Below is Techsauce’s weekly top tech news stories, giving you a round up of Thailand’s investments and tech innovation announcements.

1.KBank to offer free assistance to SME to tap into the online market via K PLUS MARKET

KASIKORNBANK (KBank) has integrated products and services of small businesses into K PLUS MARKET, which is the e-marketplace platform under K PLUS application. With a large customer base of more than 8.1 million buyers and over 1 million small businesses, it is expected that the number of products on K PLUS MARKET will exceed 30,000 items by this yearend, and the transaction value will total THB630 million.

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2. A Seminar on “Leading Thai Businesses into the China Market” by JD.com & Central Group

 On the 10th of May 2018, JD.com the fastest growing E-commerce company in China teamed up with Central Group, the largest retail conglomerate in Thailand to conduct a seminar on “Leading Thai Business into China Market” for aspiring Thai entrepreneurs and investors looking to break into China’s market.

 

 For the full article follow the link below:
 https://techsauce.co/en/corporate-innovation/a-seminar-on-leading-thai-businesses-into-the-china-market-by-jd-com-central-group/

3. GoJek officially expands to SEA including Thailand

 In southeast Asia, Uber has left the region because Go-Jer the Indonesia-based ride-hailing company backed by Google, Tencent and others, has officially announced plans to move into four new markets.

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https://techsauce.co/en/pr-news-en/go-jek-announces-southeast-asias-expansion-into-the-market-gap-after-ubers-swift-exit/

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