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The state of ecommerce in Thailand (Tech In Asia Meetup Bangkok)

bangkok (1)Tech In Asia is coming back to Bangkok for another kickass meetup! This time, we are inviting Paul Srivorakul, CEO of aCommerce, to conduct a keynote covering ecommerce trends in Thailand.

Among other topics, Paul will be covering the following:

  • aCommerce’s formula for success

  • Paul’s prediction of ecommerce trends in Thailand

  • Differences between the ecommerce markets in Thailand and other Asian countries

  • Online purchasing behavior in Thailand

  • Ecommerce on mobile phones and messaging apps

If you’re in the ecommerce industry, the startup scene, or just love all-things-tech, come join us on May 22, 6:30 pm at LaunchPad. Tickets for our Tech in Asia Meetup are free, but grab them fast while they’re available!

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Agenda:

6:30pm – 7:00pm: Registration
7:00pm – 7.45pm: [Keynote] The state of ecommerce in Thailand
7:45pm – 8:00pm: Q&A
8:00pm – 9:00pm: Networking and light refreshments

Venue:

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139, Sethiwan Tower 1st, Pan Road, Silom,
Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

Speaker profile: Paul Srivorakul

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Paul Srivorakul is a serial internet entrepreneur and investor based in Thailand.  He is currently the Regional CEO of  aCommerce, a full service end-to-end ecommerce solutions provider. He is also the co-founder & executive chairman of Ardent Capital, an early stage internet private capital fund focused on Southeast Asia.  Paul has raised over US$20 million for his past three internet ventures and exited them at an accumulative value of over US$100 million.

Prior to Ardent Capital, Paul was the regional CEO and co-founder of Ensogo (ecommerce site acquired by LivingSocial), Admax Network (ad network acquired by Komli Media), and Newmedia (digital ad agency acquired by STW Group).

Prior to his entrepreneurial efforts, Paul worked in sales at Ask Jeeves (ask.com), a search engine based in California acquired by IAC.  He holds a B.A. in Anthropology from UC Berkeley.



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