Be part of the worldwide movement of sustainable practices and use the chance to market your company within the rapidly growing tourism industry and making Myanmar a better place to live and visit.
Why partner with MRTA?
Demonstrate your commitment to sustainable development – support the development of an innovative and sustainable tourism sector that directly benefits communities, the economy and protects Myanmar’s environmental and cultural assets.
Generate publicity through MRTA’s social media channels, publications and events. Several national media channels will be present at the Awards Ceremony.
Expand relationships, collaborate and broaden existing networks with industry and business leaders. Access MRTI’s growing network of 2,000+ tourism professionals and over 5,000 more interested in or operating in the sector.
Associate your brand with the Myanmar Responsible Tourism Institute – support responsible tourism development and help to build the capacity of future tourism industry leaders in Myanmar.
Recognition for your organisation and its support of the continual improvement of tourism quality in Myanmar and supporting the SDG’s.
Be a pioneer – as this is our first call for sponsors, you will have the opportunity to be a part of MRTA from the very beginning.
Find out more about our partnership opportunities here.
“The Myanmar Responsible Tourism Awards have put issues such as climate change, effective resource management, poverty reduction and inclusive growth at the centre of tourism development.
Since 2017, the awards have uncovered many remarkable tourism organisations that plough back benefits into their communities, conserve nature and heritage, and benefit Myanmar destinations and Myanmar people.”
– Hon. Prof. Dr. Nicole Haeusler –
“The awards are important to motivate Myanmar tourism stakeholders to get down to the hard work of developing experiences and products which are better for visitors, local communities and the environment. The MRTA also recognises the concrete achievements of tourism businesses and other responsible tourism initiatives which are successful examples and good practices. This motivates the businesses to keep working hard and shows the whole industry what is possible.”
– Potjana Suansri –
Consultant on Cultural Tourism Development and Capacity Building. The NTF IV Myanmar Inclusive Tourism Project International Trade Center (ITC)
“Nowadays, more than ever, we need to show how well-chosen travel in Myanmar can benefit local communities and helps protect the environment.”
– Win Min –
Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business (MCRB)
“Through Myanmar Responsible Tourism Awards (MRTA), we want to influence tourism businesses to change their ways of doing business to be more inclusive and to diversify their products and markets.”
– Yadana Thant –
Business Innovation Facility (BIF)