Many people would like to start a business and think they have the perfect idea, but they don't know how to begin. There's an ideal opportunity coming up soon for potential entrepreneurs to learn how start or run a company in Thailand. It's important to get advice from people who have already had the experience and find out what you'll need to ensure success for your startup.
On Tuesday, July 18th, 2017, AustCham Thailand will be offering a breakfast seminar on setting up businesses in the country. Following the success of their recent event focusing on start-ups, AustCham would like to introduce people to the ins and outs of business in Thailand.
Alan Polivnick, a partner at Watson, Farley and Williams, and director of AustCham, will be on hand to talk about the various pros and cons of opening a business in Thailand and the best ways to go about doing so for SMEs.
This breakfast briefing, entitled "Setting Up a Business in Thailand", will be held in The Work Loft on Silom Road. Single registrations for AustCham members cost 200 Thai baht. The preference is for each member to create their own login and membership profile, but some companies may wish to register several people at one time, so multiple registrations are also available at the same price per person. For non-members, registering for this event will cost 400 Thai baht.
On Saturday, guests can register starting at 8.30 AM. Registration will be followed by a presentation on setting up your business in Thailand. If anyone has questions about the presentation or different aspects of setting up a new business in the country, the presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.
The event will include a light breakfast, coffee and tea. It will be held between 8.30 and 10.30 AM. This is also a great opportunity for potential start-up owners to network with each other and meet other people in the industry.
Special thanks from AustCham to:
Watson, Farley and Williams Thailand (Ltd)
This international law firm has 14 offices throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. The Bangkok office offers a full range of legal services and continues to develop its expertise.
The Work Loft
The Work Loft is a communal working space offering hot desking and other opportunities for co-working spaces. It is centrally located near public transport. The Work Loft encourages entrepreneurs and wants to help up-and-coming business owners find success. The space is ideal for digital nomads, remote workers and others who are in need of a convenient work space in the city.