Among the many ways the local real estate sector may recover in the post-COVID-19 period is to promote local brands internationally, PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards & Events managing director Jules Kay said.
“Our real estate awards will identify the very best projects in Myanmar, which will help to promote the sector to overseas buyers and investors. It’s a very useful means of making our brands distinct during the crisis,” Kay said.
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