Unicity eyes official opening in Myanmar

Unicity, a US-based health and supplement marketing company, says it is rapidly expanding its business in the Asean Economic Community (AEC), and has announced its official opening in Myanmar.

Christopher Kim, president for the Asia-Pacific region at Unicity International, said the firm was one of the industry leaders for both nutritional supplements and business development and had a business presence in more than 30 countries around the globe.

He said Unicity’s business in Southeast Asia continued to emerge as an industry leader, especially in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and countries are opening up to a free market like Myanmar.

He added that with the AEC arrangement coming up this year, Unicity saw no boundaries to its growth opportunities and potential.

Business vision
He expressed his confidence that in 2015, Unicity’s business would expand to include leading business owners, health professionals, successful entrepreneurs, and people from all backgrounds and experiences seeking an opportunity to improve the lives of others.

He said Unicity’s success grew not only from improving its business vision, but also from de-monstrating an unyielding effort to improve the quality of life of all people through world-class products. The people of Myanmar will have the opportunity to join hands with thousands across the world in unity to inspire and motivate others to truly “make life better”.

“Unicity is now officially established in Myanmar,” Kim said, adding: “We have dedicated our full support and experience in helping all distributors in Myanmar be as successful as possible.”

Source: The Nation

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