Expanding your business to a foreign country is not easy but at least the marketing sector can be smooth and effective if you have the right Digital Marketing Agency that will carry out your business or promote products to the right target. Lately in Myanmar, even though the political situation is having a huge impact on the country’s economy and people’s lives, several businesses are still operating with different marketing strategies through available channels. “Therefore, businesses need to adjust and find new ways in order to be successful under these tough circumstances.”
Myanmar had been experiencing a rough year since 2020 due to the outbreak effects of Coronavirus disease and became rougher in 2021 after the Military coup process happened. In 2022, the country is adapting to the current situations such as fights between the military forces and people’s defense forces, the new Omicron Covid-19 cases, and sudden rises in Fuel prices due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the electricity shortages in almost every part of Myanmar.
If the electricity shortages will continue like this throughout the whole year, there might be some impact on the media landscape including social networks, digital media, and other print media as well and also expect to see a rise in the sales of personal electricity supplies like generators, power banks, batteries, inverters, and solar panels.
It’s been almost two years since COVID-19 struck our world. We all realize how extreme it has affected us, no matter where you are. Streets were empty, hospitals were full, the economy was shutting down. Nowadays, things are on the upper side. Many countries are adjusting to a new normal life so well, they almost go back to the old normal. Which is very ideal.
Myanmar and the COUP
For decades Myanmar was ruled by the army. Ten years ago, the country started to reform, moving to democracy. The significant change happened in 2010 when the daughter of General Aung San, Aung San Suu Kyi, was back to her freedom and led her National League for Democracy (NLD) to win the election. From the last 25 years, this was the very first election officially under ‘democracy’. Continue Reading “What Should Thai Brands Do in Myanmar After the COUP?”
From 2020 to 2021, the outbreak of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and the coup in Myanmar (which began in the morning of 1st February 2021) caused significant effects on media markets. Some businesses were disrupted due to lockdowns, and some were controlled and suspended by the Myanmar military.
It is expected that the pandemic and the coup will negatively impact businesses throughout 2021. However, some media markets have been unaffected and even benefited from this as they launch their contents remotely through the digital channels. Continue Reading “Myanmar Media Landscape 2021”
How should businesses respond to Myanmar Coup?
Today is 19th March 2021. Our team has taken short notes from this webinar and we hope that it might be useful for you. If you have any comments or anything to share, let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org