7th Myanmar ICT Exhibition was successfully held from May 20 to 22 at Yangon, Tatmadaw Hall. At that Exhibition there were many ICT companies participated and gave much special sales promotion for their products.
Team Media Lane exposed in that Exhibition and held the lucky draw which rewarded the world’s thinnest monitor, AOC for one of our portal www.MyanmarJobSearch.com.
The winner of that lucky draw system was Ma Zin Mar Lwin and Team Media Lane congratulate her for participating in our lucky draw and being a first one to own the world’s thinnest monitor, AOC and, of course, being a lucky day.
As for the others, people who registered at above mentioned period on www.MyanmarJobSearch.com will no longer need to register again and now free to use it at online as registered members.
Here we are again at Seikkanthar Computer Expo 2011. We would like to show you our amazing innovation, www.MyanmarICT.com, and other creations. You should be there to see the improvement of our latest innovations and feel the differences!!
Also, for www.MyanmarICT.com followers and visitors to Seikkanthar Computer Expo 2011, we will offer you an Apple iPad, as a Present. So don’t forget to come and get our Lucky Draw Coupon and fill the form at www.MyanmarICT.com to get an Apple iPad.
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We would like to thank everyone for participating in our Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on 8/1/2011. We could not have asked for a better turn out!
We would like to give special thanks to Daw War War Htun, Entrepreneurs in Myanmar that attend our Grand Opening, our Guests from Embassies. Also a special thanks to our Guest from IT and Media fields, our relatives and Celebrities that gave their time and attended our Grand Opening.
And finally, thank you to everyone who made our day such a huge success. Everyone presence made a huge difference!
By Nilar Win, Myanmar Times
August 9 – 15, 2010
COMPANIES in Myanmar are playing catch-up when it comes to website design, several industry sources said last week.
While the websites of companies and government ministries are lower in quality than regional competitors, that’s starting to change, said Ko Pyo Min Min, the director of Media Lane Agency.
Ko Phyo Min Min has worked for eight years in web architecture and online design. His skills have been utilised by international companies including IBM Australia, Palm Mobile Computing and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
He says local businesses are increasingly aware of the role that websites play in attracting customers, even if online banking or payment services are not available yet.
“Some local business owners realise that their websites will be essential in the future,” he said.
“Those businesspeople who travel abroad a lot and experience online marketing elsewhere know the importance of online marketing. When they return to Myanmar they try hard to find customers through creative websites,” he said.
Ko Phyo Min Min said he educates clients about web design while he crafts their sites, and emphasises the importance of snagging customers quickly.
“A good first impression is essential. The website should send a clear message to a customer about the business immediately,” he said.
Ko Ag Zaw Htwe, the general manager of Yangon Online Store (www.yangononlinestore.com), said he launched the business three months ago. For him, creating a good first impression is particularly important because there is no shop to rely on.
“The business and website was launched three months ago and many people have already indicated an interest in our service. About 5000 people visited our site this month,” Ko Ag Zaw Htwe said.
“Yangon Online Store is not an online shop because we don’t sell things online. Instead, we advertise products from elsewhere and if somebody approaches us, we purchase that item for them,” he added.
Ma Christie, who was a famous model in Myanmar prior to moving to Australia, is trying to crack into the fashion industry with her “Christie & Blay” label. She hired Media Lane Agency to design her website but has also opened a shop in Yankin township.
For her, an attractive online presence is a more efficient shopping experience for customers and businesses than a trip to a physical store.
“We can save time and effort by shopping online. We can do our shopping there [in Australia] without going to a shopping centre, with online payments. I don’t really know much about the condition of the online marketing and banking sector in Myanmar but I understand that nearly every business will need their own website in the future,” Ma Christie said.
Ko Phyo Min Min said that an attractive website on its own isn’t enough – it must be updated regularly as well. “Websites must be active – they must be updated every time a new product or service becomes available. To do that you must employ staff who know how to do that who and are in charge of maintaining the site,” Ko Phyo Min Min said.
Media Lane Agency offers four website development packages ranging in price from K299,000 to K2.49 million to establish a site and manage it for one year.
Ko Phyo Min Min said that for the industry to continue to develop it must build up its human resource capacity. He said he is running a training school to share his knowledge with other local web developers but added that those who want to make it in the industry must have some important qualities.
“A professional web developer must have critical thinking ability, a sense of design and should have strong English-language skills in order to self-study.”
You just be there to make sure to see our innovation. We’ll be showcasing our latest innovation including ‘www.myanmarict.com’ for all of our ICT enthusiasts in Union of Myanmar. Also, we will be putting you on 50 percent discount for world-class Web Genius Workshop if you are one of those who are into creating world-class websites.
Come see us at The Grand Entrance, Strand Hotel in Yangon, Myanmar. Sorry for our Aussie friends, you just missed out physically at our innovation. Don’t worry though, you still can keep up on our website if you see this post.
See you there.