Monnect Group is an emerging company based in Myanmar. Our business provides one-stop media strategy services for cultural and creative inds international sporting events through a variety of media approaches suchustries ranging from advertisements, conferences and exhibitions, commercial performances, as well as televisions, films, internet and other multimedia channels. The company has strategic partners both domestically in Myanmar and internationally, and is capable of carrying out business activities in these countries. For instance, in 2014 we proudly co-hosted T-POP Festival in Thailand and the Australian PGA Championship, both of which gained not only economic but also social benefits. We work with partners who share the same value and goals with us, and endeavor to generate values for our clients and societies.
Who We Are?
As the branch company of Global CAMG(Australla) in Myanmar, MONNECT has strategic partners both domestically in Myanmar and internationally. The Global CAME Group family has a large working team throughout the Asia-Pacific Region via its subsidiaries in New Zealand, Korea, China, Thailand, and Indonesia, as well as Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Nepal, etc, Running nearly 100 radio frequencies and TV channels, Internet, social media, print media, and so on. This made us capable fo carrying out all kinds of media business and activities in these countries. For Instance, In 2014, we proudly co-hosted T-POP Festival In Thailand and the Australlan PGA Championship, and Support Myanmar stage show in 2015, all of which gained not only economic but also social benefits.
What We Do?
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Australla. Monnect has established itself as a local media group through local and international multi-media platform. As a practitioner in the booming creative media in Myanmar, we are proud of every positive change we have brought to our client through expert solutions. It is our aspiration not just to achieve the stature of our client, but also to help our client to reach their goal in Myanmar.