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August 31, 2021
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Chamber Business News: August 2021

3 AUG – AustCham Thailand Webinar on “BDOs Global Risk Landscape Report 2021”

On Tuesday 3 August 2021, AustCham Thailand held a webinar on BDO’s Global Risk Landscape Report 2021. We would like to thank the speakers, Peter Sheville; Partner, Risk Advisory at BDO in Thailand, and Sean Pascoe; Advisory Operations & Governance and Chair BDO Risk and Advisory Services APAC at BDO Australia, for providing in-depth analysis focusing on APAC regarding how the companies can embrace risk in this fragile business environment, maximize the benefits of technology and empower their people that can build agile businesses fit for the future.

17 AUG – AustCham Thailand Webinar on “Post COVID-19 Strategies for a Smart Exit”

On Tuesday 17 August, AustCham Thailand held a webinar on “Post COVID-19 Strategies for a Smart Exit”. We would like to thank Prasen Chakraborty, Head of Financial Advisory from Mazars in Thailand, for taking his time to provide us with an insight into how entrepreneurs and companies can plan wisely before the exit to avoid negative consequences.

19 AUG – AustCham’s Digital Economy committee virtual meeting on “Importance of Data Analysis and Usage”

On Thursday 19 August, AustCham’s Digital Economy Committee held a virtual meeting on the Importance of Data Analysis and Usage. Thank you to the speakers, Jan Rohweder, Managing Director & Co-Founder at Marketing Bear, and AustCham’s Digital Economy committee members, Stuart Shaw and Rajiv Parrab, for providing us with strategic elements of using data in Digital Frameworks for business and present examples of how companies can use data to their advantage. Specifically, we learned more about how to use Google Analytics data to our advantage and how to use Microsoft Teams and other collaboration platforms to transform business communication.

23 AUG – AustCham Thailand’s Health & Wellness Focus: Jetts Thailand J-Series online workout

On Monday 23 August, AustCham Thailand held its Health & Wellness Focus online session with Jetts Thailand who introduced us J-Series online workouts along with live demonstration. Thank you all trainers from Jetts Thailand for a helpful set of exercises that we can do at home.
Stay tuned for the full recording of the exercise session!
For those who would like to stay fit & firm, Jetts Thailand also has a daily online workout class schedule on their Facebook page and it’s free of charge. Feel free to join!

26 AUG – AustCham Thailand Webinar: The Australian University Admissions Exams Have Arrived in Thailand. What It Means For Expat & Thai Students

On Thursday 26 August, AustCham Thailand held its webinar on “The Australian University Admissions Exams Have Arrived in Thailand. What It Means For Expat & Thai Students”. Thank you to our speakers Karen Surmon, Trade Commissioner, Austrade Thailand; Roshan Perera, School Curriculum & Standards Authority, Western Australia; Phil Payne, StudyPerth, Australia, Western Australia; Michael Everingham, St. Mark’s Australian International School, Bangkok, for providing insights into what the ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank) means, how universities use it to offer placements, and why it can represent a more cost-effective approach to university admission.
Stay tuned for the full recording!
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