A Testimonail by “Face of Indawgyi”
Working with Managedline has been an absolute dream. We had been pursuing our goal of establishing a community-focused guesthouse in northern Myanmar and despite working with numerous other consultants and partners things were going nowhere. A friend recommended Managedline to us and immediately things got so much better. Unlike past consultants, Managedline immediately sent one of their team members to our location and they got to work right away.
Face of Indawgyi
What surprises many new investors about Myanmar is how critical cultural understanding is to a successful business venture. Myanmar was closed for 60 years, and there are nuances to conducting business and building relationships found nowhere else. Being successful in the western world doesn’t necessarily translate to success here.
As no case or company is the same, therefor we have a personal approach.
Managedline Consultancy takes care of the difficult details of starting a legal company in Myanmar so you can focus on the more important aspects of running your business.
A new investor to Myanmar encountered a local land owner who did not want to transfer their property documents after both parties negotiated a written agreement and an initial deposit was made.
The CEO of Managedline Consultancy, grew up in Myanmar and lived in Europe for 30 years before returning to her homeland. Her unique ability to operate comfortably and leverage the best of both cultures allows her to specialize in solving business issues between Myanmar citizens and international investors.
The latest media news about Myanmar:Disclaimer: The articles are not representing the opinion of Managedline
In Myanmar, economic opportunity and a renewed commitment to democracy are on the horizon if leader Aung San …
In Myanmar, economic opportunity and a renewed commitment to democracy are on the horizon if leader Aung San ... Business Insider80 US lawmakers seek release of jailed Myanmar reporters Minneapolis Star TribuneMyanmar's Suu Kyi: R...
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