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IGCSE – SUBJECT HIGHLIGHTS – % EXAMS WITH TOP A*/A GRADE

Mandarin

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Biology

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Physics

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OF SHREWSBURY STUDENTS ACHIEVED A*/A IN ALL SUBJECTS

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Contents Ambassador’s Message

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President’s Message

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Introduction to CANCHAM Thailand

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CANCHAM Thailand Board Members 2015-2016

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2015 in Review

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CANCHAM Thailand Presidents - Past & Present

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CANCHAM Thailand Hall of Fame

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Bilateral Trade Relations Thai-Canadian Bilateral Relations

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Canada and Thailand Calendar

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CANCHAM Thailand Constitution

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Canadian Trade with Asean

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Canada - Thailand Bilateral Trade by Product

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Useful webpages Thai Web Links

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Canadian Web Links

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Useful Contacts Contacts in Thailand

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Contacts in Canada

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Canadian Chambers of Commerce in Canada

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Canadian Chambers of Commerce in Asia

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Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand

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Foreign Embassies in Thailand

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Great Reasons to join CANCHAM Thailand

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Membership Categories 2015-2016

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Directory of CANCHAM Thailand Members Corporate Members

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Affiliate Members

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Individual Members

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CANCHAM Thailand In recognition of the increasing bilateral trade between Canada and Thailand, the informal ThaiCanadian Business Club expanded to become the Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce, which was officially registered in 1991. CANCHAM Thailand - the current name of the Chamber - provides a forum for business people with a mutual interest in Thai-Canadian commercial relations. The Chamber continually strives to support, promote and enhance its members’ business interests by fostering ThaiCanadian relationships. CANCHAM Thailand Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory This Resource and Member Directory has been published by CANCHAM Thailand. The Chamber gratefully acknowledges the substantial contributions and support given by the Embassy of Canada, Scandinavian Publishing, advertisers and all members of CANCHAM Thailand. CANCHAM Thailand. 9th Floor, Sethiwan Tower 139 Pan Road, Silom Bangkok 10500, Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 2266-6085-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2266-6087 Email: info@tccc.or.th Website: www.tccc.or.th Edition: Edition 2015-2016 closed on November, 2015 Copyright: All rights reserved.

Index Index by Sector

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Index by Company

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Index by name

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Membership Application Form

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Foreword

Message from the Embassy of Canada H.E. Philip Calvert, Ambassador of Canada

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Dear CANCHAM Thailand Members, As Ambassador of Canada to Thailand, I would like to congratulate CANCHAM Thailand on its 2015-16 Resource and Member Directory. The Embassy of Canada and CANCHAM Thailand continue to have a strong and productive partnership that enhances bilateral engagement and advances the interests of the Canadian business community. This partnership is an important element in Canada’s commercial engagement in Thailand and in enriching Canada-Thai relations. We are also proud to collaborate with CANCHAM Thailand on a number of charitable initiatives. Last year, I was happy to have the opportunity to travel to Chiang Rai to observe cataract operations performed under the I for an Eye charity—a very worthy cause supported by CANCHAM Thailand. Trade promotion and connecting Canadian businesses, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, to international markets is part of Canada’s Global Markets Action Plan to boost exports and create jobs and opportunities. Canadian companies interested in doing business in Thailand have found opportunities in a number of sectors. For its part, the Embassy remains committed to supporting the Canadian private sector in Thailand, and to encouraging a long-term perspective and the need for sustained engagement. Despite the economic and political challenges of the past year, Thailand has continued to be Canada’s largest merchandise trading partner in ASEAN, with total merchandise trade in 2014 valued at almost C$3.6 billion. Over the past year, the Embassy and CANCHAM Thailand have worked together on a number of successful initiatives to help highlight and expand commercial ties between our two countries. Highlights include the visit to Canada of the Board of Trade of Thailand, which was a great success, strengthening contacts between key companies from each country, and raising awareness of the opportunities for stronger trade and investment ties. In addition, the Canada ASEAN Business Forum in March of 2015, organized by the Canada ASEAN Business Council with support from the Embassy and CANCHAM Thailand, demonstrated the importance of Thailand in the ASEAN region, and provided an opportunity for Canada’s Minister of International Trade to deliver some important messages. This was followed by a bilateral business forum, organized by Thailand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which explored ways to enhance business ties, and included some productive brainstorming. Among other key sectors, opportunities in infrastructure look especially promising. This is due both to Canadian companies’ expertise and experience in the sector, as well as the advantages of Canada’s Public-Private-Partnership model (PPP) which is garnering increasing attention in Thailand. In June, the Embassy co-organized

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an event for officials and business leaders in Khon Kaen, which featured a Canadian PPP expert. This was followed in August by a seminar on Canadian PPP best practices, arranged in conjunction with the Thai-Canada Economic Cooperation Foundation and Dhurakij Pundit University. The interest generated from events such as these will help increase the visibility of Canadian capabilities as Thailand works to meet its infrastructure needs. The ASEAN connection is, as we all know, of growing importance to the economic future of this region, and to Canada’s engagement here. This year the ASEAN Economic Community will be officially launched. As this regional integration is implemented over the coming years, there will be additional opportunities for Canadian businesses especially those offering education and connectivity solutions. Canada and ASEAN have continued to have a robust economic and political relationship. In 2014 annual merchandise trade reached C$18.8 billion, and Canadian investment in ASEAN continued to be greater than our investment in China. As part of its commitment, Canada has expanded its footprint in the region. We have opened offices in Phnom Penh and Vientiane, enhancing our ability to support Canadian companies on the ground in these two markets of increasing importance. We are also putting in place a dedicated diplomatic mission to ASEAN, which will strengthen ties with this important organization and highlight Canada’s long-term commitment to the region. The current political situation has led to some challenges with respect to the management of Canada’s relations with Thailand, and has highlighted the importance of addressing governance issues. We continue to have forward-looking and frank discussions on these issues with the government of Thailand, always in an atmosphere of constructiveness and mutual respect. The Embassy is committed to keeping in regular contact with CANCHAM Thailand on these issues as well; it is important that we work together to ensure productive and effective engagement. As the bilateral private sector trade organization of note, CANCHAM Thailand plays a pivotal role in expanding trade between our two countries. I encourage all of you to support our on-going efforts to increase the profile and knowledge of Canada in Thailand and to raise awareness in Canada of the opportunities in this market. I look forward to further collaboration as we continue to build even stronger business ties between Thailand and Canada. Best regards, Phil Calvert


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President’s Message Dear CANCHAM Thailand Members and Friends,

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Ron D. Livingston President

It is my pleasure to support CANCHAM Thailand, as President once again. I have been a board member for over 20 years now and am committed to supporting Canadian and Thai business initiatives by fostering Thai-Canadian relationships.

Active contribution and assistance from Canada’s Ambassador to Thailand, Dr. Philip Calvert, plus his entire team has greatly stepped up the Embassy-CANCHAM Thailand cooperation in promoting trade ties between the two countries.

Our key objectives as a Canadian Chamber here in Thailand is to provide our members with 1. Value added business support benefits, products and services; 2. Business and social access to the Thai & Canadian Markets; and 3. Business support activities to raise the profile of our Chamber members.

CANCHAM Thailand holds an honorary position on the board of the Canada ASEAN Business Council (CABC) located in Singapore. Our Executive Board decided that association with the CABC most suitably meets our goals for CANCHAM Thailand member representation in the region. We actively participate in CABC board meetings via teleconference or by physical presence when practical. Through the CABC, CANCHAM Thailand members now have another line to the Canadian government and a more regional Canadian presence in Asia. The chamber also has strong linkage and collaborates with other Canadian chambers in the region. CANCHAM Thailand members are extended benefits to attend some partner events at members costs in those countries.

If you know the Chamber, we raise only a third of our revenues from memberships and two-thirds of our revenues from activities in support of our members. This means that we are very active with over 35 Chamber events, speaker events, seminars, workshops networking events and joint initiatives with the Canadian Embassy, Canada ASEAN Business Council, the Thai Chamber of Commerce and other foreign chambers in Thailand to mention a few. Thailand is clearly the hub of access to all of SE Asia. If you are keen to access the wealth of the SE Asian markets of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, being located in Thailand provides many advantages. As a Chamber we have supported the Canadian Embassy in setting up a number of business missions to a number of these countries over the past few years, helping to introduce our members to new opportunities to expand their business interests. Thailand has had steady economic development and strong support industries, the country’s industrial production has grown and diversified rapidly both in long-established and newly emerging industries. Thailand too has gained a well-deserved reputation throughout the world for its gracious hospitality and its friendly and diverse culture. Importantly there are numerous government agencies supporting investors with both Tax Incentives and Non-tax Incentives. If you are looking for innovation, stability and profitability, then invest in Canada. Canada welcomes foreign business investments and offers many competitive advantages. Canada is one of the best countries in the G-20 to do business, according to both Forbes and Bloomberg. Our members can support these linkages and our Chamber will work to develop two way communication and trade. Canadian business is known to be both ethical and environmentally sound. Canada has a highly educated workforce and by far the lowest business tax in the G-7. The Executive Board of CANCHAM Thailand holds its annual planning session early in the year to update and prioritise our business plan. Priority events this year include our Maple Leaf Ball for Thanksgiving and the very successful Beaver Golf Tournament. Both events were greatly improved and attendance has been maxxed out to waiting list only. Also, CANCHAM Thailand's Board decided to expand our collaboration with other Chambers, thus increasing the attendance and variety of nationalities participating.

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CANCHAM Thailand with the dedication of our Corporate Social Responsibility Committee continues to support the People’s Eye Care Foundation (PECF). In 2014, through the generous contributions of our members and partners, CANCHAM Thailand donated THB 400,000 to the foundation who provided cataract and ocular lens surgeries to the needy and poor throughout the provinces of Thailand. They would not normally get the chance to have their eyesight either saved or restored. The number of people we can help is only limited by the donation amount generated. The Chamber also supports the Thai Red Cross and the YWCA in their fund raising efforts by participating in the annual fairs. Combined donation to these two initiatives for 2014 amounted to close to THB 100,000. Earlier in the year, the chamber worked to generate publicity and funds in partnership with our members to help the victims of the earthquake in Nepal. In closing, as President of CANCHAM Thailand I would like to thank all of our members, associates and staff for the active contribution in making a strong and vibrant organization. I would also like to give a special thanks to the Ambassador and his team for all their support in many ways. Finally, no chamber could successfully operate without the dedication and time that an Executive Board, Advisors and Executive Director put into it. They truly are the machine that keeps us moving ahead. If you have any comments or suggestions and would like to contact me directly, please feel free to do so at ron@iem-thai.com Ron D. Livingston President CANCHAM Thailand


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Introduction to CANCHAM Thailand

CANCHAM Thailand was officially registered in 1991 as ThaiCanadian Chamber of Commerce after expanding from the ThaiCanadian Business Association which was formed in 1988. Our objectives are to provide a forum to promote the exchange of ideas, information and opportunities for individuals and companies with an interest in commercial relations between Canada and Thailand. We also actively foster the expansion of business links between the two countries, while providing social and business networking opportunities here in Thailand. The CANCHAM Thailand offers a wide variety of networking fora: speakers events, networking nights, joint foreign chamber networking sessions, an annual golf tournament, Canada Day celebrations, our Maple Leaf Ball, Christmas party and other special events such our Great Canadian BBQ. We also offer our members an Annual Resource & Member Directory and the bi-monthly Voyageur magazine. Networking opportunities: Networking opportunities are often considered a primary reason for joining a Chamber. CANCHAM Thailand recognises this need and works diligently to ensure its members are offered numerous opportunities to network and socialize. CANCHAM Thailand members are also provided with opportunities to participate in events or activities organized by the greater foreign chamber of commerce community. This includes ongoing co-operation and discussion between foreign chamber representatives and various ministries of the Royal Thai Government, Board of Investment (BOI) and The Board of Trade (BOT), as well as attending other foreign chamber sponsored events addresses by key leaders. Business Briefings: CANCHAM Thailand members receive invitations to breakfast and lunch and evening presentations. These briefings feature a diverse range of topics presented by experts and are excellent opportunities for members to keep current on general information in the region, or to gain in-depth knowledge about a particular sector or topic. In addition, business briefings are an ideal occasion for meeting and networking with other influential business people. Publicity: The CANCHAM Thailand provides numerous opportunities to promote member products or services. Advertising space is available in CANCHAM Thailand’s Annual Resource & Member Directory, Voyageur magazine and website. High profile sponsorship opportunities are also available at various functions including: The Beaver Invitational Charity Golf Tournament, Maple Leaf Ball, Great Canadian BBQ, Speaker Luncheons, ‘Canuck Connections’ networking nights, and many more. Each issue of the Voyageur magazine also contains at least one member profile, and members are encouraged to submit articles to Voyageur. The CANCHAM Thailand is actively using its Facebook page to distribute information about CANCHAM

Thailand members’ initiatives, events and promotions. Please get in touch if you would like to use this avenue of publicity. There is also an oppertunity for sponsored direct email-adverts. Publications: CANCHAM Thailand provides two publications, the Annual Resource & Member Directory and the Voyageur magazine. The Annual Resource & Member Directory highlights each corporate member with a half page profile and contains invaluable reference material and contact information that is essential for doing business in Thailand and Canada. The Voyageur magazine is an informative magazine that provides members with articles on a diverse range of topics as well as chamber and community events. The distribution includes CANCHAM Thailand members, trade offices, embassies, ministries and business centres. CANCHAM Thailand staff, CANCHAM Thailand members, the Embassy of Canada in Bangkok, other Canadian Chambers in Asia, and numerous local and regional business leaders contribute to this publication. Representation: CANCHAM Thailand members' interests are best represented to Thai Government officials and agencies through a shared joint foreign chamber of commerce voice. The CANCHAM Thailand, along with other foreign chambers, have been involved with many issues over the years including: BOI incentive packages, changes to the Foreign Business Law and Retail Act, as well as other business issues associated with tax, labour, and customs legislation. Information: CANCHAM Thailand members also receive periodic updates on new government legislation and select joint chamber studies that are relevant to doing business in Thailand. Community Service Programs: Over the years, CANCHAM Thailand has been active in many unique community service support programs and sponsors larger Corporate Social Responsible (CSR) initiatives that CANCHAM Thailand member companies can jointly support. The CANCHAM Thailand is investing in Thailand for the long-term, and will continue its commitment to the Thai people. CANCHAM Thailand Website: For up to the minute news on CANCHAM Thailand's activities and events, please visit our website: www.tccc.or.th. Should you have any comments please forward them to info@tccc.or.th. Our site also offers information about the Chamber, local Canadian community and conducting business in Thailand. Social Media: Now it's easier than ever to stay social with CANCHAM Thailand. Find us on Twitter @Thai_Canadian, LinkedIn and Facebook by searching CANCHAM Thailand. We look forward to hearing from you and staying connected.

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Board Members

CANCHAM Thailand Board Members 2015-2016 Ron Livingston President Director - Board of Trade of Thailand, President and CEO of International Environmental Management Co., Ltd. A staunch supporter of sustainable development and the promotion of small businesses, Ron Livingston serves as president and chief executive officer of International Environmental Management, which has offices in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar. Formerly an ADM/Director of Department of Renewable Resources and Environment in Canada’s north. A former vice-chairman and director of the Board of Trade of Thailand. Ron is also a past president of CANCHAM Thailand and has been a CANCHAM Thailand board member for the past 20 years.

John Stevens Vice President Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Stonelotus Capital John Stevens came to Thailand in 1997 and worked in the trade section of the Canadian Embassy. He later joined Nova Gas before embarking on his own entrepreneurial pursuits including “The Best in Bangkok” entertainment guide. Mr. Stevens also founded and was Managing Director of Point of View (POV) Media Group Co., Ltd. – a leading out of home advertising company headquartered in Bangkok. More recently he was Managing Director of Carrot Rewards Co., Ltd. Carrot Rewards was launched in 2012 and is the official membership program for Rabbit Card – Thailand’s first smartcard for mass transit and retail payments. Mr. Stevens is now embarking on another entrepreneurial adventure to bring more innovative service / product to Thailand. Mr. Stevens is a Vancouverite by birth and is a graduate of the University of British Columbia. He later attended the Asia Pacific Management Cooperative Program at Capilano College which led to his internship at the Embassy of Canada in Bangkok. Mr. Stevens has served on the board of CANCHAM Thailand since 2010. He also served between 1999 and 2005. He was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year by CANCHAM Thailand in 2000 and is active in organizing Chamber events and leading a number of marketing initiatives.

Derek van Pelt Vice President Managing Director, Siam Wheels Co., Ltd Derek van Pelt has been in the Kingdom of Thailand since 1997 when he came to work for the Thai Royal Family at Chitralada Palace School for a year. Mr. van Pelt is currently the Managing Director of CANCHAM Thailand member company Siam Wheels Co. Ltd as well as a Partner & Director in another CANCHAM Thailand member company, Smiling Albino Ltd. His prior work experience also includes working for TravelGuide.com as well as starting and subsequently selling Datcorp Co. Ltd. Mr. van Pelt joined CANCHAM Thailand Board in 2010 and currently serves as a Vice President. He is frequently seen at CANCHAM Thailand events either behind the scenes or behind the microphone. He looks forward to continuing his work with, and support of, the Canadian community in Thailand.

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Dean Outerson Secretary Head of Marketing & Communications, Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration, Chulalongkorn University Dean Outerson has worked in Thailand for the past 9 years and has 25 years experience living and working in Asia, having previously lived in Japan and Indonesia. Currently, he is Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications at Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University, Thailand’s first internationally accredited business school. Dean heads the team that handles the marketing and recruiting efforts of the graduate business school. In his previous position as Director of Publications/Managing Editor at Veritas Graphics, he worked closely for a number of years with the British Chamber of Commerce, Australian Chamber, and the New Zealand Chamber on their publications. He has been an active member of the Rotary Club of Bangkok South since 2007 and has served on the Board of Directors four out of the past five years. He has a background in writing, editing and journalism and has a keen interest in digital marketing and social media, education, literature and history. Born in Tillsonburg Ontario, his family moved to Florida when he was 10 years old, and he graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in 1990. He grew up playing hockey and soccer, and briefly played in the hockey league in Bangkok, until an injury forced him to retire from the game. He is a long suffering Toronto Maple Leafs fan, and an optimistic Arsenal fan.

John Casella Treasurer Managing Partner, PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd. PKF Audit (Thailand) Ltd. Mr. John Casella has more than 20 years of professional experience in accounting, consulting and management positions for a wide range of companies and projects in S.E. Asia and North America.  John is the Managing Partner at PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Limited where he has successfully built a strong team over the past 5 years providing a broad range of expertise, including: taxation compliance and tax consulting services, outsourced accounting and payroll, corporate legal support, and risk management services. During the last year, John has also opened PKF Audit (Thailand) Ltd. offering audit and assurance services to foreign and local clients alike. Previously, John spent 10 years providing corporate advisory services for Churchill Pryce Capital throughout SE Asia, including corporate debt restructuring, operational consulting, M&A due diligence, business valuation, etc. Before that, John worked as Operations Analyst in the corporate head-office of the Dusit Group in Bangkok.  John started his career with 4 years as a financial audit for Arthur Andersen at their Canadian head-office in Toronto.  John earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Windsor and a Bachelor degree in Psychology from the University of Western Ontario.  He holds an active license as a Certified Public Accountant in the USA and is an active Certified Management Accountant in Canada.  John is a member of the Rotary Club of Bangkok South. He is also an active member of the Bangkok Flying Farangs and Thai Stix hockey teams.  John is a former CANCHAM Thailand President and CANCHAM Thailand Treasurer.


Board Members

David A. F. Macdonald Director Consultant

David Macdonald spent nearly a decade with DKSH in Thailand most recently as Vice President and General Manager for DKSH BU Performance Materials, a B2B enterprise that markets and distributes Specialty Chemicals and Ingredients to the following industries: Food and Beverage; Personal Care and Cosmetics; Pharmaceutical; Animal Health and Nutrition; Paints, Inks, Plastics, Rubber, and Adhesives. During his time with DKSH he wore several hats including VP South East Asia, establishing green field sites in Myanmar, and Indonesia. He started his time in Asia with the Capilano Asia Pacific Management Co Op Program in Vietnam, later moving to Diethelm Vietnam, spending a total of 8 years in the country, before moving to Malaysia for 3 years, and later taking up his current assignment in Thailand for the past 9 years. David is married with three children and his family is based in Thailand. A Toronto native, David is an avid hockey player, having played House League and Selects at North Toronto Hockey Arena from age 5 to 18. David is a CANCHAM Thailand Board member, and as a Canadian with more than 21 years living and working in Asia Pacific David will bring additional perspectives and insights to the CANCHAM Thailand Board and he looks forward to being of service.

Peter Bessey Director Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee and Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Thanachart Bank Peter Bessey joined Scotiabank in 1986 and has held a series of progressively more senior management positions. In 2008, Peter was appointed Regional Senior Vice President for the 4 eastern provinces in Canada, responsible for 156 branches and 2800 employees. Peter moved to San Juan, Puerto Rico in 2011 as President & CEO of Scotiabank de Puerto Rico. In this role he was responsible for all of Scotiabank’s operations in Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands. Peter and his wife, Mary Jane, relocated to Bangkok, Thailand in August 2014 where he was appointed (on a secondment from Scotiabank) as Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Thanachart Bank. In his current capacity he also serves on the Board of Directors of both Thanachart Bank and Thanachart Insurance. Peter has served as Director and President of both local and regional Chambers of Commerce and has played a leadership role in a variety of community and charitable organizations. In 2003 Peter was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Medal in recognition of his contributions to the growth and development of business in New Brunswick, Canada through his involvement in the Chamber of Commerce movement. In 2005 he was selected as one of the Top 50 CEO’s in Atlantic Canada by Atlantic Business Magazine, and in 2008 Peter was presented with an Alumni Award of Distinction by the University of New Brunswick.

James MacDonald Director Head of School, NIST International School

James MacDonald was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta though he has been living in Asia for the majority of the last 15 years. He and his family moved to Bangkok in 2013, where James took over as Head of School at NIST International School, which is a not-for-profit organization, educating over 1500 students who range in age from 3 to 18. Before settling in Bangkok, James also worked in Singapore at the Canadian International School Singapore and, most recently, in Japan where he was Head of School at Yokohama International School. James is involved with a number of other educational bodies, representing over 600 other IB schools in the region as Chair of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Asia Pacific Regional Council. He is also a board member of the East Asia Regional Council of Schools (EARCOS) and, closer to home, is on the executive committee of the International Schools Association of Thailand (ISAT). He has published numerous articles on leadership in international education and is a regular presenter at various educational conferences throughout the Asia Pacific region. James holds two undergraduate degrees (B.Ed. & B. Mgt) from the University of Lethbridge (Canada), an MA in Education from the University of Bath (UK), and an MBA from the University of British Columbia (Canada). James’ wife Corry, who is also originally from Edmonton, is an artist and art therapist and together they have three school aged children.

Andrew Kloosterhuis Director Owner, Sway Urban Eatery

Andrew Kloosterhuis has been living abroad for close to 10 years, with 8 of those years being in Thailand. With his vast network built initially during his time as a teacher and subsequently as a business owner in the hospitality industry, Andrew’s connections and contacts will offer great added exposure to the chamber’s events and other initiatives. A problem solver and a leader, Andrew believes in teamwork, communication and perseverance. He is willing to go the extra mile to be successful and to be better than the competitors. The mantra of ‘no task is ever too big or hard, if it means results’ is something Andrew lives by. Andrew has used his experience as an owner of a restaurant in Thailand, with its many challenges, as a way to improve, adapt and grow his business. His strong work ethic, creativity and experience in Thailand will help support the reach of CANCHAM Thailand and possibly go beyond our goals.

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Board Members James McCracken Director CEO, TRUE Clarity

TRUE Clarity’s managing director and senior consultant James McCracken has been based in Thailand since 1994. He is a successful entrepreneur and a results-driven executive with extensive knowledge of Contact Center, CRM, ERP and global marketing. He’s a hands-on leader, able to educate, motivate and drive Customer Satisfaction and Net Promoter Score (NPS) while increasing sales and maintaining the bottom line. He has a solid track record working with multinational corporations in the following industries; Automotive, Banking, Education, Food & Beverage, FMCG, QSR, Manufacturing & Travel & Leisure.

Angus Mitchell Director Partner and Managing Director Thailand, DFDL Legal and Tax

Angus Mitchell has more than 20 years of professional experience as a lawyer in Southeast Asia and North America. Mr. Mitchell is a highly experienced general corporate and commercial lawyer with a particular focus on oil & gas and power projects. Mr. Mitchell holds a JD and a BA (Economics) from the University of British Columbia, and is a member of the Law Society of Alberta. After qualifying in Canada, he began his career in 1995 with DFDL’s predecessor firm in Myanmar, moving in 1997 to the Projects group at Linklaters in Singapore. In 2002 Mr. Mitchell moved to Bennett Jones LLP, a top tier Canadian energy law firm in Calgary, where he was a Partner in the Energy and Natural Resources Practice Group. Mr. Mitchell joined DFDL in Thailand in January 2013 and is the managing director of the Thai practice as well as the head of DFDL’s Oil & Gas Division.

Surachit (Art) Chanovan Director Managing Director, SuccessCanada.org

As an active member of the Chamber’s Education Sector, Mr. Surachit (Art) Chanovan has been a strong advocate of quality education for Thai students and served as the Country Director of CANCHAM Thailand member company, Canadian Education Centre Network (CECN) – Thailand Branch from April 25, 2002 until the network’s global closure in January 2010. He served as a CANCHAM Thailand Board Director from May 2002 to March 2003 and continued as a Board Advisor until 2012 before rejoining as board director in 2013 until present. Mr. Chanovan received CANCHAM Thailand’s Business Excellence Award in the “Best Canada-Thai Linkages” Category in 2003 for his efforts in promoting Canadian as education destination. Most recently, Mr. Chanovan became the Managing Director of “SuccessCanada.org” from February 1, 2010 to the present. Like CECN, his new entity is the continuation of his excellent job in promoting Canadian education to Thai students working in alliance with his former colleagues from various countries in Asia.     In promoting the Canadian education sector, Mr Chanovan has led and/or supported annual Canadian education fairs, annual secondary school /post-secondary forums, information sessions for schools throughout Bangkok & upcountry, college/university events and student/agent seminars. He has also provided education/travel counseling to various Thai students, parents and local school counselors and provided linkages to various Canadian institutions’ websites for the benefit of Thai public. Mr. Chanovan, a US graduate has acquired extensive business competencies in the fields of communications, education, international relations, travel, and transportation.  His career path has included work assignments as Regional Manager, Asia Pacific of Amadeus, and as Country Manager Thailand of Air New Zealand, a leading Asia Pacific Airlines etc.

Joseph Henry Director

Michael White

Managing Director, Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations

Director Regional Director, IMAS Group Michael White currently serves as Regional Director of IMAS Group, a leader in business data analytics and retail productivity projects. Previously, Mr. White was the regional sales manager of DG Capitel, a Bangkok-based provider of communication systems and technical services to some of the world’s leading telecom operators. Mr. White first came to Thailand in 2003 and worked on the head Asia desk of Deutsche Presse, covering all regional news stories including the war in Iraq. Mr. White is a Vancouver Islander by birth and a graduate of the University of Victoria. He has served on the board of the ThaiCanadian Chamber twice previously, both in 2005 and 2011, and is very active in event organizing for both the Flying Farangs hockey and Beaver Golf institutions.

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Joseph founded Vivaldi Relations in 2004. Vivaldi offers full traditional PR, digital PR, social media management and event services, and has evolved to become one of Thailand’s fastest growing and most successful PR companies over the last few years. Vivaldi’s portfolio includes a range of high-profile clients including Jaguar Land Rover, Cartier, Rolex, Nike, William Grant & Sons, Singapore Tourism Board, ONYX Hospitality, Magnolias Finest Corporation, Saint Gobain, Tourism Authority of Thailand, MTV, TNT Express and Qatar Airways. Joseph holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Marketing from Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. He is also a National University of Singapore alumnus having completed the Young Managers programme. He is avid athlete who frequently competes in triathlons, adventure races and marathons. He completed his first full Canada ironman Triathlon in 2012.


Year in Review

2015 in Review CHAMBER EVENTS and ACTIVITIES The following is quick overview of CANCHAM Thailand’s major and reoccurring events. Our chamber maintains a full events schedule that is competitive with many of Thailand’s larger foreign chambers of commerce. In addition to its own functions, CANCHAM Thailand supports the Canadian community, the Embassy of Canada and other foreign chamber events as it strives to offer its members with a broad range of business and social networking opportunities.

CHARITY INITIATIVES The People Eye Care Foundation (PECF) and CANCHAM Thailand’s “I for an Eye” Initiative: For the fourth consecutive year, the Executive Board of CANCHAM Thailand has elected to financially support the charitable activities of People Eye Care Foundation (PECF) in its never-ending mission to restore sight of a significant number of people in rural Thailand whose sight and lives have been critically diminished. Once or twice every month, a ‘PECF team’ of five eye doctors and roughly 25 nurses from various hospitals around Bangkok pack their bags and medical equipment and head off to spend a weekend at a rural government hospital somewhere in Thailand. Their mission – to give sight back to local people that suffer from cataract conditions and cannot afford to pay for the required procedures.

MAJOR EVENTS 25th Annual General Meeting (AGM) Wednesday, March 25, 2015 | Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn

With the support of the chamber’s ordinary members, a quorum was declared and achieved all of the AGM’s deliverables including the President’s & Treasurer’s Reports, ratification of the 23rd AGM’s minutes, approval of changes to the Constitution, approval of the 2014 Audited Financials and selection of the 2015 Auditor. Also confirmed was the new 14-member Executive Board, featuring Ron Livingston as President; John Stevens and Derek Van Pelt as Vice-Presidents; John Casella as Treasurer; Dean Outerson as Secretary; and Peter Bessey, Surcahit “Art” Chanovan, Joseph Henry, Andrew Kloosterhuis, David MacDonald, James MacDonald, James McCracken, Angus Mitchell, and Michael White as the remaining board members. Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory

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BEAVER INVITATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

Guests enjoyed a sumptuous buffet with a wide range of food for all palates; Molson beer, craft wines and Bloody Caesars were on offer.

Friday, April 3 - Saturday, April 4, 2015 | Phoenix Golf Course & Amari Pattaya Hotel

To close out the night, Ambassador Calvert cut the cake offering the children in attendance the first delicious slices. We thank all our sponsors: Bumrungrad International, BNH Hospital, ISB, Bangkok Hospital, Pattison High School. NIST International School provided us with the venue to host and celebrate Canada Day. A special thanks to the Embassy of Canada to Thailand for their support with volunteers to assist at the event, and to Yvonne Chin, Counsellor (Commercial).

Thanachart Bank Maple Leaf Ball 2015

Saturday October 10, 2015 | Conrad Bangkok Hotel

The 4th annual Beaver Invitational Charity Golf Tourney, staged by CANCHAM Thailand and the Flying Farangs, went off well and for the second time the tournament was held in April. Kingdom Property returned as the title sponsor and the Phoenix Golf & Country Club once again did a wonderful job of hosting the sold-out tournament with over 130 players following a four-player scramble format. The Amari Hotel Pattaya did a brilliant job of staging the Friday evening pre-tournament reception party at Tavern by the Sea and the Saturday post-tournament dinner party and awards ceremony. One third of the Beaver’s net proceeds were donated to the People’s Eye Care Foundation under the chamber’s “I for an Eye” campaign, which delivers eye cataract surgery for people who normally cannot afford to pay for that kind of operation. The PECF gives back the gift of sight and it is truly a wonderful campaign.

Canada Day Saturday, June 27, 2015 | NIST International School As usual, Canada Day came early this year in Thailand, as the Canadian community celebrated the nation’s 148th birthday on Saturday June 27th at the NIST International School. Rain didn’t ruin the festivities as has happened in previous years; doors opened at 3pm, and all the planned activities took place on time. Children’s games, plus a whole slew of activities were organized by “Right to Play” on the front lawn, including face painting; while the traditional tug-of-war contest was held with men’s, women’s and children’s teams all competing.

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The annual Maple Leaf Ball is the Chamber’s premier social event of the year and we had Thanachart Bank as our title sponsor for the year. The Ball’s 2015 theme, “The Elegance of Autumn”, portrayed the natural and elegant beauty of Canada’s autumn. The night started with a cocktail reception with draught beer sponsored by Flow Inter and Cocktails by Monkey Shoulder. The Conrad Bangkok’s ballroom was swarming with over 300 guests in their best frocks. To serve a delicious Thanksgiving-style meal including turkey with all the trimmings has become a bit of a tradition at the Maple Leaf Ball – the chefs certainly did not disappoint! Once stomachs were filled it was time for the famous singer and songwriter Paul Ewing who kept everyone entertained with his enchanting musical skills. Wine, beer, Bloody Caesars and shots kept flowing throughout the night. We thank all our sponsors: Thanachart Bank, ISB, Major Cineplex, Tours R Us, NIST International School, MBMG Group, KIS International School, Loxley PLC; our media partner: Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations; our Patron: Ambassador Philip Calvert and all at the Embassy of Canada to Thailand; the myriad prize donors as shown in the Voyageur magazine; the Conrad Bangkok and all our guests for making the event possible. At the Thanachart Bank Maple Leaf Ball, CANCHAM Thailand made a donation of THB 700,000 to the People Eye Care Foundation from money raised by the chamber at various events and with support from donations from our members and friends.


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REGULAR/SPEAKER EVENTS

CSR ACTIVITIES

March 18-19, 2015

February 28 - March 1, 2015

Anantara Siam Bangkok - Canada-ASEAN Business Forum 2015, organized by the Canada-ASEAN Business Council (CABC)

Royal Paragon Hall Exhibition & Convention Center - 45th Diplomatic Red Cross Bazaar, organized by the Thai Red Cross Society in Cooperation with the Diplomatic Participants Committee. CANCHAM Thailand and our members joined the event to present Canadian products. Part proceeds of the sales are donated to the Thai Red Cross.

March 20, 2015 Anantara Siam Bangkok – The 1st Thailand-Canada business meeting – The first bilateral seminar between Thailand and Canada was organized to bring together businesses and provide the platform for further trade partnerships. The event was hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking.

September 25, 2015 The Courtyard by Marriott, South Pattaya - Joint Chambers Eastern Seaboard Sundowners, this event was hosted by AustCham and held in conjunction with the CANCHAM Thailand and a number of other Chambers.

November 4, 2015 Anantara Siam Bangkok – Entrepreneurship Workshop: Turning Ideas into Success, featuring Barbara Kitsco of Kitsco Consulting, Suradech Hongsa of DFDL & Naravuth Akravuthiyam of Thanachart Bank, organized by CANCHAM Thailand

November 18, 2015 Four Points by Sheraton, Bangkok – TRANSATLANTIC Chambers Networking, organized by CANCHAM Thailand, together with partner chambers from North America and Europe.

November 19, 2015 Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok - Thai-Canadian Alumni Networking evening, organized by the Canadian Embassy.

November 22, 2015 Amari Phuket Patong Beach –The Phuket Business Dinner, “Meet the Ambassadors", hosted by the BCCT in collaboration with CANCHAM Thailand, French, German, Irish and Netherlands Chambers of Commerce

May 2015 The Thanachart Bank & the Thai Red Cross spearheaded a drive to raise money for victims of the Nepal Earthquake. CANCHAM Thailand together with Smiling Albino organised an online campaign to help raise funds for the Shree Mangal Dvip (SMD) School, which helps under-privileged Himalayan children and is run by Canadian Shirley Blair.

October 10, 2015 Donation of THB700,000 by CANCHAM Thailand to the People Eye Care Foundation (PECF)

November 15, 2015 Donation of THB 60,000 by CANCHAM Thailand to iCare Thailand who work towards supporting children in remote and disadvantaged communities – providing them with education, school supplies and basic necessities. CANCHAM Thailand also supported the WALKWITH-US fundraiser walkathon at Lumpini Park.

November 20-22, 2015 YWCA Diplomatic Charity Bazaar, Central World – CANCHAM Thailand participated in the 62nd YWCA Diplomatic Charity Bazaar 2015, along with our member Senzu and other vendors to showcase Canadian products and creativity. Some Canadian products featured at the fair include: custom designed jewelry, cereals, dried fruit, maple syrup and others. Part proceeds from the sales of products are donated to charities via the YWCA.

November 25, 2015 Bangkok Convention Centre A, Centara Grand Central World - Luncheon Session with H.E. Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha, organized by the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce Thailand (JFCCT)

November 27, 2015 Eastin Grand Sathorn – Canadian tax advice for expats and investors, a talk by Wayne Bewick, hosted by CANCHAM Thailand and sponsored by ReDev Properties.

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CANCHAM Thailand Presidents - Past and Present

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CANCHAM Thailand Business Excellence Award

CANCHAM Thailand Hall of Fame

Charter Inductee

Mr. Sam Cohen CANCHAM Thailand President — 1994 to 1995 Origin of the Award: The Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CANCHAM Thailand) ‘Hall of Fame’ was established in 2012 to honour the Chamber’s key founders and members who have made significant contributions to the formation, development and growth of CANCHAM Thailand and Thai-Canadian relations over the years.

Sam is one of the original founding members of the Chamber when it was known as the Canadian Club and met at the Canadian Embassy once or twice a month. In 1988, it was expanded to the Thai-Canadian Business Association which subsequently became the Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce (now CANCHAM Thailand) when it was officially registered during 1991.

Basis for Selection: Candidates for election to the CANCHAM Thailand Hall of Fame shall be chosen by the CANCHAM Thailand’s Executive Board based of their contribution to the Chamber, managerial or executive ability (where applicable), the development of the Thai-Canadian business community in general, and their character.

Ever since his arrive in Thailand, Mr. Cohen has always played an active role in helping to foster the expansion of business links between Canada and Thailand. He was an early participant and former Chair of the Foreign Chambers Coordinating Committee (FCCC), the forerunner of today’s Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce (JFCCT), where representatives from every chamber would meet monthly to act on behalf of the foreign business community in addressing concerns and/or problems with the Thai government.

