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Business Opportunity in Thailand - A BCCT Event in London

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Date & Time: 17-Apr-2019 12:00  
Member Cost: THB 0.00
Non-member Cost: THB 0.00

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On Wednesday 17th April 2019 from 3.30 pm (arrival), 4.00 pm (start) at The Oriental Club, Stratford House, 11 Stratford Pl, Marylebone, London W1C 1ES -

There is no charge for entry to this event but all attending must book online at this link - No walk-ins please due to limited spaces.

This event is presented by the British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT) in cooperation with the Anglo-Thai Society. It is the first of what we hope will be a sustained programme of Thailand business events across the UK. BCCT is looking to engage directly with its 60+ members in UK. BCCT is also hoping to encourage other UK companies to take up the many business opportunities that are offered by Thailand which is now ranked 27th of 190 economies in the World Bank’s Annual Ease of Doing Business survey. In terms of Thailand’s imports, UK’s share is 0.87% compared to Germany at 2.5% and France at 1.8%. The UK is the 23rd largest foreign investor in Thailand. British businesses have some great products and services but we under-perform in Thailand compared to our competitors.

Our special guest panel will highlight the many business opportunities in Thailand, explore some of the challenges and how to address them, and also look at Thailand’s recent economic performance and development plans post-election.      

Special Guest Panel

  • His Excellency Pisanu Suvanajata, the Thai Ambassador to the UK
  • Mr Simon Landy MBE, Colliers Thailand & Director, BCCT
  • Mr Jamie Looker, Chief Operating Officer, Triumph Motorcycles
  • Mr George Konstantinidis, Chief Executive Officer, EXUS 

Moderator – Greg Watkins, Executive Director, BCCT

Immediately after the BCCT event, ie from 6 pm, in the same location, the Anglo-Thai Society is hosting a presentation on the Tham Luang Nang Non Cave Rescue. Rick Stanton of the British Cave Rescue Society, one of the divers recently honored who made first contact with the lost boys, will talk through the challenges of last year's risky but spectacularly successful rescue of the young footballers trapped deep underground. 

Tickets £25 from Trevor Knox, 62a Dore Rd, Dore, Sheffield S17 3NE - Space is limited to 60 people only, so tickets strictly on a first come, first served basis. There will be a brief break at 6:45, session will resume at 7 pm and close at 8 pm, The bar will be open until 8:30. There are limited spaces available to non-Anglo-Thai Society members (eg attendees at the BCCT event). Please contact Mr Knox soonest if you would like to attend.