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May 28, 2020
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Chamber Business News: May 2020

8 May – AustCham Thailand Virtual Meeting: Women Leading from Home, sharing stories​

AustCham Thailand Virtual Meeting: Women Leading from Home was held on Friday 8 May 2020 with members of our Women in Leadership committee sharing experiences on how they have been coping as women leaders, both at work and at home, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

12 MAY – AustCham Virtual Rountable with Matthew Barclay, Australian Consulate General, Phuket

AustCham Thailand Virtual Roundtable with Matthew Barclay, Australian Consulate General, Phuket was held on Tuesday 12 May with updates on the situation in Phuket from the Australian Consulate General. Thanks to Matt and his consulate team for the support provided to AustCham members in Phuket and surrounding areas.

18 MAY – AustCham Thailand Webinar on Education with Borders

AustCham Thailand Webinar on Education with Borders with Dary Milani, Executive Director of International & Partnerships at the University of Newcastle (Australia) and Stephen Healy, co-founder and Managing Director of Nurture Higher Education, was held on Monday 18 May 2020, with our speakers discussing what international education looks like today in a COVID19 world and what it might look like into the future in a post-pandemic world.

14 MAY – Digital Workshop Online series ep 3 on Digital Audits for The Hotel Industry

AustCham Thailand held a webinar on “Digital Audits for the Hotel Industry” with Tom Nguyen Truong Tung, Managing Director of Syndacast , on Thursday 14 May 2020. Tom presented the travel market recovery scenario after COVID-19, preparing an owned-media checklist for hotels to get ready online, and setting up a digital media campaign checklist and best practices.

22 MAY – AustCham Thailand Virtual Meeting: AustCham’s Small Business & Entrepreneur SB&E Members

AustCham Thailand held a Small Business & Entrepreneur (SB&E) virtual meeting on Friday 22 May 2020. An update was provided on visas and flights to Australian by Australian Visas Thailand, the security situation in Thailand by Intelligent Risks Asia; government assistance measures for SB&E in Thailand by Grant Thornton Thailand; government assistance measures for Australians and Australian corporations by Fulcrum Thailand.

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