Charter Inductee – Mr. Sam Cohen, CANCHAM Thailand President – 1994 to 1995: On May 30, 2012, Mr. Sam Cohen was selected as the CANCHAM Thailand Hall of Fame’s first inductee. As the CANCHAM Thailand's best known and the best loved member, it was only fitting that Sam should be the Hall of Fame’s charter member. As one chamber associated noted, “If CANCHAM Thailand had a favorite chamber member award Sam Cohen would have won that award as many times as Bobby Orr won the James Norris trophy”.

Without question, Mr. Sam Cohen was the right person to serve as the Chamber’s first ‘Hall of Fame’ inductee. Just follow Sam’s business ethos of the three P’s… “Patience, Perseverance, and Presence” and you’ll achieve success in Thailand.

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Thai-Canadian Bilateral Relations

Thailand and Canada

Thailand

Canada

Area

513,120 sq. km.

9,984,670 sq. km.

Population

67,741,401 34,834,841

Capital

Bangkok Ottawa

Language

Thai and English

Government

Constitutional Monarchy

Currency

Baht Can$

GDP

US$373.8 billion

US$1.789 trillion

GDP Per Capita

US$14,400

US$44,800

Inflation Rate

1.9% 1.9%

Unemployment

1% 6.9%

Source:

Source: CIA factbook (estimates 2014)

French and English

Confederation with Parliamentary Democracy

Source: CIA factbook (estimates 2014)

* Note: The figures presented here do not take into account differences in the cost of living in different countries, and the results can vary greatly from one year to another based on fluctuations in the exchange rates of the country’s currency. Such fluctuations may change a country’s ranking from one year to the next, even though they often make little or no difference to the standard of living of its population. Therefore these figures should be used with caution.

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Canada and Thailand Calendar

Public Holidays Public Holidays in Thailand 2015 January 1 March 2nd April 6 April 13-15 May 1 May 5 May 3 July 1st July 12 August 12 October 23 December 7 December 10 December 31

2016 January 1 February 22 April 6 April 13 - 15 May 2 May 5 May 20 July 1 July 19 August 12 October 24 December 5 December 12 December 31

New Year’s Day Makha Bucha Day Chakri Day Songkran Festival Substitution for National Labour Day (Sunday 1st May) Coronation Day Wisakha Bucha Day Bank Mid Year Closing Day Asarnha Bucha Day H.M. the Queen’s Birthday Substitution for Chulalongkorn Day (Sunday 23rd October) H.M. the King's Birthday Substitution for Constitution Day (Saturday 10th December) New Year’s Eve

2016 January 1 March 25 March 28 May 23 July 1 September 5 October 10 November 11 December 25 December 26

New Year’s Day Good Friday Easter Monday Victoria Day Canada Day Labour Day Thanksgiving Day Remembrance Day Christmas Day Boxing Day

Public Holidays in Canada 2015 January 1 April 3 April 6 May 18 July 1 September 7 October 12 November 11 December 25 December 26

Public Holiday in the Provinces and Territories Alberta British Columbia Manitoba Newfoundland New Brunswick Nova Scotia Northwest Territories Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon

2015 February 16 August 3 February 9 August 3 February 16 August 3 March 17 August 3 August 3 June 21 August 3 July 9 February 16 August 3 February 16 August 3 August 21 January 2 May 18 June 24 February 16 August 3 February 27

2016 February 15 August 1 February 8 August 1 February 15 August 1 March 17 August 1 August 1 June 21 August 1 July 9 February 15 August 1 February 15 August 1 August 19 January 2 May 23 June 24 February 15 August 1 February 26

Family Day Heritage Day in Alberta Family Day British Columbia Day Louis Riel Day Civic/Professional Day St. Patrick’s Day New Brunswick Day Natal Day National Aboriginal Day Civic/Professional Day Nunavut Day Family Day Civic/Professional Day Islander Day Natal Day Gold Cup Parade Day After New Year’s Day National Patriots Day Jean Baptiste Day Family Day Civic/Professional Day Heritage Day in the Yukon

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CANCHAM Thailand Constitution

Constitution of CANCHAM Thailand CHAPTER I Name and Address Article 1 The name of this Chamber shall be “The ThaiCanadian Chamber of Commerce”, herein referred to as “the Chamber”. The Chamber has its registered office situated at no. 139, Sethiwan Tower, 9th Floor, Pan Road, Silom Sub-district, Bangrak District, Bangkok, Thailand.

Article 5 “Ordinary members” shall be natural persons or juristic entities who have links with the country of Canada.

CHAPTER II Objectives

Article 7 “Honorary members” shall be persons who have brought or will bring honor to the Chamber, or who are engaged in activities that enable them to be of assistance to the Chamber, and who are approved by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.

Article 2 The objectives of the Chamber shall be as follows: 2.1 To promote closer relations between Canada and Thailand. 2.2 To provide a business forum for increasing the knowledge of developments in Canada and Thailand by learning through speakers and other organized events; to keep the members informed of current Canadian and Thai Government policies and procedures, as it affects two-way trade. 2.3 To provide advice, ideas, and suggestions for Canadian business interests in Thailand in the fields of trading, services, independence professions, industries, investment, and in other related matters. 2.4 To promote and organize any activities for assisting worthy causes as approved by the Chamber. CHAPTER III Membership Article 3 This Chamber is comprised of members who are domiciled in the Kingdom of Thailand. More than fifty percent (50%) of the entire membership comprises natural persons of Canadian nationality, or juristic persons fifty percent (50%) or more whose capital is provided by partners or shareholders who are natural persons of Canadian nationality. This requirement for juristic persons also extends to branches thereof that are registered in Canada. All members of this Chamber are engaged in the following enterprises: trading, services, independent professions, industries, agriculture, finance or economic activities. Article 4 Membership shall be divided into three categories:

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Article 6 “Affiliated members” shall be natural persons or juristic entities who are qualified for ordinary membership, but do not wish to be categorized as an ordinary member.

Honorary members shall have all the rights of Ordinary members, except the right to vote or serve as the Board of Directors.

Article 8 The Canadian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand shall be an Honorary Member and Patron of the Chamber. CHAPTER IV Application and Election Article 9 A p p l i c a t i o n f o r m e m b e r s h i p s h a l l b e a s follows: 9.1 Application forms shall be submitted in writing to the Chamber office stating the following information: • Name, address, telephone and facsimile numbers of the applicant. • Category of membership for which the applicant is engaged. 9.2 Upon receipt of an application, the Chamber office shall submit it to the Board of Directors at its next meeting.Applications may be approved only by a resolution of the Board of Directors passed by a majority vote of at least twothirds (2/3) of the Board members present at the meeting. 9.3 When the Board of Directors has accepted an applicant for membership, the applicant shall be notified promptly. Article 10 Members who wish to resign from membership should notify the Chamber office in writing. Article 11 The Chamber may expel a member who has conducted himself / herself in an unbecoming manner, or when it is felt that allowing him / her to remain as a member would bring discredit to the Chamber. Such expulsion must be approved by at least a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the membership of the Board of Directors. Written


CANCHAM Thailand Constitution absentee votes shall be permitted provided they are submitted to the Chairman or Secretary before the meeting is called to order. A written notice will be provided to the member in question by the Board of Directors. Article 12 The ordinary members at the Annual General Meeting shall elect the Board of Directors. 12.1 The Board of Directors shall manage the affairs of the Chamber, and shall be elected from the ordinary members at the Annual General Meeting. The Board of Directors shall consist of at least 9, but not to exceed 15 elected ordinary members, including either individuals or designated representatives of Corporate Members. The Board of Directors shall be in office for a term of 1 year at a time.

Nominations for Directors shall be proposed and seconded during the nomination period. The nomination shall close at least fourteen (14) days prior to the Annual General Meeting. If, however, at the time the nomination process is scheduled to close there are fewer than nine (9) qualified candidates, the nomination period shall close and re-open on the day of the Annual General Meeting wherein nominations will be proposed and seconded from the floor during the meeting.

12.2 The election of the Directors for the Chamber shall take place by secret ballot after the regular business of the Annual General Meeting. Each ordinary member is entitled to one vote for each vacancy to be filled. After the votes have been cast, all candidates shall be ordered based on the number of votes received, and shall be appointed to the members of the Board of Directors in the same order. If, however, appointing a candidate on the list to the Board of Directors would be inconsistent with, or violate the constitution, then that candidate will not be appointed and the next listed candidate will be appointed. 12.3 The Board of Directors shall elect among its members to be the following officers: a. President b. Vice Presidents (2) c. Secretary d. Treasurer 12.4 The position of President shall not be held by the same person for more than three (3) full consecutive terms. Other Board members may not hold any position as an officer for more than five (5) consecutive terms. 12.5 The Immediate Past President and the Counselor (Commercial) shall serve as ex officio non-voting members of the Board unless he / she has been re-elected as a regular member of the Board.

12.6 The President must be a person residing in Thailand who is either a citizen of Canada or a person of Thai nationality. CHAPTER V Termination of Membership Article 13 Membership shall be terminated by the Board in any of the following cases: 13.1 Death, in the case of a member who is a natural person 13.2 On a member being declared bankrupt by a Court of Law 13.3 Termination of business 13.4 Expulsion from membership under Article No. 11 13.5 On being declared by a court of law to be legally incompetent or incapable 13.6 Arrears of payment of subscription for a period of longer than three (3) months after the date of receipt of a reminder(s) from the Chamber 13.7 On a member being convicted of a criminal charge. CHAPTER VI Rights and Duties Article 14 Chamber members have the following rights and duties: 14.1 Within the scope of the objectives of the Chamber, and of the Chambers of Commerce Act of B.E. 2509 (A.D. 1966), members shall have the right to receive assistance and advantages connected with trade and economic affairs. 14.2 Members must comply with the Constitution and Regulations laid down by the Chamber. CHAMBER VII Membership Subscription Article 15 Ordinary members and Affiliated members shall pay membership subscriptions as set by the Board within two (2) months of the beginning of the fiscal year of the Chamber which is deemed to start on the first day of January. Article 16 The Board shall have the power to authorize the collection of special fees from members, but a resolution for such a motion must be passed by at least a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the members present at an Extraordinary General Meeting called for this purpose.

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CANCHAM Thailand Constitution CHAPTER VIII Management of the Board

The elected officers of the Board shall have the right to terminate the membership on the Board of an elected member in the event the latter fails to attend three (3) consecutive Board meetings and is unable to provide a satisfactory explanation for such consecutive absences. The request for such an explanation must be made in writing. Notification of the decision of the elected officers must also be made in writing.

In the event of this or other vacancies occurring in the Board before the expiration of the normal tenure of office for whatever reason, the Board shall have the power to elect an Ordinary member to fill the vacancy. The elected Board Member shall remain in office only for the period remaining of the normal tenure of office of the member he/she replaced.

Article 17 The Board of Directors shall function as follows: 17.1 The President shall serve as the Chairman of General Meetings of the Chamber. The President shall sign his / her name together with the Secretary on documents concerned with the business of the Chamber. He / she shall also sign the annual Balance Sheet of the Chamber, after its certification by the Auditor. In the absence of the President, the Vice-President shall act in his / her stead and shall have the same powers as those of the President. In the absence of both the President and the Vice-President, members at the General Meeting will elect one of their members to serve as temporary Chairman. 17.2 A quorum for all meetings of the Board should consist of not less than half of the members. The Board must meet at least once a month. 17.3 The Secretary shall keep all records, except financial, of the Chamber, and shall cause proper minutes of all Annual General Meetings or Board meetings to be reviewed and signed by the President and shall dispatch a signed copy of the minutes to each Board Member. 17.4 The Treasurer shall keep an account of all monetary transactions and shall be responsible for their correctness. 17.5 The Board will establish a nomination committee to be responsible for defining nomination procedures and to identify eligible ordinary members to run for election to the Board. 17.6 The Board will establish a remuneration committee to determine salaries and bonuses for staff and the Board as deemed appropriate. 17.7 The Board is entitled to appoint committees consisting of at least one Board member to deal with special matters. The Board shall establish the powers, duties and procedures for such each committee. 17.8 Any elected Board member may at any time resign from the Board by giving notice to the Secretary in writing of his / her wish to do so. If an elected member of the Board is the designated representative of a Corporate Member and terminates employment with the Corporate Member, that elected Board Member must, in order to remain as a Director, become an individual member; or become the officially designated representative, upon employment, with another corporate member in good standing; or resign from the Board.

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Article 18 A Board member’s term of office shall begin and cease as follows: 18.1 A Board member’s term of office shall cease in the following instances: a) At the normal expiration of his/her tenure of office or in the event of his/ her resignation in accordance with the provisions of Article 17.8. b) When his/her membership of the Chamber ceases under the provisions of Articles 10, 11 and 13 herein. c) When the Ministry of Commerce orders termination under the provisions of Article 40 of the Chamber of Commerce Act of B.E. 2509 (1966). Article 19 An Executive Director may be appointed by the President, with the approval of the Board, to execute the general affairs of the Chamber in accordance with the objectives, policies, constitution and regulations of the Chamber under the supervision of the Board. CHAPTER IX General Meetings Article 20 General Meetings shall be organized as follows: 20.1 An Annual General Meeting shall be convened not later than the 31st day of March in each year, to consider the annual report of the affairs and activities of the Chamber; to consider and approve the balance sheet; to elect a new Board of Directors; to appoint an Auditor; and to conduct any other matter notified at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting. 20.2 All members shall be notified of the Annual General Meeting by post or messenger delivery, not less than seven (7) days prior to the date of the meeting. The notice shall


CANCHAM Thailand Constitution include the date, time, venue and agenda of the meeting. 20.3 The Board of Directors or one-third (1/3) of the entire membership of the Chamber, at any time may propose an Extraordinary General Meeting be called. Notice of the meeting shall be sent to all members at least seven (7) days in advance of the date of the meeting; this notice shall also state the purpose, date, time and venue of this meeting. 20.4 At all General Meetings, at least 25% of the Ordinary Members must be present to constitute a quorum. Proxies held by members attending meetings in the place of other members shall be counted in determining a quorum. If after a period of 30 minutes subsequent to the scheduled time for the meeting there is not a quorum present, then the meeting shall be postponed for seven (7) days thereafter and shall be held at the same time and place.

Further notification to the members shall be required. A quorum shall be deemed to exist at the subsequent meeting irrespective of the number of members present.

20.5 Members shall have the right to cast one vote or in the case of a member holding a proxy or proxies for another member or members, he or she shall have the right to vote as proxies. No member shall have the right to represent more than five (5) other members at any meeting. 20.6 A resolution passed by any meeting shall be a simple majority vote of the members present at the meeting, unless otherwise prescribed in this Constitution. CHAPTER X Auditor Article 21 One or more persons not members of the Board will be elected as Auditors at each Annual General Meeting. They will be required to audit the annual Balance Sheet of the Chamber including the Chamber’s accounting records for any period as required by the Board.

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CANCHAM Thailand Constitution CHAPTER XI Alteration of the Constitution

CHAPTER 13 Transitional Provisions

Article 22 The Constitution of the Chamber may be altered only by a resolution passed by an Annual General Meeting or at an Extraordinary General Meeting.

Article 24 Once the Chambers Registrar to the Bangkok Metropolis has approved the establishment of the Chamber, all promoters of the establishment shall act as temporary Board members until an election of the Board under this provision is held. In this regard, the election shall be held within one hundred and twenty (120) days from the approval date of establishment of the Chamber.

CHAPTER XII Dissolution of the Chamber of Commerce Article 23 The Chamber can be dissolved by:

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23.1 In accordance with Article 43 of the Chambers Act of B.E. 2509 (A.D.1966).

Article 25 In the interests of the provisions in Article 9, all of the promoters shall act as Ordinary members.

23.2 A resolution passed by at least a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the members present at an Extraordinary General Meeting called for this purpose.

Article 26 This Constitution shall apply as from the date the Chambers Registrar to the Bangkok Metropolis approved the establishment of the Chamber.

After dissolution of the Chamber of Commerce, if any property or assets remain after liquidation, they must be transferred to a non-profit organization deemed worthy by the Board.

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The above constitution was amended by a resolution passed by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of members attending the Annual General Meeting of Members of the Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce which was held on 25th March 2014.


ขอบังคับ ของ หอการคาไทย–คานาดา

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หมวด 1 ชื่อและที่ตั้ง ขอ 1 หอการคานี้มีชื่อวา “หอการคาไทย–คานาดา” ซึ่งตอไปนี้จะเรียกวา “หอการคา” และ เขียนชื่อเปนภาษาอังกฤษวา “The Thai–Canadian Chamber of Commerce” หอการคานี้มีสํานักงาน ตั้ ง อยู ณ ชั้ น 9 เศรษฐี ว รรณ ทาวเวอร เลขที่ 139 ถนนป น แขวงสี ล ม เขตบางรั ก กรุ ง เทพมหานคร ประเทศไทย หมวด 2 วัตถุที่ประสงค ขอ 2 วัตถุที่ประสงคของหอการคานี้มีดังตอไปนี้ 2.1 สงเสริมความสัมพันธอันใกลชิดระหวางประเทศคานาดาและประเทศไทย 2.2 จัดใหมีการแลกเปลี่ยนความคิดเห็นทางธุรกิจเพื่อเพิ่มพูนความรูเกี่ยวกับการ พัฒนาดานตาง ๆ ในประเทศคานาดาและประเทศไทย โดยการเรียนรูจากวิทยากรและกิจกรรมตาง ๆ ที่จัด ขึ้น ตลอดทั้งใหขอมูลขาวสารแกสมาชิกเกี่ยวกับนโยบายและกรรมวิธีตาง ๆ ของรัฐบาลไทยและรัฐบาลคา นาดาที่ใชอยูในปจจุบัน ซึ่งมีผลกระทบตอการคาของทั้งสองประเทศ 2.3 ใหคําปรึกษา ขอคิดเห็น และขอเสนอแนะ เกี่ยวกับผลประโยชนในทางธุรกิจของ ชาวคานาดาในประเทศไทย ดานการคา การบริการ การประกอบวิชาชีพอิสระ อุตสาหกรรม การลงทุน และ ดานอื่น ๆ ที่เกี่ยวของ 2.4 สงเสริมและจัดกิจกรรมการกุศลตางๆ ที่หอการคาเห็นชอบ

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หมวด 3 สมาชิกภาพ ขอ 3 หอการคานี้ประกอบดวยสมาชิกซึ่งมีภูมิลําเนาในราชอาณาจักรไทย และมีสมาชิกเกินกึ่ง หนึ่งของจํานวนสมาชิกทั้งหมด เปนบุคคลธรรมดาสัญชาติคานาดา หรือนิติบุคคลที่มีบุคคลธรรมดาสัญชาติ คานาดาเปนหุนสวน หรือผูถือหุนตั้งแตกึ่งหนึ่งของจํานวนเงินทุนของนิติบุคคลนั้น รวมทั้งสาขาของนิติ บุคคลดังกลาวที่จดทะเบียนในประเทศคานาดา และสมาชิกทั้งหมดของหอการคานี้เปนผูประกอบวิสาหกิจ ในดานการคา การบริการ การประกอบวิชาชีพอิสระ อุตสาหกรรม เกษตรกรรม การเงิน หรือเศรษฐกิจ ขอ 4 สมาชิกแบงออกเปน 3 ประเภท 4.1 สมาชิกสามัญ 4.2 สมาชิกสมทบ 4.3 สมาชิกกิตติมศักดิ์ ขอ 5 “สมาชิกสามัญ” ไดแก บุคคลธรรมดา หรือนิติบุคคลที่มีความเกี่ยวของกับประเทศคานาดา ขอ 6 “สมาชิกสมทบ” ไดแก บุคคลธรรมดา หรือนิติบุคคลที่มีคุณสมบัติเชนเดียวกับสมาชิก สามัญ แตไมประสงคจะสมัครเปนสมาชิกสามัญ ขอ 7 “สมาชิกกิตติมศักดิ์” ไดแก บุคคลธรรมดาผูซึ่งไดนําหรือจะนําเกียรติมาสูหอการคา หรื อ ผู ซึ่ ง มี กิ จ กรรมที่ ส ามารถช ว ยเหลื อ หอการค า ได และได รั บ ความเห็ น ชอบโดยเสี ย งข า งมากของ คณะกรรมการ สมาชิกกิตติมศักดิ์มีสิทธิตาง ๆ เชนเดียวกับสมาชิกสามัญ ยกเวนสิทธิออกเสียงลงคะแนนในที่ ประชุม หรือสิทธิที่จะไดรับเลือกเปนคณะกรรมการ

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หมวด 4 การสมัครและการเลือกตั้ง ขอ 9 การสมัครเปนสมาชิกมีขั้นตอนดังตอไปนี้

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9.1 ยื่ น ใบสมั ค รเป น ลายลั ก ษณ อั ก ษร ถึ ง สํ า นั ก งานหอการค า โดยระบุ ข อ ความ - ชื่อ ที่อยู หมายเลขโทรศัพท และโทรสารของผูสมัคร - ประเภทของสมาชิกที่ขอสมัคร

9.2 หลั ง จากได รั บ ใบสมั ค รแล ว ให สํ า นั ก งานหอการค า นํ า เสนอต อ ที่ ป ระชุ ม คณะกรรมการในคราวตอไป การรับเปนสมาชิกจะกระทําไดก็แตโดยมติที่ประชุมคณะกรรมการ ซึ่งตองมี คะแนนเสียงขางมากไมต่ํากวาสองในสามสวน (2/3) ของจํานวนกรรมการที่เขาประชุม 9.3 เมื่อคณะกรรมการไดรับผูสมัครเปนสมาชิกแลว ตองแจงใหผูสมัครทราบทันที ขอ 10 สมาชิกผูประสงคจะลาออกจากสมาชิกภาพ จะตองแจงความจํานงเปนลายลักษณอักษร ใหสํานักงานหอการคาทราบ ขอ 11 หอการคาจะใหสมาชิกที่มีความประพฤติเสื่อมเสีย หรือเมื่อเห็นวาการใหอยูในสมาชิก ภาพตอไปจะนําความเสื่อมเสียมาสูหอการคา ออกจากสมาชิกภาพได โดยมติที่ประชุมคณะกรรมการซึ่งมี คะแนนเสียงฝายขางมากไมต่ํากวาสองในสามส ว น (2/3) ของจํานวนกรรมการทั้งหมด กรรมการอาจ ลงคะแนนเสียงลวงหนาเปนลายลักษณอักษรได หากไดยื่นหนังสือดังกลาวตอประธานหรือเลขานุการกอน การประชุม ใหคณะกรรมการมีหนังสือแจงสมาชิกที่จะถูกลงมติใหพนจากสมาชิกภาพดวย ขอ 12 ใหสมาชิกสามัญที่เขาประชุมใหญสามัญประจําป เลือกตั้งคณะกรรมการ 12.1 ใหคณะกรรมการมีหนาที่บริหารกิจการของหอการคา และจะตองไดรับเลือกตั้ง จากสมาชิกสามัญที่เขารวมประชุมใหญสามัญประจําปนั้นๆ คณะกรรมการจะตองประกอบดวยกรรมการที่ ไดรับเลือกตั้งอยางนอย 9 คน แตไมเกิน 15 คน ซึ่งกรรมการจะเปนบุคคลธรรมดาหรือเปนตัวแทนที่ไดรับ มอบหมายจากสมาชิกนิติบุคคลก็ได ใหคณะกรรมการอยูในตําแหนงคราวละหนึ่งป ใหมีการเสนอและ รับรองชื่อผูจะเปนกรรมการในชวงเวลาที่ใหมีการเสนอชื่อผูที่จะเปนกรรมการดังกลาว ซึ่งจะตองปดการ เสนอชื่อดังกลาวกอนวันประชุมใหญสามัญประจําปอยางนอย 14 วัน แตถาถึงวันปดการเสนอชื่อปรากฏว 29 า Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory

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ไดรับเลือกตั้งอยางนอย 9 คน แตไมเกิน 15 คน ซึ่งกรรมการจะเปนบุคคลธรรมดาหรือเปนตัวแทนที่ไดรับ มอบหมายจากสมาชิ กนิติบุคคลก็ได ใหคณะกรรมการอยูในตําแหนงคราวละหนึ่งป ใหมีการเสนอและ CANCHAM Thailand Constitution รับรองชื่อผูจะเปนกรรมการในช���วงเวลาที่ใหมีการเสนอชื่อผูที่จะเปนกรรมการดังกลาว ซึ่งจะตองปดการ เสนอชื่อดังกลาวกอนวันประชุมใหญสามัญประจําปอยางนอย 14 วัน แตถาถึงวันปดการเสนอชื่อปรากฏวา 3 ยังมีผูสมัครนอยกวาเกา (9) คนก็ใหปดการเสนอชื่อกรรมการดั งกลาว แลวเปดใหมในวันประชุมใหญสามัญ ประจําป โดยใหมีการเสนอและรับรองชื่อผูจะเปนกรรมการในระหวางการประชุมดังกลาวได

12.2 ใหเลือกตั้งกรรมการหอการคาโดยการลงคะแนนลับหลังจากมีการดําเนินการตาม วาระปกติของที่ประชุมใหญสามัญประจําปเสร็จสิ้นแลว สมาชิกสามัญแตละคนมีสิทธิออกเสียงหนึ่งเสียง สําหรับแตละตําแหนงกรรมการที่วางลง หลังมีการลงคะแนนเสียงแลว ใหจัดลําดับผูสมัครทั้งหมดตาม จํานวนคะแนนเสียงที่แตละคนไดรับ และใหแตงตั้งแตละคนเปนกรรมการตามลําดับคะแนนเสียงที่ไดรับ แตถาการแตงตั้งผูสมัครคนใดเปนกรรมการดังกลาวไมสอดคลองหรือฝาฝนขอบังคับนี้ ก็ใหการแตงตั้ง ดังกลาวไมชอบ และใหผูสมัครคนถัดไปในบัญชีดังกลาวไดรับการแตงตั้งแทน

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12.3 ใหคณะกรรมการเลือกสมาชิกที่อยูในคณะกรรมการเขาดํารงตําแหนงเจาหนาที่ ก. ข. ค. ง.

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12.4 ใหประธานอยูในตําแหนงไดไมเกินสาม (3) วาระติดตอกัน สวนกรรมการใน ตําแหนงเจาหนาที่อื่นๆ จะอยูในตําแหนงไดไมเกินหา (5) วาระติดตอกัน 12.5 ใหประธานและที่ปรึกษา (ดานพาณิชย) ที่เพิ่งพนตําแหนงตามวาระเขาดํารง ตําแหนงกรรมการในฐานะอดีตเจาหนาที่ และไมมีสิทธิออกเสียง เวนแตจะไดรับเลือกเขามาใหมในตําแหนง กรรมการปกติ 12.6 ประธานจะตองเปนบุคคลที่อาศัยอยูในประเทศไทย และถือสัญชาติประเทศ คานาดาหรือประเทศไทยก็ได

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CANCHAM Thailand Constitution

หมวด 5 การสิ้นสุดสมาชิกภาพ

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ขอ 13 การเปนสมาชิกหอการคาจะสิ้นสุดลงโดยมติของคณะกรรมการดวยเหตุใดเหตุหนึ่ง

13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6

ตาย ในกรณีสมาชิกเปนบุคคลธรรมดา ตองคําพิพากษาใหเปนบุคคลลมละลาย เลิกหรือสิ้นสุดลงซึ่งกิจการ สิ้นสุดจากสมาชิกภาพตามขอ 11 ถูกศาลสั่งใหเปนคนไรความสามารถหรือเสมือนไรความสามารถ คางชําระคาบํารุงเปนระยะเวลาเกินกวาสาม (3) เดือน นับตั้งแตวันไดรับคําเตือน จากหอการคา 13.7 ตองคําพิพากษาลงโทษในคดีอาญา หมวด 6 สิทธิและหนาที่

ขอ 14 สมาชิกของหอการคามีสิทธิและหนาที่ดังนี้ 14.1 ภายในขอบเขตแหงวัตถุประสงคของหอการคาและพระราชบัญญัติหอการคา พ.ศ. 2509 (ค.ศ. 1966) สมาชิกมีสิทธิที่จะไดรับความชวยเหลือและประโยชนในเรื่องที่เกี่ยวกับการคาและ เศรษฐกิจ 14.2 สมาชิกตองปฏิบัติตามขอบังคับและกฎระเบียบตามที่หอการคากําหนดไว หมวด 7 คาบํารุงสมาชิก ขอ 15 สมาชิกสามัญและสมาชิกสมทบตองชําระคาบํารุงสมาชิกตามที่คณะกรรมการกําหนด ภายในสอง (2) เดือน นับตั้งแตวันเริ่มตนของปบัญชีของหอการคา ซึ่งถือวาจะเริ่มตนในวันที่ 1 มกราคม

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ขอ 16 คณะกรรมการมีอํานาจที่จะเรียกเก็บคาธรรมเนียมพิเศษจากสมาชิกไดโดยตองไดรับ ความเห็นชอบดวยคะแนนเสียงขางมากไมนอยกวาสองในสามสวน (2/3) ของจํานวนสมาชิกที่เขารวม ประชุมในการประชุมใหญวิสามัญที่ไดเรียกประชุมเพื่อการนี้ หมวด 8 การบริหารงานของคณะกรรมการ ขอ 17 คณะกรรมการมีอํานาจหนาที่ดังตอไปนี้ 17.1 ใหประธานกรรมการทําหนาที่ประธานที่ประชุมใหญของสมาชิกหอการคาทุก ครั้ง ใหประธานและเลขานุ ก ารมีอํา นาจลงลายมือชื่อ รว มกั นในเอกสารทั้งหลายที่ เ กี่ย วกั บกิ จการของ หอการคา ทั้งใหประธานลงลายมือชื่อในงบดุลประจําปของหอการคาหลังจากผูสอบบัญชีไดรับรองแลวดวย ในกรณีที่ประธานไมอยูในที่ประชุมก็ให รองประธานทําหนาที่นี้แทนและมีอํานาจ เชนเดียวกับประธาน ในกรณีที่ทั้งประธานและรองประธานไมอยู ก็ใหสมาชิกในที่ประชุมใหญเลือกสมาชิก คนหนึ่งคนใดขึ้นทําหนาที่เปนประธานที่ประชุมชั่วคราวก็ได 17.2 องคประชุมกรรมการทุกครั้งจะตองประกอบดวยสมาชิกที่เขาประชุมไมนอยกวา กึ่งหนึ่งกรรมการทั้งหมด ทั้งใหมีการประชุมกรรมการอยางนอยเดือนละหนึ่งครั้ง 17.3 เลขานุการเปนผูเก็บรักษาเอกสารทั้งหมดของหอการคา ยกเวนเอกสารเกี่ยวกับ การเงิน ทั้งตองจัดทํารายงานการประชุมใหญสามัญประจําป หรือการประชุมคณะกรรมการเพื่อใหมีการ ตรวจสอบและลงนามโดยประธาน ตลอดจนจัดสงสําเนารายงานการประชุมตาง ๆ ที่ไดลงนามแลวไปยัง กรรมการแตละคน 17.4 เหรัญญิกเปนผูเก็บรักษาบัญชีเกี่ยวกับการรับจายเงินของหอการคาและรับผิดชอบ ดําเนินการใหเกิดความถูกตอง 17.5 คณะกรรมการเปนผูแตงตั้งคณะอนุกรรมการเสนอชื่อผูจะเปนกรรมการเพื่ อ รับผิดชอบกําหนดวิธีดําเนินการเสนอชื่อสมาชิกสามัญผูมีสิทธิเขารับการเลือกตั้งใหดํารงตําแหนงกรรมการ 32

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17.6 คณะกรรมการเปนผูแตงตั้งคณะอนุกรรมการคาทดแทนเพื่อรับผิดชอบกําหนด เงินเดือน และโบนัสใหลูกจาง และกรรมการตามแตจะเห็นสมควร 17.7 คณะกรรมการมีสิทธิแตงตั้งคณะอนุกรรมการตางๆ ซึ่งประกอบดวยกรรมการ อยางนอยหนึ่งคน เพื่อจัดการเรื่องใดๆ เปนพิเศษ ใหคณะกรรมการกําหนดอํานาจหนาที่และวิธีดําเนินการ ของคณะอนุกรรมการแตละคณะดังกลาว 17.8 กรรมการที่ไดรับเลือกตั้งคนใดคนหนึ่งอาจลาออกจากการเปนกรรมการเมื่อใดก็ ได โดยสงหนังสือลาออกเปนลายลักษณอักษรถึงเลขานุการ ถากรรมการที่ไดรับเลือกตั้งคนใดซึ่งเปนตัวแทนของสมาชิกนิติบุคคลแตสมาชิกนิติ บุคคลดั ง กลา วเลิก จ า งแล ว ก็ ยั ง คงเปน กรรมการได แต ใ หก รรมการนั้ น เปน สมาชิ ก บุค คลธรรมดาของ หอการคาหรือเปนตัวแทนของสมาชิกนิติบุคคลรายอื่นเมื่อไดรับการวาจางใหมแลว หรือจะลาออกจากการ เปนกรรมการ ก็ได คณะเจาหนาที่หอการคาผูไดรับเลือกตั้งโดยคณะกรรมการมีสิทธิถอดถอนกรรมการคน หนึ่งคนใดที่ขาดประชุมคณะกรรมการสาม (3) ครั้งติดตอกัน และกรรมการนั้นไมสามารถชี้แจงใหเปนที่ พอใจแกคณะเจาหนาที่หอการคาไดถึงเหตุแหงการขาดประชุมดังกลาว คําขอชี้แจงจะตองทําเปนลายลักษณ อักษร ทั้งการแจงคําชี้ขาดของเจาหนาที่ดังกลาวก็ตองทําเปนลายลักษณอักษรดวย ในกรณีเชนนี้หรือในกรณีที่มีตําแหนงกรรมการวางลงกอนที่จะสิ้นสุดวาระการดํารง ตําแหนงตามปกติไมวาดวยเหตุใดก็ตาม ใหคณะกรรมการที่เหลือเลือกสมาชิกสามัญคนหนึ่งคนใดเขาดํารง ตําแหนงที่วางลงนั้น ใหกรรมการที่เขาใหมอยูในตําแหนงเทากับระยะเวลาที่เหลืออยูของกรรมการที่พน ตําแหนง ขอ 18 ใหวาระการดํารงตําแหนงของกรรมการเริ่มตนและสิ้นสุดลง ในกรณีดังตอไปนี้ 18.1 ใหวาระการดํารงตําแหนงของกรรมการสิ้นสุดลง โดยในกรณีดังตอไปนี้ ก. เมื่อสิ้นสุดการดํารงตําแหนงตามวาระปกติ หรือในกรณีที่มีการลาออกตาม บทบัญญัติขอ 17.8 แหงขอบังคับนี้ ข. เมื่ อ สมาชิ ก ภาพของกรรมการคนใดคนหนึ่ ง ของหอการค า สิ้ น สุ ด ลงตาม บทบัญญัติขอ 10, 11 แ���ะ 13 แหงขอบังคับนี้ Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory

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ค. เมื่อกระทรวงพาณิชยมีคําสั่งใหกรรมการคนใดออกจากตําแหนงตามความใน มาตรา 40 แหงพระราชบัญญัติหอการคา พ.ศ. 2509 (ค.ศ. 1966) ขอ 19 ผูอํานวยการบริหารอาจไดรับการแตงตั้งจากประธานกรรมการหอการคาโดยความ เห็ น ชอบของคณะกรรมการ เพื่ อ ทํ า หน าที่ บ ริ ห ารงานทั่ ว ไปของหอการค า ตามวั ตถุ ป ระสงค นโยบาย ขอบังคับ และกฎระเบียบของหอการคา ภายใตการควบคุมดูแลของคณะกรรมการ หมวด 9 การประชุมใหญสามัญ ขอ 20 ใหจัดการประชุมใหญสามัญดังตอไปนี้ 20.1 ให จั ด การประชุ ม ใหญ สามั ญ ประจํ า ป ภายในวั นที่ 31 มี น าคมของทุ ก ป เพื่ อ พิจารณารายงานผลการดําเนินงานประจําปของหอการคา พิจารณาอนุมัติงบดุล เลือกตั้งคณะกรรมการชุด ใหม แตงตั้งผูสอบบัญชี และดําเนินกิจการอื่นใดที่ไดรับแจงใหทราบอยางนอยเจ็ด (7) วันลวงหนากอนวัน ประชุม 20.2 ให ส ง คํ า บอกกล า วเรี ย กประชุ ม ใหญ ส ามั ญ ประจํ า ป ท างไปรษณี ย หรื อ โดย พนักงานสงเอกสารเปนเวลาไมนอยกวาเจ็ด (7) วันลวงหนากอนวันประชุม หนังสือเรียกประชุมจะตองระบุ วัน เวลา สถานที่ และวาระการประชุมดวย 20.3 คณะกรรมการหรื อสมาชิก สามั ญจํา นวนหนึ่ งในสามส ว น (1/3) ของสมาชิ ก ทั้งหมดของหอการคา อาจเสนอใหเรียกประชุมใหญวิสามัญเมื่อใดก็ได โดยจัดสงหนังสือเรียกประชุมใหแก สมาชิกอยางนอยเจ็ด (7) วันลวงหนากอนวันประชุม ใหระบุในหนังสือดังกลาวถึงจุดประสงคของการเรียก ประชุมทั้ง วัน เวลา และสถานที่ประชุมดวย 20.4 การประชุ มใหญ ทุ ก ครั้ง ต อ งมี ส มาชิ ก มาเข า ประชุ ม อยา งน อ ยร อ ยละยี่ สิ บ ห า (25%) ของจํานวนสมาชิกทั้งหมด จึงจะเปนองคประชุม ผูรับมอบฉันทะที่เขาประชุมแทนสมาชิกคนอื่นให นับเปนองคประชุมดวย ถาเวลาไดลวงเลยไป 30 นาทีหลังกําหนดเวลาเริ่มประชุม ปรากฏวามีสมาชิกมาไม ครบองคประชุม ก็ใหเลื่อนการประชุมนั้นออกไปเปนระยะเวลาเจ็ด (7) วัน และจะตองจัดประชุมใหมหลัง จากนั้นตามเวลาและสถานที่เดิม 34

