InfoCorp Myanmar Participates in Myanmar Entrepreneurship Summit

InfoCorp Myanmar participates in the 3rd Myanmar Entrepreneurship Summit 2018 to showcase the Sentinel Chain solution.

The event is organised by Myanmar Young Entrepreneurship Association and held at the capital’s Myanmar International Convention Center 2. The guest of honour gracing the event is State Counsellor H.E. Aung San Suu Kyi.

Summit attendees include government representatives, corporates and young entrepreneurs from across industries. The event showcases exhibits and a host of topics and themes encompassing entrepreneurship development, digital technology, social enterprises and financial topics.

Event delegates can check out Sentinel Chain at the InfoCorp Myanmar booth located at #A1, and meet the team, including Mr. Roy Lai, founder and CEO of the parent company, and U Zeya Thura Mon, managing director of InfoCorp Myanmar.

“We are very happy to support Myanmar Young Entrepreneurship Association for the second consecutive year in its efforts to build a dynamic entrepreneurship ecosystem in the country.” Zeya Thura Mon.
“We hope that Sentinel Chain project will inspire many young entrepreneurs, and my advice to all entrepreneurs is that we must have unwavering tenacity to succeed in the face of pressures and must be versatile to change strategic course quickly.” Roy Lai.

About Myanmar Young Entrepreneurship Association

The association’s main objective is to empower young entrepreneurs and assist in creating a vibrant entrepreneurship ecosystem in Myanmar. As of today, MYEA has organised and participated in numerous events and activities with a variety of organisations both locally as well as internationally. Our members include an impressive pool of young entrepreneurs covering all sectors of the industry, with diverse abilities and expertise. We are passionate about the growth and development of entrepreneurship in Myanmar and have a culture of a Community of Friends. We stand ready to cooperate with others in the pursuit of growth and development in Myanmar and the region. At present , MYEA has over 1,500 members. In addition, the gender ratio is balanced amongst members.