The electronics giant wins title sponsorship for the country’s biggest real estate event
Samsung, a global leader in technology and electronics, has officially signed on as the title sponsor of the second annual Myanmar Property Awards 2016, the biggest and most prestigious real estate event in the country.
For nearly eight decades, Samsung has helped transform the way the world lives, with the company’s relentless innovation in home appliances, television and home theatre systems, cameras, semi-conductors, smartphones, tablets and personal computers, LED and LTE systems, medical devices and other breakthrough products such as the Gear VR.
A true digital leader, Samsung’s mission is to enrich people’s lives via efficient process and innovative technology across 79 countries. The company’s presence in Myanmar is led by Mr Nam Sik Ahn, managing director of Samsung Myanmar.
“As Myanmar has been seeing a rapid economic growth in every sector, no one can stand alone or stand out. Hence, we have to work together to create a better living environment and a more comfortable lifestyle for the people here. It’s a great honour for Samsung Myanmar to support this annually held prestigious event, which awards the most outstanding developers, projects and designs in the country’s real estate industry,” said Mr Nam Sik Ahn.
Being the title sponsor of the Myanmar Property Awards 2016, Samsung aligns itself with the country’s finest developers, which will be rewarded at the exclusive, black-tie Gala Dinner organised by PropertyGuru, Asia’s leading online property group, on Thursday, 30 June at the Sule Shangri-La Yangon, where some 300 of the industry’s top executives and professionals will gather.
Tickets are still available, including bundle package with the Property Report Congress Myanmar, a high-level networking conference featuring a keynote on the local market, a workshop on digital marketing, and panel discussions on establishing a mortgage market in Myanmar, tips on property and facility management, online marketing, and an outlook on Myanmar’s legal system and the real estate market.