News | Startup Thailand - Part 49

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  • Somkid seeks startup ecosystem support

    Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak urges all sectors to join forces in building up a thriving startup ecosystem to push the country to be the startup hub of Southeast Asia.

  • Success formula for startups

    Success is often elusive, especially for startups based on technology. A seminar on “Tangible startups: Digging deep to create a startup culture” held by Positioning Mag’s Startup Thailand compiled some fascinating tips on crucial business decisions to inspire the young guns.

  • 5 trending fields of higher education for Gen Y leading to success for young entrepreneurs

      Society, perspectives, occupations and rapidly changing technology are now changing the popularity of young people’s educational choices from their predecessors. Gen X, now aged 40-50, looked to get their second degree in business administration or an MBA, because the value of success was climbing the ladder to be a senior executive of a leading […]

  • NIA hopes Smart Visa to attract investors

    One of the key element of developing the ecosystem for tech startups is people, but the talented and high skill professional shortage is a big issue in Thailand for long time especially in the field of technology. One among the key hurdles is the government’s policy on visa which has been long time allowed foreigners […]

  • Delta earmarks 4mn to invest in startups

    The electronics producer and distributor Delta Electronics (Thailand) Pcl (www.deltathailand.com) has continued a role of an angel by empowering the local entrepreneurs to validate the green innovation and technology with financial assistance.

  • Thai-Japan setups new VC to promote Thailand as a startup hub

    The startup thinks their business is unable to survive because of lack of funding, but for investor, the venture capital is a risky business. So, it’s the government’s role to support them. Like other country, the government sector put an effort to help out. Thai Industry Ministry plans to set up a new venture capital […]

  • Flexible Workspace – new trend of workspace catering to startup businesses

    A square, blocky cubicle containing a desk, a computer and a chair is a traditional office environment that might look tired, and sometimes uninspiring for workers. Flexible Workspace is a new alternative for companies, organizations or young working people with funky design, airiness and comfort to create a good working environment. It can be changed […]

  • Jack Ma’s Advice for Startups Empower Business Role of Women

    Three key phrases emphasized frequently by Alibaba Group founder and CEO Jack Ma are “small entrepreneurs, women and the new generation”. He thinks the future trading world needs ecosystems that can accommodate big data and maximize its benefits. Meanwhile, trading also relies on the power of women to perfect the work. Jack Ma’s statement is […]

  • Silicon Craft Technology shakes up Deep Tech startup

    Silicon Craft Technology, the solely Thai-owned microelectronics chip design and delivery business, can grow to become the world third largest in animal ID microchip designer. It sets to go further step to raise fund on the Market for Alternative (MAI) to finance its expansion to serve automobile and microchip NFC market.

  • The idea for Investment in Startups

    Thai startups industry has become more exciting after the announcement of Thailand 4.0 policy. Meanwhile, new venture capital investors including angel investors, venture capitalists (VC), corporate VCs have also sprouted up to catch up with the trend. Kongkiat Opaswongkarn, the Chief Executive Officer of Asia Plus Group Holdings, one who led one of the most […]