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  • Exploring 127 parks via QueQ mobile app

    A test run of national parks travel via QueQ mobile app marked June 25 with “Khao Yai” started the first site before a fully launch of 127 parks nationwide on July 1, 2020. Varawut Silpa-archa, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, chaired the video conference meeting on policy and preparation for reopening of national parks […]

  • SPACE-F batch 2 paving the way for “Bangkok FoodTech Silicon Valley”

    NIA joins hands with academic and private sector taking the next step SPACE-F batch 2 “FoodTech Incubator and Accelerator Program”, the first in Thailand and Southeast Asia which will have startups’ innovations in response to the Covid-19, moving “Food Paradise” toward “Bangkok FoodTech Silicon Valley”. The project partners comprise Mahidol University, Thai Union Group Public […]

  • Handyman “Fixzy”, A Startup With Valiancy

    Fixzy, a handyman mobile app, is one of startup pioneers who won several international awards such as CBC Copenhagen 2018 of Denmark, ASEAN Rice Bowl Startup Awards 2019 of Best Life Helper category in Malaysia and ASEAN ICT Award 2019 in Vietnam.

  • 7 Trends That Propel Innovative Agriculture And Promote The Exponential Growth Of AgTech In The Future

    Teaming up with 4 top-notch universities, NIA will brainstorm with agricultural gurus to study and observe 7 Thai agricultural trends arising from from-farm-to-consumer production chain. The aim is to build new career opportunities and further traditional wisdom with deep tech and innovation. Thai startups will spearhead the change, taking traditional agriculture to a whole new […]

  • KBank Establishes KASIKORN Vision IT The First Fintech In China

    KASIKORNBANK (KBank) has established KASIKORN Vision Information Technology Co., Ltd. It is a fintech company wholly owned by KASIKORN Vision Co., Ltd. (KVision) with registered capital of RMB 300 million. It is the first fintech company to be set up by a foreign bank in Shenzhen this year. 

  • Investment Opportunities In The Post Covid-19

    The first six months of Covid-19 pandemic has very much impacted to Thai startups, especially the pre-Series A and Series A startups in the sectors of travel and events owing to the shutdown in tourism and exhibitions.