Myanmar Sports & Leisure Expo 2018

2018-03-28 - 2018-03-30
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+84 908 098 561

One of the most dynamic economies in South East Asia with significant growth potential. A land link between China, India and the Asian countries. One of the fastest growing industries in Myanmar is the Health and Fitness Industry. In addition to, many new hotels are currently being built in Myanmar, and the tourism sector also offers enormous potential for economic of fitness equipment, fitness recreation and sports facilities. With the interest in football and sports, Myanmar will definitely be an up and coming market in the long-term. The populations in Myanmar are very large and there’s definitely intent to grow a sporting mindset.

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Coaches, Instructors, Trainers and Mentors

Government Agencies

Sports Schools, Colleges and Insititutions

Health, Fitness, Wellness and Spa Clubs and Studios

Hotel & Resort, Corporate Fitness Facilities

Multipurpose Clubhouses

National Sports Associations and Clubs

Sports Stadiums Operators & Managements

Sports Media & Publications

Sports Rehabilitation Centers and Sports Medical Hospital

Sports Retail Boutiques, Deparment Stores & Hypermarts

Wholesalers, Distributors & Retailers

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Commercial & Household Fitness Equipment

Stadium Construction

Sports Flooring Equipment

Synthetic Turf Systems/ Products

Sports Facilities Construction & Service

Outdoor & Leisure Sports

Sports Protective Gear & Accessories

Athletics Equipment

Massage, Rehabilitation Equipment & Accessories

Martial Art Equipment & Accessories

Sportswear & Accessories

Tennis/ Badmintion/ Golf/ Water and Other Sports Equipment

Bike & Accessories

Sports Application Software, Solution, Techonology

Health Food and Beverage

Healt Care  & Essentials

Spa Products and services

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