On the back of a thriving fintech sector, rapidly developing infrastructure and significant government support, Bangkok has burst onto the global startup scene.
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Bangkok’s startup ecosystem is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with. With high mobile and social media usage among its population, it should come as no surprise that Thai fintech and ecommerce startups are leading the way in Southeast Asia. Techsauce, the country’s marquee tech and entrepreneurship summit, attracts over 15,000 attendees each year, and the government has introduced a variety of initiatives aimed at making Thailand accessible for foreign entrepreneurs and investors alike. The imminent opening of True Digital Park, a massive Google-backed entrepreneurship campus featuring coworking spaces, event venues and innovation labs, is a sign of the great strides Bangkok has made.
Startup Guide Bangkok will be packed with essential information, insightful interviews and valuable resources to help entrepreneurs navigate the startup ecosystem and build their big idea.
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Published November 2019
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