The magic behind Get.
Get believes that through inclusive technologies , the people of Myanmar and the world can move their economy from frontier to front runner.
Our team brings together technological might and operational expertise to make dreams a reality.
Born in Myanmar, Mike Than Tun Win moved to Singapore when he was eight years old and enrolled at the Victoria
School. Mike went on to earn his Bachelor of Business with a Major in Marketing and a Minor in Entrepreneurship from Nanyang Technological University. Mike returned to Myanmar in 2010, and has since founded eight companies across Singapore, Thailand and Myanmar within sectors as diverse as petrochemicals, logistics, and automotive. Combining local knowledge, an unrivalled network and an unwillingness to accept the status quo, GET is gifted with a leadership advantage. Mike Than Tun Win made headlines in 2019, founding Less Walk, a brilliant initiative to bring firsthand bicycles initially treated as waste in Singapore to Myanmar, allowing them to have access to both mobility and education.
A former Private Banker, Leon Qiu found himself wanting more than just serving the highly affluent. With a strong grasp in marketing, relationship management and customer experience, Leon Qiu is determined to see GET fulfil its destiny of doing well by doing good in an exponential fashion. Leon Qiu also receive the distinct honor of Impact entrepreneur of the Year 2020, conferred by ACE (Action Community for Entrepreneurs) supported by the government, under the patronage of Senior Minister of State for Ministry of National Development and Ministry of Trade & Industry for demonstrating exemplary impact entrepreneurial achievements.
Ex-General Manager of Project Dignity, an award-winning social enterprise headquartered in Singapore that specializes in a range of unique experiences including cooking classes, and community-focused events. Combining innovative business solutions with empowerment, he helped transform the street food industry with Dignity Kitchen™, Asia’s ﬁrst social enterprise food court run by diﬀerently abled and disadvantaged. Through Keat’s eﬀorts, Project Dignity won the Best Social Enterprise of the Year 2015 under the Presidents Challenge Award.
As a founding member of Project Dignity, he ventured into the unknown with a passion to empower the disabled and disadvantaged. He believes that every individual can achieve his potential and seeks to give individuals with disabilities and disadvantages more than a fair chance to do so.
Previously a senior consultant with Cognizant with over 10 years of tech consulting experience, Desiree Xu with her eye for detail and heart of gold now oversees our entire operations across Myanmar. Desiree graduated from the University of London, B.S. in Banking and Finance.
Sheriel graduated with a degree in Accountancy from the Singapore Management University under a full university scholarship. She worked as a Risk Advisory consultant in Singapore and Myanmar. Her work has seen her undertake projects in internal audit, corporate governance, risk management and investigative audits, across industries in both the public and private sectors. Her love for adventure has nurtured a sense of fearlessness and relentless passion towards leading a purposeful life. She is determined to make a positive impact in all her endeavors.
Wearer of many hats in the IT industry for 10 years, Zay served as CTO, Product Owner, Senior Web Developer, Team Leader, Project Manager, Personnel Development Trainer, Business Consultant and also as a key member of the leadership team charged with formulating strategic direction and devising business development initiatives consistent with overall technical strategy. Zay also represented Myanmar at the 2019 South East Asia Leadership Academy (SEALA) in Hanoi, where he upgraded his skillset to live, love and lead the people.