chan myae khine
Clients talk to Chan and she translates everything into executable designs, copies and campaigns. With social media in her blood, she has never lost track of what is happening at digital scene of Myanmar. While she doesn't manage what's going on at Amara, she loves watching Japanese drama as she does speak a bit of Japanese.
tin nilar soe
Nilar handles clients' expectations and acts as a bridge between clients and Amarans. As she used to be part of social media team, she couldn't help but check all copies and designs thoroughly before submitting to the client. If she is not working on campaigns and daily account management, she immerses herself in Kpop.
kyaw myo khaing
aung myin oo
What intrigues Aung most is what Amarans are doing right now. He considers what to install next at office to optimize the productivity in all projects. His best asset is knowing where and when to push to get things done. In his leisure time, he cooks and eat his own version of vegeterian food.
Kyaw spends most of his office hours just by losing himself in array of thoughts. Short-term and long-term plans of the agency are in his hands. Apart from keeping financial records in order, he strategizes how Amarans could serve clients more efficiently. He spends most of his weekend nights by watching good matches from English Premiere League.
San keeps the accounts flowing into Amara. She talks to potential clients and checks if there is anything Amara could help with to achieve their marketing goals. Listening to others well is her best quality. Apart from closing deals, she is addicted to super spicy food.
aung sett kyaw min
As an client maestro, Sett’s job is to liaise with the client, the content writer and the designer, ensuring nothing gets lost between the lines of communication. Translating content also falls within his purview. True to his eclectic interests, he is equally at home facilitating team-client communication as he is contributing articles to Curiosity, the country’s first free online science magazine.