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Remote Working and the Myanmar Gig Economy


With remote working sharply on the rise during the Covid-19 crisis, more people are getting the day's tasks done at home. ​I​t's no surprise to see the World Economic Forum pointing to workplace flexibility as a critical topic in the future of work. Meanwhile, it's becoming more and more common to piece together an income from several different sources. We're witnessing a massive shift across the globe from traditional work and full-time employment to freelancing, working part-time, and independent contracting.


The Remote Working and Myanmar Gig Economysharing session gives you the tools to work efficiently and effectively, remotely. You will discover a range of technologies used for remote working, basic principles and requirements of working with locked-in employees, as well as Myanmar gig economy trends.


BENEFITS - After this session you should be able to:

  • Work effectively with colleagues online while building and maintaining good relationships
  • Use a range of tools to work effectively at home, enhancing productivity
  • Maintain your business growth during the pandemic by taking advantage of gig economy and advanced technology


Date: Wednesday 8th April, 2020


Time: 16.00 until 17.00

Venue: This event will be run as a Webinar

Access: You will be sent the link to attend 24 hours in advance


Cost to Members: FOC

Cost to Non-members: $5


Cancellation Policy

If you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your place at least 48 hours in advance. All no-shows will be charged the entry fee.

Apr 8, 2020

4 PM - 5 PM

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Speakers

  • Honey Mya Win (CEO & Co-Founder of Chate Sat Yar Co., Ltd.)

    Honey Mya Win

    CEO & Co-Founder of Chate Sat Yar Co., Ltd.

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Member Price Free
Non Member
$5
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