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Thailand ใหสงหนังสือเรียกประชุมสําหรับการประชุมครั้งถัดไปแกCANCHAM สมาชิก และไม วาจะมีConstitution สมาชิก ใหาสใดงหนั มสํามหรับการประชุมครั้งถัดไปแกสมาชิก และไมวาจะมีสมาชิก มาประชุมในจํานวนเท ก็ใงหสืถอือเรีเปยนกประชุ องคประชุ มาประชุมในจํานวนเทาใด ก็ใหถือเปนองคประชุม

20.5 ใหสมาชิกมีสิทธิออกเสียงดวยตนเองไดหนึ่งเสียง ในกรณีที่สมาชิกคนหนึ่งคนใด 20.5 ให กมี่งสหรื ิทธิออหลายคน อกเสียงดก็วใยตนเองได นึ่งเสียงในฐานะผู ยง ในกรณีทรับี่สมอบฉั มาชิกคนหนึ ไดรับมอบฉันทะจากสมาชิ กอีสกมาชิ คนหนึ หมีสิทธิอหอกเสี นทะดั่งคนใด กลาว ไดรแต ับมอบฉั อีกนคนหนึ ่งหรือหลายคนกคนอื ก็ให่นมเกิ ีสิทนธิกวออกเสี ยงในฐานะผู รับมอบฉัมนครัทะดั สมาชินกทะจากสมาชิ คนหนึ่งจะรับกเป ตัวแทนของสมาชิ าหา (5) รายในการประชุ ้งเดีงยกล วกัานว ไดไแต ไม ด สมาชิกคนหนึ่งจะรับเปนตัวแทนของสมาชิกคนอื่นเกินกวาหา (5) รายในการประชุมครั้งเดียวกัน ไมได 20.6 เวนแตจะกําหนดไวเปนอยางอื่นในขอบังคับนี้ มติที่ประชุมใหถือคะแนนเสียง 20.6กทัเว้งหมดที นแตจะกํ หนดไว ขางมากเกินกึ่งของสมาชิ ่เขาาประชุ ม เปนอยางอื่นในขอบังคับนี้ มติที่ประชุมใหถือคะแนนเสียง ขางมากเกินกึ่งของสมาชิกทั้งหมดที่เขาประชุม หมวด 10 ผูหมวด สอบบัญ10ชี ผูสอบบัญชี ขอ 21 ที่ประชุมใหญสามัญประจําป แตละครั้งจะเลือกบุคคลตั้งแตห นึ่งคนขึ้นไปซึ่งไมใช ่ประชุ ญประจําปแตลลประจํ ะครั้งาปจะเลื อกบุ้งสมุ คคลตั นึ่ งของหอการค คนขึ้นไปซึ่งาไมตาม ใช กรรมการใหขเอปน21ผูสทีอบบั ญชีมกใหญ ็ได เพืส่อามัตรวจสอบงบดุ รวมทั ดบัญ้ งแต ชีตหางๆ กรรมการให่คเณะกรรมการกํ ปนผูสอบบัญชีาหนด ก็ได เพื่อตรวจสอบงบดุลประจําป รวมทั้งสมุดบัญชีตางๆ ของหอการคา ตาม ระยะเวลาที ระยะเวลาที่คณะกรรมการกําหนด หมวด 11 หมวด การแก ไขขอ11บังคับ การแกไขขอบังคับ ขอ 22 อาจมีการแกไขเปลี่ยนแปลงขอบังคับของหอการคาไดก็ตอเมื่อมีมติของที่ประชุมใหญ 22 อมติ อาจมี การแก ไขเปลี สามัญประจํขาปอ หรื ของที ่ประชุ มใหญ่ยนแปลงข วิสามัญเทอาบันัง้นคับของหอการคาไดก็ตอเมื่อมีมติของที่ประชุมใหญ สามัญประจําป หรือมติของที่ประชุมใหญวิสามัญเทานั้น หมวด 12 หมวด 12 า การเลิ กหอการค การเลิกหอการคา ขอ 23 หอการคาอาจเลิกไดในกรณีดังตอไปนี้ ขอ 23 หอการคาอาจเลิกไดในกรณีดังตอไปนี้ 23.1 23.1 23.2 ที่เขาประชุมใหญวิส23.2 ามัญ ที่เขาประชุมใหญวิสามัญ

ตามมาตรา 43 ของพระราชบัญญัติหอการคา พ.ศ. 2509 (ค.ศ. 1966) ตามมาตรา 43 ของพระราชบัญญัติหอการคา พ.ศ. 2509 (ค.ศ. 1966) มีมติใหเลิกหอการคาโดยเสียงขางมากสองในสามสวน (2/3) ของจํานวนสมาชิก มีมติใหเลิกหอการคาโดยเสียงขางมากสองในสามสวน (2/3) ของจํานวนสมาชิก 9

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23.3 หลังจากเลิกหอการคา ถามีทรัพยสินหรือสินทรัพยเหลืออยูหลังจากการชําระบัญชี เสร็จสิ้นแลว ตองโอนทรัพยสินนั้นใหแกองคการอื่นที่ไมคากําไรตามที่คณะกรรมการเห็นสมควร หมวด 13 บทเฉพาะกาล ขอ 24 เมื่อนายทะเบี ยนหอการคาประจําจังหวัดกรุงเทพมหานคร ได อนุ ญาตให จัดตั้งเปน หอการคาแลว ใหผูเริ่มกอการจัดตั้งหอการคาทุกคนทําหนาที่คณะกรรมการ (ชั่วคราว) จนกวาจะไดมีการ เลือกตั้งคณะกรรมการตามความในขอบังคับนี้ ทั้งนี้จะตองจัดใหมีการเลือกตั้งขึ้นภายในกําหนดเวลาหนึ่ง รอยยี่สิบ (120) วันนับแตวันที่ไดรับอนุญาตใหจัดตั้งเปนหอการคาแลว ขอ 25 เพื่อประโยชนแหงความในขอบังคับขอ 9 ใหผูเริ่มกอการจัดตั้งหอการคาทุกคนทําหนาที่ เปนสมาชิกสามัญ ขอ 26 ใหใชขอบังคับนี้ ตั้งแตวันที่นายทะเบียนหอการคาประจําจังหวัดกรุงเทพมหานครได อนุญาตใหจัดตั้งหอการคาเปนตนไป

ขอความแหงขอบังคับดังระบุขางบนนี้ทั้งหมดรวม 26 ขอ ไดรับอนุมัติใหแกไขโดยมติเสียงขาง มากสองในสามสวน (2/3) ของสมาชิกทั้งหมดที่เขาประชุมใหญสามัญประจําปของหอการคาไทย-คานาดา เมื่อวันที่ 25 มีนาคม พ.ศ. 2557

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( นายนีล ลีออง ฉุย ) เลขานุการ


Canadian Trade with ASEAN

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Canada - Thailand Bilateral Trade (Top 10 Canada - Thailand Trading List) EXPORTS TO THAILAND – 2014

IMPORTS FROM THAILAND - 2014

%

%

Electrical or Electronic Machinery

23.37%

Wood Pulp

15.08%

Industrial Machinery and Appliances

15.66%

Aircraft

14.28%

Meat, Fish and Seafood

9.09%

Fertilizer

10.87%

Precious Stones or Metals, Coins and Jewellery

7.68%

Industrial Machinery and Appliances

10.83%

Rubber and Rubber Products

5.99%

Electrical or Electronic Machinery

5.61%

Shellfish

3.60%

Oil Seeds

5.23%

Vehicles

3.42%

Cereals

4.87%

Cereals

3.36%

Scientific and Technical Instruments

2.67%

Iron

3.33%

Rubber and Rubber Products

2.67%

Scientific and Technical Instruments

2.75%

Inorganic Chemicals

2.39%

Source: Industry Canada

Trade Fairs & Exhibitions in Canada 2016 Date

Show

Venue

January 12-14

Landscape Ontario Congress (International Trade fair & Congress for Horticulture)

Toronto Congress Center

February 25-28

Calgary Home & Garden Show

BMO - Calgary Stampede Park

May 16-18

MMTS (Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show)

Direct Energy Center, Ontario

June 15-17

Sial Canada in Montreal (International trade fair for food)

June 17-18

FoodProWest

Palais de Congres Delta Burnaby Hotel & Conference Centre

Source: www.tradefairdates.com, www.biztradeshows.com

Trade Fairs & Exhibitions in Thailand 2016 Date

Show

Venue

January 9-17

Thailand Mega Show 2016

Challenger Hall 6-8, IMPACT

February 24-27

56th Bangkok Gems & Jewelry Fair

Challenger Hall, IMPACT

March 3-6

Thailand Industrial Fair 2016

BITEC, Bangkok

March 10-12

Thailand International Furniture Fair (TIFF)

Challenger Hall, IMPACT

March 29-31

FIAAP/VICTAM/GRAPAS Asia (animal & aquatic feed and pet food)

BITEC, Bangkok

April 7-10

Thailand Auto Parts & Accessories

BITEC, Bangkok

April 20-24

Bangkok International Gift Fair & Bangkok International Houseware Fair 2016

BITEC, Bangkok

May 20-24

Thaifex-World of Food Asia

IMPACT Convention Center

May 25-29

World Food Service Expo

IMPACT Convention Center

June 22-25

Manufacturing Expo 2016

BITEC, Bangkok

August 4-6

ASEAN Fisheries and Aquaculture Conference and Exposition

BITEC, Bangkok

September 7-10

Food & Hotel Thailand (FHT)

BITEC, Bangkok

Source: www.thaitradefair.com, www.thailandexhibition.com, www.thailandindustrialfair.com

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Useful Webpages

Thai Web Links For a more complete source of links please refer to http: //www.tccc.or.th. A number of websites are in Thai language.

General Links Bank of Thailand www.bot.or.th Current and detailed monetary, financial and economic data. Facts about Thailand www.tourismthailand.org People, culture, religion, health, education. Immigration Bureau www.immigration.go.th This site provides useful information about the criteria and conditions for application for permanent residence; fees and required documents for temporary visa application as well as travel advice. National Economic and Social Development Board www.nesdb.go.th http://eng.nesdb.go.th/ (In English) National Development Plans; social and economic data indicators. Online Guide to Thailand www.ithailand.com For general information about the government, business, organizations and services in Thailand. Revenue Department www.rd.go.th Information about tax structures and tax treaties, incentives and policies, statistics, tourists’ refunds, exporter registration, online tax payment. Royal Thai Government Information Center www.thaigov.go.th Information on the Prime Minister, the Cabinet and government policies. Thailand Development Research Institute www.tdri.or.th Policy research institute providing technical and policy analysis that supports the formulation of policies with long-term implications for sustaining social and economic development in Thailand. It produces research reports and working paper series; financial statistics. Thai Government Network www.thaigov.net Governmental documents, projects, services and links to ministries. Thailand International Trade Fairs www.thaitradefair.com This site provides direct website link to all international trade fairs in Thailand. The Stock Exchange of Thailand www.set.or.th This site provides an history of the SET, legislation and regulations.

Thailand – Investment Board of Investment Investment Services Center www.boi.go.th Information on doing business in Thailand including cost for starting a business; government investment incentives programs; legal issues; patents, licensing, labour issues and industrial estates. Board of Trade of Thailand www.thaichamber.org Information on consulting and providing recommendations in relation to trade, industry, agriculture, finance and economy, and facilitating business operation. Department of Land www.dol.go.th Acquisition of land, condominium unit by foreigners. Federation of Thai Industries www.fti.or.th Information on the different industrial business groups in Thailand.

Thailand – Export / Import Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation www.apec.org Tariff database, easy way to find tariff information for APEC member countries. Business Search www.business.com Search engine and directory to help find companies, products, services and business information. Department of Business Development www.dbd.go.th Company registration services for Thai and foreign businesses including commercial law, online payment. Department of Export Promotion www.thaitrade.com Calendar of fairs & exhibitions organized by the Department; Thailand’s Exporter Directory, exporter E-marketplace and Export procedures. Export-Import Bank of Thailand www.exim.go.th Offers short and long-term loan, credit, and investment advisory services for Thai businesses. Ministry of Commerce www.moc.go.th Information on the ministry’s many departments including foreign trade, intellectual property, export promotion and business economics. There are also interesting links to Thailand’s long terms plans into e-commerce and information technology. Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory

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Useful Webpages Thailand Customs Department www.customs.go.th Information on customs procedures, searchable database on import and export goods and announcements.

Thailand Export Guide www.thailandexportguide.com The site will provide you with a list of exporters.

Thailand News Online Newspapers-Thailand www.onlinenewspapers.com/thailand.htm Links to many of Thailand’s Newspapers including The Bangkok Post, The Nation and Phuket Gazette.

Tourism Information

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) http://thai.tourismthailand.org Information on tourism policies; TAT offices; accommodation, food, shopping, health & vaccination; travel reservation planner; adventure & activities, festivals and public holiday celebrations.

Thai Government Offices in Canada Royal Thai Consulate General in Vancouver www.thaicongenvancouver.org Information on consular issues, tourism information on Thailand and has a current Thai news update service. Royal Thai Embassy, Ottawa www.thaiembassy.ca General consular, education and tourism information on Thailand. Links to Thai Government departments. Bilateral Relations with Canada.

Explore Thailand www.amazing-thailand.com Everything you need to know about living and traveling in Thailand.

Thai Trade Center, Toronto Email: thaitradetoronto@on.aibn.com or thaitctoronto@depthai.go.th Matching services with Canadian companies; identification of Canadian partners.

Maps of Thailand www.thailandmaps.net Map of Thailand and its provinces.

Thai Trade Center, Vancouver Email: ttcvan@telus.net or thaitcvancouver@depthai.go.th

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Canadian Web Links For a more complete source of links please refer to http://www.tccc.or.th or http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca

General Links Business Gateway www.canadabusiness.ca A single access point to all the government services and information needed to start, run and grow a business in Canada. Links can be found for many topics such as: business start up, tax, statistics, human resources management, importing and exporting and more. Canada International www.canadainternational.gc.ca A comprehensive site about Canada targeted at citizens of other countries. Information on visiting Canada, studying, immigrating and doing business with Canada are all readily available.  Locate a Person or Business in Canada www.canada411.ca

Investing in Canada Canadian Agri-Food Product Suppliers www.agr.gc.ca Databases and directories listing Canadian agri-food suppliers.  Invest in Canada www.investincanada.gc.ca and www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/ica-lic.nsf/ eng/Home Assess investment opportunities in Canada with forms and related information for individuals and companies outside of Canada who wish either to start a business or to acquire an existing one. This can help businesses looking to invest or find partners in Canada.

Canada – Export / Import Canada Border Services Agency www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca Information including useful tools and resources for importing and exporting goods into or out of Canada, documentation requirements, restrictions, international trade agreements, small business as well as information for visitors to Canada, importing goods by mail, and more from the Canada Border Services Agency. Canadian Company Capabilities strategis.ic.gc.ca/sc_coinf/ccc/engdoc/homepage.html Searchable database of over 40,000 Canadian companies,  200,000 products, services, technologies and markets. Canadian Food Inspection Agency www.inspection.gc.ca/english/toce.shtml Information on dedicated to safeguarding food, animals and plants, which enhances the health and well-being of Canada People, environment and economy.

Canadian Importers Database www.strategis.ic.gc.ca Strategis is produced by Industry Canada. It provides business and consumer information. It includes the importers database of companies importing goods into Canada, by product and by city. Canadian Intellectual Property Office www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/icgc.nsf/eng/h_07096.html#ic-subnav-5 Information on patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial design, etc. Customs Tariffs www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/trade-commerce/tariff-tarif/menu-eng.html The most recent customs tariffs; customs legislation and regulations.  Free Trade Agreements from a Canadian Customs’ Perspective www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/icgc.nsf/eng/h_07096.html Requirements, tariff schedules, certificates of origin and general information related to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement. Importing Goods into Canada www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/guide-eng.html A guide to the import process, from reporting and obtaining release of your shipment, to accounting and paying duties and taxes. Income Tax Information for Non-Resident Corporations www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/nnrsdnts/bsnss/crp-eng.html Income tax guide for non-resident corporations who do business in Canada. International Trade Data www.statcan.gc.ca Canadian international merchandise trade database - 8 & 10-digit HS levels. List of Trade Agreements www.international.gc.ca/trade-agreements-accords-commerciaux/ index.aspx?lang=eng Information on Canadian actions, negotiations and agreements related to international trade, including dispute settlement, as well as links to Websites of various international trade organizations and institutions. SourceCan www.sourcecan.com/e/index.cfm? SourceCAN allows companies to search for Canadian goods and services and find potential partners.  Taxes and Tariffs www.fin.gc.ca Information on taxes and tariffs from the of Finance. 

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Useful Webpages The International Business Opportunities Centre www.canadabusiness.ca The International Business Opportunities Centre offers a matching service, connecting buyers with Canadian companies - particularly small and medium-sized enterprises. Trade Data Online www.ic.gc.ca Information on the ability to generate customized reports on Canada’s and U.S. trade in goods with over 200 countries.  Trade Facilitation Office Canada www.tfoc.ca Assistance to companies from developing countries and transition economy countries wishing to export to Canada.

Science and Technology Partners Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/irap/index.html IRAP is a network that stimulates technological innovation in Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises.

Entry requirements Citizenship and Immigration Canada Online www.cic.gc.ca Find out everything you need to know about entry requirements to Canada. For work, study or travel, the CIC website has it all. Entrepreneur/Immigration Inquiry www.investincanada.gc.ca Submit your questions related to immigrating to Canada to establish a small- or medium-sized business. Manual on temporary foreign worker guidelines www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/manuals/fw/index.asp Find out everything you need to know about entry requirements to Canada. For work, study or travel, the CIC website has it all. Working temporarily in Canada www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/index.asp Find out everything you need to know about entry requirements to Canada. For work, study or travel, the CIC website has it all. 

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Canadian News Canadian Broadcasting Corporation www.cbc.ca Canadian’s national news network online.  Online Newspapers - Canada www.onlinenewspapers.com/canada.htm Links to many of Canada’s Newspapers including the Toronto Star, Vancouver Sun and Montreal Gazette.

Tourism Information All the tourist information and detailed maps you need to organize your travel to Canada.  Exchange rate converter www.bankofcanada.ca Explore Canada by province www.canada.travel Maps of Canada atlas.gc.ca Plan your vacation in Canada www.canadatourism.ca


Useful Contacts

Useful Contacts Contacts in Thailand GOVERNMENT & COMMERCIAL OFFICES IN THAILAND THAI-CANADIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 9th Floor, Sethiwan Tower 139 Pan Road, Silom Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2266 6085-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2266 6087 Email: info@tccc.or.th Website: www.tccc.or.th EMBASSY OF CANADA 15th Floor, Abdulrahim Place 990 Rama IV Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2646 4300 Fax: 66 (0) 2646 4336 Email: bngkk-td@international.gc.ca Website: www.international.gc.ca/bangkok HONORARY CONSULATE OF CANADA, CHIANG MAI 151 Super Highway, Tambon Tahsala, Amphur Muang, Chiang Mai 50000 Tel: 66 (53) 850 147, 66 (53) 242 292 Fax: 66 (53) 850 332 Email: cancon@loxinfo.co.th Website: www.canadainternational.gc.ca/thailandthailande/offices-bureaux/consul_chiang-ma.aspx ALIEN’S OCCUPATIONAL CONTROL DIVISION Department of Employment Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare Mitmaitri Road, Dindaeng Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2245 2745, 2245 2306 Fax: 66 (0) 2245 2593 Website: www.doe.go.th BANGKOK METROPOLITAN ADMINISTRATION Bangkok City Hall 1, 173 Dinsor Road Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2221 2141-69 Website: www.bangkok.go.th THE BANK OF THAILAND 273 Samsen Rd., Watsamphraya, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2283 5353 Fax: 66 (0) 2280 0449 Website: www.bot.or.th BOARD OF TRADE OF THAILAND/ THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 150 Rajbopit Road, Pranakhon Bangkok 10200 Tel: 66 (0) 2622 1860-75 Fax: 66 (0)2 225 3372 Email: tcc@thaichamber.org Website: www.thaichamber.org CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT 1 Sunthornkosa Road, Klong Toey Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2667 6000, 2667 7000 Fax: 66 (0) 2667 7767 Website: www.customs.go.th

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 44/100 Nonthaburi 1 Road Bangkrasor, Nonthaburi 11000 Tel: 66 (0) 2528 7600 Hotline: 1570 Website: www.dbd.go.th DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE PROMOTION 44/100 Nonthaburi 1 Road, Bang kra Sor, Nonthaburi 11000 22/77 Rachadapisek Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2513 1909 Fax: 66 (0) 2511 5200 Email: contact@thaitrade.com Website: www.thaitrade.com, www.ditp.go.th DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN TRADE 44/100 Nonthaburi 1 Road Bang Kkra Ssor, Nonthaburi 11000 Tel: 66 (0) 2547 4771-86 Fax: 66 (0) 2547 4791-2 Website: www.dft.go.th EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF THAILAND 1193 Exim Building, 1193 Phaholyothin Road, Samsen Nai, Phayathai Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2271 3700, (0) 2 278 0047, (0) 2 617 2111 Fax: 66 (0) 2271 3204 Email: info@exim.go.th Website: www.exim.go.th FEDERATION OF THAI INDUSTRIES 4th Floor, Zone C Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre 60 New Rachadapisek Road, Klong Ttoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2345 1000 Fax: 66 (0) 2345 1296-99 Email: information@off.fti.or.th Website: www.fti.or.th IMMIGRATION OFFICE BUREAU The Govenment Complex Commemorating His Majesty, B Building, Floor 2 (South Zone) Chaengwattana Road (Soi 7), Laksi, Bangkok 10210 Tel: 66 (0) 2141 9889 Fax: 66 (0) 2143 8228 Website: www.immigration.go.th OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF INVESTMENT 555 Vipavadee Rangsit Road ChatuchakBangkhen, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 25537 8111 Fax: 66 (0) 2553 8222 Email: head@boi.go.th Website: www.boi.go.th THE REVENUE DEPARTMENT 90 Soi Phaholyothin 7, Phaholyothin Road Samsennai, Phayathai Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2617 3000 Fax: 66 (0) 2617 3643 Website: www.rd.go.th

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Useful Contacts

Contacts in Canada THAI GOVERNMENT OFFICES IN CANADA Royal Thai Embassy in Ottawa 180 Island Park Drive Ottawa, Ontario K1Y OA2 Tel: (613) 722-4444 Fax: (613) 722-6624 E-mail: contact@thaiembassy.ca Website: www.thaiembassy.ca

THAI TRADE OFFICES IN CANADA Office of Commercial Affairs, Toronto 31 Gloucester Street Toronto, ONT. M4Y 1L8 Tel: (416) 921-5400 Fax: (416) 921-7545 E-mail: thaitradetoronto@on.aibn.com, toronto.ditp@gmail.com

ROYAL THAI CONSULATE-GENERAL IN EDMONTON Suite 202, 10544, 114 St NW. Edmonton, Alberta T5H 3J7 Tel: (780) 439-3576 Fax: (780) 452-1610 E-mail: rtcgen@gmail.com

THAI TRADE CENTER OFFICE IN VANCOUVER Ste. 1009 - 1166 Alberni Street Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3Z3 Tel: (604) 687-6400 Fax: (604) 683-6775 E-mail: ttcvan@telus.net

ROYAL THAI CONSULATE GENERAL IN MONTREAL 1155 boul Rene-Levesque Ouest, Suite 2500, 25th Floor,, Montreal, Quebec H3B 2K4 Tel: (514) 878-4466 Fax: (514) 878-2446 E-mail: info@thaiconmtl.com ROYAL THAI CONSULATE GENERAL IN TORONTO 17 Isabella St., Unit#100 Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1M7 Tel: (416) 850-0110 (416) 850-0110 Fax: (416) 850-1431 Website: www.thaiconsulatetoronto.com ROYAL THAI CONSULATE GENERAL IN VANCOUVER 1040 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R9 Tel. (604) 687-1143 Fax (604) 687-4434 Email: info@thaicongenvancouver.org Website: www.thaicongenvancouver.org

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CANADIAN TRADE OFFICES IN CANADA FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE CANADA 125 Sussex Drive Ottawa, ON, Canada K1A 0G2 Tel: (613) 944-4000 Fax: (613) 996-9709 Website: www.international.gc.ca TRADE FACILITATION OFFICE, CANADA 130 Slater Street Suite 1025 Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA K1P 6E2 Telephone: (613) 233 3925 Fax: (613) 233 7860 Email: info@tfocanada.ca Website: www.tfoc.ca


Canadian Chambers of Commerce

Canadian Chambers of Commerce IN CANADA

Province Chamber of Commerce

Ottawa

The British Columbia Chamber of Commerce 1201 - 750 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6C 2T8 Tel: 604-683-0700 Fax: 604-683-0416 Email: bccc@bcchamber.org Website: www.bcchamber.org

Headquarters 360 Albert Street Suite 420 Ottawa, ON K1R 7X7 Tel.: (613) 238-4000 Fax: (613) 238-7643 Email: carnetottawa@chamber.ca Website: www.chamber.ca Toronto 55 University Avenue Suite 901 Toronto, ON M5J 2H7 Tel.: (416) 868-6415 Fax: (416) 868-0189 Email: carnettoronto@chamber.ca Website: www.chamber.ca Montreal La Chambre de Commerce du Canada 999 boul. De Maisonneuve ouest, Suite 560 Montreal, Quebec H3A 3L4 Tel.: (514) 866-4334 Fax: (514) 866-7296 Email: carnetmontreal@chamber.ca Website: www.chamber.ca Facebook: Facebook.com/CanadianChamberof Commerce Twitter: @CdnChamberofComm

The Vancouver Board of Trade World Trade Centre Suite 400, 999 Canada Place Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3E1 Tel: 604-681-2111 Fax: 604-681-0437 Email: contactus@boardoftrade.com Website: www.boardoftrade.com Alberta Chamber of Commerce 1808, 10025 - 102A Avenue Edmonton, AB T5J 2Z2 Tel: (780) 425-4180 Fax: (780) 429-1061 Website: http://www.abchamber.ca Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce 325 Main Street PO Box 832 Kentville, NS B4N 4H8 Tel: 902-698-0265 Fax: 902-678-7420 Email: contact@apcc.ca Website: http://www.apcc.ca Ontario Chamber of Commerce 180 Dundas Street West Suite 1500 Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Z8 Tel: (416) 482-5222 Fax: (416) 482-5879 Email: info@occ.on.ca Website: http://occ.ca/ Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ) 555 René-Lévesque blvd. West, Suite 1100 Montréal QC H2Z 1B1 Telephone : (514) 844-9571 Fax : (514) 844-0226 Toll free: 1 800 361-5019 Website: www.fccq.ca

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Canadian Chambers of Commerce IN ASIA Canadian Australian Chamber of Commerce Level 57, MLC Centre, 19-29 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Tel: (0)61 2 9238 2109, Email: admin@cacc.com.au Website: www.cacc.com.au Canada – China Business Council Shanghai Office Unit 10A43, 10F, Shanghai Mart No. 2299 Yan’an Road (West) Shanghai, 200336, P.R.China Tel: (86 21) 6236 6370/71/72 Fax: (86 21) 6236 6369 Email: ccbcsh@ccbc.com.cn Website: www.ccbc.com Canada-China Business Council Beijing Office Suite 11A16, Tower A, Hanwei Plaza No. 7 Guanghau Road, Chaoyang District Beijing, 100004, P.R. China Tel: (86 10) 8526 1820/21/22 Fax: (86 10) 6512 6125 Email: ccbcbj@ccbc.com.cn Website: www.ccbc.com Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong Suite 1301 Kinwick Center 32 Hollywood Road Central, Hong Kong Tel: (852) 2110 8700 Fax: (852) 2110 8701 Email: evan_wilcox@cancham.org. Website: www.cancham.org Indonesia Canada Chamber of Commerce c/o Canada Centre, World Trade Centre 5, 15th Floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 29, Jakarta 12920 Tel. +62 21 527 7890 Fax. +62 21 527 7891 Email: wely.kustono@iccc.or.id Website: www.iccc.or.id Facebook: Indonesia Canada Chamber of Commerce Twitter: @ID_ICCC Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan Parkside Sepia 7F, 3-13-10 Nishi-Azabu Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0031, Japan Tel: +81 3 5775 9500 Fax:+81 3 5775 9507 Email: admin@cccj.or.jp Website: www.cccj.or.jp Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (CanCham Korea) 21F, Seoul Finance Center, 136, Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul, 04520, Korea Tel: +82 2 554 0245/6 Fax: +82 2 554 0854 Email: info@canchamkorea.org Website: www.canchamkorea.org

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Malaysia Canada Business Council 29-5 Jalan PJS 5/30 Pusat Dagangan Petaling Jaya Selatan (PJCC) 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Tel: +603 7785 0799 Fax: +603 7785 0399 Email: mcbc@malaysia-canada.com Website: www.malaysia-canada.com Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines National Office Unit 1406 Antel Corporate Centre 121 Valero Street, Salcedo Village Makati City 1200, Philippines Tel: +632 843 6457/843 6466/843 6471 Fax: +632 843 6469 Email: info@cancham.com.ph Website: www.cancham.com.ph Cebu Office Unit 1104 Insular Life Cebu Business Center Mindanao Avenue Cor Biiran Road, Cebu Business Park Cebu City, 6000, Philippines Tel: (63 32) 266 7377 Email: cebu@cancham.com.ph Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore 7 Jurong West Street 41, Singapore 649414 Tel: (65) 6790 8632 Fax: (65) 6346 5049 Email: eventmanager@cancham.org.sg Website: www.cancham.org.sg The Canadian Society in Taiwan 11F-5, No. 91. Huayi Street Taipei, Taiwan 103 Email: info@cancham.tw Website: www.cancham.tw Thai-Canadian chamber of Commerce 139 Pan Road, 9th Floor, Sethiwan Tower Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand Tel: 662-266-6085-6 Fax: 662-266-6087 Email: info@tccc.or.th Website: www.tccc.or.th Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam Suite 305, New World Hotel Saigon, 76 Le Lai St., District 1, HCMCViet Nam Tel: +84 (8) 3824-3754 Fax: +84 (8) 3827-4267 Email: hcmc@canchamvietnam.org Website: http://www.canchamvietnam.org


Foreign Chambers of Commerce

Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 7th Floor, GPF Witthayu Tower A 93/1 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2254 1041 Fax: 66 (0) 2251 1605 Email: service@amchamthailand.com Website: www.amchamthailand.com AUSTRALIAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 20th Floor, Unit 203 Thai CC Tower 889 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2210 0216 Fax: 66 (0) 2675 6696 Email: office@austchamthailand.com Website: www.austchamthailand.com BELGIAN-LUXEMBOURG-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 36/31 PS Tower, 11th Floor, Sukhumvit 21 Road Klongtoey-Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (0) 2 664 2944 Email: info@beluthai.org Website: www.beluthai.org BRITISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THAILAND 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road, Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2651 5350-3 Fax: 66 (0) 2651 5354 Email: greg@bccthai.com Website: www.bccthai.com CanCHAM THAILAND 139 Pan Road, Sethiwan Tower 9th floor, Bangkok 10500 Tel: +66(0) 2266-6085-6 Fax: +66(0) 2266-6087 Email: info@tccc.or.th Website: www.tccc.or.th DANISH-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 34 CP Building 3, 9th Floor Tower A, Phayathai Road, Thungphayathai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2354 5220 Fax: 66 (0) 2354 5221 Email: contact@dancham.or.th Website: www.dancham.or.th FRANCO-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 5th Floor, Kian Gwan House III Building 152 Wireless Road, Lumpini Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2650 9613-4 Fax: 66 (0) 2650 9739 Email: contact@francothaicc.com Website: www.francothaicc.com

GERMAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 25th Floor, Empire Tower 3 1 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2670 0600 Fax: 66 (0) 2670 0601 Email: info@gtcc.org Website: www.thailand.ahk.de INDIA-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE No. 13 Sathorn Soi 1 Thungmahamek, Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2287 3001 Fax: 66 (0) 2679 7720 Email: info@itcc.or.th Website: www.itcc.or.th IRISH THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 47/7 Evanston, Soi Promprak, Sukhumvit 49/6, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand www.irishthaicc.com JAPANESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BANGKOK 19F CRC Tower All Seasons Place 87/2 Wireless Road Kwang Lumpini Khet Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2250 0700 Fax: 66 (0) 2250 0705 Email: info@jcc.or.th Website: www.jcc.or.th JOINT FOREIGN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE IN THAILAND (JFCCT) 1035/22 3rd Floor Soi Pridi Bhanomyong 41 Sukhumvit 71 Road North Klongton, Wattana Bangkok 10110 Email: secretary@jfcct.org Website: www.jfcct.org KOREAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 6th Floor Rajapark Bldg. 163 Asoke-Sukhumvit 21 Road. Klong Toey, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2204 2503 Fax: 66 (0) 2204 2504 Email: ktcc@korchamthai.com Website: www.korchamthai.com NETHERLANDS-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 15 Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Road Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2309 5250 Email: info@ntccthailand.org Website: www.ntccthailand.org

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Foreign Chambers of Commerce NEW ZEALAND-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 12AF, ITF Silom Palace Buildingr, 160/190-191 Silom Road, Suriyawongse Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2634 3283 Fax: 66 (0) 2634 3004 Email: nztcc@loxinfo.co.th Website: www.nztcc.org POLISH-THAI BUSINESS CLUB C/o Martex Industries (Thailand) Ltd. 31 Soi Naphasap Yaek 1, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey, Bankkok 10110 Tel : 66 (0) 261 8795 Fax : 66 (0) 260 1818 Email: eaglemon@truemail.co.th SINGAPORE-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1st Floor, Lake Rajada Office Complex 193/8 Rachadapisek Road, Klongtoey Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66(0) 2264-0680-4 Fax: 66(0) 2264-0688 Email: marketing@singaporethaicc.or.th Website: www.singaporethaicc.or.th SOUTH AFRICAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 75/56 Ocean Tower 2, 26F Soi Sukhumvit 19, Sukhumvit Rd, Klongtoey-Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2665 2534 Fax: 66 (0) 2665 2998 Email: satcc@satcc.info Website: www.satcc.info

THAI-ISRAEL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 14th Floor, Manorom Building, 3354/45 Rama IV Road, Klongtoey Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2672 7020 Fax: 66 (0) 2672 7021 Email: ticc@thaisraelcc.com Website: www.thaisraelcc.com THAI-ITALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 16th Floor Room 1601 B, 1126/2 Vanit II Bldg. New Petchburi Road, Makkasan Rajthevi, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2255 8695 Fax: 66 (0) 2253 9896 Email: info@thaitch.org Website: www.thaitch.org THAI-NORWEGIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 14th Fl., Mahatun Plaza 888/142 Ploenchit Road Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2650 8444 Fax: 66 (0) 2627 3042 Email: contact@norcham.com Website: www.norcham.com THAI-PAKISTAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 16th Floor Unit J, Ocean General Insurance Place 163 Surawongse Road Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2634 0147-8 Fax: 66 (0) 2634 0149 Email: info@thai-pakistanchamber.com

SWISS-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Unit 1802, 18th Floor #29, Sukhumvit 63 Road Klongtan Nua, Wattana Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2714 4177-8 Fax: 66 (0) 2 714 4179 Email: secretary@swissthai.com Website: www.swissthai.com

THAI-RUSSIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 14th Floor, Loxley Building 102 Na Ranong Road, Klongtoey Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2348 8873 Fax: 66 (0) 2240 3307 Email : admin@trcc.or.th Website: www.trcc.or.th

THAI-CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 9F, Thai CC Tower 889 South Sathorn Road, Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2675 8577-84 Fax: 66 (0) 2212 3916-7 Email: info@thaicc.org Website: www.thaicc.org

THAI-SWEDISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 34 C.P Tower 3, 9th Floor Tower A, Phyathai Rd, Ratchathewi Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2354 5229-31 Fax: 66 (0) 2354 5232 Email: contact@swecham.com Website: www.swecham.com

THAI-FINNISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Forum Tower 184/3 – 5th Floor Ratchadapisek Road, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand Tel: (0) 91 757 0351 Email: tfcc@thaifin.or.th Website: http://thaifin.or.th THAI-HONG KONG TRADE ASSOCIATION Sathorn Square, 9th Fl., 98 North Sathorn Road, Silom Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2343 9000 Fax: 66 (0) 2343 9029 Email: thai-hongkong@thta.or.th Website: www.thta.or.th

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THAI-TAIWAN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION No. 30/207, Soi 39, Sukhumvit Road, Klongton-nua, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2662 7335-6 Fax: 66 (0) 2662 7382 Email: ttba@ttba.or.th Website: www.ttba.or.th


Embassies

Foreign Embassies in Thailand THE AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY 37 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2344 6300 Fax: 66 (0) 2344 6593

THE EMBASSY OF INDIA 46 Prasarnmitr, Sukhumvit Soi 23, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2258 0300-5 Fax: 66 (0) 2258 4627

THE EMBASSY OF BELGIUM Sathorn Square Building - 16th floor Sathorn Square, 98 North Sathorn Road Silom, Bangrak Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2108 1800 Fax: 66 (0) 2108 1807

THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA 600-602 Phetchaburi Road, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2252 3135-40 Fax: 66 (0) 2255 1267

