Grab Thailand hosts its first GrabNEXT conference

Grab Thailand hosts its first semi-annual conference called “GrabNEXT” that aims to drive the use of technology for sustainable economic and social development in Thailand.

Sustainability is Epson Thailand’s obligation and not just CSR

Since its foundation almost eight decades ago, Epson has firmly adhered to the principle of sustainability throughout its business cycle.

KX Endless Capital’s strategy and mission as venture investor

Endless Capital, a venture investment arm of Kasikorn X (KX), focuses on long-term business partnerships with start-ups in the worlds of decentralized finance (DeFi), blockchains, Web 3.0, and Metaverse.

Hutchison Ports ready to transform Laem Chabang into ASEAN smart port hub

As the global trade and economy are gradually recovering from the pandemic, demand for marine ports and services is returning.

Nutanix’s transformation makes cloud simple and flexible to use

A leading US cloud computing company, Nutanix continues its growth by transforming the business model from one-time purchase of products and services to pay-per-use subscription.

L’Oréal Thailand aims to lead beauty tech in digital era

There’s no compromise when it comes to beauty. That’s why beauty products often make a rapid recovery after most crises.

AnyMind views MarTech as key to digital marketing

Technology plays an important role in marketing and advertising of the modern day, as customer behaviours are changing and becoming more complex in this age of new normal.

CarTrust aims to unlock the potential of Thailand’s second-hand car market

CarTrust is filling the gap and helping consumers to buy quality second-hand cars from trustworthy dealers.

Cargill Protein aims to drive plant-based protein business in Thailand

Agriculture has played a major role in Thailand’s development and has diversified significantly to meet the increasing demands of the domestic and global markets.

Result Plus makes ethical business shift from tanning to laundering ‘WashTech’

Entrepreneurs tend to give up after their businesses suffer big losses. But Wanchai Wongsaeng-anan decided to quit his previous business when it was growing prosperously and making over Bt300 million in annual revenues.



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