The capital of Myanmar, Yangon was a thriving cosmopolitan city with a busy port in the 1920s but stagnated under decades of military dictatorship.

In 2011, when the Myanmar’s civilian-led government took power, the city has started open up to the world at an incredible pace. Thus, developing opportunities for tech entrepreneurs to play a new development role.


Nowadays, with a country evolving fast and an economy allowing a never-ending development, tech pioneers are launching new startups.


Phandeeyar, a tech and innovation hub offers an open-plan office complete with ping-pong table and 3D printer as long as seed funding and business advice to Burmese startups.


Even though Burmese startups are facing a lot of challenges, the startup ecosytem is growing fast and tackling the challenges to keep on developing their country.


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