BRITISH EMBASSY 14 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Patumwan, Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2305 8333 Fax: 66 (0) 2255 9278 THE EMBASSY OF BRUNEI DARUSSALAM No. 12, Soi Ekamai 2,63 Sukhumvit Road, Prakhong Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2714 7395 Fax: 66 (0) 2714 7383 THE ROYAL EMBASSY OF CAMBODIA 518 / 4 Pracha Uthit Rd.( Soi Ramkamhaeng 39 )Wangtonglang, Bangkok 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 2957 5851 Fax: 66 (0) 2957 5850 THE EMBASSY OF CANADA 15th Floor, Abdulrahim Place, 990 Rama 4 Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2646 4300 Fax: 66 (0) 2646 4336 THE EMBASSY OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA 57 Ratchadapisek Road, Dindang, Bangkok 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 2245 7044 Fax: 66 (0) 2246 8247 THE EMBASSY OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC 71/6 Ruam Rudee Soi 2, Ploenchit Road, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2250 9223-4 Fax: 66 (0) 2250 9225 THE EMBASSY OF DENMARK 10 Soi Sathorn 1 (Soi Attakarn Prasit), South Sathorn Road, Yannawa Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2343 1100 Fax: 66 (0) 2213 1752 DELEGATION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION 19th Floor, Kian Gwan House 2,19 th floor, 140/1 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2305 2600-2700 Fax: 66 (0) 2255 9113 THE FRENCH EMBASSY 35 Soi Charoen Krung 36 (Soi Rong Phasi Kao), Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2657 5100 Fax: 66 (0) 2657 5111 THE EMBASSY OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY 9 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2287 9000 Fax: 66 (0) 2287 1776

THE EMBASSY OF ISRAEL 25th Floor, Ocean Tower 2, 75 Sukhumvit Soi 19, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2204 9200 Fax: 66 (0) 2204 9239 THE EMBASSY OF ITALY CRC Tower, All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Phatumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2285 4090 Fax: 66 (0) 2250 4985 THE EMBASSY OF JAPAN 177 Witthayu Road, Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2207-8500, 66 (0) 2696-3000 THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA 23 Thiam-Ruammit Road, Ratchadapisek, Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10320 Tel: 66 (0) 2247 7537 Fax: 66 (0) 2247 7535 THE EMBASSY OF THE LAO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 502/502/1-3 Soi Sahakarnpramoon, Pracha-Uthit Road Wangthonglang, Bangkok 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 2539 6667-8 Fax: 66 (0) 2539 3827 THE EMBASSY OF MALAYSIA 35 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2629 6800 Fax: 66 (0) 2679 2208 THE EMBASSY OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR 132 North Sathorn Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2234 4698 Fax: 66 (0) 2236 6898 THE ROYAL NEPALESE EMBASSY 189 Soi 71, Sukhumvit Road, Prakhanong, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2391 7240 Fax: 66 (0) 22381 2406 THE EMBASSY OF THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS 15 Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2309 5200 Fax: 66 (0) 2309 5205 THE NEW ZEALAND EMBASSY 14th Floor, M Thai Tower, All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2254 2530 Fax: 66 (0) 2253 9045, 66 (0) 2253 0249 THE ROYAL NORWEGIAN EMBASSY 18th Floor, UBC II Building, 591 Soi Sukhumvit Soi 33, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2204 6500 Fax: 66 (0) 2262 0218

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Embassies

THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 760 Sukhumvit Road corner of Soi Philippines (30/1) Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2259 0139-40 Fax: 66 (0) 2259 2809 THE EMBASSY OF PORTUGAL 26 Bush Lane, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2234 2123 Fax: 66 (0) 2238 4275 THE EMBASSY OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION 78 Sap Road, Surawongse, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2234 9824 Fax: 66 (0) 2237 8488 THE ROYAL EMBASSY OF SAUDI ARABIA 23rd & 24th Floor, Seng Thong Thani Building, 28 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2639 2999 Fax: 66 (0) 2639 2950 EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE 129 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2286 2111 Fax: 66 (0) 2287 2578 THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA 12th A, M Thai Tower, All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2659 2900 Fax: 66 (0) 2250 1064 EMBASSY OF THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF SRI LANKA 13th Floor, Ocean Tower II, 75/6-7 Soi 19 Sukhumvit, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2261 1938 Fax: 66 (0) 2261 1936 THE EMBASSY OF SWEDEN 20th Floor, First Pacific Place, 140 Sukhumvit Road (Between Soi 4 and Soi 6) Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2263 7200 Fax: 66 (0) 2263 7260 THE EMBASSY OF SWITZERLAND 35 North Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2674 6900 Fax: 66 (0) 2674 6901 EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 120-122 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2205 4000 EMBASSY OF THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM 83/1 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2251 5836-8 Fax: 66 (0) 2251 7201

Thai Embassies in Southeast Asia CAMBODIA: Royal Thai Embassy No. 196 Preah Narodom Boulevard Sangkat Tonle Bassac Khan Chamcar Mon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Tel: (855) 023 726 306-8 Fax: (855) 023 726 306 Email: thaipnp@mfa.go.th Website: www.thaiembassy.org/phnompenh INDONESIA: Royal Thai Embassy JI. DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung kav. No. 3.3 (Lot 8.8), Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta, 12950 Tel: (62-21) 390-4052 Fax: (62-21) 310-7469, 319-1411 Email: thaijkt@biz.net.id Website: http://www.thaiembassy.org/jakarta/en/home LAOS: Royal Thai Embassy Kaysone Phomvihane Avenue Xaysettha District, Vientiane, Laos Tel: (856 21) 214581–2 Fax: (856 21) 214580 Email: thaivte@mfa.go.th Website: www.thaiembassy.org/vientiane MALAYSIA: Royal Thai Embassy 206 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: (60-3) 2148-8222 Fax: (60-3) 2148-6527 Email: thaikula@mfa.go.th MYANMAR: Royal Thai Embassy No. 94, Pyay Road Dagon Township, Yangon, Myanmar Tel: (951) 226 721, (951) 226 728 Fax: (951) 221 713 Email: vtdepthai@laoskytelecom.com PHILIPPINES: Royal Thai Embassy 107 Thailand (Rada) Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City, Metro Manila, The Philippines Tel: (632) 815-4219-20 Fax: (632) 815-4221 Email: infomnl@pldtdsl.net Website: www.thaiembassymnl.ph SINGAPORE: Royal Thai Embassy 370 Orchard Road Singapore 238870 Tel: (65) 6737 2475, 6737 2476 Fax: (65) 6732 0778 Email: thaisgp@singnet.com.sg Website: www.thaiembassy.sg VIETNAM: Royal Thai Embassy 63-65 Hoang Dieu St. Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam Tel: (844) 382 35092-4 Fax: (844) 382 35088 Email: thaiemhn@netnam.org.vn, thaihan1@fgt.vn Website: www.thaiembassy.org/hanoi

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Great Reasons to join CANCHAM Thailand CANCHAM Thailand membership offers you and your organization many benefits, including • Access to the insight, knowledge and experiences of the Chamber, its Board and Advisory Committee, and their extensive network of resources • Introductions and referrals with the local business community and government bureaucracies • Updates on new government policies, legislation and studies that are relevant to conducting business in Thailand • Access to business briefings on issues ranging from digital marketing, social media, HR, IT security, entrepreneurial, workshop and other industry specific topics • Opportunities to speak on key topics at Chamber briefing sessions • Opportunities to expand your network and grow your business exposure opportunities with the support of Chamber events • Trade mission opportunities in conjunction with the Chamber and our partners in ASEAN and/or the Canadian Embassy • Access to a broad range of government departments through CANCHAM Thailand’s strong and respected voice with the Thai government and the Board of Trade • Acceptance into a business community that endorses growth and diversity • Access to unique and time-tested CSR programs, which can be adopted by your company or shared with other businesses • Inclusion in CANCHAM Thailand’s annual Resource and Member Directory as well as access to the Chamber’s website • Opportunities to contribute opinion pieces to the Chamber’s Voyageur Magazine • A diverse membership • Corporate marketing and publicity opportunities • Highly active Chamber with 35+ business and social events annually • Value-priced event entries and sponsorship fees • Approachable and friendly Executive Board Members MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES Corporate: For companies wanting to become a member of CANCHAM Thailand. A corporate membership entitles your business to three representatives. Affiliate Corporate (Off Shore): For companies or individuals not based in Bangkok, or Thailand. Individual: For persons who would like to be represented as an individual rather than by a company name. Thai-Canadian Alumni: Thais who have graduated from any Canadian education institution and are now living and working in Thailand. Membership is for the individual and not for a business or legal entity. Young Professional: Individual memberships for business people under the age of 35.


Canadian Chambers of Commerce

CANCHAM Thailand Membership Categories 2015-2016 Young Professional and Thai - Canadian Alumni

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Inclusion in CANCHAM Thailand Annual Resource & Member Directory highlighting each member along with reference material and contact information

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Community service initiatives focused on offering business support

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4,500 Baht

7,800 Baht

11,000 Baht

16,000 Baht


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AD ASIA Consulting Co., Ltd. 9/252, UM Tower, 25th Floor, B1, Ramkhamhaeng Road, Suanluang Suanluang, Bangkok 10250 Thailand Tel: +66 2 719 9746 Fax: +66 2 719 9747 Email: info@adasiaconsulting.com Website: www.adasiaconsulting.com

AIR PEOPLE INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD. 14th Fl., Charn Issara Tower II 2922/215 New Petchburi Rd., Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310 Tel: 02 -718-1839 - 40 Fax: 02- 718 - 2089

Representatives: Andrea Dolcemascolo, Managing Director & CEO Michel H.L. Mathelot, Associate Partner Janne Takala, Sales & Marketing Director Suwitchaya Pisanswanya, Marketing Manager

Representatives: Charin Nukornavarat, Chairman Charunya Nukornavarat, Managing Director Piyaporn Nukornnavarat, Executive Director

Background: AD ASIA Consulting Company Limited is part of the AD ASIA Group Limited; Hong Kong based company, relating to advisory and consultancy services, specialty for Interior, Architect, Construction, and Real Estate Investment Sector. AD ASIA Consulting offers full range of construction services. Our strategic management has direct control by affiliate companies; AD ASIA Manufacturers (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and AD ASIA Construction Co., Ltd. which has a strong reputation in manufacturing high quality furniture and construction industry, In addition to providing management and services for construction, we also provide specialty advisory and consultancy services at a strategic level with in-depth assessment of real estate investment and construction values as well as their operational and performance capabilities. Products and Services: • Construction Management • Construction Advisory & Consultancy • Interior / Architect / Engineering • Project Management • Real Estate & Property

Background: Air People International (API) was established in 1983. The Company has been acting as a General Sale Agent (GSA) for Czech Airlines since 1989 and has continued its GSA business expansion through representation of other airlines for both cargo & passenger services and land operators. The Company is capable of developing markets and assisting represented airlines with ground handling and obtaining Department of Civil Aviation permission for seasonal and charter flights. The company maintains a solid working relationship with Thai Airways for time slots, plus works with AOT, Aero Thai and other ground handling agents to minimize ground operation costs for represented Airlines. Our experienced staff is very efficient in representing airlines in the areas of sales & service and promoting airline destinations in the local market. We have an extensive sales network which offers representation in all major markets including sub agents, corporate and leisure. API also promotes airline products & services via its offline and online communication channels. Currently Air People International is the General Sale Agent of AIR CANADA, TransAsia Airways, Sale Representative of Transaero Airlines, Sale Representative of Soyuz Intour K (Land operator in Russia) and Vietcharm (Land operator in Vietnam) . Products and Services: • Airline Representation: - GSA for Air Canada - GSA for Transasia Airways and V-Air. - PSA for Transaero Airlines • Cargo Consolidation Agents • Cargo Airlines Operator, Scheduled and Non-Scheduled • Tour Sales Promotion to/from Czech Republic, Russia and East Europe, Vietnam and Indochina.

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Corporate Members

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Allied Pickfords - Thailand Head Office 50/808 Moo 3 Soi La Salle 34 Sukhumvit 105, Bangna, Bangkok Tel: +66 (0) 2361 3961 Email: info@alliedpickfordsthailand.com Website: www.alliedpickfordsthailand.com

AMP SOLAR GROUP 55A Port Street East, Port Credit, ON, L5G 4P3 Tel: 1-905-271-7800 Fax: 1-905-271-7801 Email: sschaefer@ampsolargroup.com

Representatives: Neil Chiu, General Manager Michael Ellis, Managing Director Background: • Allied’s global network brand consists of “Allied Pickfords” for Asia and the Middle East; “Allied International” for USA and Canada, and “TEAM Allied” for Europe. • In Canada, Allied International holds the contract for the Canadian Department of National Defense. • Founded in the UK almost 400 years ago, Allied Pickfords is amongst the oldest of moving brands. Now comprising over 800 wholly-owned and franchisee operations in key business markets in over 50 countries, the Allied Group truly brings global moving to our customers- to provide experienced professionals, working to one service charter, at both ends of your move. • Allied Pickfords Thailand has been certified ISO 9001/2008 since June 2006 by Lloyd’s Register Quality. • The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) has rewarded Allied International as the 2015 International Moving Company of the Year.

Representatives: Dave Rogers, CEO Steve Schaefer, VP Business Development Background: AMP Solar Group is an industry-leading solar developer who offers extraordinary expertise in renewable energy project development, M&A, finance, trading, and risk and construction management. The company has a proven track record of over 400 MW of projects either built or under construction, and is actively developing installations in a number of global markets. Products and Services: • Rooftop and ground-mount solar development • Construction management Contact Person: Steve Schaefer, VP Business Development

Business Activity: Transportation & Logistics Products and Services: • International Packing and Moving: Door-to-Door worldwide • Storage: conventional & air-conditioned, short & long term • Ancillary Services: handyman, pet & vehicle shipping • Domestic Moving • Office Moves • Relocation & Orientation services Ownership: 100% Thai owned

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Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel Rajadamri Hotel Public Company Limited (Head Office) 155 Rajadamri Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 02-126 8866 Fax: 02-651 8040 Email: siam@anantara.com Website: siam-bangkok.anantara.com

Representatives: Titiya Chooto, General Manager, Email: titiya_ch@anantara.com Pipat Patthananusorn, Director of Sales & Marketing Email: pipat_pa@anantara.com Background: Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is the first Anantara flagship in Bangkok, Thailand. Owned by the Minor Hotel Group since its days as Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, the property is now managed by the group after rebranding in March 2015. Minor Hotel Group also currently manages over 120 luxury and exotic hotels and resorts in 19 countries. Company Profile The 354-room Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel (formerly Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok) has refurbished 40% of our rooms to enhance guest experience in keeping with its reputation of the efficient and hospitable Anantara service encompassing tasteful Thai décor and architecture. We are also offering a unique service of a complimentary “Handy” smartphone with 3G and internet including unlimited local and International calls to 10 countries. Guests can enjoy our award-winning dining outlets as well as the convenience of our prime location strategically positioned in the heart of the city. Other facilities include the exclusive 24-hour Kasara Lounge; the 24-hour Health Club, the Anantara Spa, a large outdoor swimming pool; and a selection of elegant boutiques in the Parichart Court. The seven dining options at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel are regarded as unparalleled venues for entertaining. Guests can choose from the contemporary Italian Biscotti, the interactive Shintaro Sushi Bar, Madison the American steakhouse, and the Spice Market for authentic Thai food. The Lobby, with its grand columns and high ceiling adorned with exquisite Thai silk wall and ceiling panels, is the perfect place to rendezvous or enjoy an afternoon tea. Aqua offers an outdoor escape for the best martinis in Bangkok. The famous bakery shop, Mocha & Muffins, features an impressive selection of home-made pastries and confectioneries. Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel is the city’s most popular location for small to mid-sized functions, weddings, meetings and celebrations. The Ballroom accommodates 300 for lunch or dinner and up to 1,000 for elegant cocktail receptions. There are four multipurpose function rooms in the lower level of Montathip Court and four new additional function rooms on the upper level, as well as Pimarnman Court on the mezzanine level which accommodates 250 people for cocktails.

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Artinian Co., Ltd. 41/18-20 Silom Soi 19, Silom Road, Silom Sub District, Bangrak Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: +66 2 234 7565 Email: arto@artinian.net Website: www.artinian.net

Representative: Arto Artinian, President & CEO Background: Artinian is a Fine Jewellery House renowned for creating high-end diamond jewellery using exceptional gemstones and diamonds. Artinian Fine Jewellery bridges a second generation jewelers’ expertise of sourcing fine gemstones with a personalized and attentive service to cater for tailor made high end jewellery creations, integrating traditional skills, expertise and fine craftsmanship with unparalleled customer service. Products and Services: Fine Jewellery Bespoke Commissions Bridals & Solitaires


Corporate Members A

ASIAN TIGERS MOBILITY 3388/9, 74-77 Sirinrat Building 3RD B, 21ST Floor Rama IV Road, Klongton, Klong Toey Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66 2 687 7888 Fax: +66 2 687 7999 Email: outbound@asiantigers-thailand.com inbound@asiantigers-thailand.com Website: www.asiantigers-mobility.com www.homeconnect.asia

AWARE CORPORATION LTD.

Representatives: Paul Ware, General Manager Smith Sriporamanont, International Relocation Sales Executive

Representatives: Steven Prussky, Managing Director Sonchai Chartbunchachai, International Key Accounts Manager Sureeporn Srisuriyachai, Sales and Operations Director

Background: Asian Tigers Mobility Thailand was established as Transpo International Ltd. and incorporated in 1973. The company has grown to become one of the most prominent household goods moving companies in Asia and is one of 30 offices in 14 countries/territories specialising in the movement of expatriates personal effects and household goods. “Home Connect” (www.homeconnect.asia) the companies home search division, are expert at finding apartments, condominiums and houses for existing or prospective clients. Full relocation, immigration and orientation services can be tailored for corporate clients through Asian Tigers Mobility (www.asiantigersmobility.com). The company has also diversified to specialise in forwarding of cargo by air and sea, customs brokering, and exhibitions and is a majority partner with Brinks (Thailand) Ltd., a joint venture with Brinks Inc. the largest security company in the USA. Asian Tigers Mobility operates in Thailand with more than 250 full time experienced personnel, from a number of strategically placed warehouse/office locations. It operates its own fleet of specialised trucks and vehicles. Asian Tigers Mobility supports most of the major international corporations, embassies and organisations in Thailand, is a fully accredited member of OMNI (www.omnimoving.com) & FIDI (www. fidi.org) the moving industry’s main trade organisations.

25/1 Moo 2, T. Pabong A. Sarapee, Chiang Mai 50140 Tel: +66 53 263 350 Fax: +66 53 249 854 Email: info@aware.co.th Website: www.aware.co.th

Background: Aware is a leading technology solutions provider focused on helping businesses increase their operational efficiencies. Aware achieves this by helping clients’ breakdown technology barriers, and optimize business results. Products and Services: o Business Intelligence Consulting o Custom Software Development o Managed Services o Mobile Application Development o Outsourced IT staffing o Systems Integration o Testing Services Bangkok address 408/106, 24th floor, Phaholyothin Place Phaholyothin Rd., Phayathai Bangkok 10400 Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2619 0226

Products and Services: Packing and delivery of household and personal effects for the expatriate community with shipment by sea or air to/ from all destinations worldwide. High technology and export cargo, complete clearance and delivery service, local and international residential and office moving, storage, pets shipment, complete air freight forwarding and clearance services, specialized logistics services (www.airdispatch. com), customs broker, home search and immigration services. Business Activities • Removalist / Relocation Services • Storage / Warehousing • Transportation Services Member since 1977

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Aziam Burson-Marsteller Co., Ltd. 16th Floor, Alma Link Building 25 Soi Chidlom, Ploenchit Road, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2252 9871 Fax: 66 (0) 2254 8353 Email: steve.vincent@abm.co.th Website: www.bm.com

Representatives: Steve Vincent, Managing Director Suvimol Decharkom, Executive Director James Best, Communications Director Background: Aziam Burson-Marsteller (ABM), a leading global public relations and communications consultancy, has been active in Thailand since 1986. In 1998, ABM became a majority Thai-owned affiliate of Burson-Marsteller. We focus on delivering real-world results to Canadian companies active in the Thai market through a full range of consulting and communications disciplines. ABM provides strategic, professional communications to a broad base of leading multinational and Thai clients. ABM builds upon the solid foundation of the globally-recognised Burson-Marsteller brand, reputation and resources. We are tightly integrated into the firm’s worldwide network. ABM’s team of communications professionals delivers client value through their considerable knowledge, insights, experience and networks of contacts in Thailand. At ABM, we combine global best practices with a deep understanding of the Thai market to deliver superior results. We serve a blue-chip client list from the consumer, information technology, healthcare, telecommunications, financial, manufacturing, automotive, transportation, service and energy sectors. Products and Services: ABM offers a wide range of marketing, business and corporate communications consulting services, ranging from strategic analysis through to complete program implementation. Our services include media relations; digital PR and social media engagement; brand building and consumer activations; issue management; crisis communications; internal and change management communications; communications training; and corporate social responsibility programs.

Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited 333 Silom Road, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 1333 (within Thailand) or + 66 (0) 2645-5555 Email: info@bangkokbank.com Website: www.bangkokbank.com

Representatives: Kanoksak Mokkamakkul, Executive Vice President Tel : 02-230-1047, Email: kanoksak.mok@bbl.co.th Bussakorn Pao-in, Executive Vice President Tel: +66(0)2353-5051 Email: bussakorn.pao@bbl.co.th Background: Bangkok Bank is Thailand’s leading bank and one of the largest banks in Southeast Asia. It has Thailand’s largest customer base of approximately 17 million accounts, a nationwide network of over 1000 branches, and is the market leader in corporate and SME banking. The bank’s self-service network includes ATMs, CDMs, internet and mobile banking services, all available in English and Thai, and real-time internet banking services for business clients such as cash management, trade and custodial services. Corporate banking services include project finance, treasury and investment banking. Expatriate customers also enjoy dedicated banking services - further information can be obtained via: info@ bangkokbank.com Bangkok Bank is Thailand’s only truly international bank, with subsidiaries and branches in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, United Kingdom and the United States. The bank has particular expertise in connecting companies with business interests across Southeast Asia and China. Senior Management: Chairman of the Board of Directors: Chatri Sophonpanich Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors: Kosit Panpiemras Vice Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors: Deja Tulananda President: Chartsiri Sophonpanich Senior Executive Vice-Presidents: Suvarn Thansathit, Chansak Fuangfu, Boonsong Bunyasaranand, Chong Toh, and Suteera Sripaibulya

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Bangkok Hospital 2 Soi Soonvijai 7, New Petchburi Road Bangkok 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 2310 3100 Hotline: 1719 Fax: 66 (0) 2310 3105 Email: info@bangkokhospital.com Website: www.bangkokhospital.com

The Bank of Nova Scotia 27th Floor, Unit 2705, Sathorn Square Tower 98 North Sathorn Road Silom, Bangrak Bangkok 10500 Tel: 02-108-0197, 02-108-0198 Fax: 02-108-0199

Representatives: Judy Mitchell, 3rd Party International Marketing Manager Claus Padkaer, Head of Department – Expat

Representatives: Gary Gorton, Chief Representative Email: gary.gorton@scotiabank.com Jaismarn Silachew, Executive Assistant

Background: Bangkok Hospital is one of the most technologically sophisticated hospitals in the world today. Founded in 1972, Bangkok Hospital has gradually expanded into a state-of-the-art medical campus providing comprehensive care through multidisciplinary teams of highly trained specialists. With dedicated hospitals for cancer and heart disease, as well as a broad range of specialized clinics, we are a leading tertiary care facility providing award-winning, world-class healthcare services. Setting new standards in patient-focused care, we believe that the personalized attention of our doctors, nurses and staff is essential to providing the highest quality care. Bangkok Hospital is accredited by Joint Commission International, a US-based organization widely seen as the gold standard for toplevel healthcare service providers worldwide. Products and Services: Our medical services include over 60 centers and clinics, with dedicated hospitals for cardiology and cancer treatment. In addition to this, we provide a full range of concierge services for our patients, which include limousine transfer to and from any destination in Bangkok, accommodation arrangements for international visitors, visa extension services, and even tours for patients’ families. Bangkok Hospital also provides medical evacuation services via a fleet of ground and air transport services. Bangkok Hospital is dedicated to maintaining the highest internationally accepted standards of medical practice by delivering quality patient care to each visitor. Our paramount objective is our patients’ complete satisfaction.

Background: Scotiabank is a leading multinational financial services provider and Canada’s most international bank. Since welcoming our first customers in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1832, Scotiabank has continued to expand its global reach. Today, through our team of more than 83,000 employees, Scotiabank and its affiliates offer a broad range of products and services, including personal, commercial, corporate and investment banking, to some 21 million customers in more than 55 countries around the world. In addition to a Representative Office in Thailand, Scotiabank is proud to have a strong presence in Thailand through our 49% owned affiliate Thanachart Bank. With the acquisition of Siam City Bank, Thanachart Bank is now the 5th largest bank in Thailand with over 16,000 staff serving almost 4 million customers through 630 branches and 2,100 ATMs across the country. Thanachart Bank is a fully diversified financial services group providing market leading services including multicurrency loans and deposits, cash management, trade finance, investment banking, credit cards and personal loans, securities brokerage, wealth management and insurance to personal and business clients throughout Thailand.

Company of the Year 2006

Company of the Year 2008

CSR Leader Award 2010 Innovation Award 2004

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Berkeley International School 123 Bangna Trad Road Bangna, Bangkok 10260 Thailand Tel: +66 0 747 4788 Email: info@berkeley.ac.th Website: www.berkeley.ac.th

BNH HOSPITAL 9/1 Convent Road Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: +66 (0) 2 686 2700 Fax: +66 (0) 2 632 0579 Email: info@bnh.co.th Website: www.BNHhospital.com

Representatives: Lisa Johnson, Headmaster Lloyd Wilson, Marketing & Public Relations

Representative: Amélie Poncelet, International Marketing Executive

Background: Founded in 2010, Berkeley is a fully accredited American, collegepreparatory international school in Bangna, Bangkok. Our class sizes, international student body and caring, dedicated teachers make Berkeley stand apart. As a small school, all of our staff take the time to get to know all of the students. Our student body includes 30 different nations and overseas students make up 60% of our student body. We provide an American-based education with an international focus from Pre-K through grade 11 (grade 12 will be added in 2016). Located within the city limits of Bangkok at 123 Bangna-Trad Road, Berkeley is conveniently accessible by car or BTS. Our campus offers spacious air-conditioned classrooms, smart boards, science and computer laboratories, an expansive library, music, art and dance rooms, a first-aid clinic, playing fields, tennis center, gymnasium, theater, and a spacious canteen. In addition, Berkeley provides a full snack and nutritious lunch program with vegetarian, international and Thai meals.

Products and Services: BNH - Hospital with a human touch. Founded in 1898, it can claim to be one of the first established international hospitals in Thailand. Set in a charming, modern facility in the heart of Bangkok, you have access to some of the finest medical professionals in the region. BNH provides a wide variety of treatments across all major fields of medicine. Using state-of-the-art technology and reputable medical practices, they aim to offer the best care within a compassionate and friendly environment. BNH is a tertiary, JCI accredited, hospital with particular focus on orthopedics, with excellence in spine treatments, dental care, cardiology, women’s health and oncology. The hospital’s Emergency Room is open 24/7 with fully equipped ambulance and emergency doctor call-out service. Direct emergency number: 02-632-1000. BNH@All Seasons Clinic, located in the CRC Tower of All Seasons Place, is a satellite clinic providing primary care, health check-ups and travel medicine.

To cater fully for our high international clientele students can sign up for school at any time during the school year. Products and Services: We are all proud to be part of Berkeley International School, for it has key elements that will lead it to become one of the best schools in Bangkok. As a young school, we are able implement cutting-edge programs quickly and easily for our students. Through this, we have established a culture where student learning is the number one priority. Our experienced, well-educated, and outstanding teachers continually work to find the best ways of educating our students. Through this, Berkeley has become an active, engaging center of 21st Century learning. We believe we must go beyond preparing students for the future; we must help them create it.

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Best Professional Services Export Services 2007


Corporate Members B

Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd. 999 Samsen Road, Dusit Bangkok 10300 Tel: 66 (0) 2242 4000 Fax: 66 (0) 2243 1740 Email: vimla@boonrawd.co.th Website: www.boonrawd.co.th

The British Club 189 Surawongse Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 (Access via Silom Soi 18) Tel: 66 (0) 2234 0247 Fax: 66 (0) 2235 1560 Email: info@britishclubbangkok.org Website: www.britishclubbangkok.org

Representatives: Santi Bhirombhakdi, President Vudha Bhirombhakdi, Vice Chairman

Representatives: Premrudee Tanyaluck, General Manager Thanyaphon Worapan, Membership Manager

Products and Services: Producing Singha Beer, Leo Beer, Thai Beer, Singha 70 Beer, Isan Beer, Singha Light Beer, Asahi Beer, Singha Soda Water and Singha Drinking Water and B-ing (Lifestyle Functional Drink) and N-Joy Snack.

Background: The Club was founded in 1903 as a businessmen’s club for gentlemen of British descent but has developed over the past century to be the social, sports & cultural centre for the Englishspeaking community in Bangkok. Our present Clubhouse was opened in 1910 and we received our clubhouse land as a gift from H.M. The King of Siam in 1914. Membership is upon being proposed and seconded by two full members in good standing and after interview and election by the General Committee. Canadians may join as Annual or Ordinary members, the latter with full voting rights. In all we have just over 1,110 memberships. Both Gentlemen and Ladies may become members. Products and Services: Often called ‘an oasis in the heart of Bangkok’, the Club has a compact range of sports and dining facilities on its 1.4 Hectare site – with a Pub, three restaurants, a cocktail bar and a court side café, and on-site tennis courts, squash courts, a fitness centre, cricket nets, a Pétanque court, adult and children’s swimming pools, an all-weather sports court and a children’s playground. Conference and function facilities are available. The Club organizes hundreds of events each year for members: wine tastings, quiz nights, fun fairs, Gourmet dinners and lots more. Affiliates: The Club has reciprocal arrangements with over 340 clubs in 53 countries worldwide, including 25 such clubs across eight Canadian Provinces. Members may use these clubs when travelling aboard. Ownership: The Club is owned by its Ordinary Membership made up of Australians, British, Canadian and New Zealander citizens.

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British Columbia International School 606 Kallaprapruek Rd, Bangwa Phasicharoen Bangkok 10160 Tel: 02-802-1188, 02-802-2550 Fax: 02-802-2551, 02-802-1055#0 Email: Heidifowler@bcisb.org, Admissions@bcisb.org Website: www.bcisb.net

Bumrungrad Hospital Public Company Limited 33 Sukhumvit 3 (Soi Nana Nua) Sukhumvit Road Bangkok, Klongteoy Nua Wattana 10110 Thailand Tel: +66 2 667 1000, +66 2 667 1555 Fax: +66 2 667 2525 Email: info@bumrungrad.com Website: www.bumrungrad.com/

Representatives: Pattra Visavotho, Director Dr. Raymond Lemoine, Principal Heidi Fowler, Vice Principal

Representatives: Sudi Narasimhan, Corporate Director of Marketing & Business Development Roland Hohmann, Manager

Background: British Columbia International School Bangkok is the only international school offering the sought after B.C. curriculum in Thailand. As a part of the B.C. Global Education Program and the only Canadian school in the country, we are committed to providing an authentic learning experience.

Background: Bumrungrad International is an accredited, multi-specialty hospital located in the heart of Bangkok. Founded in 1980, it serves more international patients than any other hospital in Southeast Asia. Bumrungrad has 580 beds, 30 specialty centers, 1,200 medical specialists (including over 250 with board certification or advanced training in the US, Japan, or Germany), and 900 nurses. Bumrungrad offers modern diagnostic, therapeutic and intensive care facilities in a one-stop medical center.

BCISB was launched on September 3rd, 2007 and offers schooling from Preparation to Grade 12. Diplomas are issued by both the Ministry of Education in British Columbia, Canada and the Ministry of Education in the Kingdom of Thailand, giving students a wide range of options after graduation. We concentrate on creating a wholesome environment where team spirit and interconnectedness are given the highest priority; as a smaller international school we are confident in our ability to achieve this goal. We are a tight knit community and take great pride in our ability to foster strong learning relationships within the school environment. At BCISB we are taking continuous strides to provide a fresh, engaging learning experience for students. With the integration of technology through a Google Chrome book program, extensive music facilities, a comprehensive ELL support system for English learners and several sports activities including the only ice hockey program in Thailand, we have successfully created a collaborative, safe environment in which students may explore their passions and grow into brilliant, head-strong, independent adults. Do contact us at any time to learn more.

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Bumrungrad was the first hospital in Asia to undergo rigorous review and accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI), part of the same organization that accredits American hospitals. It was first accredited in 2002, and re-accredited in 2005, 2008, 2011 and 2014. It is also the only hospital in Thailand with an internationallycertified lab (ISO 15189). Bumrungrad serves a million patients annually. About 520,000 are international patients from over 190 countries. English is widely spoken and over 150 interpreters are available in Amharic, Arabic, Bahasa, Bengali, Burmese, Cambodian, French, German, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Mongolian, Vietnamese, and Japanese. The hospital has a medical coordination office staffed by doctors and nurses who serve the special needs of multinational patients. Products and Services: Health / Hygiene Products & Services


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C CEA Project Logistics (Cranes and Equipment Asia Co., Ltd.) 41/13 Moo 1 Ao Udom Road Sriracha, Chonburi 20230 Tel: 038 354 019 Mobile: 0922 537 760 Email: jj@ceaprojects.com Website: www.ceaprojects.com

CHC SOUTH EAST ASIA COMPANY LIMITED

Representative: Jean Jacques Despert, Regional Manager – Bangkok & Central Thailand

Representative: Nico van der Ploeg, Regional Director, - South East Asia

Background: CEA Projects is a heavily asset based Project Management and Project Forwarder located between Laem Chabang and Sri Racha Ports on the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand. The company’s 170,000m2 AQIS Quarantine complaint storage/consolidation facility and location makes their yard a prime piece of real estate for consolidating cargo for Break-Bulk load-outs out of Laem Chabang, Kerry Siam Seaport or Sri Racha Port. CEA Projects focuses on providing Turnkey Solutions to the Oil & Gas, Mining and Heavy Industries by supporting almost any aspect of project implementation. CEA’s core competencies include Heavy-Lift, Specialized Transport (Hydraulics, SPMTs, etc) BreakBulk Shipping on Liner/Semi-Liner and Partial to Full Charter basis, Engineering and Feasibility studies and so on. CEA Projects also handles 3rd party logistics for their Project customers.

123 Suntowers Building B, 21st Floor, Room No. 2102 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road, Chomphon, Chatuchak Bangkok 10900 Tel: +66-(0)2 617 6444 Fax: +66-(0)2 617 6445 Email: nico.vanderploeg@chc.ca Website: www.chc.ca

Background: Headquartered in Vancouver, BC, CHC Helicopter is a global leader in helicopter transportation for the offshore oil and gas industry, operating some 250 aircraft in more than 30 countries around the world. It is also a world leader in the provision of civilian search and rescue services, with current contracts in Australia, UK, Ireland and other locations around the world. CHC is the parent company of Heli-One, one of the world’s largest helicopter maintenance companies. With its headquarters, also in Vancouver, Heli-One provides tip-to-tail maintenance services for a wide range of helicopters at bases around the world. CHC operates aircraft in the South East Asia with main bases in Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines and Brunei. CHC South East Asia also covers business development in Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar. Products and Services: Helicopter Services

Products and Services: Project Logistics Cargo Consolidation Australian DAFF/AQIS Quarantine Storage & Handling Heavy Lift and Transport Specialized Transport Engineering Break-Bulk, RoRo and Containerized Shipping

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C Clarity IT Co., Ltd.

Conrad Bangkok

1049/4 Soi Nai Lert, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330 Tel: 02 655 1140 Fax: 02 655 1139 Email: enquiry@clarity.co.th Website: www.clarity.co.th

All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Road Lumpini, Pathumwan Bangkok 10330 Thailand Tel: +66 2 690 9999 Fax: +66 2 690 9000 Email: bkkci.info@conradhotels.com Website: www.conradhotels.com/bangkok

Representatives: Richard Burnett, CEO Jack Nathan, IT Solutions Manager

Representatives: Herman Ehrlich, General Manager Sunit Rajan, Director of Business Development

Background: Clarity IT is an established and proficient provider of IT Support Services, IT Sales and IT Solutions for businesses in Thailand and across SE Asia.

Background: Conrad Bangkok is part of Conrad Hotels & Resorts, a global contemporary luxury brand within the Hilton Worldwide.

Established since 2003 and with around 30 staff, we are conversant in supporting, servicing and enhancing your IT helping your business to be more efficient through improved system availability as well as making use of current and emerging technologies to improve your business communications, effectiveness and ease. With over 50 years of foreign working experience with organizations of all sizes, we offer a complete range of services and solutions to support companies in using and developing their IT. Feel free to give us a try for a free initial meeting / discussion of your IT requirements. Products and Services: • IT Maintenance, Outsourcing and IT Support • Break-Fix Call Out Services • Hardware and Software sales • Establishing new office (Internet, Phone, Networking, Servers etc.) • Projects for IT implementations and improvement. • IT Audit • IT Consulting • PBX / IP-PBX • Web and Email Hosting

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Conrad hotel is located in the heart of the city’s major commercial center and shopping malls. Conrad Bangkok has been awarded “Best Convention Hotel in Thailand and Asia Pacific” by The International Hotel Awards and also named Country Winner Thailand, “Luxury City Hotel” by World Luxury Hotel Awards. Products and Services: Conrad Bangkok comprises of 391 guest rooms and suites combining the luxury of traditional Thai design with the latest modern technology including Conrad Concierge App that offers personal luxury at your fingertips. The combination of 22 meeting rooms can host up to 1,200 guests, for large-scale business conventions, conferences, space for stylish social events and intimate gatherings. These rooms vary in size and are equipped with high-speed internet, surround sound, videoconferencing and our in-house team always deliver world-class service and offer seamless end-to-end support for our discerning meeting and convention organizers and attendees. Conrad Bangkok offers exquisite dining choices including Chinese at Liu, Japanese at KiSara or an all-day dining at Café@2. Experience relaxation at our luxurious spa and various poolside facilities as fitness center, jogging track, tennis courts and outdoor pool.


