Startup Opportunities in Thailand

Fri, 2021/06/11 - 18:30 to 19:30
Mr. Nattapat Thanesvorakul (Kun), Head of Strategy and Investment of RISE
Online (via ZOOM)

Language: English

Thinking about expanding your business to other Asia regions and considering Thailand as one of your markets? Don't miss out on our upcoming webinar cohosted with RISE - we will cover topics such as Thailand's startup ecosystem, opportunities, policies for startups and more! See you there!

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About the speaker Kun is a veteran innovation/finance professional who heads the strategy and investment department at RISE Corporate Innovation Powerhouse. Throughout his career, he has raised over $30M and invested over $15M in a number of startups and SMEs globally. In his early years, Kun worked in Commercial and Investment Banking at Standard Chartered Bank. Later on, he has experience advising with a number of global technology companies such as Microsoft, Funding Societies Modalku, and Iguazio Israel. Kun received an MBA (Petersen Scholar) from MIT Sloan and a B.Eng (Gold Medal and First Honor) from ISE, Chulalongkorn University. About RISE RISE is a Regional Corporate Innovation Powerhouse. With the mission to lift up 1 percent of GDP for Southeast Asia, RISE works closely with leading corporates and government agencies across the region to assist them to become more innovative and successful in the faster future through our unique corporate accelerator, intrapreneur university, venture building services, and experiential conference. Launched in 2016, RISE has been creating the global ecosystem for corporate innovation with a network of 400+ corporations, 2,000 + startups, and innovation communities across the globe in 40+ countries, contributing to a combined valuation of over $1 billion within the past four years who aims to establish Southeast Asia as the global hub for corporate innovation due to its eminent potential and impact towards society.

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