Bangkok, 26th - 28th of March 2018:

MIT Global Startup Workshop (GSW) is the premier global training and networking event for entrepreneurs. Since 1998, MIT GDW has hosted its conference in a different location each year, and for the first time, MIT GSW 2018 is taking place in Thailand.

This year's theme is DREAM BIG, DREAM TECH, and tools for innovation-driven entrepreneurship. 

The 2018 conference includes a range of exciting speakers from the U.S, Europe and across South East Asia, and an intriguing schedule of timely panel discussions about startups, technology, and the future of business. 

"For 20 years, the global startup workshop has brilliantly advanced the institute's dedication to research, innovation, entrepreneurship, and collaboration. By bringing together cross-sector experts and leaders. GSW has built a global support network, empowering and accelerating entrepreneurship in emerging markets, from Seoul to Madrid, Cape Town to Santiago and now Bangkok. At GSW 2018, we will dream big. and together, we will make a better world"

Designed for anyone fascinated by technology, innovation and the potential of startups, this event provides an unrivaled opportunity to exchange ideas with global tech and innovation experts, and the Asian business leaders who are driving the future.

Participants will also be sharing best practices and lessons learned, networking with thought leaders from around the world, receiving hands-on training on business plans and pitches, and competing in competitions for US$15,000 in cash prizes. 


Charamporn Jotikasathira, President of the MIT Association of Thailand, noted that 'As a co-organizer, it's a great honor to be a part of a project that is a significant business event for the country. We are confident that participants can expand their businesses, and get new ideas that will help them accelerate and evaluate their buisnesses to local and global levels."


Keep an eye on as we bring you the latest from the MIT Global Startup Workshop over the next few days!



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