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C DELOITTE

DFDL

Rajanakarn Building, 25 th-26th, 28th Fl, 3 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2676 5700 Fax: 66 (0) 2676 5757 Email: info_th@deloitte.com Website: www.deloitte.com

9th Floor, The Dusit Thani Building 946 Rama IV Road, Silom Bangkok, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 2 636 3282 Fax: 66 2 636 3290 Email: thailand@dfdl.com Website: www.dfdl.com

Representatives: Subhasakdi Krishnamra, Managing Partner Dr. Sahanon Tungbenchasirikul, Associate Director

Representatives: Angus Mitchell, Partner and Managing Director Thailand Audray Souche, Partner and Deputy Managing Director Thailand

Background: Deloitte provides audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, tax and related services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. With a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries and territories, Deloitte brings world-class capabilities and high-quality service to clients, delivering the insights they need to address their most complex business challenges. Deloitte’s more than 220,000 professionals are committed to making an impact that matters.

Background: DFDL is a leading international law firm specialized in emerging markets with regional legal, tax and advisory investment expertise developed throughout the Mekong region (Cambodia, the Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam), Bangladesh, and Singapore and a dedicated focus on South and Southeast Asia, and beyond.

Deloitte Thailand is the member firm of Deloitte and is part of Deloitte Southeast Asia. Comprising 270 partners and over 7,000 professionals in 25 office locations, the subsidiaries and affiliates of Deloitte Southeast Asia Ltd combine their technical expertise and deep industry knowledge to deliver consistent high quality services to companies in the region. Deloitte Thailand was founded in 1939, and currently has a team of 40 international and Thai partners and over 950 staff. Deloitte combine technical expertise and industry knowledge to deliver consistent quality services to over 1,200 clients nationwide.

Products and services: With a team of over 140 local and foreign lawyers and advisers in 11 offices in nine countries in Asia, and collaborating firms in Indonesia and the Philippines, we provide personalized and costeffective legal, tax and business consulting services and solutions with particular expertise in: • Banking and Finance • Energy, Mining and Infrastructure • Corporate and M & A • Real Estate and Construction • Taxation

Products and Services: Audit, Business Process Solutions, Consulting, Enterprise Risk, Financial Advisory, Tax & Legal Ownership: Thai

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D Dusit Thani Bangkok 946 Rama IV Road Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: +66 2 200 9000 Fax: +66 2 236 6400 Email: dtbk@dusit.com Website: www.dusit.com/dtbk

Representatives: Sukanya Janchoo, General Manager Sapathip Yaowaphruck, Director of Sales & Marketing Background: Dusit Thani Bangkok is the flagship property of Dusit International, a partner of Preferred Hotel Group. One of the Thai capital’s most luxurious hotels, Dusit Thani Bangkok is an iconic landmark set in the middle of Bangkok’s business district adjacent to MRT Silom and BTS Sala Daeng stations. Blessed with opulent decor and elegant facilities, the luxurious five-star hotel delivers personalised service complemented by a distinctive accent of Thai artistry and graciousness. Products and Services: Deluxe 5-stars hotel offers 517 tastefully decorated guestrooms; Dusit Rooms and suites. Seven fabulous restaurants including 22 Kitchen & Bar, Benjarong, Hamilton’s Steak House, The Mayflower, The Pavilion, Thien Duong and Shogun. Unwind and relax at Lobby Lounge and tropical garden with waterfall at Benjarong Terrace. Stunning convention facilities perfect for any occasion at our Napalai Ballroom with capacity of 1,500 persons, Dusit Thani Hall for 500 persons, and 10 additional meeting rooms offer more choices and flexibility for MICE organizers. Outdoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness centre, golf driving range, and the Devarana Spa for professional beauty, health treatments and Thai massage.

The Early Learning Centre Family of Schools 18 Sukhumvit Soi 49/4, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2381 2919, 66 (0) 2712 5338 Fax: 66 (0) 2391 1334 Email: inquiries@elc-bangkok.com Website: www.elc-bangkok.com

Representative: Jacqueline Alexander-Piazza Background: The Early Learning Centre Family of Schools consists of four centres of excellence for Early Childhood Education. These centres provide programmes serving the international community. Our two toddler centres, The Purple Elephant and Chez Noodles, provide a caring, safe environment for toddlers. The stimulating atmosphere guarantees a wide variety of learning experiences, exploration and discovery. Products and Services: Our philosophy is inspired by the Reggio Approach from Italy. Skill levels are based on the Canadian and British curricula. The children are involved in project work, which encourages discussion, problem solving and cooperative skills. Our six studios are places where our children can explore the concepts they encounter throughout their project work. We seek to develop the potential of each child in small group situations. Daily activities include math, language arts, science, creative arts, computer, imaginative play and construction. As well, the children have classes with specialist teachers in art, ballet, physical education, singing, Off music, and languages. • The Early Learning Centre City School accepts children from three to nine years. • The Early Learning Centre Country School accepts children 18 months to five. • Our two toddler centres, The Purple Elephant and Chez Noodles, accept toddlers from 18 to 36 months of age. • Children leaving any one of our centres are very well prepared for entering an international school in Bangkok, or a school abroad.

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EASTIN GRAND HOTEL SATHORN BANGKOK

The Embassy of Canada

33/1 South Sathorn Road Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 2 210 8140, 66 2 210 8100 Fax: 66 2 210 8155 Email: dosc@eastingrandsathorn.com Website: www.eastingrandsathorn.com

15th Floor, Abdulrahim Place 990 Rama IV Road, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2646 4300 Fax: 66 (0) 2646 4387 Email: bngkk-td@international.gc.ca Website: www.thailand.gc.ca www.tradecommissioner.gc.ca

Representatives: Suwanich Kanjanakunya, Director of Sales and Catering John Westoby, General Manager

Representatives: Yvonne Chin, Counsellor (Commercial) Matthew Kalisz, Second Secretary (Commercial)

Background: Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn is one of the premier hotels in Bangkok’s luxury hotel sector. This deluxe property is centrally located in the Sathorn business district, just minutes from the world famous Chao Praya River and a short drive via the nearby expressway to Suvarnabhumi International Airport. It is unique in being the only hotel in Bangkok with its own direct access to the BTS Sky Train system at Surasak Station literally bringing the city to your doorstep.

Products and Services: The Embassy’s Commercial Section works to promote Canadian economic interests in Thailand, Cambodia, and the Lao PDR. We support the efforts of Canadian companies who have selected our countries of responsibility as a market or supply-chain link for their products, services and technologies, and assist local partners by matching their needs with the appropriate Canadian firms. We also provide support to Canadian companies with existing or prospective investments in these countries, as well as to local firms considering investment in Canada. Let us make the introductions!

All 390 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites are decorated in soft, subtle tones and feature the latest amenities for the comfort of both leisure and business travelers while enjoying stunning views of Bangkok’s imposing skyline.

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Products and Services: 4 star deluxe hotel Other Information: Owned by BTS Assets Co., Ltd.

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EXO TRAVEL

Fabrinet Co., Ltd.

44, North Sathorn Road Smooth Life Tower, 22nd floor Bangrak, Bangkok Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2 633 9060 Fax: +66 (0) 2 633 9070 Email: infobkk@exotravel.com Website: www.exotravel.com

5/6 Moo 6, Soi Khunpra, Phaholyothin Road, Klongnueng, Klongluang, Pathumthani 12120 Thailand Tel: +66 2 524 9600 Email: soonk@fabrinet.co.th Website: www.fabrinet.com

Representative: Hamish Keith, Managing Director, EXO Travel

Representatives: Dr. Soon Kaewchansilp, Managing Director Dr. Phiraphong Atsawasuwan, Sr. Finance Manager Somjintana Lubkim, Human Resource Manager

Background: Asia has been capturing the imagination of visitors for centuries. And for the past 20 years and more, EXO Travel (formerly Exotissimo) has been helping our clients discover exactly why. EXO Travel is one of Asia’s most experienced and pioneering DMC’s. We specialise in leisure, corporate and MICE travel across Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia, Japan, China and our most recent addition, Malaysia. With over 800 team members spanning our 8 destinations, we seek out, refine and deliver a diverse range of experiences for a global audience. We succeed because we are as passionate about our job as we are professional. Our values are rooted in our dedication, determination and unquenchable thirst for adventure. Products and Services: EXO Travel is one of the longest established destination management companies and Tour Operators in Asia and one of the best known. Our commitment to operating with the highest standards of service and professionalism as well as offering and executing unique and seamless travel experiences is the reason why EXO Travel stands above the rest. The travel agency in Bangkok is focused on expat market here in Thailand, individuals and corporate. Indeed, we can also provide business travel solution or incentive trips worldwide.

Background: Fabrinet is a provider of precision optical, electro-mechanical and electronic manufacturing services to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of complex products such as optical communication components, modules and sub-systems. We offer a broad range of advanced optical capabilities across the entire manufacturing process, including process engineering, design for manufacturability, supply chain management, manufacturing, final assembly and test. We focus primarily on low-volume production of a wide variety of products, which we refer to as “low-volume, high-mix.” Our customers include four of the six largest optical communications components companies worldwide in terms of revenue for the twelve months ended September 30, 2009, according to OvumRHK, a market research firm, as well as companies in other similarly complex industries that require advanced precision manufacturing capabilities, such as industrial lasers and sensors. Our customers in these industries support a growing number of end-markets, including voice and data communications, semiconductor processing, biotechnology, metrology, material processing, auto safety and medical devices. Products and Services: Fabrinet, a global engineering and manufacturing services company, provides its customers with the highest quality precision optoelectro-mechanical manufacturing, engineering and supply chain management across a range of industrial sectors that include telecom, data communications, networking, medical and automotive. A vertically integrated solutions provider, Fabrinet also designs and manufactures bulk optical components, including glass and crystal, through its operating subsidiaries, Casix and Vitrocom.

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Flow House Bangkok

FORENSIC TECHNOLOGY AEC (THAILAND) LIMITED

A-Square 120/1, Soi Sukhumvit 26. Sukhumvit Road, Klongton, Klongtoey Bangkok 10110 Thailand. Email: jay@flowhousebangkok.com Website: www.flowhousebangkok.com

Zuellig House, Unit 303, 3rd Floor, 1-7, Silom Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2 636 2898 Fax: 66 (0) 636 2899 Email: info@contactft.com Website: www.forensictechnology.com

Representative: Jay Bunnag, GM and Partner

Representative: Paul Wrensted, Regional Sales and Director, APAC

Background: Flow House Bangkok opened in 2012 with the aim of bringing surfing to the center of Bangkok. The business owners realised there was a gap in the market as local and expat families, sports lovers and thrill seekers had little fresh activities to do in downtown Bangkok.

Background: Forensic Technology Wai Inc. pioneered automated ballistics identification 20 years ago and continues to be a leader in ballistics and firearms identification technologies that promote a safer society.

The centrepiece of Flow House is a FlowRider simulated wave surfing machine imported from the USA, the facility also includes a bar/restaurant, retail and private rooms. Flow House Bangkok is popular with families, board sports lovers, and corporates – it’s a good place to come and hangout with a cool drink and watch people surf!

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Products and Services: Business of services to Fusion Asia Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd in providing technical advices and training in relation to integrated ballistics identification system, under the trade name “Forensic Technology”

Products and Services: Bangkok’s only ‘beach club’ in the middle of the city, Flow House has everything you need to spend a few hours or a whole day relaxing. With both indoor air-conditioned and outdoor areas, services include the FlowRider - all equipment and instruction is provided as part of the ride price, plunge pool, changing rooms with secure lockers and showers, Chang Surf Bar serving international and local food, a FlowGolf screen golf center, RipCurl shop, BikeZone cycle shop, and private rooms. Flow House is particularly popular as a Birthday Party, office party and corporate event location.

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FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON BANGKOK, SUKHUMVIT 15 4 Sukhumvit Soi 15 · Bangkok · Thailand · Tel: (66) (2) 309 3000 In Thailand, call: 001-800-656 822 Fax: (66) (2) 309 3010 Website: www.fourpointsbangkoksukhumvit.com

FOX FLIGHT AIR AMBULANCE/ASIA AIR AMBULANCE

Representatives: Peter Nicholas Lucas, General Manager Duangjai Kaewprajam, Director of Sales and Marketing

Representative: Sudarat Prapairat, RN – Asia Air Ambulance

Background: About Four Points by Sheraton Business, meet pleasure. With nearly 200 Four Points hotels in more than 30 countries, travelers can find the timeless style and comfort they’re looking for with genuine service and everything that matters most, all around the world. From Santiago to Shanghai and Milan to Milwaukee, Four Points hotels can be found in big urban centers, by the airport, near the beach, and in the suburbs. A recent $1 billion invested in renovations, conversions, and newbuild hotels has made the brand stronger than ever. Four Points by Sheraton, like all brands within Starwood’s portfolio, is proud to offer the Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG®) program, the industry’s richest loyalty program. To learn more, visit www.spg.com. Stay connected to Four Points on facebook.com/fourpoints. About Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok, Sukhumvit 15 Strategically located right in the heart of Bangkok, just a few minutes’ walk from Asoke BTS Skytrain Station and Sukhumvit MRT Subway Station, Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok, Sukhumvit 15 boasts great convenience and easy access to all major tourist attractions and countless shopping and dining venues. Harmoniously combining comfort and functionality with fun and stylish décor, the hotel features 268 gorgeously designed guest rooms and suites well-appointed with quality amenities. Enjoy the simple pleasures at one of their restaurants and bars, stay fit and healthy at the 24hour fitness center, or refresh yourself with a dip in their rooftop infinity edge swimming pool.

Asia Air Ambulance 599/59 Ratchadaphisek Road Jatujak, Bangkok 10900/Thailand Tel: +668 9896 9000 Fax: +662 192 1801 Email: operations@asiaairambulance.com Website: www.foxflight.com

Background: Launched in 1996, Fox Flight Air Ambulance is a Canadian air ambulance company providing 24-hour, international emergency medical transport, bed-to-bed stretcher evacuation and onboard patient transfer services on commercial flights. Based in Toronto, Canada, Fox Flight also maintains an office in Bangkok, Thailand operating as Asia Air Ambulance. Fox Flight/Asia Air Ambulance employs a staff of fully licensed and highly experienced physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and paramedics. Each emergency medical transport flight is staffed with two pilots and two medical personnel, and all medical staff, for both emergency medical transport and patient transfer on commercial flights, are chosen for skills and experience that match the specific needs of the patient. The company’s air crew and medical staff members are subject to regular license renewal procedures and participate in company mandated skills training and reviews. Fox Flight/Asia Air Ambulance’s fleet of dedicated, fixed-wing air ambulances consists of specially configured Lear 35A, 35ARX and 36A jets. All jets are equipped with advanced intensive care medical technology, including LifePac 12 defib/pacers, Propac monitors, iMed IV pumps, Impact Eagle 754 ventilators and iStat blood monitoring equipment. The company provides all ongoing maintenance for its fleet through an in-house staff of aviation technicians based at the company’s hangar facilities in Toronto. This allows the company to maintain the highest standards of safety and dependability while providing consistent, on-demand service to its international client base. Fox Flight/Asia Air Ambulance is licensed to operate in multiple jurisdictions around the world and is accredited by the leading standards associations in the air medical industry, including the European Aero-Medical Institute (EURAMI) and the Commission on Accreditation of Aeromedical Transport (CAMTS). The company also maintains aviation Gold Rated status with ARGUS International. Products & Services International emergency medical transport Bed-to-bed stretcher evacuation Onboard patient transfer on commercial flights Ownership: Canadian

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Fraser SuiteS Sukumvit, Bangkok 38/8 Sukhumvit Soi 11, Klong Toey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66 (0)2 207 9300 Fax: +66 (0)2 207 9301 Email: gmsec.sukhumvit@frasershospitality.com Website: bangkok-sukhumvit.frasershospitality.com

Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok 11 Sukhumvit Soi 24, Klong Ton, Klong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand Tel: +66 (0)2 620 6666 Fax: +66 (0)2 620 6699 Email: bkksu.info@hilton.com Website: sukhumvitbangkok.hilton.com

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Representatives: Derrick Gooch, Hotel General Manager Suchada Jirapanitcharoen, Executive Assistant Manager

Representatives: Ian Barrow, General Manager Thomas Glaser, Director of Business Development

Background: Nestled in a landscaped garden in one of Bangkok’s most vibrant areas, Sukhumvit Soi 11, Fraser Suites Sukhumvit, Bangkok is not just a sanctuary for the urban dweller, but one luxury serviced apartment Sukhumvit travellers would appreciate.

Background: Conveniently situated in the heart of the city, Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok provides unparalleled reach to the most popular destinations. Featuring a host of interactive dining venues, stateof-the-art meeting facilities as well as contemporary rooms and modern amenities, this is the perfect base for business and leisure travelers alike.

Products and Services: Extending the much reputed Thai Hospitality in modern city living, we offer 163 luxury serviced residences, from studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom and penthouse suites. Each comes with a contemporary living room, fully-equipped kitchen and expansive ensuite bedroom(s). All our residences are technologically enhanced with complimentary high-speed internet access available in rooms and around the property, 24/7 reception and concierge services, comprehensive high-end entertainment system, offering facilities of a long stay hotel Bangkok visitors would need.

Products and Services: Choose from six room types designed with Guests in mind, including 280 spacious guest rooms and suites with optional Executive floor privileges. At Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok, you can enjoy the ideal space suited to your needs.

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Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom

1 Empire Tower, River Wing East, 29th fl., Unit 2904 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: +66 2 670 1848 Fax: +66 2 670 1848 Email: btrelcat@harveylawcorporation.com Website: www.harveylawcorporation.com

981 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: +66 0 238 4300 Fax: +66 0 238 5289 Email: reservations@holidayinnsilom.com

Representatives: Jean-Francois Harvey, Founder and Managing Director Worldwide Bastien Trelcat, Managing Partner

Representatives: John Kim, General Manager Panadda Pongcharoen, Director of Sales and Marketing

Background: Founded in 1992 by Jean François Harvey, the Montreal based Harvey Law Group (HLG) has maintained a presence throughout Asia, South America, and the Middle East since early beginnings.Today it has evolved into a leading Canadian multinational immigration and business law firm that has developed a worldwide reputation of excellence by providing sophisticated legal representation to businesses and individuals. With offices in Montreal, Hong Kong, Beijing, Ho Chi Minh City along with a regional and international network, HLG has an extensive team that can provide exceptional support to a diverse global clientele.

Background: The IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) owns, manages, leases or franchises, through various subsidiaries, almost 4,700 hotels and more than 688,000 guestrooms in nearly 100 countries and territories around the world. The Group owns a portfolio of well recognised and respected hotel brands including InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites, Hualuxe and Even Hotels.

Products and Services: Commercial Law - Offshore Company Formation - Foreign Direct Investment - Memorandum of Understanding - Confidentiality Agreements - Licensing Agreements - International Employment Contracts - Shareholder Agreements Mobility - Businessmen, VIP & Dependents Programs - Investment & Entrepreneur Programs - Foreign Exchange Law - Estate Planning - Citizenship by Investment - Real Estate Investment - Residency Planning Family Law - Wills & Codicils - Guardianship Agreements - Power of Attorney Instruments - Trust Services - Certified Copies of Documents - Notarization Service

Products and Services: Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom is located on Silom Road in the heart of Bangkok’s commercial, shopping, jewelry and entertainment haven. The hotel is easily accessible to Bangkok’s suburbs, tourist attractions and Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The hotel offers relaxed 684 guest rooms situated in two towers including Premier rooms, Executive Club rooms. All rooms are equipped with minibar, LCD TV, in-room safe, in-room tea/coffee making facility, bathtub, three function massage shower, hair dryer, specially designed sleep enhancing bed, large working table, dataport, broadband internet, voicemail and IDD telephone. In the hotel rooms, you can enjoy crisp white linens and the choice of ‘soft’ or ‘firm’ pillows in addition to signature showers featuring powerful showerheads, curved shower rods and new bath products. A spacious Club Lounge, on 23rd floor, offers breath taking views of the city. Guests staying in the Club Room can enjoy breakfast, complimentary internet access and evening cocktails in the comfort of the Club Lounge or in the outdoor smoking terrace. There are 2 ballrooms, 8 individual function rooms, 3 restaurants, a bar, health club, swimming pool and tennis court. Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom also offers a number of dining options. The Brasserie offering Asian and International favourites in a fresh and contemporary atmosphere. The award-wining Tandoor Restaurant features northern Indian delicacies. The Orchid Lounge provides 24 hour service of light meal and beveage, Hari’s features a modern chic bar with live entertainment and a modern style Bakery corner. 24 hour Room Service is also available. Company ownership: SAYA (Thailand) Ltd.

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Hong Kong Transpack Co., Ltd.

Horton International

59/44 Soi 26 Sukhumvit Road Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2259 0088 (20 lines), 66 (0) 2258 6827 (direct) Fax: 66 (0) 2258 5281, 66 (0) 2260 1825 Email: info@hktranspack.com Website: www.hktranspack.com

21F Abdulrahim Place 990 Rama 4 Road Bangkok 10500 Tel: +66 2 636 2323 Email: woollacott@hortoninternational.com Website: www.hortoninternational.com

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Representatives: Krit Wongsaengarunsri, Managing Director Jaturong Wongsaengarunsri, General Manager Background: Established since 1958, UTS-HONG KONG -TRANSPACK is among the first international movers in Thailand. We are a shareholder and operating agent of “UniGroup-UTS”, one of the world’s largest international removal companies, with 1,500 global service centers in 6 continents (15 countries in Asia, 23 countries in Europe, North-South America, Australia, and Africa). More than 400 of distinguished Fortune-500 companies use our services. UniGroup UTS global headquarters are in USA and Netherlands. UniGroup is the parent company of United Vanline and Mayflower Transit in USA. Please visit our corporate website for more detail: www.uts-international.com Products and Services: Our services include international relocation; packing and shipping of household goods, both by air and sea, door-to-door or doorto-port; general cargo; storage & warehousing; fair & exhibition handling; customs brokerage; and office relocation. We currently employ over 100 full-time experienced staff members and packing crews. Most of them have over ten years experience in removal business. We have fully secure concrete warehouses with a total area over 4,000 square meters, and 20 transporting vehicles in Bangkok and Chiangmai.

Representative: Gary Woollacott, Managing Partner Background: Horton International is a global executive search firm specializing in the recruitment of senior talent across numerous disciplines. Horton International was formed in Thailand in 2003 (originally called Opus) to service the needs of local and multinational companies that seek to recruit high quality people. Excellent human resources are essential for all organizations that are serious about competing in an increasingly difficult business environment, and Horton International specialises in identifying and recruiting senior level business people who will help to lead an organisation to achieve its full potential. Executive search remains the best method of reaching all potential candidates, not just those actively seeking a job. Horton International’s consultants take the time to understand a client’s business so that searches can be tailored to the client’s specific requirements, resulting in the recruitment of the best qualified candidate. Horton International has more than 40 offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Products and Services: We focus on consistent quality delivery of two products: Executive Search and Management Consulting.

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Unit 1303, 12Fl, Skulthai Surawong Tower, 141/12 Surawong Road, Bangkok Thailand Tel: +66 2 237 9828 Fax: +66 2 237 9829 Email: michael.white@imasasia.net Website: www.imas.net

Representatives: Michael White, Regional Director Sunisa Charoenpan, Account Executive Background: Increasing productivity and profitability in retail requires key insights into marketing and operations, including the impacts of traffic, conversion rates, and visitor trends. IMAS provides the data and analytics that accurately monitor all visitor trends and consumer behavior, giving retailers business intelligence about their market potential and optimization. Products and Services: IMAS uses first-class data collection devices and delivers advanced online reporting capabilities through our own Xperio software platform, providing managers with the insight and tools they need to make better decisions.

International Environmental Management Co., Ltd. 15th Floor, 5 Sithivorakit Building, Soi Pipat Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2636 6390-9, 66 (0) 2636 6683-4 Fax: 66 (0) 2236 6276 Email: iem@iem-thai.com Website: www.iem-thai.com

Representative: Ron D. Livingston, President and CEO Background: IEM provides environmental, health, and social management services related to industrial development and has offices in Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. Since its formation in 1992, IEM has worked for the international donor community, the engineering and corporate sectors, industrial firms, and the tourism, hospitality, oil and gas and mining industries. IEM’s success is based on the caliber of its services and staff, and an understanding of the regulatory framework and environmental issues. Products and Services: Environmental impact assessments (EIA) including socio-economic studies, environmental sampling, and public involvement programs; Oil Spill Response service and modeling; GIS, institutional strengthening; environmental engineering, legislation database and management software; environmental audits in support of due diligence and corporate compliance; waste management solutions; monitoring programs; planning and management in fisheries, forestry, wildlife and agriculture. Ownership: Thai 51% Canadian 49%

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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGKOK (ISB)

JVK INTERNATIONAL MOVERS LTD.

39/7 Soi Nichada Thani, Samakee Road Pakkret, Nonthaburi 11120 Tel: 66 (0) 2963 5800 Fax: 66 (0) 2583 5432 Email: register@isb.ac.th Website: www.isb.co.th.

222 Krungthep Kreetha Rd., Huamark, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240, Thailand Tel : +66 2379-4646 Fax: +66 2379-5050 Email: thailand@jvkmovers.com Website: www.jvkmovers.com, www.jwd-group.com

Representatives: Dr. Andrew Davies, Head of School Tony Arnold, Director of Marketing

Representative: Craig Somerville, International Department Manager

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Background: Widely recognized as one of the premier international schools in the world, International School Bangkok (ISB) has been providing quality education to expatriates representing more than 60 countries since 1951.

Background: JVK International Movers Limited was founded in 1979, as a leading Thai-owned and asset-based logistics solution provider. Our core business has always been household removals which covers domestic and international service, that includes personal effects, furniture, pets, and vehicles.

Products and Services: Conveniently located just outside the heart of the city, ISB’s 15-hectare campus is nestled in a beautiful community where children can walk or ride their bicycle to school.

Throughout our network of offices in Asia, Europe and America, plus those of our worldwide partner agents around the world, we are capable of providing quality services of world-class standard anywhere around the globe. You can rest assured that all your belongings will be carefully handled as if they were our own.

ISB serves students from Pre-K to Grade 12 offering a North American curriculum, as well as the full International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program. The facilities include a 750 seat Chevron theatre, an additional 280 seat theatre housed in ISB’s Cultural Centre - the first building in Thailand to have received LEED Gold Certification, electronic whiteboards and laptop computers available in every classroom, 2 libraries, 7 tennis courts, 3 playgrounds, 2 swimming pools, rugby and soccer fields, 5 gymnasiums, a fitness center, 3 baseball fields, dance and drama studios, an international standard running track and more.

World-standard quality: • ISO 9001:2008 certified • FIDI FAIM PLUS accredited international mover • IPPC certified wooden crate manufacturer • C-TPAT certified customs-trade partnership against terrorism JVK is a member of JWD Group Public Company Limited. JWD Group of Companies has 18 subsidiaries and operates warehouses and yards covering a total storage space of approximately 800,000 sqm. The Group currently employs 1,300 staff and has branch offices in 32 countries. Our fully integrated logistics solutions cover all types of warehousing and services as follow: • Integrated logistics & supply chain management • International & local moving services • Records & information management • Transport & fleet management • Automotive yard management • Cold storage & Free-zone cold storage warehouse • Chemical & dangerous goods warehouse • Property development & management • IT solutions for logistics & transport Product and Services: • Household removals • Office removals • Factory removals • Exhibition removals • Fine-arts removals • Self-storage warehouse Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory

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KANIT ENGINEERING CORP., LTD.

KIMBERLY HOLDINGS CORPORATION

800/3-4 Asoke Dindaeng Road, Dindaeng District Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel: +66 0 2642 8762 – 4, +66 0 2642 9209 – 11 Fax: +66 0 2248 3006 Email: admin@kanitengineering.com Website: www.kanitengineering.com

22 Sukhumvit 33, Klongton Nue,Wattana Bangkok 10110 Tel: 02-260-3033 Website: www.thebistro33.com

Representative: Thira Jaturonrusami, Managing Director

Representatives: Barry Shea, Chairman Regan Shea, Director of Customer Relations

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Background: Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd., with more than 36 years of experience in the field of industrial applications, is the leading supplier of process controls and instruments for oil and gas, refinery, petrochemical, chemical, power, energy and related industrials in Thailand. The mainly focus of company is to provide highly reliable engineering products and quality services to meet individual customers specifications and requirements. Each unit of the supplied instrument and equipment is designed, manufactured and tested by its world-class manufacturer which is certified by international bodies. Products’ quality, safety and their performance reliability are the key concerns. Products and Services: - Clark Reliance: Level Gauge, Sight Flow Indicator - Drexelbrook: Level Measurement Technology - Farris Engineering: Safety Relief Valve - Fisher Controls: Control Valve, Pressure Regulators - Konan Electric: Solenoid Valve, Pneumatic cylinders & actuators - Lewa: Metering Pumps, Process Diaphragm Pumps - Oliver Valves: Ball Valve, Needle Valves, Instrument Valves - Tescom: High Pressure Regulators - United Electric Controls (UE): Pressure and Temperature Switch - Virgo Valves: Ball Valves, Butterfly Valves, Cryogenic Ball Valve - Voith Turbo: Variable Speed Drive, Variable Speed Coupling, Torque Converter - Worcester Controls: Chemical Ball Valve, Cryogenic Ball Valve - Services: Repair and Maintenance of Control Valves, Safety Relief Valve and any related field of process instruments. - Training and Educational Services: Product Training, Engineering Fundamental Course services.

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Background: Kimberly Holdings owns and manages 2 great restaurants on Sukhumvit soi 33, Tenderloins Sports Bar & Steakhouse and Bistro 33. Both offer a wide selection of international cuisine. Tenderloins is renowned for its wide range of premium imported steaks and it’s coverage of all international sports with a heavy focus on Rugby, Cricket and golf. It’s a great meeting point day or night with parking available for our customers. Bistro 33 is one of Bangkok’s best event venues in a beautiful garden setting with a outdoor pizza oven, BBQ Grills and Buffet settings. Private function rooms can handle 60 people while the total venue can handle 400. We excel in outside catering mainly to sporting events, business lunches and private homes proving a full range od food and beverages at very affordable prices.


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KIS International School

Kluaynamthai Hospital

999/124 Kesinee Ville, Pracha-Utit Road Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10320 THAILAND Tel: (+662) 274-3444 Ext 4116, Fax: (+662) 274-3452 Email: linda@kis.ac.th, Website: www.kis.ac.th FB: kisinternationalschool Twitter: @KISbangkok

80 Soi Sangchan-Rubie Prakanong Subdistrict Klongtoey District Bangkok Tel: 662-769-2000 Fax: 662-381-2769 Email: walairat_thkbc@hotmail.com, sranyoo@kluaynamthai.com Website: www.kluaynamthai.com

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Representatives: Linda Belonje, Director of Marketing and Development June van den Bos, Primary School Principal Background: KIS International School is an International Baccalaureate World School established in 1998, offering the IB Primary Years Programme, the IB Middle Years Programme and the IB Diploma. Our caring school community comprises around 550 students and 42 different countries. KIS provides an academically challenging education, and its medium size allows students to grow in confidence and be respected as individuals. Products and Services: KIS International School is an International Baccalaureate World School established in 1998, offering the IB Primary Years Programme, the IB Middle Years Programme and the IB Diploma. Our caring school community comprises around 570 students and 42 different countries. KIS provides an academically challenging education, and its medium size allows students to grow in confidence and be respected as individuals. KIS International School is committed to providing children with a balanced education: capturing their curiosity, focusing their energies, and guiding their social and intellectual development. KIS offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programs to all students aged 2½ -18 years. The IB programs are learner-centered and inquiry-based emphasizing a dynamic combination of content, skills, independent critical thought and international understanding. The programs also incorporate performing and visual arts, sports, additional languages and are supported by an extensive co-curricular program at both primary and secondary levels, offering a broad range of activities in and away from school.

Representative: Sranyoo Chanate, Vice President Background: Kluaynamthai Hospital is a 200 bed private hospital established on March 30,1973. The main business focuses on healthcare, providing a specialist team of doctors in all major fields. We also provide a geriatic care service for elderly people and their families. We are committed to serving people and society from all walks of life, with an expertise in elderly care. Another part of our main business is Nurses Aid training; Kluaynamthai General Hospital is well known for its excellence in this field and is the best in its class. Products and Services: At present, Kluaynamthai Hospital offers treatment for general disease and illness provided by a team of experts and specialists in all fields. Our medical service and facilities include: • Checkup Center • Dental Clinic • Dermatology and Beauty Clinic • Ear Nose Throat, Emergency Department, Ophthalmology Department, Pediatric Department, Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy, Surgery and Orthopedic Surgery • Women’s Health Center (Obs and Gynecology) Numbers of Employees: 1,000 Total Revenue: 700

The spacious, well equipped campus provides a nice and quiet green environment within a gated housing estate, yet it is close to the heart of the city near Asoke-Ratchadapisek and Ekamai roads. At KIS we stand by our name, “Knowledge, Inspiration, Spirit”. Our teachers guide our students to new areas of Knowledge and ways of seeing the world; our philosophy of collaboration and cooperation is a source of Inspiration for our students. The warm community Spirit is shared by students, teachers and parents alike, creating a team that takes action and works together.

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KPMG PHOOMCHAI GROUP Head Office 50th-51st Floor, Empire Tower 1 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 2677 2000 Fax: 66 (0) 2677 2222

Loxley Public Company Ltd. 102 Na Ranong Road Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2348-8000 Fax: 66 (0) 2240 3286 Email: jingjai@loxley.co.th, bab@loxley.co.th Website: www.loxley.co.th

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Representatives: Douglas Webb, Executive Director, Advisory Sean Severn, Executive Director, Head of Markets and International Practice, Thailand, Myanmar & Laos

Representatives: Dr. Jingjai Hanchanlash, Director, International Business Group Wansit Chatikavanij, Manager, Office of the President (International Business Group)

Background: KPMG in Thailand provides a full range of Audit, Tax and Advisory services to multinational and local clients. KPMG understands the challenges and priorities of doing business in Thailand.

Products and Services: Trading in industry machinery, chemical and technologically advanced equipment, including telecommunications, information technology, consumer goods, chemical products, infrastructure, services and construction.

The aim of KPMG International member firms is to turn knowledge into value for the benefit of their clients, people and the capital markets. With over 162,000 people worldwide, member firms provide Audit, Tax and Advisory services in 156 countries. KPMG Phoomchai and its predecessor firms date back to the late 1950s and the firm has contributed significantly to Thailand’s development over the last 50 years. We provide sound and valuable business advice to help our clients manage their business risks, grow and succeed in Thailand’s competitive business arena. KPMG in Thailand has a wealth of local knowledge and expertise delivered by a team of over 1,400 professionals and staff, enhanced by international knowledge and leadership in technical and industry matters via our global network. This valuable resource enables our professionals to deliver informed and timely advice that helps businesses achieve sustainable and superior business performance and effectively communicate to our stakeholders. Products and Services: Audit, tax, and advisory services. Ownership: Thai 100%

Best Professional Services 2008

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Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd. 700/708, Moo.1, Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate T. Panthong, A. Panthong, Chonburi 20160 Thailand Tel: +6638079992, +6638079993 Fax: +6638447233 Email: jestewart@cosma.com Website: www.magna.com

Major Cineplex Public Company Limited 5th Floor 991 Siam Paragon, Rama I Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2129 4635 Fax: 66 (0) 2129 4633 Email: jim@majorcineplex.com

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Representatives: John E Stewart, General Manager Prapha Silalai, Marketing and Communications Manager Background: Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd. is a subsidiary of Magna publicly listed company based in Aurora, Ontario, Canada, is the most diversified automotive supplier in the world, designs, develops and manufactures automotive systems, assemblies, modules and components, and engineers and assembles complete vehicles, primarily for sale to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of cars and light trucks in North America, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa.

Representative: Jim Patterson, Director of Business Development Background: Major Cineplex, the largest theatre chain in Thailand with over 600 screens Products and Services: Cinema, Bowling, Ice Skating Corporate Sponsorships & Promotions

Products and Services: Products: Bumpers, Rocker Reinforcements, Body Stampings/ Assemblies Capabilities: Roll Forming, Sweep Technology, Hydraulic Bending, MIG, Spot, Projection and Seam Welding, Ultra High Strength Steel, Flexible Welding Cells

Company of the Year 2010

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Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok 48 Oriental Avenue Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: +66-2-659-9000 Email: mobkk-enquiry@mohg.com Website: www.mandarinoriental.com/bangkok/

MANULIFE INSURANCE (THAILAND) PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED 364/30 Manulife Place, Sri Ayudhaya Road, Rajthevi, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2246 7650 Fax: 66 (0) 2248 5391 Website: www.manulife.co.th

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Representatives: Amanda Hyndman, General Manager Marcus Bauder, Hotel Manager Robert O’Kennedy, Director of Sales & Marketing Background: Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, situated by the Chao Phraya River, was established in 1876 and is a well-known, historical city landmark. It has the highest staff ratio of any Bangkok hotel with approximately 3.4 staff members per room. From 1981 to the present day, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok has been ranked amongst the finest hotels in the world and has received numerous prestigious awards. Products and Services: Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok operates grand deluxe hotel offering 374 rooms, including suites; conference and banqueting facilities; The Oriental Spa which blends East and West in a unique approach to mental and physical well-being; the famous Thai Cooking School and Thai Culture Programme, Sanook Sanook Kid’s Club and Shuttle boat service to and from Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok offers eight distinctive restaurants and our legendary Bamboo Bar. The choice of cuisine ranges from the International Barbecue Buffet at The Riverside Terrace, delicious seafood at Lord Jim’s, classic Thai feasts at Sala Rim Naam, The China House for modern interpretation of Chinese Cuisine and world acclaimed fine French cuisine at Le Normandie Restaurant. Ciao, brand new Italian restaurant serves classic Italian cuisine with a contemporary twist.

