Message from the Chairman
Born and raised in Mandalay from rural village to graduating with MBA and Ph.D in Hospitality, we started off with a simple and humble beginning. We moved on with our belief in dedication, vision and hard work. Today, we pride in our growth and unique hospitality culture. Due to the pooling of ideas and efforts with the driven management team and dedicated staff working relentlessly, this success has led to the emergence of Rich Mandalay Group of Co.,Ltd. Turning mistakes and failures into lessons and with trials and errors, this has made our performance more enriching and successful.
Since the formation of RMG, our commercial activities have grown into a variety of different industries, stemming from large scale development projects to production and manufacturing. Focusing on Hospitality sector, RMG has also collaborated with different international corporates to provide better hospitality services for Myanmar as a whole. We are proud to be one of Myanmar’s fastest youngest and fastest growing privately owned companies. Despite the numerous achievements that we are proud of, our ambition did not and will not stop at a certain limit. Till now, Our Group has contributed to both social and economical sectors from building schools for education enhancement and disaster relief and discovery to community development. RMG has actively involved in becoming one of the pillars in supporting and contributing for both the society and the country. We value ourselves as one in achieving charitable work and desired community partnership.
As moving forward, we will try our best to become reputable and active organization dedicated and committed to maintaining sustainable growth while contributing much to social, economic and environmental sectors.
Dr.Kyaw Kyaw Oo
Board of Directors
Dr. Than Than Sein
Having Ph.D in Human Resource, Being the executive director of Rich Mandalay Group, she is currently overseeing all human resource management relating to all the businesses by the group. Since in her early 20s, she expanded the weaving businesses starting from Mandalay Zay Cho Market to Yangon Thein Gyi Market. She continued to adapt to the changing business sector by attending Executive MBA by Yangon Institute of Economics.
She is not only a businesswoman in a class of her own but she is also a humanitarian.She was awarded the 2nd highest award for contributing the most to society by the government. Her attention to detail and discipline has helped heavily on the group’s success.
U Thura Oo
Thura Oo is the eldest son of the family. He graduated with Banking and International Finance from Cass Business School in England in 2015 and continued to extend his degree to MBA in 2017. After coming back from his studies, he worked his way up by learning the business from the bottom together with all the staff as in all hotels and construction sites.
After 5 years of his resilience and hard work, he is now taking responsibilities as the Director of the group closely supervising the company financial modelling and monitors together with the group development unit. As a Managing Director of Royal Golden Hotels, he has been involved in creating Myanmar’s hospitality sector to excellence in collaboration with different expertises from international corporates.
Dr. Kyaw Ye Hein
Kyaw Ye Hein is a honorary doctor graduated from the University of Manchester together with bachelor ate degree in Physiology. With his medical background, he is always taking personal interest in the wellbeing of all the people. He had also participated in many social welfare through various Rich Mandalay Group’s CSR programs from helping in disaster reliefs. Currently, he is reaching his hands out to Healthcare Sector as the group’s first step towards Life Care.
He is the youngest son of the family and working side by side with the Chairman since he was young in various business transactions, he is actively involved in Business Developing and Implementation as the Director of the Group. He has founded and branded the group’s textile production as “UKK” in 2018 and has actively involved in preserving traditional clothing culture while educating younger generations how well tradition should be passed on.