New Project Increases Serviced Office Space in Downtown Yangon ‘by 45%’


A company offering office space has launched a project that it says increases the available stock of serviced offices in downtown Yangon by 45%.

The Hintha Business Centre, a subsidiary of Anthem Asia Investment Group, in November launched its second project in Myanmar to provide office space for companies, organizations and other businesses.

The new space at Sule Square offers services aimed clients who are unable or unwilling to invest in their own office. There are co-working areas, a “Virtual Office” service that allows businesses without a physical presence in Yangon to have a mailing address, and meeting rooms.

Peter Witton, Director of Hintha Business Centre, said the new space was in a “strategic location”.

The company also offers a solution to the much maligned issue of having to pay up to a year up front for rent by allowing its clients to pay monthly.

Hintha@Sule has over 80 workstations and 25 offices, as well as video-conferencing meeting rooms, exclusive offices, and a business lounge.

“We provide a one stop commercial service for companies and organizations from registration to operation,” said Ma Thuzar Nyein, General Manager of Hintha Business Centre. “We’re a specialist business service that makes working easier in Myanmar.”


Source: Myanmar Business Today

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