Best Hospitality Award 2011

Representatives: Indren S. Naidoo, Regional Chief Executive Officer for Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia (Acting President & Chief Executive Officer of Manulife Insurance (Thailand) PCL.) Tor Indhavivadhana, Chief Executive Officer Manulife Asset Management (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Background: Manulife: Manulife is a leading Canada-based financial services group with principal operations in Asia, Canada and the United States. Clients look to Manulife for strong, reliable, trustworthy and forward-thinking solutions for their most significant financial decisions. Operating as Manulife in Canada and Asia, and primarily through John Hancock in the United States, we offer a diverse range of financial protection and wealth management products and services through an extensive network of employees, agents and distribution partners. Celebrating 128 years of service, Manulife’s size and scale translate into a substantial capital base, a diversified operating platform and ample resources to fund growth opportunities – all factors indicative of our financial strength. As at December 31, 2014, our market capitalization was US$35.6 billion (C$41.3 billion), making Manulife one of the largest life insurance companies in the world. Asset under management and Administration by Manulife Financial and its subsidiaries were US$ 708 billion (C$883 billion) (as at June 30, 2015). Manulife in Thailand: Manulife’s presence in Thailand was completed in April 2004, headquartered in Bangkok. The company has 8 branches in major provinces to provide service to over 40,000 Thai customers nationwide. To broaden our professional financial services in Thailand, Manulife Thailand set up an Asset management services company in 2007 called “Manulife Asset Management (Thailand) Co., Ltd.” which focuses on the financial market by providing the mutual fund business for financial institutions and individuals. Manulife Thailand has also received the Prime Minister’s Insurance Awards for Outstanding Management Development and Outstanding Management, as well as CANCHAM Thailand’s Business Excellence Award for Best Professional Services. Products and Services: Our comprehensive range of financial protection and wealth management products and services cover a broad range of needs, including: Life Protection, Retirement Planning, Savings and Investment, Education Planning, Income Protection, Health and Medical, Group life and Medical for employees, and Mutual Funds and Investment Linked. We leverage Manulife’s global strength and expertise to meet the needs of all Thais.

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Mazars (Thailand) Ltd. 12th Floor, Empire Tower 1 South Sathorn Road Bangkok Thailand 10120 Tel: +66 2 670 1100 Fax: +66 2 670 1101 Email: info@mazars.co.th Website: www.mazars.co.th

MBMG Investment Advisory Co., Ltd. 75/56 Ocean Tower 2, 26th Fl., Soi Sukhumvit 19(Wattana), Klongtoey Nua, Wattana Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: +66 0 26652534 Fax: +66 0 26652996 Email: info@mbmg-investment.com Website: www.mbmg-investment.com

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Representative: Rob Hurenkamp, Managing Partner Background: Mazars in Thailand is a leading audit, accounting, legal, tax and advisory practice, combining the benefits of an integrated global partnership with the entrepreneurial drive of the senior advisors. It has enjoyed strong growth and has achieved a top 10 position in its market as well as No. 1 position in the accounting outsourcing area. Mazars currently employs over 150 professional staff in Bangkok, divided between two operating entities, Mazars (Thailand) Ltd. and Mazars Ltd. and provides accounting, audit, tax, legal and business advisory services to international clients and locally registered owner managed businesses. A key feature of the practice is the multinational composition of its advisors, with British, French, Thai, Dutch, Japanese and Australian nationals among its senior advisors. The group has a direct presence in 73 countries and draws on the expertise of more than 15,000 professionals to assist companies major international groups, SMEs and entrepreneurs. Products and Services: - Accounting and Payroll Outsourcing - Audit and Due Diligence Services - Taxation Advisory Services - Legal and Company Secretarial Services - Business Advisory Services

Representatives: Paul Gambles, Managing Director Haidee Cadelina, Marketing Manager Background: MBMG Investment Advisory (MBMG IA) is licensed by The Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand to provide a wide range of fee-based global advisory services built on a foundation of outstanding and experienced leadership in every practice. We provide sound and impartial advice to assist private, corporate and institutional clients in protecting and growing their hard-earned wealth. We offer investment advice tailored to every client’s individual objectives. Products and Services: Financial and Investment Planning Investment Funds Retirement schemes Currency Markets Trusts, Wills & Foundations Insurance Tax Planning

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Minor Hotel Group 17th Floor Berli Jucker House, 99 Soi Rubia, Sukhumvit 42 Rd Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: +66 2 365 7500 Fax: +662 365 7797 Email: suwikhun_wa@minornet.com

MSNA LTD. 65/62 Chamnan Phenjati Business Center Building, 6th Floor, Rama 9 Road Huaykwang, Bangkok 10320 Tel: +66 2 643 2403, +66 2 643 2124 Email: info@msna.biz Website: msna.biz/

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Representatives: Michael Marshall, Chief Commercial Officer Meg Evans, Regional Director of Sales SE Asia Background: Minor Hotel Group (MHG) is a hotel owner, operator and investor, currently with a portfolio of more than 130 hotels, resorts and serviced suites in operation under the Anantara, AVANI, Elewana, Oaks, PER AQUUM, Tivoli, Four Seasons, Marriott, St. Regis and Minor International brands. Today MHG operates in 22 countries across Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, the Indian Ocean and South America. Products and Services: Hospitality Affiliates: Anantara, AVANI, Elewana, Oaks, PER AQUUM, Tivoli, Four Seasons, Marriott, St. Regis and Minor International brands.

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Representative: Natasha Stewart, Director Background: MSNA group of companies are Thai accountants and lawyers who have been servicing the international business community in Bangkok, Thailand since 1996. We have been the accountant of CANCHAM Thailand and AMCHAM for years. Products and Services: Accounting, tax, audit, payroll, Company registration, BOI consulting Work permit Staff outsourcing US tax preparation


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NATEE INTERNATIONAL LAW OFFICE LIMITED 4th Floor, The Peninsula Plaza, No. 153 Ratchadamri Road, Lumpini Sub-district, Pathumwan District, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2255-6575 (5 lines) Fax: 66 (0) 2253-6994 Email: nilo@ksc.th.com Website: www.nateelaw.com

NIST International School 36 Sukhumvit Soi 15 Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66 02 651 2065 Fax: +66 02 253 3800 Email: nist@nist.ac.th Website: www.nist.ac.th

N Representative: Asst. Prof. Natee Thongdee, Managing Director MB: 66 (0) 87-007-7529

Representatives: James MacDonald, Head of School Supranee Taecharungroj, Director of Development Jared Kuruzovich, Communications Manager

Products and Services: Natee International Law Office Ltd. (“NILO”) renders legal services in the areas of foreign direct investment, corporations, BoI applications, employment, immigration, taxation, international trade, bankruptcy, merger and acquisition, real estate, trademarks, arbitration and litigation. Our strong litigation and arbitration team is well-versed in business restructuring under the New Bankruptcy Act, disputes on international trade, loans, shareholders’ agreement, constructions, and other commercial matters.

Background: As the first and only full, not-for-profit IB World School in Thailand, NIST International School offers a world-class education to students from the early years to high school levels. Established in 1992 with the guidance and support of the United Nations, the school now welcomes over 1,500 students of over 50 nationalities. Conveniently located in Bangkok’s foremost business, diplomatic, residential and shopping district, NIST provides all three International Baccalaureate programmes: the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP), designed for children from 3 to 12 years of age; the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP), designed for children from 11 to 16 years of age; and IB Diploma Programme, designed for students from 16 to 18 years of age. NIST is governed by the Foundation for International Education and was the first school in Thailand to receive triple accreditation through the Council of International Schools (CIS), New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (ONESQA).

The company has been a member of the chamber since its establishment and was honoured with one of the “2012 CANCHAM Thailand Excellence Awards” as Best Thai Partner. It is Natee who processed an application and supporting documents with the competent registrar for registration of CANCHAM Thailand. Ownership: 100% of shares are held by Thai people.

NIST represents the future of education through its stellar academic achievements; engaged, community-driven culture; forward-looking philosophy; and expansive resources. With its graduates attending the best universities in the world and going on to become leaders in their communities, NIST International School has become recognized as one of Asia’s leading learning institutions. Products and Services: Recognized worldwide for its progressive approach and international scope, the IB programmes provide students with critical 21st century skills that align to the demands of the modern workplace. The academic structure emphasizes exploration, risk-taking and trans-disciplinary learning. As part of the IB curriculum, all students are required to take part in community service activities that encourage participants to understand and empathize with others, and take an active role in solving local, national and global issues. As of 2014, NIST has also partnered with a small number of other top international schools around the globe to offers the Global Citizen Diploma, a supplementary component that assesses graduates’ leadership, service and community engagement. In addition to its rigorous academics, NIST provides students with other numerous learning opportunities through its World Languages Programme and more than 200 extra-curricular activity options. As one of the founding members of the Southeast Asia Student Activity Conference (SEASAC), the NIST Falcons compete against their peers from other top schools in Southeast Asia, as well as students around the globe. NIST has also committed itself to IT excellence and innovation. The school offers students the use of MacBook Air computers, iPads, a completely wireless campus, SMART Boards, FrontRow classroom amplification system, and LCD-equipped classrooms. Technology, rather than being taught only as a separate subject, is woven into all aspects of the curriculum. Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory

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PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd. 28th Fl., Sathorn Square Office Tower, 98 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak Bangkok 10500 Tel: +66 2 108 1591 Fax: +66 2 108 1599 Email: info@pkfthailand.asia Website: www.pkfthailand.asia

Premier Tech Chronos Ltd. 93 Moo 9, Bangna-Trad KM. 19 Rd., Bangchalong, Bangplee, Samutprakarn 10540 Tel: +662-740-5001 Fax: +662-312-6836 Email: info-as@premiertech.com Website: www.ptchronos.com

P Representatives: John Casella, Managing Partner John Sim, Chairman Background: PKF in Thailand is an international audit, accountancy, tax, corporate legal and corporate business advisory firm, which specializes in providing you with a full range of integrated services. Through our separate business units, we serve public and private clients in various industries, regardless of turnover size. PKF in Thailand is an independent member firm of PKF International, the world’s 10th largest accountancy network, employing over 20,000 staff across 300 independent member firms located in 125 countries. PKF has very strong representation in the North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Products and Services: Our primary concern is providing you with excellent value and quality service. Our full range of services includes: • Audit Services • Taxation Services • Accounting Services • Payroll Services • Corporate Legal Support Services • Risk Management & Corporate Governance Services • Corporate Advisory Services

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Representatives:

Chairit Sangsitthiphan, Managing Director Marco Siege, Operations Director Background:

Company transferred from Hong Kong to Bangkok in 1993. At that time, it was a sales and service office only. Until 2001, that was we started to assemble the machinery in Thailand instead of importing everything from Europe. Products and Services:

PTCT engineers, manufactures, sell and service a full line of industrial weighing and packaging machinery both semi and fully automatic, as well as automatic palletizing and (conventional and robotic) and load securing machinery. With sales and service office all over Southeast Asia.


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PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited 555/1 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road 6th Floor & 19th - 36th Floor, Energy Complex Building A Chatuchak, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Thailand Tel: +66 0 2537 4000 Website: www.pttep.com

Representative: Nirandorn Rojanasomsith, Vice President Background: PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP) has invested in 44 E&P activities and 5 investments in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Oman, Egypt, Algeria, Bahrain, Australia, New Zealand and Canada Products and Services: Oil and Gas

Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit 23/2-3 Sukhumvit 13 Sukhumvit Road Klongtoey Nua, Wattana 10110 Tel: +66 0 2645 4999 Fax: +66 0 2645 4888 Email: sales.sukhumvit@radisson.com Website: www.radisson.com

Representatives: Woraluck Na-Bangchang, Financial Controller Patitta Chinin Adinolfi, Director of Sales and Marketing Background: Located in downtown Bangkok along one of the city’s best known districts, Sukhumvit Road, blends traditional Thai elegance with contemporary design, making it the ideal hotel for discerning business and leisure travellers. In the midst of business and shopping centre, traditional street vendors, dining and entertainment venue, near BTS Nana and MRT Sukhumvit. Products and Services: 150 well-appointed guestrooms and suites, Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access in guestrooms, meeting rooms and public areas, 3 food and beverages outlets, 4 meeting and banquet room, Business Centre, Outdoor rooftop swimming pool with sundeck and jacuzzi, Complimentary Tuk Tuk shuttle service, Underground car parking.

Best Thai-Canadian Linkages 2010

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Raydant International Co., Ltd.

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RDG SERVICES LTD.

99/178-182 Tesabalsongkroh Road Ladyao, Jatujak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: 66 (0) 2589 7011, 66 (0) 2589 4872 Fax: 66 (0) 2589 3185, 66 (0) 2589 9822 Email: raydant@loxinfo.co.th Website: www.raydant.com

49/20 Soi Langsuan, Ploenchit Road Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 66 (0) 2253 5650 Fax: 66 (0) 2253 5651 Email: rdg@rdg.co.th Website: www.rdg.co.th

Representatives: Rayong Sarai, Managing Director Aurasa Paenghom, Deputy Managing Director Supattra Wannasin, Operations Director

Representative: Geoffrey Leonard Cresswell, Managing Director

Background: Raydant has been in the aviation business for more than twenty years. Products and Services: Raydant’s principal business is that of aircraft, aircraft spare parts sales, aircraft components repair and overhaul (as a representative of overhaul facilities). Raydant supports both commercial and military aviation programs, including short and long term of aircraft leasing and international consulting services. Raydant has been awarded a contract from the government for a National Disaster Warning System. Our task is to install Warning Systems throughout Thailand. We have completed the first and second phases. Ownership: Mr. Rayong Sarai

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Products and Services: RDG Services Limited established the Bangkok office in 1991 to provide retail planning and interior design services. Its mission was to bring its years of North American experience to expanding Asian markets in the creation of efficient and quality buildings. The company has enjoyed a great deal of success since coming to Asia with major projects in Thailand, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Vietnam and Malaysia for over 1,000,000 sq.m. of development. The most recent of these projects was Terminal 21 – Bangkok, judged Best Retail Development in the Asia Pacific region by the International Property Awards.


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RSM (THAILAND) LIMITED 26th Floor, Sathorn City Tower, 175 South Sathorn Road, Thungmahamek Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: +66-2 670-9002-6 Fax: +66-2 670-9027-8 Email: AskUs@rsmthailand.com Website: www.rsmthailand.com

Representatives: Gareth Hughes, Managing Director Mark Butters, Executive Director Mike Holloway, Recruitment Director Background: RSM Thailand is a member firm of RSM International, the seventh largest worldwide organisation of independent accounting and consulting firms. RSM is represented by affiliate independent members in 112 countries and brings together the talents of over 37,000 individuals in over 730 offices worldwide. The core member firms of RSM International are RSM USA, RSM UK, RSM South Africa, RSM Japan, RSM Australia, RSM Singapore, RSM Hong Kong, RSM France, RSM China, RSM Germany, RSM Middle East and RSM India. Products and services: RSM Thailand is a full service accounting and consulting firm serving the needs of the middle market and owner managed entrepreneurial businesses.

Rutnin Eye Hospital and Rutnin – Gimbel Lasik Centre 80/1 Sukhumvit 21 Road, (Soi Asoke), Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2639 3399, 66 (0) 2639 3355 (Laser Centre) Fax: 66 (0) 2639 3311 Email: contact@rutnin.com Website: www.rutnin.com, www.rutningimbel.com

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Representatives: Khunying Chamnongsri Hanchanlash, Chairperson Dr. Sanpatna Rutnin, Medical Director Sirithorn Rutnin, Vice Chairperson in charge of Social and International Affairs Background: Rutnin Eye Hospital is Thailand’s premier hospital specializing in Ophthalmology the medical and surgical care of the eyes. Our team of over 30 American, Canadian and Thai Board-certified Ophthalmologists cover every subspecialty of the eye and are dedicated to excellence in eye care. A joint venture with the Gimbel Eye Centre in Canada, the Rutnin Gimbel Lasik Centre has over 10 years experience in Lasik.and has Thailand’s first LASIK Technology with IRIS RECOGNITION and 3D EYE TRACKING systems.Complete with ISO 9001:2000 certification in all departments, our recent expansion encompasses modern and convenient facilities offering internationally recognized expertise in eye care.

We provide innovative solutions to business problems, integrity and a personal commitment to our clients in: • • • • • • • • • •

Accounting and Tax Compliance Audit and Assurance Services Business Advisory and Legal Services Corporate Restructuring and Due Diligence Services Corporate Secretarial Services Corporate Tax Consulting Services Executive Recruitment Services Internal Audit and Risk Management Payroll Services Work Permits and Visas Services

New Company of the Year 1998

Best Entrepreneur 2007

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Santa Fe Relocation Services 207 soi saeng uthai, Soi Saeng Uthai, Sukhumvit 50 Road, Prakanong, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: 6627429890 Fax: 6627414089 Email: Thailand@santaferelo.com Website: www.santaferelo.com/

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Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University Sasa Patasala Building, Phyathai Road Bangkok 10330 Thailand Tel: +66 2216 8833 Email: marketing@sasin.edu Website: www.sasin.edu

Representatives: Thomas Donatelli, Managing Director Katarina Osterman, Business Development Manager

Representatives: Professor Dipak C. Jain, Director Dean Outerson, Head of Marketing and Communications

Background: Santa Fe Relocations provides outsourced services to the human resource and administrative departments of many large multinationals. These relocation services focus on the management of expatriate staff to control costs and maximize the return on this human capital investment. Santa Fe also provides international moving services to corporate and private customers.

Background: Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration was established in 1982 as a collaboration among Thailand’s leading university (Chulalongkorn University) and two of the world’s foremost business schools: the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Sasin is the first internationally accredited business school in Thailand, with both AACSB and EQUIS accreditation. Programs (taught in English) include: MBA, Executive MBA, and our Sasin Chula Engineering (MBA & M.Eng.). Sasin also offers Executive Development programs, a Senior Executive Program (SEP) and in-company programs, and does extensive consulting work for local, regional and global organizations.

By providing innovative service excellence, Santa Fe has grown from a single office in 1980 into an industry leader with more than 3,200 team members and offices in 56 countries across 6 continents. Santa Fe is active in a variety of community events and charitable organizations. Santa Fe funds a Johns Hopkins Singapore Research Fund, which focuses on the research and treatment of breast cancer. For every relocation handled, a monetary contribution is given to this fund. Santa Fe Relocations is listed on the Danish stock exchange. “We make it easy” Products and Services: • International Moving • Domestic Moving & Office Moving • Home Finding • Temporary Accommodation • Orientation Program • School Search • Visa and Immigration Services • Cross-Cultural Training • Pet Importation

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Products and Services: Degree Programs: • Master of Business Administration (MBA) • Executive MBA (EMBA) • Sasin Chula Engineering (MBA & M.Eng.) Non-Degree Programs: • Executive Development Programs • Business English Centers • Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) • Sasin Japan Center (SJC) • Sasin Center for Sustainability Management (SCSM) • Sasin Entrepreneurship Center (SEC)


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Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd.

Senzu (Thailand) Ltd.

211 Soi Prasert-Manukitch 29 (Maiyalap), Prasert Manukitch Road, Bangkok, 10230, Thailand Tel: +66 2 943 7166-8 Fax: +66 2 943 7169, 02 943 6618 Email: gregers@scandmedia.com Website: www.scandmedia.com

Tel: +66 81 552 4084 Email: info@senzustyle.com Website: www.senzustyle.com

Representative: Gregers Møller, Managing Director Finn Balslev, Marketing Director

Representative: Cristel Dellepoort, Managing Director

Background: The Scand-Media Group is a creative design company, a publishing house, a news agency and a provider of e-publications and e-news letters. The majority of our clients are foreign companies and organizations in Thailand. Products and Services: The Group consists of three companies with different focus areas: Scand-Media Corp., Ltd. serves individual international companies and organizations with graphic material of high quality at competitive costs. ScandAsia Publishing Co., Ltd. publishes its own ScandAsia magazine, the ScandAsia website and a ScandAsia Expat Guide. Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. produces magazines for member organisations and individual clients as a one-stop- service: Everything from advertisement sales to content writing, photography, design and print.

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Background: Senzu, its name inspired by the Japanese word for ‘Style’, was founded in 2010 in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. With our passion for stylish and modern jewellery, we decided to create an opportunity for likeminded women to get involved in a business that celebrates independence and has a knack for style. Working with top designers from all over the world, the Senzu collection is accented with stainless and tungsten steel, freshwater pearls, cubic zirconia, beads, semi-precious stone and other high quality materials. We pride ourselves on the craftsmanship and materials that become a Senzu jewellery piece. Senzu stands behind its collection with a rock-solid guarantee. Senzu jewellery is updated continually, ensuring a modern take on timeless elegance and classic designs. Products and Services: Jewellery

Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. also creates monthly email newsletters for individual companies including web and social media presence. We also write articles and photography for media in Scandinavia and provide research for television programmes and individual clients. Facts & Figures: Year Established: Registered Capital: Annual Turnover: Total Employees:

1994 10 Million Baht 30 Million Baht 25

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SHERATON GRANDE SUKHUMVIT, A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL, BANGKOK 250 Sukhumvit Soi 12-14, Sukhumvit Road, Kloengtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 02-649-8888 Fax: 02-649-8000 Email: grande.sukhumvit@luxurycollection.com Website: www.sheratongrandesukhumvit.com/

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Shrewsbury International School Bangkok 1922 Charoen Krung Road, Wat Prayakrai, Bang Kholame, Bangkok 10120, Thailand Tel: +66 2 675-1888 Fax: +66 2 675-3606 Email: enquiries@shrewsbury.ac.th Website: www.shrewsbury.ac.th

Representative: Richard Chapman, General Manager

Representative: Stephen Holroyd, Principal

Background: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok is a leading luxury hotel in the heart of the city’s vibrant business and entertainment district. With a pedestrian sky bridge link from the hotel to BTS Asok Skytrain and MRT Sukhumvit subway stations and Terminal 21, guest enjoy convenient access to the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, the Stock Exchange of Thailand, BITEC and Bangkok’s finest shopping malls including The Emporium, The EmQuartier, Central World Plaza, Central Embassy, and Siam Paragon. Defined by grande designs and opulent interiors, the majestic 33-storey hotel offers luxury accommodation complemented by exceptional service.

Background: Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok offers an inspirational English language education to carefully selected students aged 3 to 18 years. The school occupies a stunning riverside setting in the heart of Bangkok, and is renowned for its academic, musical, artistic and sporting excellence. Whilst sharing the tradition, values and pioneering spirit of its renowned UK sister school, the commitment to continuous improvement and renewal ensures that it always remain at the very forefront of contemporary international education.

Products and Services: • A distinguished venue with outstanding facilities for meetings, incentives, conferences, events, weddings and banquets. The Grande Ballroom provides an engaging space for large functions while eight spacious meeting rooms offer infinite possibilities and state of- the-art facilities • Exceptional restaurants and bars include Rossini’s awardwinning Italian restaurant, basil, an award-winning Thai restaurant, Orchid Café, an all-day dining venue serving gourmet international cuisine, and The Sala, a relaxing tropical garden with alfresco dining. The chic gastro lounge, BarSu, offers gourmet cuisine for sharing. DID – Dine in the Dark, a unique Dine in the Dark concept, is the one and only in town, while The Living Room swings to the sound of top international jazz musicians • Unrivalled technology including complimentary high speed broadband internet in meeting rooms and public areas • The Grande Spa & Fitness Center and a beautiful tropical garden swimming pool Facts and Figures: Year Established: 1996 Ownership: Mr.Kirin Narula Senior Management: Mr. Richard Chapman Number of Employees: 517 people Registered Capital: 200 million baht Annual Turnover: 425 million baht

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Our 1,600 students, drawn from 40 different nationalities, benefit from the support and guidance of exceptional teachers and top class facilities, and are provided with outstanding opportunities to develop their interests both inside and out of the classroom. Students follow the National Curriculum for England and Wales, developing a passion for learning and graduating with internationally recognized IGCSE and A-level qualifications that provide the gateway to the world’s leading universities year-on-year, including the elite Ivy League and Oxbridge institutions. In 2015, 70% of IGCSE’s taken by Shrewsbury Students were awarded A or A* grades, 43% achieving the top A* grade—more than six times the UK average. Meanwhile, 57% of A-level exams achieved A or A* grades with 26 % scoring the top A* grade, more than three times the UK average. Learning and Services: Our campus has 3 swimming pools, multiple sports fields, playgrounds and other purpose-built sporting and performance facilities. Students throughout the school have access to innovative technologies, including separate Mac suites and iPads. Shrewsbury offers a range of Modern Foreign Languages, and our library houses 40,000 publications.


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Siam Canadian Group Limited 283/44 Soi Thonglor 13, Sukhumvit 55 Road Home Place Office Building, Klongton Nua, Wattana 10110 Tel: 6621853311, 6627127570 Fax: 6621853317 Email: info@siamcanadian.com Website: www.siamcanadian.com

Siam City Law Offices Limited (SCL) 183 Rajanakarn Building, 20th Floor, South Sathorn Road Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Tel: 66 (0) 2676 6667-8 Fax: 66 (0) 2676 6188-9 Email: chavalitlaw@chavalitlaw.com, vira@siamcitylaw.com, picharn@siamcitylaw.com Website: www.siamcitylaw.com

Representatives: James Peter Gulkin, Managing Director Satasap Viriyanantawanit, General Manager Piyaporn Yoopumepruek, Executive Assistant to Managing Director

Representatives: Chavalit Uttasart, Managing Partner Vira Kammee, Partner Rajen Ramiah, Business Development Consultant

Background: Siam Canadian was established in Thailand in 1987 as a trading company / service provider dealing in a variety of food products. The main focus of the company was eventually to become frozen seafood.

Background: Siam City Law Offices Limited (SCL) is a member of The Chavalit Law Group, which also includes Chavalit and Associates Limited (C&A) and Chavalit Finch & Partners Ltd. (CFP). The Firm was founded in March 2005 by a group of lawyers with strong legal background and experience both at international and domestic levels for about 30 years. We provide a full range of legal services to serve the needs of clients. We have structured our Group in such a way that SCL handles general legal works, such as corporate, securities, banking and finance, corporate recovery services, expatriate services, labour, merger& acquisition, real estate, taxation, litigation and arbitration, etc. Intellectual property, information technology and telecommunication works are handled by C&A. We represent individual and corporate clients both Thai and foreign nationals in various industries. We believe that with the combination of our expertise, academic background and long experience, we can serve clients efficiently and professionally.

We currently operate from 7 offices in 5 countries; Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, China (2), India (2) and Indonesia. In addition we have the International Trading Division which operates from the Bangkok office and handles procurement of product from countries where we do not currently maintain offices. Siam Canadian’s business is managed by an International team and is supported by more than 100 expert staff members, the core of which are focused on procurement, quality control, packaging services, logistic support and up to the minute order follow up. Our ability to communicate efficiently the specific requirements of our customers to our processing partners has been a key factor to our business’s success. Siam Canadian’s group turnover exceeds US$300 million per annum to major importers in over 70 countries throughout North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australasia and Asia. Products and Services: • Frozen Seafood (Shrimp, Cephalopods, Fish and Value Added products) • Frozen Poultry and Meats • Frozen Fruit and Vegetables • Canned Products

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Products and Services: ●• Banking and Finance ●• Bankruptcy/Business Reorganization ●• Corporate ●• Customs & Taxes ●• Expatriate Services ●●• Information Technology ●• Intellectual Property ●• Investment ●• Labour ●• Litigation and Arbitration ●• Merger & Acquisition ●• Project Finance ●• Real Estate ●• Securities ●• Telecommunication Works Ownership: Thai 100%

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Siam Singapore International School 153 Petchaburi Rd., Thung Phayathai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Thailand Tel: +66 2 215 3800 Fax: +66 2 215 3801 Email: info@siamsingapore.com Website: www.siamsingapore.com

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Representatives: Argus Ang, CEO Dr. Nantarat Funchien, Director and Vice-Principal Background: Siam Singapore International School opened in September of 2013 and is the first Demonstration International School to open its doors in Bangkok in partnership with Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University under the Royal Patronage. The campus is centrally located in the heart of the city and just a few minutes walk from Ratchathewi or Phayathai BTS skytrain stations. SSIS is fully focused on implementing a K-12 world class rigorous education based on the Singaporean MOE standards, Cambridge IGCSE and a future IB diploma program that will train young minds to become critical thinkers, problem solvers, collaborative workers, effective English communicators, independent life-long learners and conscientious global citizens. The curriculum allows students to become Tri-Lingual with the options of studying other ASEAN languages that parents and their children may be interested in. All of our professional educators and support staff are highly experienced and qualified to bring the latest educational techniques and technologies into the classroom. All students are able to meet the high standards of both Singaporean and International educational curriculum, which; allows them to merge into other international schools, colleges, and universities throughout the world. The school currently accepts students for Super City Daycare-Nursery-PreschoolKindergarten, Primary, Secondary, and IGCSE foundation courses.

SIAM WHEELS CO., LTD.

Room No.118, 59 Chaloem Prakiet R. 9 Nongbon., Prawet, Bangkok 10250 Thailand Tel: +(662) 185.6343 Fax: +(662) 185.6343

Representatives: Derek Van Pelt, Managing Director Wanpiti Vannasith, Club Manager Tanapa Jaroensin, Advisor Background: Formed in 2009, Siam Wheels is a club for people that love motorcycles but are in Thailand for a short period of time or infrequently. We provide the benefits of bike ownership without the hassles. Members commit to 12 monthly subscription payments that earn points in the club. These points can then be used to access any of the bikes in the Siam Wheels fleet. All of the enjoyment of riding some of the world’s finest motorcycles in a beautiful country without any of the hassles that come with ownership. Products and services: Motorcycle rental/ usage, currently all Harley Davidson bikes, regular trips & Club events. Ownership: 51% Thai 49% Canadian

Products and Services: International School

Best New Company 2010

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SmartCityPeople (Thailand) Recruitment Co., Ltd.

Smiling Albino Ltd.

218/4 Soi Phattanakarn 20, Phattanakarn Road, Suanluang, Bangkok 10250 Tel: 099 332 2772 Email: usa@smartcitypeople.com, admin@smartcitypeople.com Website: www.smartcitypeople.com

(Head Office) Tax ID: 0105544046921 16 Soi Huamark 27, Huamark Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: 66 (0) 2718 9560-1 Fax: 66 (0) 2718 9562 Email: info@smilingalbino.com Website: www.smilingalbino.com

Representatives: Chitvaree Prasertsamran, Director & Managing Consultant Michael Unsworth, Director

Representatives: Daniel Fraser, Director David Long, Board Member

Background: SmartCityPeople provides high quality English speaking office professionals at all levels, both permanent and temporary, from junior to executive management, across a wide range of functions and industries. Our success with a diverse portfolio of clients has been based on being able to meet their requirements quickly and effectively at a reasonable price.

Background: Smiling Albino is a team of travel enthusiasts offering custom built experiences in Asia. Our adventures are the result of continuous travel, innovation and refinement. Trips combine multiple activities, charming venues, the finest regional cuisine and passionate hosts. You’ll hit the highlight stops, but the real magic is in the hidden corners, insider sights and unique local characters. The signature of our experiences relies on the intimate relationships we’ve built with a huge network of people throughout the region. We don’t just connect the dots…we create them…and deliver unforgettable travel experiences.

Products and Services: SmartCityPeople has a large database of candidates from a variety of disciplines that can be searched using multiple criteria. This, together with the fact that we provide the value-added service of conducting face-to-face interviews as well as organizational behavioral assessment and testing the English standards of all qualified applicants, means that we can take much of the effort of finding the right candidates away from you and make the task of recruiting well qualified new staff much easier. Ownership:

9% Canadian 31% British 60% Thai

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Products and Services: Smiling Albino offers adventures (www.smilingalbino.com/ adventures/) ranging from day trips to multi-day, cross country epics in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Nepal. Tours include intensive multi-activity experiences, art and culture programs, luxury motorcycle adventures and tailor-made private itineraries. Customized corporate events and special occasions for travelers and groups are also a key component of our operations.

Best New Company 2006

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SOFITEL BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT

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Sway Urban Eatery

189 Sukhumvit Road Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2126 9999 Mobile: +66 (0) 9 6394 4746 Fax: +66 (0) 2254 4165 Email : H5213-MK1@sofitel.com Website: www.sofitel-bangkok-sukhumvit.com, www.sofitel.com

Thonglo soi 10 Bangkok Thailand Tel: 0849016004 Email: andrew@swaybkk.com

Representatives: Chanelle Garvey, Director of Sales and Marketing William Haandrikman, Hotel General Manager

Representative: Andrew Kloosterhuis, Owner

Background: Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, the Southeast Asia flagship for Sofitel Luxury Hotels, brings to Bangkok the refined luxury of French elegance. The brand new 32-storey hotel sits comfortably among the very best Bangkok has to offer, flanked by the commercial and financial district and prime shopping areas. Modern and opulent, Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit offers a truly luxurious experience for upscale business and leisure travellers – French savoir-faire at its finest. Products and Services: The 345 guestrooms and suites include 233 Luxury Rooms, 75 Luxury Club Millésime Rooms and 32 Prestige Suites, each boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and timber floors, and feature the ultimate in sophisticated luxury and state-of-the-art technology. The 3 Opera Suites and 2 Imperial Suites offer terraces with sweeping views over the Bangkok skyline.

Background: Sway is the newest restaurant in the Thong lo area. Located in the Arena 10 complex beside Funky Villa & Demo. Sway is the creation of Canadian born native Andrew Kloosterhuis. The vision for Sway was to create something different from other restaurants in Bangkok. The first area Sway differs is their menu, offering over 20 different flavors of chicken wings. Notable customer favorites include their OB wings, which mix a homemade hot sauce with Montreal steak spice, Killer Bee, which include local honey and hot sauce and their newest wing, chocolate. Since opening Sway has added 5 new flavors and are constantly trying to invent more. Besides wings, Sway offers a well rounded menu, including Thai and Western classics. Canadian born chef Gerred Smith runs the kitchen and he prides himself on bringing creative dishes to his customers. Each week he features new specials and on Sundays does an open BBQ on Sway’s patio. On top of having a very diverse menu, Sway also offers many different types of cocktails and beer. What sets Sway apart from most pubs and bars is their newest addition, the Self Pour Wall. In partnership with Beervana, Sway offers customers a large selection of craft beers on draft, allowing customers to pour their own pints. The wall works on a card system, where clients swipe their card across a reader and begin to pour. The system charges the customer per Milliliter, allowing customers to try many different kinds without committing to the cost of full pint. The most popular way the wall is being used is by taster trays. Many bars in Bangkok offer a large selection, but have trouble selling unknown beers because of the high price. The wall helps patrons to explore new beer without hurting the wallet. Sway is open 7 nights a week, offering something new and different each day. Owner Kloosterhuis was a club DJ for 15 years and prides himself on bringing in great music, you can even catch him behind the tables every Saturday for his throw back retro night. Other notable nights include a classic hip hop night and new wave house and bass night. Sway is beautifully designed using many images and lights to create a very warm and inviting atmosphere. The front of Sway has large moveable windows to give the place a very open feel. With a large covered patio, Sway is the perfect spot to unwind or start an evening. Products and Services: Food Drink Events

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Swissotel Nai Lert Park 2 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan Bangkok Thailand Tel: +66 0 2253 0123 Fax: +66 2253 6509 Email: bangkok-nailertpark@swissotel.com Website: www.swissotel.com/hotels/bangkok-nai-lert-park/

Representatives: Eric Piatti, General Manager Anthony Low, Director of Sales & Marketing Background: Swissôtel Nai Lert Park, Bangkok is a five-storey, low-rise hotel set in 13.6 acres of land, surrounded by tropical trees and flowers featuring a Thai-style canal, and a majestic landscaped garden. The hotel is conveniently located in the centre of Bangkok, in between the diplomatic business and shopping districts. The hotel is only 40 minutes from Suvarnabumi International Airport. Products and Services: With the designs by internationally renowned architect Calvin Tsao and nestled amidst a luxuriant garden in the heart of Bangkok. The hotel offers 336 contemporary designed rooms featuring private balconies, world-class international, Japanese and Chinese restaurants, and the Syn Bar at the lobby. The hotel’s unique Gallery design ensures that natural daylight floods the hotel’s public spaces as well as all function rooms.

THAI PAK ENTERPRISES CO., LTD. Ramkhamheang 188 110/64 mooban preecha 10 Minburi Bangkok 10510 Thailand Tel: +66-2-9167554, +66-89-8256335 Fax: +66-2-5402897 Email: thaipakenterprisesint@yahoo.com

Representatives: Mirza Arshad Baig, Managing Director Danish Azam, Director Muhammad Umar, Director

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Background: Thai Pak Enterprises Co., Ltd., based in Bangkok since 2006, deals in the gemstone business throughout the world. Products and Services: The company deals in precious stones such as rubies, sapphires and emeralds, as well as natural unheated metal and cut polished stones - all top-quality grades available. The company also exports Toyota Vigo 4 wheel Hilux vehicles to different countries such as South Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Dubai and others on demand.

336 rooms and suites with spectacular garden or city view • Executive Club & Business Centre with secretarial services available • 3 Restaurants and 2 Bars • Amrita Fitness with1 Tennis Court and In-door Squash Court • Free-form Swimming Pool and 8 acre Tropical Garden • Concierge Service • 12 Elegant Banqueting and Conference Rooms • Catering and Outside Catering Services

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Thairung Partners

THANACHART BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED

39 Moo 4 Petchkasem Road, Laksong, Bangkhae, Bangkok 10160 Thailand Tel: 66-2421-2741 Fax. 66-2421-1837 Website: www.thairungpartners.com

1101 New Petchburi Road, Kwang Makkasan, Khet Rajthavee, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 22085000 Fax: 66 (0) 22531539 Website: www.thanachartbank.co.th

Representatives: Kaewjai Phaoenchoke, CEO Pinit Charoenphan, CFO

Representatives: Noel Singh, Head of Corporate & Commercial Banking Product Noossara Roonsamrarn, EVP, Corporate Banking 1 Wisarnsri Nilodom, EVP, Corporate Banking 2

Background: Thairung Partners is a group of private companies that had its foundation as Thai V.P. Corporation Limited more than twenty years ago when it was formed to be a distributor for the automotive products of its sister company Thairung Union Car pcl. Since then diversification has seen property, leasing and business services companies added to the automotive core of the group.

