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August 30, 2020
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Chamber Business News: August 2020

5 AUG – AustCham Thailand Member Briefing: Post-Covid Recovery for the Thailand Building & Construction Industry

AustCham Thailand returns with its member briefing on “Post-Covid Recovery for Thailand’s Building and Construction Industry”, with a panel of experts from ANZ Bank, NS BlueScope, 1D Property, and a former CBRE Executive Director, on Wednesday the 5th of August 2020. The member briefing covered a series of topics ranging from potential future scenarios of a post-Covid Thai market to addressing and looking at the current property market in Thailand.

11 AUG – Australian Alumni AustCham’s Women in Leadership: Finding your Personal Brand

AustCham’s Women in Leadership committee, together with the Australian Alumni and Australian Embassy Thailand held our first face-to-face event after Thailand unlock where we had HR & Recruitment experts share perspectives on self-branding!. Furthermore, a LinkedIn expert, joined live from Singapore and gave some tips on becoming a successful candidate. We would like to thank the speakers for their contribution on the day.

18 AUG – Meeting with Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) officials

AustCham’s President, Benjamin Krieg, and Executive Director, Brendan Cunningham, met with Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) officials recently to discuss domestic tourism initiatives for the Australian-Thai community.

20 AUG – AustCham Thailand Webinar: Immunity in a Viral World – The Role of Nutrients and Herbs

On Thursday 20th August, AustCham Thailand, joined by Blackmores Thailand, our Platinum sponsor, held a webinar on “Immunity in a Viral World – The Role of Nutrients and Herbs”. Thank you to our speakers, Brett Friedman, a Healthcare Professional Trainer and Educator with Blackmores Institute for sharing knowledge regarding the nutrients that are important for immune system health and function and discussing which complementary medicine ingredients are indicated for infections of the respiratory tract, as well as dietary and lifestyle recommendations for maintaining immune health.

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