Startups | Startup Thailand - Part 24

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  • Startup Thailand 2018 reaffirms Bangkok as SEA Hub of Startups

    National Innovation Agency Executive Director Dr Pun-Arj Chaiyarat says the recent Startup Thailand 2018: Endless Opportunities expo reconfirmed Bangkok as the greatest place among Southeast Asia countries to build up a tech-driven firm.

  • What’s next path for Thai Startups?

    Over the past three years, both the government and private sector have helped the growth of startups in response to the government’s Thailand 4.0 policy. In response, we have gathered viewpoints of experts about the future of startups in Thailand.

  • True Incube launches “Startup Grand Pix”

    True Incube introduces “True Incube Incubation & ScaleUp Program Batch 5 – “Startup Grand Prix” providing a potential total investment of up to 4.5 million baht and 1 million in media grants.

  • Go-Jek plans to heat up the SEA battlefield

    By early May, the Indonesian ride-hailing app Go-Jek had successfully raised 1.2 billion baht in the latest funding round to finance its expansion across Southeast Asia. The company is now poised to make its move to targeted countries.

  • “True” plays vital role to help complete startup ecosystem

    One factor driving the success of startups is the existence of an adequate ecosystem. Pushing the creation of such a structure to help facilitate startups is not the work of one person, but the result of every sector working in cooperation.

  • The Role of the SEC in the Digital Age

    The evolution of finance has caused changes in the development of technology and the desire to raise funds for the new entrepreneurial generation of startups. This has brought about initial coin offerings, or ICOs, a new way of raising capital, which combines crowdfunding and cryptocurrency using blockchain technology.

  • What’s next for startups in Thailand?

    Mid-May 2018 featured a massive event for the Startup crowd, the can’t-miss Startup Thailand 2018. This is the third consecutive year for Startup Thailand. The format of this event is different each year with the aim of supporting startups to grow and furthering government policy.

  • Tech Talents is a Key to Success

    For the energy sector, using innovations to increase production efficiency is not a new idea. Realizing that electricity is a crucial factor for the country’s development, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) has always looked for technologies and innovations that enhance production efficiency. The authority is seeking to help startups develop technology that can […]