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  • Hammerhead Raises $4.2M To Build A Smarter Operating System For Bikes

    Hammerhead founder and CEO Piet Morgan is a bicyclist, and he started the company because he wanted a better navigation system. So Hammerhead crowdfunded its first product, the H1, and subsequently built Karoo, a “cycling computer” that supports navigation and training. But Morgan told me his ambitions are bigger than that. After all, he sees a future where […]

  • Startup Guide Bangkok To Be Launched Through A Collaboration Of Startup Guide And Thai Partners

    Bangkok’s startup ecosystem is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with. With high mobile and social media usage among its population, it should come as no surprise that Thai fintech and ecommerce startups are leading the way in Southeast Asia. The government has introduced a variety of initiatives aimed at making Thailand accessible for foreign entrepreneurs and investors alike. Such factors become a source of collaboration of Startup Guide and local partners to introduce Startup Guide Bangkok.

  • TAT Celebrates 59th Anniversary Launching HackaTravel For Startups

    Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) celebrates 59th anniversary having certified ISO 27001 : 2013 Information Security Management System (ISMS) by BSI Group (Thailand) Ltd., the business standards company, and Asian Intelligent Information Technology Ltd., the consultant in information technology security and process improvement to TAT.

  • DTAC Teams Up With Garena To Accelerate Thailand’s Mobile E-Sports Growth

    dtac and Garena (Thailand) a leading online game and social platform, through which, users can access popular and engaging mobile and PC online games, officially launch “Free Fire Thailand Championship 2019 Presented by dtac” to address the popularity of ‘Garena Free Fire’ and to drive Thai gamers and e-sports to international stage.

  • Visionary Women In Technology Across The Globe Recognized By At 2019 Technology Playmaker Awards, a digital technology leader, has announced the recipients of the 2019 Technology Playmaker Awards. Now in its second year, the awards recognize women across the global technology scene who are trailblazing new paths, creating innovative products and experiences, positively impacting communities and inspiring future generations. Eight prizes were awarded, including seven individual category awards, one employer award, and the overall 2019 Technology Playmaker of the Year award.

  • NIA-NSTDA And Thai Startups Visit Huawei In China

    During March 11-12, 2019, the MOST Startup working group of Science and Technology Ministry, led by National Innovation Agency (Public Organization) or NIA and National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) together with the winning teams of Startup Thailand Pitching Challenge 2018 visited the operation of Huawei Technologies in China.

  • 4 Startups From Thailand Attended South By South West 2019 (SXSW)

    Four startups and a band from Thailand, led by National Innovation Agency (Public Organization) or NIA, attended SXSW conferences and festivals for the very first time. Startups representing Thailand are Local Alike, Cookly, My Band and Zipevent.  

  • HRH Princess Ubolratana Visits Thai Booth At ITB Berlin

    National Innovation Agency (Public Organization) or NIA joined force with Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), bringing three Thai startups along to attend ITB Berlin 2019 in early March in Germany.  These startups are Take me tour, Golfdigg and Socialgiver. In the tourism trade fair, Princess Ubolratana made a visit to Thailand’s booth and was greeted […]