.
Mikael Knudsen, Consulus Myanmar country representative gave advice to over 250 businessmen and professionals from diverse industries and services at Consumer Trends, Marketing and Branding Strategies Seminar.
Myanmar is a country of beautiful landscapes that range from mirror lakes to ancient kingdoms. “Mysteries of Myanmar”, a research project by Consulus, offers a glimpse into this blessed land.
The Columnist caught up with Mr. K K Hlaing, Chairman of SMART Group of Companies, to find out how talent development affects the Myanmar Oil & Gas industry.
Reports indicate that global brands aren’t waiting for their products to hit the shelves before ramping up their advertising campaigns in Myanmar…
Talent development and succession planning in Myanmar is still in its infancy. Local management consultancy, Device Services, talks about the next step that companies need to take.
Private and public sector leaders from the country will convene at the Shape the World Conference in Myanmar on 8 January 2013 …