PHY is Myanmar's first start-up incubator, running awesome programs which have helped Myanmar entrepreneurs launch scalable and sustainable businesses that have a positive impact in Myanmar.
PHY is also proud to have brought Global Entrepreneurship Week to Myanmar and to have acted as GEW Host from 2012-2014, bringing together the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Myanmar to celebrate entrepreneurship through events.
PHY is delivering start-up programs to Yangon University as part of the USAID-funded ADEPT program in partnership with the Kelly School of Business at the University of Indiana.
In early 2013, PHY was the initial seed of the co-working space sector in Myanmar, and provided many start-ups with a creative, affordable, and well-connected space to get their businesses started. Although we have since closed, we continue to advise others on getting co-working spaces started, as they offer important services to start-ups.
Project Hub's Co-Founders, Allion & Pete, are development professionals passionate about Allison Morris, Co-founder Allison is a ‘Jill of all trades’: an entrepreneur, program manager and policy analyst with experience managing social enterprise programs in Singapore and Myanmar and a passion for entrepreneurship, private sector development and impact investing. Allison is also a Partner at Morris & Silvester – an international development and emerging market advisory firm operating out of Singapore and Yangon. She holds an MPA from Sciences Po, Paris and a Bachelor’s in International Studies from Emory University. Her background in microfinance, education policy and women’s empowerment programs have led her to work with various agencies as a consultant, including the OECD, Care Myanmar and HelpAge International.
Pete Silvester, Co-founder Pete feels that helping entrepreneurs start sustainable, scalable, and impactful businesses is the best way to build developing economies. He also runs Morris & Silvester – an international development and emerging market research and advisory firm.