Zaw Min Win

Zaw Min Win - Myanmar Industries Alliance Public / Golden Land East Asia Development

Zaw Min Win

Birth: 28 January 1950
Source of wealth: Myanmar Industries Alliance Public / Golden Land East Asia Development

Type: Private
Founded: 1996
Address: No.G/1/5, Aung San Stadium (South Wing), Kun Chan Rd, Sanchaung Tsp, YANGON
Business: Supermarkets & Stores, Supercenters, Bakeries & Café, Book Stores, Pharmacies, Shopping Centers, Maternity and Babies Stores, Trading, Construction, Agribusiness

Zaw Min Win was elected as the President of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI) in 2016, He is collaborating with the government to dramatically enhance the country’s economy, starting from the local small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

““Myanmar is rich in agricultural resources and farms. If the partnership companies cooperate on that land, agricultural production will becomes more qualified and more valuable. We can raise our economy effectively using the fact that Myanmar has fair labour wages.”

Zaw Min Win is a prominent businessman in the business community and ministerial circle of Myanmar. He has a great aspiration to lead the Myanmar private sector business community working with the government sector with a view to bring about all-inclusive economic development and growth, achieving shared prosperity for all.

The Government needs to provide better and a more conducive business friendly environment through Public-Private Partnership consultation, cooperation and work programs for the sustainable economic development of Myanmar.

Zaw Min Win received his Master’s Degree in Science (M.Sc.) from Yangon University. He is one of the old veterans of the Chamber, joining the UMFCCI since 1990 as Joint General Secretary (II) up to 1998 and then in 1999 as Secretary General. Later he was nominated and elected as Vice President of the UMFCCI for several years till 2016. During his career in UMFCCI he is a well-known business personality with good reputation, integrity, credibility and capability, hence he was elected as the President of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry by majorly vote of the members in 2016.

Other than this, he was the Chairman and founder of the Myanmar Industries Association (2011-2016), besides being Chairman and founder of the Myanmar Food Processors and Exporters Association (2006-2016). He is chairman of Myanmar Industrial Alliances Public (MIAP). MIAP also is one of the shareholders and initiated the formation of Myanmar National Telecom Holdings Public (MNTH) with a view to develop and promote telecom and IT sector and mobile operators. MNTH is also one of the shareholders in Telecom International Myanmar (MYTEL) which is the 4th telecom company in Myanmar.

In addition, he is one of the Board of Directors of the Golden Land East Asia Development, investing in Myanmar Thilawa Special Economic Zone Holding as a member company and builders; since 2013, one of the Board of Directors of the United Diamond Motor, whose main business was importation, marketing and distribution of Nissan brand-cars in Myanmar and also the Advisor of the AEON, Japan since 2015.

He is a Member of the Private Sector Development Committee, chaired by Union Vice-President (1), Member of the SME Development Committee chaired by Union Vice-President (1) and Vice-Chairman, SME Development Agency.

He is one of the members of the ASEAN Business Advisory Council, East Asia Business Council, Greater-Mekong Sub-region Business Forum and ACMECS. He also actively and enthusiastically participates in the international regional business organizations such as ICC, ASEAN Business Advisory Council, East Asia Business Council, GMS-Business Council, ACMECS, BIMSTEC activity in promoting economy and the development of Myanmar SMEs (MSMEs).

Zaw Min Win is an eminent leader not only in Myanmar Business Community, but also in Asia Business Chambers and Association circles, as he has been playing a vital role for over 20 years in promoting the development of business enterprises (inclusive of MSMEs) and Myanmar business society in close cooperation with ASEAN and ASEAN+6 counterparts.