MISEF 2018 - SPRINGBOARD YOUR BUSINESS TO SUCCESS IN MYANMARIf you are looking to establish a presence in the security & re protection sector, there’s no better time than at MISEF 2018 – Your No.1 path to success in Myanmar.
MISEF 2018 – Myanmar’s International Security & Fire Prevention Exhibition is set to be held at MEP Mindama, Yangon, from 29 November to 1 December 2018. Co-located with the Expo is MYANBUILD 2018 – Myanmar’s No.1 International Building & Construction Exhibition, held to provide a platform for delivering solutions to meet the country’s increasing demand for quality building and construction needs as well as all-round security and re protection systems from various sectors of growth that includes banking and nance, retail, manufacturing, and commercial and residential properties. At this business-to-business Expo, you can be certain to meet face-to-face with top quality decision makers representing building & facility managers, system integrators, M&E engineers, developers, security and re-installers and consultants. The security and re protection sector is all set for an exponential evolution of growth, that would propel Myanmar ahead into a world of business opportunities.
In 2015, after a raging re engulfed a high-rise condominium, still in the midst of construction, the Myanmar Fire Services Department and Yangon City Development began issuing new safety instructions. The building was intended to become the tallest in Myanmar, was located in Mayangone township. When another re mishap occurred in the Mingalar Market, Yangon, a few years’ prior, re prevention and safety has become a major concern for the population of Myanmar. With developments such as these, the demand for security, safety and re protection are driving opportunities for quality technology and services supplier, relating to the security and re protection sector.
Expecting a total of over 350 exhibitors and over 6,000 sqm of exhibition space, MISEF 2018 is all set to be the biggest international trade exhibition for the security and re prevention industry in Myanmar.