Democratic reforms since 2011, the lifting of U.S. sanctions in 2012, and a marked increase in foreign investment ahead of the 2015 elections—given these positive changes, international business is becoming much more involved in Myanmar. But will these developments truly enhance the prospects for an inclusive, sustainable economy? While a flurry of “ethical” investors is focused on Myanmar, many have looked, listened, learned, and left. Meanwhile, capital inflows from China and other regional investors are filling the gaps. How can responsible business proactively engage with stakeholders in Myanmar to catalyze sustainable development? With insights from companies operating in or considering investing in the country, this one-hour conversation will highlight the tremendous opportunity to get things right from the beginning in Myanmar. It will focus on proactively seeking localized, collaborative solutions through transformative partnerships and transparent dialogue with a wide range of stakeholders.