Supporting Organisations

Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB)

Public organization tasked with promoting and developing business events in Thailand. Since 2004, TCEB has worked toward establishing Thailand as Asia’s premier business events destination, by providing flexible, service-oriented support to meeting-goers, incentives winners, convention attendees and exhibition participants.

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Hochininh City Computer Association 

engages HCMC Computer Association, has been established since 9th June, 1988 according to Circular no. 99/QĐ-UB of HCMC People’s Committee, is the earliest formed Computer Association in the country. HCA carries two characteristics of a career association and business association. As of March, 2016, HCA has gathered 1,229 individual members and 322 business members. Including 49 international companies and 273 domestic companies. Of the 273 domestic companies, there is 65 companies which have national and international working range. HCA’s human resources is more than 20.000 people.

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engages connects and matches angel investors with early stage tech startups in Asia. We add value to both sides by building and nurturing a tight-knit community of investors and by supporting startup founders with a range of advisory services. Our regional reach enables us to foster growth opportunities both locally and cross border, thus strengthening the overall ecosystem. We aim to become a regulated marketplace for investors to source out the most relevant curated companies and for founders to secure the right investors

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GREE Ventures

is an early-stage independent venture capital fund headquartered in Tokyo and investing in internet and mobile companies. They seek out companies across Asia with top notch management teams and strong market potential while leveraging on their pan-Asia presence and expertise to guide their portfolio companies in an engaged manner. Now managing funds of $120M, GREE Ventures has invested in Japan, Southeast Asia, and India and its portfolio includes companies such as Kaizen, Luxola, Kudo, Bukalapak, Pie, and others.

Thai Garment Manufacturers Association

Thai Garment Manufacturers Association (TGMA) was founded in August 15, 1973 to promote and support the Thai garment industry in research and development, manufacturing, trading and other related activities. The Association is managed by the President and the Board of Directors, who are elected by members on a two-year term basis.

TGMA is the wind beneath Thailand’s garment industry and the engines that have driven the industry to constantly move forward. Not only has provided the solutions to problems and obstacles of the industry, but also has created many useful and fruitful projects while giving continuous support and development to Thai garment and apparel entrepreneurs for more than 40 years.

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Established in B.E.2520 under the Trade Association Act B.E. 2509 to gather entrepreneurs in footwear and related industries in the development of the footwear industry. Empower performance of competitiveness into the industry with professional and experience of over 39 years long. Especially at present, the association offers the opportunity to listen as well as to resolve the disparity in the industry. In response to all the problems and needs of footwear SMEs. In addition, Thai Footwear Association concerns to the real benefits of footwear SMEs by enhancing all Thai Footwear SMEs capabilities with many key supports from NGOs and government.

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Thai Shopping Center Association

Thai Shopping Center Association (TSCA) was founded in 1998 by the cooperation of many shopping center operators. Focusing on exchanging the business information, knowledge and experience, TSCA also collaboratively improves various issues in the shopping trade as well as the networks between all operators in all aspects.
TSCA has attempted to collaborate with public and private sector in supporting policies that benefit the general public by taking the role as the representative of the association to negotiate with Government, related organization and private sector on trade-affected matters.
Additionally, TSCA has taken a great role as the center to organize the essential public relation services; academic or research publishing including activities for shopping operators, as well as publicize related business information to general public.

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Association of Vietnam Retailers (AVR)

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