Background: Thanachart Bank Public Company Limited (TBANK) was originally incorporated as a finance company, Ekachart Finance Company Limited. TBANK commenced its operations on April 22, 2002 with a Restricted Banking License and Tbank was granted a full Commercial Banking License by the Ministry of Finance on March 1, 2004. In February 2007, Scotiabank acquired 24.7% of TBANK shares, increasing this stake to 49% in 2009.

Today the group has over 300 staff and an annual turnover of more than 200 million US Dollars.

In 2010, the bank acquired Siam City Bank (SCIB) and SCIB was merged into the Tbank Group in October 2011.

Products and Services: Motor Vehicle Distribution Group companies represent the Ford, Lexus, Land Rover and Isuzu brands through dealerships in greater Bangkok. Motor Vehicle Aftermarket First Fit, the group’s aftermarket service provider provides an ‘all makes’ service through its three branches in Bangkok. Property Development Through its Sinthoranee Property Company, Thairung Partners is active in residential, commercial and resort developments in Bangkok, Samui, Pattaya and other locations around Thailand. Leasing and Car Rental Group companies lease motor vehicles to Thai government departments and major corporations the total fleet being in excess of 2,000 units. Additionally, Bizcar Rental was formed in 2009 to meet the short and long term rental, self-drive and chauffeur demand with 6 branches around Thailand. Business Services Biz Concierge is the group’s managed office and business consultancy provider with branches in Bangkok, Hua Hin and Pattaya.

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Thanachart Bank has been successful in helping our customers to achieve their personal and business goals by making significant investments in technology, products, distribution channels and people. In 2012, the bank’s total assets surpassed 1 trillion baht or 33 billion US dollars. This was achieved by our 16,000 employees focusing on the needs of our 4 million customers through 630 branches and 2,200 ATM’s nationwide. In May 2012, the Bank was awarded the “Best Deal of the Year Award” by Bloomberg Businessweek, Thailand for the successful completion of the merger of Thanachart Bank with Siam City Bank. With the acquisition of Siam City Bank and completion of the merger in 2012, Thanachart Bank and its subsidiaries now have fully integrated universal banking capabilities providing a full range of products and services to meet the unique needs of its customers. Thanachart Bank’s diverse business lines comprise: • Personal Banking featuring auto Hire Purchase, Credit Cards and Housing • Corporate and Investment Banking • Commercial and SME Banking • Treasury • Trade Finance • Cash Management • Wealth Management • Securities Brokerage • Asset Management • Leasing • Insurance Best Thai Partner 2009


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Thoresen Thai Agencies Plc.

Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd.

26/26-27 Orakarn Building, 8 th Floor, Soi Chidlom, Ploenchit Road, Kwaeng Lumpinee, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: +66 (0) 2250-0569, +66 (0) 2254-8437 Fax: +66 (0) 2655-5631 Email: tta@thoresen.com Website: www.thoresen.com

1011 Rama 3 Road, Chongnonsi Supalai Grand Tower, 26th Floor Yannawa, Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: +66 2653 5555 Fax: +66 2653 5678 Website: www.tilleke.com

Representatives: Chalermchai Mahagitsiri, President & Chief Executive Officer Jean Paul Thevenin, Director Jitender Pal Verma, Senior Executive Vice President and Group CFO

Representatives: Nitipong Boonsong, Senior Advisor Andrew Stoutley, Director of Administration David Beckstead, Consultant

Background: Thoresen Thai Agencies Public Company Limited (TTA) is one of the largest industrial conglomerates in Thailand with more than 26 subsidiary and associate companies under its umbrella as well as a total asset of over 49 billion baht. TTA, a strategic investment holding company, is amongst the top 100 companies listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.

Background: Tilleke & Gibbins is a leading Southeast Asian regional law firm with over 120 lawyers and consultants practicing in Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Phnom Penh, Vientiane, and Yangon. Our firm represents the top investors and the high-growth companies that drive economic expansion in Asia in the key areas of commercial transactions and M&A, dispute resolution and litigation, and intellectual property.

Its investment strategy is to grow through a balanced and diversified business portfolio of shipping, oil services, commodity logistics, food & beverages, and other strategic investment assets, both domestically and internationally. TTA has global presence spanning over 10 countries in Asia, Africa and Europe, with 90% of its revenue is generated from outside Thailand. Products and Services: • Shipping: Thoresen Shipping Singapore is an international dry bulk shipping company providing tramp services on global basis. • Oil services: Mermaid Maritime Public Company Limited is an international specialist subsea and offshore drilling services company and a Singapore listed company with operation bases in multiple locations in South East Asia and Middle East. • Commodity logistics: PM Thoresen Asia Holdings Public Company Limited is holding Company for Baconco Co., Ltd., a leading manufacturer and supplier of NPK fertilizer in Vietnam and a provider of logistics services from its warehouse facilities. • Commodity logistics: Unique Mining Services Public Company Limited (UMS) is an end-to-end and just-in-time coal logistics sales and distribution player to several industries including pulp and paper, food processing sugar, ethanol, animal feed, and cement in Thailand. • Food & Beverage: Sino Grandness Food Industry Group is an integrated manufacturer and distributor of bottled juices as well as canned fruits and vegetables with headquarter in Shenzhen, the PRC, and is a Singapore listed company.

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Established in 1890, we have grown into the largest independent law firm in Thailand due to our client focus, regional expertise, and international vision. Our roots are in Southeast Asia, but our practice is global. Our corporate clients include world leaders in the fields of pharmaceuticals and healthcare, energy, consumer goods and retailing, manufacturing, financial services, information technology, and telecommunications. We proudly help global companies excel in Asia and domestic companies shine abroad. The firm provides legal services in anti-corruption; antitrust and competition; banking and finance; bankruptcy and restructuring; commercial transactions and M&A; corporate services; dispute resolution and litigation; employment; energy and infrastructure; family law and private clients; government relations; insurance; intellectual property; property; regulatory affairs; tax; technology, media, and telecommunications; and transportation and logistics. Products and Services: Legal Services

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TRA MAE KRUA CO., LTD.

TRACTUS ASIA LTD. (BANGKOK OFFICE)

189 Moo 9, Soi Rattanarath, Bangna-Trad Road, KM 18 Bangplee, Samutprakarn 10540 Tel: +66 (0) 2312 7227 Fax: +66 (0) 2312 7618-9 Website: www.tramaekrua.com

75/63 Richmond Office Building, 17th Floor, Sukhumvit Road, Soi 25 Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2260 8200 Fax: 66 (0) 2260 8280 Email: thailand@tractus-asia.com Website: www.tractus-asia.com

Representatives: Settee Khanchanawisittaphol, President Paschara Khanchanawisittaphol, Vice President

Representatives: John Evans, Managing Director Dennis Meseroll, Executive Director

Background: The company was established in 1982 as the distributor of Maekrua brand, Gold Label brand and Maekrua Gold Label brand products, all manufactured by Chew Huad Co., Ltd and Chonburi Tra Maekrua Charaktong Co., Ltd. It’s products are top quality and have all been received the ISO 9001 Quality Standard and the Excellent Plant Award in 2000. Because of their commitment to top quality products, the company has been able to expend and enjoy a high sale volume through good distribution channels.

Background: Tractus Asia Ltd. is a management consultancy and business advisory firm with offices in India, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore and Myanmar and two representative offices in the United States. The company has nearly two decades of experience advising primarily North America, European and Asian public and private sector clients on their strategy and business decisions in the region. Since 1995, Tractus has facilitated US$4 billion of new investment into Asia, advised on more than 500 projects and led dozens of high profile government and business delegations to and from the region.

Products and Services: Distributor of Maekrua Brand products, all manufactured by Chuew Huad Co., Ltd. and Chonburi Tra Maekrua Charaktong Co., Ltd. Maekrua Brand: Oyster Sauce Gold Label Brand: Seasoning Sauce Yellow Grade, Seasoning Sauce Green Grade, 5% Distilled Vinegar, Tempura Flour Maekrua Gold Label Brand: Soya Sauce, Fish Sauce

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Products and Services: Tractus’ practice groups are vertically integrated with areas of expertise in the private sector covering early stage market research, to strategy development and business incubation, right through partner identification and screening, corporate finance and project management. Public sector practice groups have a breadth of experience in trade and investment promotion and have worked for both Asian and Western governments at the highest levels.


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TRUE Clarity Co., Ltd. 8/7 Nang Linchi Rd., Thong Maha Make, Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: +662 678-4800, +668 1811-3770 Fax: +662 678-4802 Email: info@trueclarityintl.com Website: www.trueclarityintl.com

UBM ASIA (THAILAND) CO., LTD. 502/23 KSL Tower 14th Floor, Sri Ayuthaya Road Phayathai, Rajathewee, Bangkok 10400 Tel: 66 (0) 2642 6911 Fax: 66 (0) 2642 6919-20 Email: info-th@ubm.com Website: www.ubmthailand.com

Representatives: James McCracken, Managing Director Thomas Thomsen, Business Development Manager

Representatives: Manu Leopairote, Chairman Muthiah Gandhi, Managing Director

Background: TRUE Clarity’s professional consultants and developers are continually developing solutions to allow businesses to better manage and enhance their customer relationships efficiently. Our solutions are based on businesses’ current and future needs, we work closely with our clients by providing best of breed solutions, experience in complex systems integration and ongoing customer service. We adhere to our high standard and commitment to developing the right solution on time and within budget for clients.

Background: UBM Asia (Thailand) is part of UBM Asia, the leading organiser of exhibitions in Asia. Owned by UBM listed on the London Stock Exchange, UBM Asia operates in 18 market sectors with headquarters in Hong Kong and subsidiary companies across Asia, including UBM China in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Beijing. We have over 200 media products in three categories: trade fairs, print and online products. As Asia’s leading exhibition organiser and the biggest commercial organiser in the two fastest growing markets in Asia: China and India, we stage the leading events of their kinds across Asia.

Products and Services: TRUE Clarity offers some of the best expertise available to businesses that need to add control to the flood of corporate data. Our consultants analyze your data and relate it to actual business needs, design new databases, manage your existing ones, and implement systems that are as diversified as Accounting, CRM, ERP, EIS, and in-house developed solutions. Solutions: On-premise and Cloud based CRM Solutions, Help Desk software, Contact Center Solutions, Customer Service Solutions, IT Service Management, VoIP Telephone Systems, E-Marketing Tools, Custom Development.

We deliver high value to our partners and customers through our: • 25-year track record of operating large-scale international exhibitions, conferences and major publications in Asia. • pioneering industry-specific vertical portals that provide yearround business matching and quality information. • highly professional management team with years of practical experience in the exhibition industry. • strong global network with wholly-owned subsidiary companies in major cities including Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Shenzhen, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Istanbul in Asia, New York and San Francisco in the USA. As Thailand’s “Global to Local to Global” exhibition organiser, UBM Asia (Thailand) provides a unique showcase for industrial manufactures in the Kingdom. We also helps facilitate the transfer of technology and makes available to Thai companies over 400 media professionals around the world. Through exhibitions and publications, UBM Asia (Thailand) continuously assists Thai companies to successfully market their products at an international level.

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Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations

The Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok

23rd Flr, Chamnan Phenjati Business Center 65/195 Rama 9 Road, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand Tel: (66) 02-612-2253 Fax: (66) 02-612-2254 Email: vivaldi@vivaldipr.com Website: www.vivaldipr.com

259 Sukhumvit 19, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: 66 2 207 8000 Fax: 66 2 255 2441 Website: www.westingrandesukhumvit.com

Representatives: Joseph Henry, Chief Executive Officer Matt Ryland, Events and Marketing Manager

Representatives: Martin Raich, Complex General Manager Nongluck Narkman, Director of Sales and Marketing

Background: Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations connects companies and brands to millions of customers through bespoke digital and social media, events, brand activations and traditional public relations services.

Background: The Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok offers a five-star sanctuary in the heart of Bangkok’s most cosmopolitan business and entertainment district. Steps from Asok skytrain and Sukhumvit subway station, guests are never far from vibrant shopping, nightlife and business addresses.

Vivaldi launched in Thailand in 2004, is one of the most reputable agencies in Thailand, especially for brands that are of premium status and positioning in the market. Vivaldi has long-lasting media relationships with the country’s top magazines, newspapers, radio and TV programs, as well as, bloggers and websites. We create bespoke communications strategies for each of our clients, encompassing the different platforms and forms of customer engagement to suit the particular client’s objectives.

Unwind in one of 362 elegant, fully-appointed rooms and suites with uptown view. Wine and dine at the hotel’s two first-class restaurants: Kisso authentic Japanese restaurant much favored by Japanese expats with winning awards guaranteed by “Best Japanese Restaurant” and “Thailand Tatler Best Restaurant”. Seasonal Tastes international buffets featuring SuperFoodsRx™ driven delicacies. Zest Bar & Terrace is always a lively destination for drinks.

Clients include: Magnolia Quality Development, Jaguar Land Rover, TNT Express, Singapore Tourism Board, Grand Land, Saint Gobain, William Grant & Sons, RMA Group, ACE Insurance and ONYX Hospitality.

The well-balanced meeting experience combines expert services with sensory setups, including Altitude, a stylish high-in-the-sky hospitality space and terrace, a Grand Ballroom, elegant meeting rooms and more. The hotel’s intrinsically desirable signature products matched to gift vouchers spread the happiness in style.

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XPC Cross Pacific Connections

Yamira Company Limited

One Pacific Place, Suite 1204 140 Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: +66 2 653-2104-7 Fax: +66 2 653-2108 Email: sirinda@xpconnections.com Website: www.xpconnections.com

48/131 Baan Mai Estate, Krungthep Kreetha Rd Soi 7 Huamark, Bangkapi Bangkok 10240 Tel: +66 81 919 7639 Email: les@yamiragroup.com Website: www.theministryofgolf.com

Representatives: Kobsak Duangdee, Partner Peter van Haren, Partner Sean Brady, Partner

Representative: Les Walsh, Managing Director

Background: XPC is a highly experienced team of professionals based in Thailand and North America. We also have trusted associates in Japan, ASEAN, Middle East, Europe and the Americas. The international and regional networks, knowledge and expertise of the four principals of XPC have been developed through a combined professional experience of well over 100 years in banking, diplomacy and international business. We counsel, consult and advise businesses and governments to be successful. We specialize in multinational business, finance and trade promotion. Three of our partners have served multi year terms as President of CANCHAM Thailand. The XPC website has biographical details on each of the four XPC partners. Products and Services: Investment Advisory Assistance • Realistic Presentations of Financing Options • Contacts and Assistance for Banking Services and Bank Credits • Investment Risk Management and Assessments • Identification and Assessments of Potential M&A and Joint Venture Partners • Recommendations and Support in Setting up Local and Regional Offices • Taxation and Regulatory Approvals • Sourcing investments from the Region • Access to Relevant Senior Government Officials • Access to International Organizations and Embassies Export and Trade Promotion • Market Research and Analysis • Identification and Generation of Market Access Opportunities • Rapid and Timely Communications with Clients • Frank Assessments of Trade Missions and Shows • Corporate Calls and Product Presentations • Planning and Implementation of Trade Missions and Shows • Agent/Distributor Pre-Qualification and Selection • Team Building and Mentoring • Enhancing Client Profiles through Regional Mass Media

Background: The company has operated in Thailand for more than 15 years, and has consulted on business development and marketing across a number of sectors, including: • automotive • golf • hospitality • media • real estate Products and Services: Marketing We offer a comprehensive range of programs for small and medium sized companies, incorporating: • Website development • Branding • Marketing programs • Communications programs • PR campaigns • Contact centre operations • Online marketing, including social media • Membership programs Business Development We work with clients to create business development programs that deliver value and bottom-line results. These services include: • strategic planning • financial modeling • building sales networks • event planning • building databases • providing marketing support The company also does Golf Event management for charities, corporations, and Chambers of Commerce including CANCHAM Thailand.

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Yum Restaurants International (Thailand) Co., Ltd 142 Two Pacific Place Building, 15/F, Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey, 10110, Bangkok, Thailand Tel: +66 2 653 2900 Fax: +66 2 653 2879 Email: sabina.rizvi@yum.com Website: www.yum.co.th/th/index.php

Representative: Sabina Rizvi, General Manager - Pizza Hut (Thailand) Omar Rizvi

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Background: Pizza Hut is the world’s largest pizza company with $12 billion in global sales and more than 15,000 restaurants in 93 countries worldwide, specializing in the pizzas you never have to settle for – Pan Pizza, Thin ’N Crispy® Pizza, Hand-Tossed Style Pizza and Stuffed Crust Pizza. Pizza Hut is proud of its heritage which started 56 years ago, and today is an iconic global brand that delivers more pizza, pasta and wings than any other restaurant in the world. A true innovator in the pizza category, we are not only the first to provide America with Pan Pizza, but we were also the first ever online purchase In Thailand, Pizza Hut Thailand’s vision is to be the most Loved pizza brand in Thailand. Our vision is driven by four strategic pillars: 1. Explosive Growth: We’re focused on expanding Delco restaurants to support our delivery and carryout business and increasing penetration in the market. 2. Win on Food & Value: Pizza Hut Thailand will offer quality pizzas at affordable prices. 3. Dominate Digital: Pizza Hut more relevant and easier for our customers to do business with us. In 2014, we had double-digit growth in online ordering. 4. World Class Operations: We’re committed to improving on our product quality, value and service to help increase customer satisfaction and return visits from our valued customers. Products and Services: Pizza Hut

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ACCESS ASIA CONSULTING COMPANY LIMITED 11/46 Phahonyothin 7, Soi Ari 4 North, Samsennai, Phayathai, Bangkok, 10400 Thailand. Tel: +66 (0) 86 894 6989 Email: chandler.v@access-asia.org Website: www.access-asia.org

CRA, Canadians Resident Abroad Inc / CIC, Canadian Investment Consultants (888) (Divisions of Keybase Financial Group Inc.) 1500 West Georgia Street, Suite 1300, Vancouver, BC V6G 2Z6 Tel: 778-373-4466 MB: 604-338-1640 Fax: 604-331-1764 Email: ollicic@telus.net Website: www.keybase.com

Representative: Chandler Vandergrift, Director of Programs

Representative: Olli M. Reinikka, M.B.A., International Financial Advice

Background: Access Asia is a research consultancy firm specializing in political, security and business risk identification and mitigation. In addition to our core team of consultants, we maintain an extensive network of business investigators, security analysts, researchers and other professionals with diverse backgrounds and specialties throughout the region, which enables us to gain access, insight and client-oriented information on both the micro and macro levels for companies and organizations in both the public and private sectors.

Products and Services: We specialize in the investment management needs of Canadian non-residents living around the world. Non-residency offers some unique advantages to expat Canadians and other investors. Mr. Reinikka travels regularly overseas to meet with his clients. As an independent financial advisor Olli is not tied to any particular fund company, bank or product. This means that the widest possible selection of products and solutions can be used without bias. Olli was a successful portfolio manager (U.S. and Canadian Equities) with a large bank in Europe before becoming an independent financial advisor. Olli has been with Keybase group for almost twenty years now with clients currently in 17 countries. Olli serves his High Net Worth clients living in Canada and around the world from his downtown Vancouver office. Do not hesitate to contact.

Due to the rapid rise of foreign investment in Myanmar, Access Asia maintains an active presence in the country through Access Asia Myanmar and our local partners. Products and Services: Business Investigations and Due Diligence Political and Security Risk Analysis and Assessments Solution-oriented Research and Reporting

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DOI CHAANG COFFEE COMPANY 110-807 Powell Street Vancouver, BC V6A 1H7 Tel: 604-689-3312 Fax: 604-688-3365 Email: info@doichaangcoffee.com Website: www.doichaangcoffee.com

Representatives: John M. Darch, Co-Founder John A. Darch, CEO and President Background: Doi Chaang Coffee is a sustainable and economically viable Canadian-Thai Coffee Company. The coffee is produced in the Chang Rai province by an indigenous AKHA hill tribe from Doi Chang Village. Our Beyond Fair Trade business practices provide a viable alternative, whereby the majority of the earnings flow back to the farmers yet provides an opportunity for growth and sustainability on both sides. The Canadian partners assume all risks in generating sales by providing 100% of the funding for market development, pay above Fairtrade prices for grower’s green beans and gifted the AKHA a 50% registered ownership in the Canadian based company. The AKHA Thai partners focus on maintaining quality control for all aspects of cultivation and processing. This is not a charity but an investment in the sustainability and prosperity of Doi Chaang Coffee. The return on investment is sustainable because the responsibilities & rewards are shared. Products and Services: Doi Chaang Coffee is one of the most innovative, social responsible, yet economically viable, specialty coffees on the market. It is Thailand’s only single-origin, 100% Arabica, USDA Certified Organic, Fairtrade Certified, shade grown, coffee produced for the North American and European markets. Doi Chaang Coffee is rated among the top 1% in the world and has become a symbol of the highest quality in the coffee arena. The complex and flavourful profile of the beans provides such a wide spectrum of taste that the beans can be roasted on different levels and then combined to produce a variety of distinctive roasts.

Company of the Year 2011

LALLEMAND INC.

1620 rue Prefontaine, Montreal, Quebec H1W 2N8 Tel: +44 786 778 1032 +1 514 522 2131 Email: rstout@lallemand.com Website: www.lallemand.com

Representatives: Raymond Stout, Senior Vice President Mark Drake, Business Director, Asia, contact: mdrake@lallemand.com Background: Lallemand Inc. is a privately held Canadian company, founded at the end of the 19th century, specializing in the development, production, and marketing of yeasts and bacteria globally for benefit of mankind. The company is divided into two major groups: Yeast Group (based in Montreal, Canada) and Specialties Group (based in Toulouse, France). Administrative offices for the parent company are in Montreal, Canada. Products and Services: THE YEAST GROUP The Yeast Group includes North American Yeast and Ingredients Division (based in Memphis, USA), EMEA (European Middle-Eastern and African) Yeast Division (based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands) and Bio-Ingredients (based in Montreal, Canada). These divisions produce and market fresh block yeast, cream yeast and instant dried bakers yeast along with inactive yeasts, specialty yeasts, dough conditioners and baking powders. Yeast Products are exported globally. Bio-Ingredients Division with headquarters in Montreal, Canada and sales offices in Denmark, Austria, Switzerland and the USA, offers inactive yeasts, yeast extracts, mineral enriched yeasts and yeast derivatives worldwide to various food and feed companies for their savory attributes and to the fermentation industries as highly bioavailable nutrients. This division produces and markets specialty baking ingredients. SPECIALITIES GROUP The Specialties Group, with headquarters in Toulouse, France, is a technically-driven business focusing on applications of yeast and bacteria globally through Business Units, each dedicated to applications in Fermented Beverages (Oenology, Brewing, Spirits) Human Nutrition and Animal Nutrition, Fuel Bio-Ethanol and for Agricultural (plant care) and Pharmaceutical uses. It operates worldwide through a network of subsidiaries, affiliates and joint ventures. Other activities and investments of Lallemand include a participation of 50 % in Macco Organiques Inc., which produces specialty salts of organic acids at its plant in Valleyfield, Canada, and in Bruntal, Czech Republic, and exports them throughout the world.

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Marine Institute (MI)

PO Box 4920 155 Ridge Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada A1C 5R3 Tel: 1 (709) 778 0483 Fax: 1 (709) 778 0371 Email: miintl@mi.mun.ca Website: www.mi.mun.ca/mi_international

Redev Properties 502 Golden Centre 188 Des Voeux Road Central Hong Kong Tel: +852 2815 9131 Fax: +852 2815 9828 Website: www.redevproperties.com

Representatives: Bill Chislett, Director, MI International Marlene Power, Project Manager, MI International Sonia Ho, International Student Coordinator

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Background: The Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland (MI) is North America’s most comprehensive institute dedicated to education, training, and industrial support in the aquatic and oceans industries. Memorial University is the largest university in eastern Canada with more than 18,000 full time students. The Marine Institute campus and its complex of facilities is the setting for education and research in the areas: ●• Fisheries technology ●• Aquaculture • ●Marine resource management • ●Agri-seafood processing / post-harvest technology ●• Marine engineering • Ocean technology ●• Marine simulation ●• Offshore oil and gas (safety and emergency response). MI International, the international office of MI, is an eight-person unit engaged in the design, development and management of international project activity. To date MI International has secured more than 200 projects in over 50 countries. Country experience in Asia includes work in Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Kazakhstan, and Russia, With more than 25 years international experience and 130+ personnel having been engaged internationally, Marine Institute has become one of Canada’s leading colleges in the international arena. International initiatives are focused on the following key components: International Development Projects, Contract Training and Consultancies, International Mobility for Faculty, Students and Graduates, International Student Recruitment and Services. MI International also manages international projects in the area of Distance Education and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) on behalf of Memorial University’s Distance Education and Learning Technologies department (DELT). This capability represents more than 100 full time specialist and extensive international project experience.

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Representatives: Darwin Forer, Vice President Asia Stephen Janson, Sales Manager Background: Established, well located existing commercial property, not over leveraged, provides immediate cash flow, greater stability, safety and more reliable returns than other forms of property investment. REDEV Properties offers individuals ownership in each individual existing plaza, so they can enjoy the benefits including immediate cash-flow based on the rental return from existing established plus excellent potential capital gain when sold. During the recent recession rents steadily rose plus the applicable capital gain on the property which proves the stability of the Western Canadian market. Individuals own a part of each freehold property they choose, not shares in a company. REDEV applies a diligent and disciplined approach to acquiring Canadian plazas in established and proven locations of Alberta and other growing areas. All plazas provide immediate and long-term positive cash flow and are managed to maintain consistent and reliable income while increasing value. Since 2001 REDEV manages more than 25 Canadian plazas with many already resold for substantial profit to the owners. This is truly an armchair type of property ownership. Over 2/3 of Redev buyers live near the actual plazas and 2/3 reinvest in multiple properties. 1/3 live in Asia, many being Canadians which speaks highly for the property location, cash-flow and value. Redev Properties have been in Asia since 2004 with a presence in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Dubai, and Japan and expands to other countries as the good word spreads through financial advisors and existing participants. Products and Services: Direct Cash flow from ownership in Canadian shopping malls.


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RIGHT TO PLAY THAILAND FOUNDATION

SNC-LAVALIN (THAILAND) CO., LTD.

2533 Sukhumvit Road, Pricha Building Bang Chak, Prakhanong Bangkok 10260, Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2740 3520, ext. 115 Fax: +66 (0) 2740 3519 Mobile: +66 (0) 84 895 3760 Email: ndeloughry@righttoplay.com Website: www.righttoplay.com, www.righttoplay.or.th

Floor 12th, Room No.12A01, Harbor Mall Building, 4/222 Moo10, Sukhumvit Rd., Tungsukhla, Sriracha, Chonburi 20230 Tel: +66 3 367 9500-27 Fax: +66 3 367 9528-29 Website: www.snclavalin.com

Representative: Niamh De Loughry, Country Manager

Representative: Thapanee N., Senior Executive Administrative

Background: Based in Canada, Right To Play International is the leading humanitarian and development not-for-profit organization using the power of sport and play to build essential skills in children and drive social change around the world. Right To Play incorporates a unique methodology that uses sport and play as tools for learning, fostering the hope that is essential for children to envision and realize a better future. Right To Play Thailand Foundation, registered in Thailand in 2007 following 6 years of direct implementation by Right To Play International, continues to use sport and play as an innovative and dynamic learning tool within a comprehensive and holistic approach to children and youth education and development in rural and urban communities in Thailand and in camps along the Thailand-Burma/Myanmar border.

Background: Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin Group is one of the leading engineering and construction firms in the world, and a key player in the ownership and management of infrastructure. The group and its companies have offices across Canada and in 30 other countries; they are currently working in some 100 countries.

Products and Services: Right To Play works with various community, provincial, national and international partners, including government, private sector and community based organizations. Right To Play works with teachers and schools to assist in improving education in schools and delivering regular play and sport based activities for vulnerable children around the country. Right To Play works with international partners in delivering education, play, and sport based services to displaced persons living in camps along the Thailand-Burma/Myanmar border. More information can be found at www.righttoplay.com / www.righttoplay.or.th

Products and Services: The company provides engineering, procurement, construction, project management, and project financing services to a variety of industry sectors, including chemicals and petroleum, mining and metallurgy, pharmaceuticals, agrifood, infrastructure and buildings, power, energy control systems, transportation including mass transit, environment, defence and telecommunications.

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Andy Hyde Business Development Manager Mango Mango Part. Ltd Tel: 080 814 9080 Email: andy@bbbrief.com Website: www.bangkokbusinessbriefing.com Activities: Andy Hyde is a marketing professional with over twenty years of experience in business development, publications and business to business marketing. He has spent close to 15 years working in Thailand in the property and publishing sector. His skills lie in facilitating partnerships, marketing, print and social media. He has an extensive network of contacts with key businesses in and beyond Thailand. Some key publications Andy represent are: Bangkok BUSINESS BRIEFING – a publication aimed at business executives in Thailand. It is the must-have monthly English-language business news magazine in Bangkok, Thailand. With a print run of 10,000 copies, the magazine utilizes a well co-ordinated distribution network that delivers supplies directly to the business community in Bangkok, including upper-income Thais and expats. Mango Metro – Bangkok’s No.1 free lifestyle publication. The circulation of 10,000 copies is distributed monthly through all ‘Villa Market’ supermarkets and the more popular and authentic expat bars and restaurants in Bangkok.

Barbara Kitsco Owner and Managing Director Kitsco Consulting Co., Ltd Tel: 092 446 3502 Email: kitscoconsulting@gmail.com Activities: Barbara Ann Kitsco, owner and Managing Director of Kitsco Consulting Co. Ltd. was educated in Canada and worked there for over twenty years in the human resource sector as a small business consultant in areas of management and administration, workshop preparation and facilitation, and organization and planning of special projects for individuals, firms, educational institutes and governments. The past ten years have been spent working in Asia and the South Pacific, including five years as the Managing Director for a private fashion college in Hanoi. In addition to her duties as Director she also developed and delivered all the fashion business courses. The balance of time has been spent in Fiji, Cambodia and Thailand developing and delivering programs specific to “Starting a Business”. She has owned and operated several successful businesses ventures, giving her firsthand knowledge and understanding of the trials and tribulations of being an entrepreneur. Barbara applies simple, strategic steps to facilitate an environment where entrepreneurship can reach its full potential.

AMATA Industrial Estates Directory – A compilation of the companies that reside on the various AMATA Corp. Industrial Estates. With a circulation of 5,000 copies, the publication is designed as a networking tool utilized by the executives to source services and products of neighboring companies within the Industrial estates.

Ann Baines Mobile: 092 257 8646 Email: ann@anngibbspr.com Activities: An internationally experienced corporate communications and investor relations consultant, specializing in strategic and tactical financial marketing communications services. Assignments include developing and executing the communications platform for private and publicly listed companies to maintain shareholder support, drive new shareholder interest and support activities to source capital.

BERNARD A. (BERNIE) KELLER Managing Director Maximus Aviation Co., Ltd. Discover the World Market, PASO Tower, 15th Floor 88 Silom Road, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66(0) 2634 1800-7 Fax: 66(0) 2634 1790 Email: dtwm@loxinfo.co.th Website: www.discovertheworld.com Activities: We are members of the Discover the World Marketing Group since 1989; and marketing representatives in Thailand of: Airlines • Aeromexico • Alitalia • Condor Hotels • Caesars Entertainment (Las Vegas) Car Rental Companies • Hertz Rent A Car International • Dollar Rent A Car

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Individual Members Cruises • Azamara Club Cruises • Celebrity Cruises • Royal Caribbean International • Celestyal Cruises On Line Travel Agency (Trade) • Expedia TAAP Travel Platform (Trade) • Traveltek • We also operate in and outbound corporate, incentive and leisure travel.

Chatchawan (Chat) Laohathai Managing Director Cauley International (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 502 Soi Ratchadapisek 26, Ratchadapisek Road, Samsennok, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310 THAILAND Tel: +662-541-4301 Email: chat@cauley.co.th Website: www.cauley.co.th Activities: CAULEY International (THAILAND) Ltd. is a currency management automation and solution company, which specialised for banknote and coin complete production machinery and raw materials. With over 20 years of experience in currency management, He has great experience with unique long time knowledge for THAI and others AEC’s countries. The company also provide wide range of banknote & coin counting/sorting/packaging machines, and detectors for both for domestic and foreign currency. Cauley also has been a long time trusted parter & authorised distributor from many industry suppliers, such Royal Canadian Mint, G&D, KBA NotaSys, SICPA, ScanCoin, and more.

Daren Wilson Business Unit Director - Oncology/Hematology Roche Thailand Ltd. AIA Capital Center 89, 26th-27th Floor, Ratchadapisek Road, Kwaeng Dindaeng, Khet Dindaeng, Bangkok 10400 THAILAND Tel: +66 2792 4090 Mobile: +66 818 457 435 Email: daren.wilson@roche.com Website: www.roche.com Activities: Roche Pharma is the world’s largest biotech company and the leading provider of cancer treatments.

David A. F. Macdonald Consultant Email: dmacbkk@yahoo.ca David Macdonald spent nearly a decade with DKSH in Thailand most recently as Vice President and General Manager for DKSH BU Performance Materials, a B2B enterprise that markets and distributes Specialty Chemicals and Ingredients to the following industries: Food and Beverage; Personal Care and Cosmetics; Pharmaceutical; Animal Health and Nutrition; Paints, Inks, Plastics, Rubber, and Adhesives. During his time with DKSH he wore several hats including VP South East Asia, establishing green field sites in Myanmar, and Indonesia. He started his time in Asia with the Capilano Asia Pacific Management Co Op Program in Vietnam, later moving to Diethelm Vietnam, spending a total of 8 years in the country, before moving to Malaysia for 3 years, and later taking up his current assignment in Thailand for the past 9 years. David is married with three children and his family is based in Thailand.

Christopher Webber Managing Director Mainstream International Co., Ltd. 468/581 Baan Klang Krung Rd., 468 Petchaburi Rd., Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Thailand Tel: +66 86 031 5404 Email: cgwebber@gmail.com

A Toronto native, David is an avid hockey player, having played House League and Selects at North Toronto Hockey Arena from age 5 to 18. David is a CANCHAM Thailand Board member, and as a Canadian with more than 21 years living and working in Asia Pacific David will bring additional perspectives and insights to the CANCHAM Thailand Board and he looks forward to being of service.

Activities: Mainstream International Co., Ltd. incorporated since 2009. Extensive experience in advisory role of business and legal consulting for foreign investors in Myanmar and Thailand.

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Individual Members JEFFREY STRYKER Principal Heidrick & Struggles Recruitment (Thailand) Ltd. 23rd Fl., Atheene Tower 63 Wireless Rd., Pathumwan Bangkok 10310 Tel: 02-126-2095 Fax: 02-126-8195 Email: jstryker@heidrick.com Don Lavoie Director Business Development & Sales Asia Pacific, Systems Division Bombarider Transportation 3354/16-19 6th Floor, Manorom Building Rama IV Road, Klongton, Klongtoey Bangkok Thailand Email: lavoiedon@gmail.com Activities: Don first came to Asia in 1975 when he was appointed Vice President, Asia for Lavalin International, establishing offices in Manila, Singapore, Jakarta, Vietnam and Thailand. Don helped to successfully establish Canada’s largest engineering firm in Southeast Asia and personally participated in the tendering and award of over 50 consulting engineering contracts in Transportation, Energy and Infrastructure development. Moving to Thailand in 1989 to support contract negotiations for an elevated transit project which unfortunately was cancelled in 1992, he continued to pursue opportunities in Asia for SNC-Lavalin. Subsequently joining Bombardier Transportation in 1997 he established a regional sales and marketing office to pursue transit opportunities for the world’s leading mass transportation company. He continues to represent Bombardier Transportation in Thailand for the Systems Division responsible for business development and sales of mass transportation systems.

James Gregory Goldhawk Head of Office Canadian High Commission / Johannesburg Trade Office 10 Arnold Road, Rosebank Johannesburg, South Africa Email: greg.goldhawk@international.gc.ca Website: www.southafrica.gc.ca Activities: The Canadian High Commission’s Office in Johannesburg is responsible for promotion of Canadian commercial interests in sub-Saharan Africa. Like our sister organization in Bangkok – the Embassy of Canada – we support the efforts of Canadian firms which have focused on sub-Saharan markets for products and services, and work to match these with African and other foreign partners. We also provide support to the many Canadian firms with existing or prospective investment interests in southern Africa, and African firms seeking investment opportunities in Canada. Let us make the introductions! You can contact us directly or through our colleagues of the Canadian Embassy in Bangkok.

Activities: The Bangkok office serves client organizations as trusted advisors, partnering with them to provide a comprehensive suite of leadership advisory solutions, including executive search, leadership consulting and services for boards of directors. The office provides service throughout Southeast Asia and brings more than 12 years of experience in the region with a special emphasis on consumer, financial services and industrial markets. In addition to executive search, our experienced professionals offer leadership assessment and talent management services as part of our consultative approach to fulfilling our clients’ needs.

John Steele 41/4 Soi Chatgaew Suthisan Winitchai Bangkok, 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 81-819-9085 Fax: 66 (0) 2274 7510 Email: jsteele@minesasia.com Activities: Arrived in Thailand in 1984 where he has focused his professional career on mining and mineral exploration in Thailand and surrounding countries. Offered services are in the areas of mining, data processing and consulting.

John Stevens john@stonelotus.asia Tel: +6681 862 4276 Activities: John Stevens is a Canadian entrepreneur living in Bangkok with business interests in Asia Pacific. John is Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Stonelotus Capital which provides angel investment and strategic support to start-ups and early stage businesses in Southeast Asia. Formerly, John was Managing Director of Carrot Rewards Co., Ltd - the loyalty and membership program for Rabbit Card - Thailand’s leading mass transit and retail smartcard.

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Individual Members Prior to Carrot Rewards, John was founder and Managing Director of Point of View (POV) Media Group – a leading media company headquartered in Thailand which operates one of the largest digital out of home advertising networks in Southeast Asia. John has been involved in a number of startups, primarily in publishing, media and online marketing and has been awarded “Entrepreneur of the Year” by CANCHAM Thailand. John currently serves as Vice President of CANCHAM Thailand.

