Myanmar's electrical engineering and power generation and transmission industry is heating up, and your chance to electrify your business in the country is here with MYANENERGY 2017 Expo.Recognised since 2013 as the industry's Biggest Electrical Engineering and Power Generation and Transmission Expo, MYANENERGY Expo will be next held from 23-25 November 2017 at the New Exhibition Hall in Yangon and is your most comprehensive platform to showcase your business to the Myanmar market.
The Asian Development Bank has reported 8.4% growth in Myanmar's gross domestic product in 2016, and 2017 figures are projected to be 8.3%. This greatly puts the country ahead of all other countries in the Southeast Asian region in terms of economic growth. With a new leadership under Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's political party, a strong population of over 52 million people and a large proportion of its people in the working class, the country's has great capability to maintain its rapid progress.
At the same time, the Myanmar government, in conjunction with World Bank, JICA and ADB, has recently implemented the new Myanmar Energy Master Plan, National Electricity Master Plan and the National Electricification Plan, which will see significant investments into the power generation and transmission sector in the country.
With an installed capacity of only 5235MW in the entire country of 52 million and electrification rate of 34%, there is much room for growth in the sector.MYANENERGY 2017 is expected to have participation by over 260 exhibiting companies and an attendance of over 6,000 trade visitors all over the country.
Whether your objective is to conduct market feasibility studies, seek local partners and distributors, increase existing market share in Myanmar, or simply just to maintain relationships with key clients while looking for new opportunities with foreign partners, you can be certain to meet your objectives at MYANENERGY 2017.
Take action today and reserve your ideal booth location at MYANENERGY 2017 to electrify your business in Myanmar! Contact Ms Juju at firstname.lastname@example.org / +959786871526 or Mr Darren at email@example.com / +60162454791 for more information.