Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) aims to provide full supports for SMEs to achieve potential growth and development. Having invited leading international units such as Amazon Global Selling (Thailand), DHL Express International (Thailand) and Department of International Trade Promotions (DITP), the aim is to encourage e-commerce entrepreneurs to sell internationally. 

The early focus is to establish trade channel into the US through a leading online marketplace, To kickstart this initiative, SCB organizes “Infinite business growth for global e-commerce” seminar and assembles experts to educate SMEs on market opportunities and risk involved in international business expansions. The content of this seminar is targeted at educating potential firms about fostering future revenue through expanding sale channels and overcoming internal trade obstacles with cross-border logistics solutions made easy.

The panel will comprise of Ms. Arunee Boongerd, Director of SME Value Partner SME Ecosystem and Business Solution Siam Commercial Bank PCL., Ms. Rathiya Issarachaikul (Head of Amazon Global Selling (Thailand)), Ms. Parichart Pramukkul (Vice President Commercial, DHL Express International (Thailand)), and Ms. Arada Fuangtong (Assistant Director – General, Director, Office of Digital Commerce Market . The seminar will be held on the 31st October 2018 at SCB Business Center, Centralworld. For more information about seminar’s registration, contact Call center 02-722-2222.


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