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Not enough value for our members is the strongest weakness, Jiraya points out.
Part of the challenge lies in identifying what needs individuals and entrepreneurs have today.
As for new start-ups their focus may for instance be to run a local operation or with a goal to also grow in the region market. Companies and entrepreneurs arriving and setting up a business here today are doing so on completely terms than was the case earlier.

TSCC gets in shape for a sustainable operation

Thursday, 03 December 2015 12:20 Written by
The Thai-Swedish Chamber of Commerce (TSCC) has set out to rejuvenate itself ahead of 2016, to build an operation that is tune with the times and with readiness to adapt and address the needs of new companies starting up or entering markets in a Thailand-Sweden perspective. This focuses on assisting Thai companies looking at entering Scandinavian markets and Swedish companies interested in the Thailand market itself or the country as a Southeast Asian hub. 
It is a comprehensive effort where TSCC modernises its operation and purpose, under leadership of its Board of Governors and the new Executive Director Jiraya Chanchon. The aim is to come up with a strategy, and resources allocation, that can strengthen this organisation for the long term.

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Tel: +66 (0) 2354 5229-31
Fax: +66 (0) 2354 5232

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