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November 1, 2021
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Chamber Business News: October 2021

5 OCT – AustCham Thailand Webinar: Smart Warehouses: New Normal of Industry

On Tuesday 5 October, AustCham Thailand held its webinar on “Clean Power Solutions for factories” with Thailand’s leader in fully integrated logistics and industrial facilities, the WHA Group. We would like to thank our speaker, Mr. Chairin Netipiraphong, Deputy Director-Business Development, WHA Corporation PCL, for taking his time providing us with insightful information regarding the application of innovative technology in warehouse and logistics operations.

7 OCT – AustCham Thailand Virtual Meeting on Developing your team – why now is better than later

On Thursday 7 October 2021, AustCham Thailand held its virtual meeting on “Developing your team – why now is better than later” featuring six leading Trainers & Coaches from our AustCham membership base. The speakers outlined various training/coaching options from Leadership Development to One-to-One Coaching to Sales Training Techniques, highlighting methodologies used and the expected outcomes / ROI, including why it’s best to start/continue developing your team today. We would like to thank Amanda Oldridge; Principal at People Insight, Ben Horgan; Senior Coach and Head of Thailand Sales at excedo, Vincent Pourre; Managing Director at Optima Consulting, Peter Mason; Director at Mason Partners Consulting, Isabel Valle; Founder and Peak Performance Strategist at Global Room, and Robert Bluett; Founder & Chairman at People Plus, for making this virtual event successful.

For those who would like to contact the trainers, visit our directory ( for more information.

20 OCT – AustCham Thailand Webinar on FinTech markets and laws in Thailand

On Wednesday 20 October 2021, AutCham Thailand held its webinar on “FinTech markets and laws in Thailand”. Thank you to Khun Kullarat Phongsathaporn, Partner at Baker McKenzie, for providing us with an overview of the landscape in the FinTech markets and FinTech laws in Thailand; the regulatory framework for the current trends in FinTech and the foundation of legal and regulatory issues necessary for FinTech businesses in Thailand.  

20 OCT – Joint Chambers Phuket Business Briefing on “What’s Ahead – Phuket’s plans for kickstarting the economy”

On Wednesday 20 October 2021, AustCham Thailand, in collaboration with Australian Alumni, British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT), Belgian-Luxembourg/Thai Chamber of Commerce, CanCham Thailand, Franco-Thai Chamber of Commerce (FTCC), German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (GTCC) and the Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce (NTCC), held the Join Chambers Phuket Business Briefing on “What’s Ahead – Phuket’s plans for kickstarting the economy” prior to the Sundowners at Phuket Boat Lagoon. Thank you to all the panelists, Matthew Barclay; Australian Consul-General in Phuket, Thailand, Shaun Stenning; CEO of 5 Star Marine, Sumi Soorian; Development Director at Phuket Hotels Association, and Stuart Reading; Head – Group Property Development / Senior Vice President at Banyan Tree, for sharing insightful information and optimism regarding the reopening of the country and its impact on the tourism and hospitality industry.
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