MICHEL DORVAL, M.SC, DIC, P. ENG Infrastructure Development Specialist 19/357 Sukhumvit Suite Apartments Sukhumvit Soi 13, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 89 822 2851 Email: micheldorval@yahoo.com Website: www.micheldorval.com Activities: I am a professional engineer with 28 years of experience in the planning and realization of civil infrastructure projects – mostly in transport, with the last ten years focusing in South East Asia.

Innovation Award 2005 Keith S. Crosby, P.Geo. Manager, Technical and Engineering Asia Pacific Potash Corporation, Ltd. And Senior Geological Advisor to Italian Thai Mining Co., Ltd. 2034/159 Italthai Tower New Petchburi Road Bangkapi, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 2716 0297-8 Fax: 66 (0) 2716 0541 Email: kcrosby@appc.co.th Activities: Asia Pacific Potash Corporation Ltd. (APPC) has plans to develop, once a mining license is approved, the world-class Udon South potash deposit in Northeast Thailand. This project will provide significant benefits to Thailand. Substantial employment opportunities will be created in one of the poorer provinces of Thailand and, over the mine life, the project will contribute US$10 billion to Thailand’s balance of payments through exports and import substitution.

As an independent consultant, I am advising the major donors involved in the region, including the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, as well as several engineering firms, investment groups and contractors. A large number of my projects consist in providing support, institutional, managerial or technical, to Ministers and high-level decision makers in government organizations. For example, I have had the opportunity to work with nearly all the transportation and public works ministries in the region and recently completed a large road safety improvement project in Vietnam. I have occupied the position of Regional manager for Dessau International, a Montreal-based engineering company, and regularly act as team leader on multidisciplinary projects for several international engineering firms. I believe that my experience has provided me a unique understanding of the difficulties to operate in the region and on how to build a successful relationship with Asian partners. Do not hesitate to visit my web site or to contact me to discuss how I can assist your activities in this captivating part of the world. Michel Dorval, MSc, DIC, P. Eng

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KEITH JOHNSTON Independent Consultant Specializing in Business Modelling and Strategic Development for Science Based Ventures Tel: +66 81 815 6630 Email: kj@keithjohnston.info Activities: Formerly a senior executive for an international metals and minerals trading company, I have invested in developing expertise in genetics and biotechnology fundamentals. My most recent activities have been related to the development of genomics based personalized medicine models for both public and private sector entities.

Parwinder S. Sadana Citizenship & Immigration Practitioner Service Links Canada (Thailand) Co. Ltd. Canadian Citizenship & Immigration Services #116 - 973 Ploenchit Road, President Towers, 10th Floor. Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 THAILAND Tel: +66 2 656 1543 Fax: +66 2 656 1544 Email: info@servicelinks.ca www.servicelinks.ca, www.studylinks.ca Canada Office: Service Links Canada Inc. Canadian Citizenship & Immigration Services 207-B, 2099 Lougheed Hwy Port Coquitlam, BC. Canada. V3B 1A8 Tel: 604-944-7912 Fax: 604-944-7913 Email: co@servicelinks.ca www.servicelinks.ca

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Individual Members Activities: At Service Links Canada Inc. we practice immigration practice exclusively. With 8 years of experience and several hundred satisfied clients who have been able to start a new life in Canada, we have a broad and deep understanding of the immigration process, both in theory as well as in practice. We are able to make our experience work for you and for your family, to provide straight and uncomplicated answers to many questions that immigration clients have and, most importantly, to produce results and an immigration visa in your hands in as little amount of time as possible. We have grown into a leading consulting firm one client at a time, and we service each client as though it was our only client, with attention to detail and with an understanding of how important the immigration process is to our clients’ future. We are honored to serve and represent you, our valued clients, with the highest standards of representation in Canadian immigration law. We are a team of certified members of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)., a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC)., Fellow of the Canadian Migration Institute (CMI.), and Commissioner of Oaths of British Columbia. Professional Services: Study/Work Program for Canada Marriage / Common-Law Sponsorship immigration Express Entry Skilled Workers Immigration Federal Investor/Entrepreneur Class Immigration Provincial Nominee Immigration

Pracha Raksincharoensak United Flour Mill Public Co., Ltd. 9th Floor, UFM Building 177 Rajawongse Road, Bangkok 10100 Tel: 66 (0) 2226 0680 Fax: 66 (0) 2224 5529 Email: pracha51@cscoms.com Activities: Mr. Pracha is Managing Director of United Flour Mill Public Co., Ltd. which manufactures wheat-flour and wheat-flour based products including frozen bakery goods and exports wheat bran, tapioca flour and related food products.

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Randal Glaholt Senior HSE Specialist International Environment Management Co., Ltd. 15th Floor, 5 Sithivorakit Building, Soi Pipat, Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 84 928 1092 Fax: 66 (0) 2236 6276 Email: rglaholt@yahoo.com Website: www.iem-thai.com Activities: More than thirty years professional experience. Specialist in environmental science and safety consulting. Extensive experience in environmental assessments, environmental planning, HSE management systems, marine and terrestrial ecosystems, environmental and safety audits, compliance reviews, facilitation.

RENÉ BOURGEOIS Managing Partner New World Education Company Limited (a.k.a. GoStudyCanada) 18th Floor, Sathornthani Building II, North Sathorn Rd., Bangkok 10500 Tel: (66)2-238-1752 Fax: (66)2-238-1753, Thai Mobile: (66)89-036-4908 Canadian Mobile: (1) 604-786-5048, Email: rene@gostudycanada.net Website: www.gostudycanada.net Activities: We are in the business of helping people come to Canada to live, learn and work. We can help students, workers, entrepreneurs, investors and families apply for study permits, temporary resident permits, work permits, permanent resident status and citizenship. New World Education Company Limited provides Education and Immigration consultant services at all levels (school and program selection, education coaching, familiarization tours, visa application, travel arrangements, orientation, homestay, airport services, insurance, full immigration services). We are the sole country representative for the Nova Scotia International School Program and representative for institutions across Canada.


Individual Members consultant on developing trade and investment potential both in Thailand and Canada.

RICHARD CAYNE Managing Director Meyer International Limited 399 Interchange 21 Building 23rd Floor, Sukhumvit Road, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2611 2561 Fax: 66 (0) 2611 2564 Email: Richard@meyerjapan.com Activities: Richard is a Managing Director of Meyer International Limited; a financial consulting firm which is a part of the MEYER group of companies providing wealth management consulting services with a focus on Japanese HNWI’s. The Meyer Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of Asia Wealth Group Holdings Ltd a financial services holding group listed in London UK.

SURACHIT (ART) CHANOVAN Managing Director Thailand Success Canada.org Canadian Education Office 1 Ramkhamhaeng 21 Road, Wangthonglang, Bangkok 10310. Tel: 66 2 318 7797 Mobile: 66 84 077 0707 Email: s.chanovan@successcanada.org Website: www.successcanada.org Activities:

Best Company for Eco-Friendly Products & Services 2004 Rui Belo CEO Art of Living Co., Ltd. 104 soi 33 Sukhumvit Road Klongton-nua, Wattana Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 2204 2030 Fax: 66 (0) 2204 2048 Email: ruibelo@gmail.com Website: www.artoflivingasia.com Activities: Art of Living Co., Ltd., is a manufacturer and exporter of home furniture and accessories. In addition it provides interior design services for commercial and home properties.

Sam Cohen Petroleum Geologist 126/36 Sampoom Garden #704, Sathorn Nua Road, Soi 14, Silom Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2637 7920 Fax: 66 (0) 2637 7900 Email: aerexpth@loxinfo.co.th Activities: Mr. Cohen is a petroleum geologist and a consultant in the petroleum, energy, agricultural and educational sectors. He is also a

• A centre for Thai students/parents/local schools’ counselors in obtaining advice and counseling about Canadian Education and to continue representing Canadian education office with full integrity. • A source of knowledge for Thai education agents with consultation, certification, training and agents’ seminars to raise awareness of Canadian Education to their staffs. • Organize Canadian Education Fairs/Forums and working in alliance with offices in Vietnam, Singapore and Indonesia. • Representative of Canadian institutions in Thailand in order to promote awareness of their institutions to local schools, colleges and universities, general public and education agents alike through seminars, exhibitions and presentations etc.. • Assist Canadian institutions in all areas when recruiting students in Thailand including school visits, agent visits, accommodation and transportation needs etc. • A one stop service for Thai public in consulting about studying in Canada in all aspects and help organize their travel plans. • A leader in bringing Thai students to Canada for educational tours. • Outreach, presentations and showcasing events, exhibitions about Canadian education and its institutions in BKK and upcountry at local institutions comprise of international schools, local schools, colleges, universities and the general public. • The one and only popular local website in Thai for public about Canadian education with links to all supporting Canadian institutions’ websites.

Best Professional Services Award 2006 TIM CORNWALL, PHD Managing Consultant Speech Work Consultancy Co., Ltd. Liberty Place, Suite 111 42 Sukhumvit Road, Soi 22 Klongton, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110 Mobile: 081 834 8982 Email: cornwall.tim@gmail.com Websites: www.speechwork.co.th, guided-ielts.com, bangkoksnowremoval.com, thaiednet.org Year 2015-2016 Resource & Member Directory

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Activities: Dr Tim is a full-time faculty member with Sasin Business English at Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University where he is responsible for providing English language education and graduate courses in communication. Dr Tim runs Thailand Educators Network (TEN) created to bring educators together to learn from the varied experiences that reflect teaching in Thailand and to complement and support organizations, events and conferences already available for educators working in any English language medium educational institution or private sector training enterprise. Involved with the Rotary Club of Bangkok South for over 15 years, Tim is currently Fund Raising Director. He is also involved with Bangkok Advanced and Capitol Toastmasters Clubs both of which he helped to establish. His company, Bangkok Snow Removal, offers unique corporate calendars and cards featuring Bangkok scenes with and without a blanket of snow, along with other series of watercolors and line drawings.

Tyson Dunlop Area Manager for SEA – PE and PDS 11th and 15th Fl., 123 Suntowers Building-B Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd., Jompol, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, TH Tel: (66) 2-278-8100 Direct Line: (66) 2-278-8133 Mobile: (66) 92-261-5630 Tyson Dunlop is the Area Manager for South East Aisa and is responsible for two product service lines at Halliburton Energy Services; Production Enhancement and Production Solutions. Halliburton is one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. With over 75,000 employees, representing 140 nationalities in over 80 countries, the company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir – from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction and completion, and optimizing production through the life of the field. Halliburton comprises 13 product service lines (PSLs). The PSLs operate in two divisions: Drilling and Evaluation, and Completion and Production. Halliburton’s PSLs are primarily responsible and accountable for service execution, strategy, technology development, process development, and people development.

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Jamil Demyati Yuvaves International Co., Ltd. 1032/39 New Petchaburi road Soi 32, Makkasan, Rachatwei, Bangkok 10400 Thailand Tel: +66 2-000-9570 Email: info@yuvaves.co Activities: Yuvaves international is a young trading company dealing with imports and exports. Our main products are cosmetics and f & b products. We are always looking for interesting products for Thailand and other international markets.

Muhammad Shahzad (Shaz) Managing Director GR Carpet Co., Ltd 69/53 OMNI Complex, 69 Sukhumvit Soi 4, Sukhumvit Road, Khlongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66-2-254-1125 Fax: + 66-2-254-1126 Mobile: +66-8-1400-3845 Email: grcarpets@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/gr.carpets Member of BNI Inspire Thailand. Activities: GR carpets has been in business for 40 years, supplying handknitted Carpet from Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan and other central Asian countries. It also provides cleaning, repairing, edging, stain removing, fringe fixing, stretching & other services for its customers.


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Index by Sector Accounting/Audit Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jaiyos ............................................ 65 KPMG Phoomchai Group .......................................................... 78 MBMG Group Investment Advisory .......................................... 81 Mazars (Thailand) Ltd. ............................................................... 81 MSNA Ltd. ................................................................................. 82 PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd. ..................... 84 RSM Advisory (Thailand) Ltd. ................................................... 87

Aerospace/Aircraft CHC South East Asia Co., Ltd. ................................................. 63 Raydant International Co., Ltd. ................................................ 86

Airline Air People International Co., Ltd. ............................................. 55 Bernard A. (Bernie) Keller (Maximus Aviation Co., Ltd.) ......... 110

Architectural RDG Services Ltd. .................................................................... 86

Automotive Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd. ............................................ 79 Thairung Partners ...................................................................... 96

Banking Bangkok Bank PCL .................................................................. 58 Bank of Nova Scotia, The .......................................................... 59 Thanachart Bank PCL .............................................................. 96

Biotechnology Lallemand Inc. ......................................................................... 105

Cargo Handling Air People International Co., Ltd. .............................................. 54 CEA Project Logistics (Cranes and Equipment Asia Co., Ltd.).. 63

Construction AMP Solar Group ...................................................................... 55 AD ASIA Consulting Co., Ltd. .................................................... 54 SNC-Lavalin (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ............................................ 107

Consulting Access Asia Consulting Co., Ltd. ............................................ 104 AD Asia Consulting Co., Ltd. ..................................................... 54 Aziam Burson-Marsteller Co., Ltd. ........................................... 58 Barbara Kitsco ......................................................................... 110 Chat Laohathai (Cauley International (Thailand) Co., Ltd.) ..... 111 Christopher Webber (Mainstream International Co., Ltd.) ...... 111 David McDonald A. F. ............................................................. 111 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jaiyos .............................................. 65 Jeffrey Stryker ......................................................................... 112 John Stevens .......................................................................... 112

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KPMG Phoomchai Group .......................................................... 78 Michel Dorval ........................................................................... 113 Sam Cohen (Sage Consult) ..................................................... 115 Surachit (Art) Chanovan (Success Canada.Org) ..................... 115 Tim Cornwall (Speech Work Consultancy Co., Ltd.) ............... 115 XPC – Cross Pacific Connections .......................................... 101 Yamira Co., Ltd. ....................................................................... 101

Consumer Products Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd. ................................................... 61 Pracha Raksincharoensak (United Flour Mill Public Co., Ltd.).114 Doi Chaang Coffee Company ................................................. 105 Jamil Demyati ......................................................................... 116 Mohammad Shahzad ............................................................. 116 Siam Canadian Group Ltd. ....................................................... 91 Tra Mae Krua Co., Ltd. .............................................................. 98

Education Berkeley International School ................................................... 60 British Columbia International School ....................................... 62 Early Learning Centre Family Of Schools, The .......................... 66 International School Bangkok (ISB) ........................................... 75 KIS International School ............................................................ 77 Marine Institute (MI) ................................................................. 106 NIST International School ......................................................... 83 Right to Play Thailand Foundation .......................................... 107 Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University ...................................................... 88 Shrewsbury International School Bangkok ............................... 90 Siam Singapore International School ........................................ 92

Energy AMP Solar Group ...................................................................... 55 PTT Exploration And Production Pcl ......................................... 85 Sam Cohen (Sage Consult) ..................................................... 115 Tyson Dunlop ........................................................................... 116

Engineering AD Asia Consulting Co., Ltd. ..................................................... 54 CEA Project Logistics (Cranes and Equipment Asia Co., Ltd.) . 63 Fabrinet Co., Ltd. ..................................................................... 68 Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd. .................................................... 76 Premier Tech Chronos Ltd. ........................................................ 84 SNC-Lavalin (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ............................................ 107

Entertainment & Leisure British Club, The ........................................................................ 61 Kimberly Holdings Corp. ........................................................... 76 Major Cineplex Pcl .................................................................... 79 Sway Urban Eatery .................................................................... 94 Yum Restaurants International (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ................. 102 Flow House Bangkok ................................................................ 69

Environmental Consultant

International Environmental Management Co., Ltd. .................. 74 Marine Institute (MI) ................................................................. 106 Randal Glaholt (International Environment Management Co., Ltd.) ................ 114


Executive Search Smartcitypeople (Thailand) Recruitment Co., Ltd. .................... 93 Jeffrey Stryker (Heidrick & Struggles Recruitment (Thailand) Ltd.).......................................................................... 112

René Bourgeois (New World Education Co., Ltd. (A.K.A. Gostudycanada)) ........................................................ 114 Surachit (Art) Chanovan (Success Canada.Org) ..................... 115

Insurance

Exploration and Mining

Manulife Insurance (Thailand) PCL ........................................... 80

John Steele ............................................................................ 112 Keith S. Crosby (Pacific Potash Corporation Ltd.) .................. 113 PTT Exploration And Production Pcl ......................................... 85

Investment Advisory

Bangkok Bank PCL .................................................................. 58 Bank of Nova Scotia, The .......................................................... 59 Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jaiyos ............................................. 65 Thanachart Bank PCL .............................................................. 96

Christopher Webber (Mainstream International Co., Ltd.) ....... 111 MBMG Group Investment Advisory .......................................... 81 XPC – Cross Pacific Connections .......................................... 101 Canadians Resident Abroad Inc. / Canadian Investment Consultants ........................................ 104 Redev Properties ..................................................................... 106 John Stevens .......................................................................... 112

Food and Beverage

Jewellery

Financial Services

Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd. ................................................... 61 British Club, The ........................................................................ 61 Flow House Bangkok ................................................................ 69 Kimberly Holdings Corp. ........................................................... 76 Siam Canadian Group Ltd. ........................................................ 91 Sway Urban Eatery .................................................................... 94 Tra Mae Krua Co., Ltd. .............................................................. 98 Yum Restaurants International (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ................. 102

Government Organisation Embassy of Canada, The .......................................................... 67 H.E. Mr. Gregory Goldhawk ................................................... 112

Health Care Bangkok Hospital ...................................................................... 59 BNH Hospital ............................................................................. 60 Bumrungrad Hospital Pcl .......................................................... 62 Fox Flight Air Ambulance/Asia Air Ambulance .......................... 70 Kluaynamthai Hospital .............................................................. 77 Rutnin Eye Hospital and Rutnin – Gimbel Lasik Centre ............ 87 Fox Flight Air Ambulance/Asia Air Ambulance .......................... 70

Hospitality Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel a Spa ........................................ 56 Conrad Bangkok ....................................................................... 64 Dusit Thani Bangkok ................................................................. 66 Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn Bangkok ....................................... 67 Four Points By Sheraton Bangkok ............................................ 70 Fraser Suites Sukumvit, Bangkok ............................................ 71 Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok ........................................................ 71 Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom ....................................................... 72 Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok ...................................................... 80 Minor Hotel Group ..................................................................... 82 Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit ....................................... 85 Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit ..................................................... 90 Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit ....................................................... 94 Swissotel Nai Lert Park ............................................................. 95 The Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok ............................... 100

Immigration Services Parwinder S. Sadana (Service Links Canada (Thailand) Co. Ltd.) ................................................................. 113

Artinian Co., Ltd. ....................................................................... 56 Senzu (Thailand) Ltd. ................................................................. 89 Thai Pak Enterprises Co., Ltd. ................................................... 95

Legal Services Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jaiyos ............................................. 65 DFDL ........................................................................................ 65 HLG (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ............................................................ 72 MBMG Group Investment Advisory .......................................... 81 Mazars (Thailand) Ltd. ............................................................... 81 MSNA Ltd. ................................................................................. 82 Natee International Law Office Ltd. .......................................... 83 PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd. ..................... 84 RSM Advisory (Thailand) Ltd. ................................................... 87 Siam City Law Offices Ltd. (SCL) ............................................. 91 Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd. .......................................... 97

Logistics Allied Pickfords - Thailand ......................................................... 55 CEA Project Logistics (Cranes and Equipment Asia Co., Ltd.).. 63 Hong Kong Transpack Co., Ltd. ................................................ 73 Fox Flight Air Ambulance/Asia Air Ambulance .......................... 70 JVK International Movers Ltd. ................................................... 75 Thoresen Thai Agencies Plc. ..................................................... 97

Manufacturing Chat Laohathai (Cauley International (Thailand) Co., Ltd.) ...... 111 Fabrinet Co., Ltd. ..................................................................... 68 Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd. .................................................... 76 Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd. ............................................ 79 Premier Tech Chronos Ltd. ........................................................ 84

Marketing Management Andy Hyde ............................................................................... 110 Ann Gibbs ................................................................................ 110 Aziam Burson-Marsteller Co., Ltd. ........................................... 58 IMAS Asia ................................................................................. 74 Tractus Asia Ltd. ........................................................................ 98 UBM Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ................................................... 99 Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations .......................................... 100 XPC – Cross Pacific Connections .......................................... 101 Yamira Co., Ltd. ....................................................................... 101

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Index Media/Printing Andy Hyde ............................................................................... 110 Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. ............................................ 89 Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations .......................................... 100

Non Profit Organisation Right to Play Thailand Foundation .......................................... 107

Real Estate/Properties AD Asia Consulting Co., Ltd. ..................................................... 54 MBMG Group Investment Advisory .......................................... 81 Redev Properties ..................................................................... 106

Relocation/Mover Allied Pickfords - Thailand ......................................................... 55 Hong Kong Transpack Co., Ltd. ............................................... 73 JVK International Movers Ltd. ................................................... 75 Santa Fe Relocation Services ................................................... 88

Technology/It Services Aware Corporation Ltd. ............................................................ 57 Clarity IT Co., Ltd. ..................................................................... 64 Forensic Technology AEC (Thailand) Limited ............................ 69 True Clarity Co., Ltd. ................................................................. 99

Telecommunications Loxley Public Company Ltd. ..................................................... 78

Transportation CEA Project Logistics (Cranes and Equipment Asia Co., Ltd.) 63 Don Lavoie (Bombardier Transportation) ................................. 112 Siam Wheels Co., Ltd. ............................................................... 93 Thairung Partners ...................................................................... 96 Thoresen Thai Agencies Plc. ..................................................... 97

Travel Services/Agencies Bernard A. (Bernie) Keller (Maximus Aviation Co., Ltd.) ......... 110 EXO Travel ................................................................................. 68 Siam Wheels Co., Ltd. ............................................................... 93 Smiling Albino Ltd. .................................................................... 93

INDEX BY COMPANY A Access Asia Consulting Company Limited ............................. 104 Ad Asia Consulting Co., Ltd. ..................................................... 54 Air People International Co., Ltd................................................ 54 Allied Pickfords - Thailand.......................................................... 55 Amp Solar Group........................................................................ 55 Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel .................................................. 56 Artinian Co., Ltd. ....................................................................... 56 Asian Tigers Mobility.................................................................. 57 Aware Corporation Ltd. ............................................................. 57 Aziam Burson-Marsteller Co., Ltd. ............................................ 58

B Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited .................................. 58 Bangkok Hospital ..................................................................... 59 The Bank of Nova Scotia............................................................ 59 Berkeley International School.................................................... 60 BNH Hospital.............................................................................. 60 Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd..................................................... 61 The British Club.......................................................................... 61 British Columbia International School........................................ 62 Bumrungrad Hospital Public Company Limited......................... 62

C CEA Project Logistics (Cranes and Equipment Asia Co., Ltd.) . 63 CHC South East Asia Company Limited.................................... 63 Clarity IT Co., Ltd....................................................................... 64 Conrad Bangkok ....................................................................... 64 CRA, Canadians Resident Abroad Inc / CIC, Canadian Investment Consultants (888)................................................... 104

D Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Jaiyos............................................... 65 DFDL.......................................................................................... 65 Doi Chaang Coffee Company ................................................. 105 Dusit Thani Bangkok.................................................................. 66

E The Early Learning Centre Family Of Schools ........................... 66 Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn Bangkok........................................ 67 The Embassy Of Canada........................................................... 67 EXO Travel.................................................................................. 68

F Fabrinet Co., Ltd........................................................................ 68 Flow House Bangkok................................................................. 69 Forensic Technology Aec (Thailand) Limited.............................. 69 Four Points By Sheraton Bangkok ........................................... 70 Fox Flight Air Ambulance/Asia Air Ambulance .......................... 70 Fraser Suites Sukumvit.............................................................. 71

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Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok ........................................................ 71 HLG (Thailand) Co., Ltd.............................................................. 72 Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom........................................................ 72 Hong Kong Transpack Co., Ltd.................................................. 73 Horton International .................................................................. 73

I IMAS Asia................................................................................... 74 International Environmental Management Co., Ltd.................... 74 International School Bangkok (ISB)............................................ 75

J JVK International Movers Ltd ................................................... 75

K Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd...................................................... 76 Kimberly Holdings Corporation ................................................. 76 KIS International School............................................................. 77 Kluaynamthai Hospital............................................................... 77 KPMG Phoomchai Group .......................................................... 78

L Lallemand Inc........................................................................... 105 Loxley Public Company Ltd. ..................................................... 78

M Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd ............................................. 79 Major Cineplex Public Company Limited .................................. 79 Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok ...................................................... 80 Manulife Insurance (Thailand) Public Company Limited ........... 80 Marine Institute (MI) ................................................................. 106 Mazars (Thailand) Ltd ................................................................ 81 MBMG Group Investment Advisory........................................... 81 Minor Hotel Group ..................................................................... 82 MSNA Ltd. ................................................................................. 82

Right to Play Thailand Foundation........................................... 107 RSM Advisory (Thailand) Limited............................................... 87 Rutnin Eye Hospital And Rutnin – Gimbel Lasik Centre............. 87

S Santa Fe Relocation Services.................................................... 88 Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University........................................................... 88 Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. ........................................... 89 Senzu (Thailand) Ltd................................................................... 89 Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok ..................................... 90 Shrewsbury International School Bangkok .............................. 90 Siam Canadian Group Limited................................................... 91 Siam City Law Offices Limited (Scl)........................................... 91 Siam Singapore International School......................................... 92 Siam Wheels Co., Ltd................................................................. 92 Smartcitypeople (Thailand) Recruitment Co., Ltd...................... 93 Smiling Albino Ltd...................................................................... 93 SNC-Lavalin (Thailand) Co., Ltd............................................... 107 Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit........................................................ 94 Sway Urban Eatery..................................................................... 94 Swissotel Nai Lert Park.............................................................. 95

T Thai Pak Enterprises Co., Ltd..................................................... 95 Thairung Partners....................................................................... 96 Thanachart Bank Public Company Limited................................ 96 Thoresen Thai Agencies Plc. .................................................... 97 Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd............................................. 97 Tra Mae Krua Co., Ltd................................................................ 98 Tractus Asia Ltd. (Bangkok Office) ............................................ 98 True Clarity Co., Ltd................................................................... 99

U UBM Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ................................................... 99

V

N

Vivaldi Integrated Public Relations ...................................... 100

Natee International Law Office Limited...................................... 83 NIST International School.......................................................... 83

W

P PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd....................... 84 Premier Tech Chronos Ltd.......................................................... 84 PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited........ 85

The Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok ............................. 100

X XPC – Cross Pacific Connections ........................................... 101

R

Y

Radisson Suites Bangkok Sukhumvit........................................ 85 Raydant International Co., Ltd................................................... 86 RDG Services Ltd....................................................................... 86 Redev Properties...................................................................... 106

Yamira Company Limited......................................................... 101 Yum Restaurants International (Thailand) Co., Ltd .................. 102

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Index by Company

H


Index

Index by name A

D

Adinolfi, Patitta Chinin ............................................................. Alexander-Piazza, Jacqueline ................................................. Ang, Argus ............................................................................... Arnold, Tony ............................................................................ Artinian, Arto ............................................................................ Atsawasuwan, Dr. Phiraphong ................................................ Azam, Danish ..........................................................................

85 66 92 75 56 68 95

Index by Name

B Baig, Mirza Arshad .................................................................. 95 Baines, Ann ........................................................................... 110 Balslev, Finn ............................................................................ 89 Barrow, Ian .............................................................................. 71 Bauder, Marcus ....................................................................... 80 Beckstead, David .................................................................... 97 Belonje, Linda .......................................................................... 77 Belo, Rui ................................................................................ 115 Best, James ............................................................................. 58 Bhirombhakdi, Santi ................................................................ 61 Bhirombhakdi, Vudha .............................................................. 61 Boonsong, Nitipong ................................................................ 97 Bourgeois, renĂŠ ..................................................................... 114 Brady, Sean ........................................................................... 101 Bunnag, Jay ............................................................................ 69 Burnett, Richard ...................................................................... 64 Butters, Mark ........................................................................... 87

Darch, John A. ....................................................................... 105 Darch, John M. ...................................................................... 105 Davies, Dr. Andrew .................................................................. 75 Decharkom, Suvimol ............................................................... 58 Dellepoort, Cristel .................................................................... 89 De Loughry,Niamh ................................................................. 107 Demyati, Jamil ....................................................................... 116 Despert, Jean Jacques ........................................................... 63 Dolcemascolo, Andrea ............................................................ 54 Donatelli, Thomas .................................................................... 88 Dorval, Michel, M.SC, DIC, P. ENG ....................................... 113 Drake, Mark ........................................................................... 105 Duangdee, Kobsak ................................................................ 101 Dunlop, Tyson ........................................................................ 116

E Ehrlich, Herman ....................................................................... Ellis, Michael ............................................................................ Evans, John ............................................................................. Evans, Meg ..............................................................................

64 55 98 82

F Forer, Darwin ......................................................................... 106 Fowler, Heidi ............................................................................ 62 Fraser, Daniel ........................................................................... 93 Funchien, Dr. Nantarat ............................................................ 92

C

G

Cadelina, Haidee ..................................................................... 81 Casella, John ........................................................................... 84 Cayne, Richard ...................................................................... 114 Chanate, Sranyoo .................................................................... 77 Chanovan, Surachit (Art) ....................................................... 115 Chapman, Richard .................................................................. 90 Charoenpan, Sunisa ................................................................ 74 Charoenphan, Pinit .................................................................. 96 Chartbunchachai, Sonchai ...................................................... 57 Chatikavanij, Wansit ................................................................ 78 Chinin Adinolfi, Patitta ............................................................. 85 Chin, Yvonne ........................................................................... 67 Chislett, Bill ........................................................................... 106 Chiu, Neil ................................................................................. 55 Chooto, Titiya .......................................................................... 56 Cohen, Sam ........................................................................... 115 Cornwall, PHD. Tim ............................................................... 115 Cresswell, Geoffrey Leonard ................................................... 86 Crosby, Keith S. P.Geo. ......................................................... 113

Gambles, Paul ......................................................................... 81 Gandhi, Muthiah ...................................................................... 99 Garvey, Chanelle ..................................................................... 94 Glaholt, Randal ...................................................................... 114 Glaser, Thomas ....................................................................... 71 Goldhawk, James Gregory .................................................... 112 Gooch, Derrick ........................................................................ 71 Gorton, Gary ............................................................................ 59 Gulkin, James Peter ................................................................ 91

122

CANCHAM THAILAND

H Haandrikman, William ............................................................. 94 Hanchanlash, Dr. Jingjai ......................................................... 78 Hanchanlash, Khunying Chamnongsri .................................... 87 Harvey, Jean-Francois ............................................................. 72 Henry, Joseph ....................................................................... 100 Hohmann, Roland ................................................................... 62 Holloway, Mike ........................................................................ 87 Holroyd, Stephen .................................................................... 90


Index

I Indhavivadhana, Tor ................................................................ 80

J Jain, Professor Dipak C. .......................................................... 88 Janchoo, Sukanya ................................................................... 66 Janson, Setphen ................................................................... 106 Jaroensin, Tanapa ................................................................... 92 Jaturonrusami, Thira ................................................................ 76 Jirapanitcharoen, Suchada .................................................... 71 Johnson, Lisa .......................................................................... 60 Johnston, Keith ..................................................................... 113

K Kaewchansilp, Dr. Soon .......................................................... 68 Kaewprajam, Duangjai ............................................................ 70 Kalisz, Matthew ....................................................................... 67 Kammee, Vira .......................................................................... 91 Kanjanakunya, Suwanich ........................................................ 67 Keith, Hamish ........................................................................... 68 Keller, Bernard A. (Bernie) ..................................................... 110 Khanchanawisittaphol, Paschara ............................................ 98 Khanchanawisittaphol, Settee ................................................. 98 Kim, John ................................................................................ 72 Kitsco, Barbara ...................................................................... 110 Kloosterhuis, Andrew .............................................................. 94 Krishnamra, Subhasakdi ......................................................... 65 Kuruzovich, Jared .................................................................... 83

L

Laohathai, Chatchawan (Chat) .............................................. 111 Lavoie, Don ........................................................................... 112 Lemoine, Dr. Raymond ............................................................ 62 Leopairote, Manu .................................................................... 99 Livingston, Ron D. ................................................................... 74 Long, David ............................................................................. 93 Low, Anthony ........................................................................... 95 Lubkim, Somjintana ................................................................. 68 Lucas, Peter Nicholas ............................................................. 70

M Macdonald, David A. F. .......................................................... 111 MacDonald, James .................................................................. 83

Mahagitsiri, Chalermchai .......................................................... 97 Marshall, Michael ..................................................................... 82 Mathelot, Michel H.L. ............................................................... 54 McCracken, James .................................................................. 99 Meseroll, Dennis ....................................................................... 98 Mitchell, Angus ......................................................................... 65 Mitchell, Judy ............................................................................ 59 Mokkamakkul, Kanoksak ......................................................... 58 Møller, Gregers ......................................................................... 89

N Na-Bangchang, Woraluck ........................................................ 85 Naidoo, Indren S. ..................................................................... 80 Narasimhan, Sudi ..................................................................... 62 Narkman, Nongluck ................................................................ 100 Nathan, Jack ............................................................................ 64 Nilodom, Wisarnsri ................................................................... 96 N., Thapanee .......................................................................... 107 Nukornavarat, Charin .............................................................. 54 Nukornavarat, Charunya ......................................................... 54 Nukornnavarat, Piyaporn ........................................................ 54

O O’Kennedy, Robert .................................................................. 80 Osterman, Katarina ................................................................. 88 Outerson, Dean ....................................................................... 88

P Padkaer, Claus ........................................................................ 59 Paenghom, Aurasa .................................................................. 86 Pao-in, Bussakorn ................................................................... 58 Patterson, Jim ......................................................................... 79 Patthananusorn, Pipat .............................................................. 56 Phaoenchoke, Kaewjai ............................................................. 96 Piatti, Eric ................................................................................ 95 Pisanswanya, Suwitchaya ....................................................... 54 Poncelet, Amélie ..................................................................... 60 Pongcharoen, Panadda ........................................................... 72 Power, Marlene ...................................................................... 106 Prapairat, Sudarat ................................................................... 70 Prasertsamran, Chitvaree ........................................................ 93 Prussky, Steven ....................................................................... 57

R Raich, Martin ......................................................................... 100 Rajan, Sunit ............................................................................. 64 Raksincharoensak, Pracha .................................................... 114 Ramiah, Rajen ......................................................................... 91

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Index by Name

Ho, Sonia ............................................................................... 106 Hughes, Gareth ....................................................................... 87 Hurenkamp, Rob ..................................................................... 81 Hyde, Andy ............................................................................ 110 Hyndman, Amanda .................................................................. 80


Index Reinikka, Olli M. ..................................................................... 104 Rizvi, Omar ............................................................................ 102 Rizvi, Sabina .......................................................................... 102 Rogers, Dave ........................................................................... 55 Rojanasomsith, Nirandorn ....................................................... 85 Roonsamrarn, Noossara ......................................................... 96 Rutnin, Dr. Sanpatna ............................................................... 87 Rutnin, Sirithorn ...................................................................... 87 Ryland, Matt .......................................................................... 100

Index by Name

S Sadana, Parwinder S. ............................................................ 113 Sangsitthiphan, Chairit ............................................................ 84 Sarai, Rayong ........................................................................... 86 Schaefer, Steve ....................................................................... 55 Severn, Sean ........................................................................... 78 Shahzad, Muhammad (Shaz) ................................................ 116 Shea, Barry .............................................................................. 76 Shea, Regan ............................................................................ 76 Siege, Marco ........................................................................... 84 Silachew, Jaismarn ................................................................... 59 Silalai, Prapha .......................................................................... 79 Sim, John ................................................................................ 84 Singh, Noel .............................................................................. 96 Somerville, Craig ..................................................................... 75 Souche, Audray ....................................................................... 65 Sriporamanont, Smith ............................................................. 57 Srisuriyachai, Sureeporn ......................................................... 57 Steele, John .......................................................................... 112 Stevens, John ........................................................................ 112 Stewart, John E ....................................................................... 79 Stewart, Natasha ..................................................................... 82 Stoutley, Andrew ..................................................................... 97 Stout, Raymond .................................................................... 105 Stryker, Jeffrey ........................................................................ 112

T Taecharungroj, Supranee ........................................................ Takala, Janne ........................................................................... Tanyaluck, Premrudee .............................................................. Thevenin, Jean Paul ................................................................ Thomsen, Thomas ................................................................... Thongdee, Asst. Prof. Natee ................................................... Trelcat, Bastien ........................................................................ Tungbenchasirikul, Dr. Sahanon ..............................................

124

CANCHAM THAILAND

83 54 61 97 99 83 72 65

U Umar, Muhammad .................................................................... 95 Unsworth, Michael ................................................................... 93 Uttasart, Chavalit ...................................................................... 91

V van den Bos, June .................................................................... 77 Vandergrift, Chandler .............................................................. 104 van der Ploeg, Nico .................................................................. 63 van Haren, Peter ..................................................................... 101 Vannasith, Wanpiti ................................................................... 92 Van Pelt, Derek ......................................................................... 92 Verma, Jitender Pal .................................................................. 97 Vincent, Steve .......................................................................... 58 Viriyanantawanit, Satasap ........................................................ 91 Visavotho, Pattra ...................................................................... 62

W Walsh, Les .............................................................................. 101 Wannasin, Supattra .................................................................. 86 Webb, Douglas ......................................................................... 78 Webber, Christopher ............................................................... 111 Westoby, John .......................................................................... 67 White, Michael .......................................................................... 74 Wilson, Daren ......................................................................... 111 Wilson, Lloyd ............................................................................ 60 Wongsaengarunsri, Jaturong ................................................... 73 Wongsaengarunsri, Krit ............................................................ 73 Woollacott, Gary ....................................................................... 73 Worapan, Thanyaphon ............................................................. 61 Wrensted, Paul ......................................................................... 69 Y Yaowaphruck, Sapathip ........................................................... 66 Yoopumepruek, Piyaporn ......................................................... 91


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