British Chamber of Commerce Myanmar (BCCM) signed two MOUs with the two business associations to explore business opportunities in Mandalay9 กันยายน 2562
The British Chamber of Commerce Myanmar (BCCM) has signed two memorandums of understanding (MOU) with the two business associations in Mandalay.
The BCCM signed the MOUs with the Myanmar Japan Alliance Business Association (MABA) on September 2 and with the Mandalay Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MRCCI) on September 3 to explore business opportunities in Mandalay.
“I think both associations are very important for Mandalay, and also Myanmar, by doing their part to introduce the best practices to businesses. We are very keen to work with the associations to explore the potential of special investments, and business opportunities from the UK. BCCM is also eager to introduce best practices from the UK, particularly in areas such as renewable energy and education,” BCCM CEO Peter Crowhurst told The Myanmar Times.
He added that the signing of agreements with multiple organisations in Mandalay allows BCCM to work with more businesses in Mandalay.
“We plan to hold a number of events with Dana Facility [a private sector development programme based in Myanmar, funded with £25 million from the UK government’s Department for International Development] at the end of the month.
And we want to hold other networking events in Mandalay every two months,” Crowhurst said.
“Mandalay is important to the BCCM because Mandalay is the crossroads of the country. The location is very important culturally and economically.”
MABA Secretary Ko Myo Thant said he is happy about the signing of the MOUs and is looking forward to working with the BCCM.