Startups | Startup Thailand - Part 3

Startups

  • 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.

  • 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 […]

  • [วิดิโอ] ประเทศไทยพร้อมก้าวสู่การเป็น Startup Nation

    ประเทศไทยพร้อมก้าวสู่การเป็น Startup Nation - ร่วมเปิดตัว Startup Hub ที่ใหญ่ที่สุดใน SEA - พบกับ startup ชั้นนำกว่า 400 ราย จาก 25 ประเทศ - กระทบไหล่ 300 speakers และสุดยอดกูรูจากทั่วโลก - ติดตาม Global Trend ในหัวข้อ DeepTech, MAR Tech, GovTech - เรียนรู้ข้อมูลตลาดของสตาร์ทอัพเชิงลึกจาก 25 ประเทศ - สัมผัสประสบการณ์ AR/VR Music Festival - ร่วมลุ้นผู้ชนะการแข่งขัน pitching ระดับภูมิภาคอาเซียน พบกันได้ในงาน Startup Thailand 2019 30 พฤษภาคม ถึง 1 มิถุนายน 2019 Bangkok CyberTech District True Digital Park | BTS Punnawithi

  • NIA Launches “Startup Thailand Magazine” Magazine In Bi-Lingual Version

    National Innovation Agency (Public Organization) or NIA recently announces the launch of its magazine in bi-lingual (Thai and English) format. The publication serves as a medium providing knowledge and news about local and international startup business. Dr. Pan-arj Chairatana, NIA’s director, explains that Startup Thailand will give readers ideas about the startup ecosystems in Thailand […]

  • Four Trends Affect Local Startups In Thailand

    Four trends will affect local startups in Thailand in 2019 are: artificial intelligence (AI) for everyone, specialised blockchain and AI accelerators, mid-sized businesses being more interested in startup innovation, and the rise of deep tech startups attracting investment.

  • StormBreaker commences ASEAN’s first Edtech Accelerator Program

    Disrupt Technology Venture, 500 TukTuks and Beacon Venture Capital has announced the successful graduation of the first batch of Ed-tech Startups at StormBreaker Venture Accelerator’s Demo Day 2019. Stormbreaker Venture aims to revolutionize Thailand’s Education industry and enrich society’s capability and readiness for the digital era. StormBreaker has set an ambitious goal of revolutionizing the education of 1 million Thais by 2020. Its first batch of Startups impacting the lives of over 150,000 students since the inception of the program. The program is confident that Thailand’s Ed-Tech Ecosystem can elevate itself into one of the top ecosystems in Southeast Asia and create a Thai born and bred Ed-Tech “Unicorn” within the next 5 years.

  • When “Singapore” aims to be Asia’s AgriTech & FoodTech Hub

    Many people may find it astonishing when the Singapore announced that it wants to be the regional hub for agricultural and food technology startups (AgriTech & FoodTech) in  Asia. Considering that Singapore is an island country with a total area of ​​only 701 sq.km, or about the same size as Phuket in Thailand, and the agricultural area covers only ​​about 13,000 rai (less than 3% of the total area), this truth is thus quite limited.