PropertyGuru Myanmar Property Awards in partnership with Shwe Property
The 6th PropertyGuru Myanmar Property Awards in partnership with Shwe Property gala dinner and awards presentation ceremony will be held at the Sule Shangri-La Hotel on 23 October 2020.
Tickets are made available on a first come, first served basis. Exclusive for finalists and event partners only.
More than 250 guests and VIPs attend the gala event, which is exclusive for shortlisted developers, sponsors and partners, comprising C-level and senior industry figures in real estate development, property consultancy, construction, marketing, property technology, legal, finance, and architecture and design. Select members of the media cover the event. For detailed information, click here
YANGON, Myanmar –– 14 July 2020
PropertyGuru Myanmar Property Awards in partnership with Shwe Property virtual roundtable navigates the real estate industry amid global pandemic
A formidable group of knowledgeable experts and thought leaders in Myanmar real estate converged for a timely videoconference tackling the state and outlook of the country’s property market during the 2020 global pandemic.
PropertyGuru, Asia’s leading property technology company, in partnership with ShweProperty, the leading property website and number one online real estate group in Myanmar, hosted a virtual roundtable on Tuesday, 14 July 2020 at 15:00-16:30 YGN (15:30-17:00 BKK, 9:30-11:00 UK). The Zoom session was made accessible to local media, property professionals, and the general public.
With experts coming from the industry-leading PropertyGuru Myanmar Property Awards in partnership with Shwe Property, the roundtable revolved around the prospect of navigating the Myanmar real estate industry amid the Covid-19 health crisis. Speakers touched upon various topics including the current sentiment from overseas real estate investors for Myanmar real estate and an outlook for the property market in light of the global pandemic, as well as beneficial digital tools that developers can use to mitigate the crisis. Read Moore