The fifth edition of the PropertyGuru Myanmar Property Awards will be hosted on Friday evening, 23 October 2o19, at the Sule Shangri-La Yangon, the event’s Official Hotel.
Located in the heart of Yangon, the posh Sule Shangri-La was also the venue of the first two gala dinners of the PropertyGuru Myanmar Property Awards in 2015 and 2016.
Presented by global brand Kohler, this year’s Awards will celebrate excellence in the property sector, shortlisting an elite 17 companies and projects to recognise the country’s finest real estate development, design and even bank facility.
The evening’s most distinguished guest is U Win Aung, chairman of Myanmar Thilawa SEZ Holdings, will receive the 2019 Myanmar Real Estate Personality of the Year, joining an elite list of previous winners including: U Yang Ho, Chairman, Mottama Holdings (2018); Aung Zaw Naing Group CEO, Shwe Taung Development Co., Ltd. (2017); and Serge Pun, Executive Chairman, SPA Group of Companies (2016).
The exclusive annual event is one of the most prestigious in the real estate sector, supported by platinum sponsor Kohler; gold sponsor Hitachi Elevators & Escalators; bronze sponsor Nippon Paint; official portal partner iMyanmarHouse.com; official newspaper The Straits Times (Myanmar Edition); official hotel The Sule Shangri-La Yangon; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; media partner Myanmar Insider; supporting association European Chamber of Commerce Myanmar; and official supervisor BDO.
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