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Lutha Kyaw (Mr)

Lutha Kyaw (Mr)

Co-founder, Director
email: luthakyaw@dss-myanmar.com

Lutha Kyaw [BA (Law), LL B] has involved in market research field over 15 years in both qualitative and quantitative research projects for the clients who are local companies as well as multinational companies and organizations.  Likewise fieldwork areas cover different cities and towns across Myanmar having insights into various socioeconomic and geographical conditions.

Focus group discussions (FGD), ethnographic study and in-depth interviews are more practically used qualitative research methods. Made home visits accompanying clients to share the personal product usage experiences of end-consumers across large cities of Myanmar. More projects of qualitative studies have been conducted (FGDs) involving in all steps but moderating.  In addition, Face-to-face interviews, home placement surveys and central location tests (CLT) are widely applied in Quantitative research projects, conducted.

Prior to establishing DSS as a co-founder, Lutha Kyaw worked with Myanmar Marketing Research & Development Co Ltd till his resignation in 2012 as an Assistant General Manager.

Journalism is a part of Lutha Kyaw’s professional life as he worked as Liaison Officer cum Translator with ITAR-TASS News Agency up to 1992 when its Myanmar Office was liquidated.  Anyhow he’s been a freelance translator since early 1980s making Myanmar to English language translation and vice versa.  Published in periodicals and exclusive translations are for business enterprises.

As a law graduate he’s been a Supreme Court Advocate since 1980 and actively practiced for some five years.  Though focusing on professional tasks, continue watching major legal developments in the country, and laws of Myanmar, over many decades.

Htun Htun Oo (Mr)

Htun Htun Oo (Mr)

Founder, Managing Director
email: htunhtunoo@dss-myanmar.com
 

Htun Htun Oo received Master of Development Studies (MDevS) from the Yangon Institute of Economics in 2008 and a B.Econ (Statistics) Q (1992) from the Institute of Economics (Yangon), Myanmar.  He is a regular member of International Statistical Institute (ISI) and member of two ISI associations – International Association of Survey Statistician (IASS) and International Association for Statistical Computing (IASC).

He has about 20 years of experience in research survey fields with various discipline – from marketing research to economic development including poverty analysis using quantitative method, qualitative method and mixed methods approaches.  He started his professional career in November 1994 when he joined as a project coordinator at Myanmar Marketing Research and Development Ltd.  He organized Quantitative Research Department and worked as a Quantitative Research Manager till January 2004.  Then he joined Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment Project (MYA/01/005 of UNDP) Technical Unit as a Statistician/Economist in February 2004.  He left the project in August 2011 and practiced as a freelance Consultant in both marketing and development research fields.

His expertise includes research methodology, survey design, questionnaire design, field management, training and implementation, survey data entry, data management, analysis and reporting, poverty analysis, M&E and establishment of M&E mechanism and impact assessment.  His special area also includes survey data analysis such as Missing Value Analysis, Descriptive Analysis, Significant Testing, Analysis of Variance, Multiple Regression Analysis, Factor Analysis, Correspondence Analysis, Cluster Analysis, Discriminant Analysis, Time Series Analysis and Forecasting.  He is also an expert user of CSPro, SPSS, MS Access and Excel.  He is also good at management of Vector Map and Thematic mapping using GIS data.

He has been writing many challenging market and social research reports for various Multinational Clients since year 1997.  In addition, he has contributed in writing of many national level development research reports since 2004.

Htun Htun Oo (Mr)

Htun Htun Oo (Mr)

Managing Director
email: htunhtunoo@dss-myanmar.com
 

Htun Htun Oo received Master of Development Studies (MDevS) from the Yangon Institute of Economics in 2008 and a B.Econ (Statistics) Q (1992) from the Institute of Economics (Yangon), Myanmar.  He is a regular member of International Statistical Institute (ISI) and member of two ISI associations – International Association of Survey Statistician (IASS) and International Association for Statistical Computing (IASC).

He has about 20 years of experience in research survey fields with various discipline – from marketing research to economic development including poverty analysis using quantitative method, qualitative method and mixed methods approaches.  He started his professional career in November 1994 when he joined as a project coordinator at Myanmar Marketing Research and Development Ltd.  He organized Quantitative Research Department and worked as a Quantitative Research Manager till January 2004.  Then he joined Integrated Household Living Conditions Assessment Project (MYA/01/005 of UNDP) Technical Unit as a Statistician/Economist in February 2004.  He left the project in August 2011 and practiced as a freelance Consultant in both marketing and development research fields.

His expertise includes research methodology, survey design, questionnaire design, field management, training and implementation, survey data entry, data management, analysis and reporting, poverty analysis, M&E and establishment of M&E mechanism and impact assessment.  His special area also includes survey data analysis such as Missing Value Analysis, Descriptive Analysis, Significant Testing, Analysis of Variance, Multiple Regression Analysis, Factor Analysis, Correspondence Analysis, Cluster Analysis, Discriminant Analysis, Time Series Analysis and Forecasting.  He is also an expert user of CSPro, SPSS, MS Access and Excel.  He is also good at management of Vector Map and Thematic mapping using GIS data.

He has been writing many challenging market and social research reports for various Multinational Clients since year 1997.  In addition, he has contributed in writing of many national level development research reports since 2004.

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