Thailand, Southeast Asia told to focus on their retail and digital strength

Southeast Asia, and Thailand in particular, should focus on retail and digital industries that they excel globally, says a veteran expert

‘Watanya Amatanon’ transforms technology into sustainable business with “TAO BIN” beverage vending machine

When a technology company with over 30 years of experience turns its focus to the beverage service business with its self-designed and manufactured automated kiosks gaining rapid popularity, it becomes an intriguing case study of the key factors that lead to successful expansion into new ventures.

Ohkajhu: An organic food business born of love for mothers

The organic restaurant chain Ohkajhu is the brainchild of three childhood friends who dreamed of working together when they grew up.

VCs get choosier in funding startups, but Southeast Asia still has big growth potential

Southeast Asia is still a young digital market so there is a tremendous opportunity for further growth. The region is “young digital natives”.

Jo Thana ‘the connector’: Going with the flow to success

Thana “Jo” Thienachariya has worked in a diverse variety of business sectors, including finance, telecoms, banking and retail. 

Appsynth seeks to expand through IP creation, partnership with clients

Appsynth Asia Co Ltd, a digital innovation consultancy, is looking for business expansion overseas after 13 years of existence in Thailand.

Founder aims to turn EcoloTech into world-class earth-saving tech firm

Why should we stop drinking bottled water? Is it bad for the environment as those plastic bottles are guaranteed to be recyclable?

With Web 3.0, the world is changing faster than expected

For Jirayut “Topp” Srupsrisopa, founder and CEO of Bitkub Capital Group Holdings, we will see changes that go even faster and stronger with the current Web 3.0.

Bluebik Vulcan MD focuses on digital intelligence to face challenges

Over two decades in the IT sector, Panya “Pong” Pornkajornkitkul has accumulated expertise in application development since the days he worked at a unit of MFEC Group.

Bumrungrad’s Heart Institute is much more than medical services provider

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the No. 1 killer in Thailand, causing about 70,000 deaths annually. The number of CAD deaths has also been rising every year here.



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