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Contents

Contents Ambassador’s Message President’s Message

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Executive Director’s Message

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Introduction to CanCham Thailand

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CanCham Thailand Board Members 2018

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Year in Review

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WHY JOIN CanCham Thailand? 23 CanCham Thailand Presidents - Past & Present

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CanCham Thailand Hall of Fame

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CanCham Thailand Constitution

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Canada - Thailand Bilateral Trade

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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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Directory of CanCham Thailand Members Corporate Members

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Affiliate Members

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Individual Members

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Young Professional Members

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Index Index by Sector

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Index by Company

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Index by Name

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CANCHAM THAILAND RESOURCE & MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY 2018 WWW.CANCHAMTHAILAND.ORG WWW.CANCHAMTHAILAND.ORG

CanCham Thailand In recognition of the increasing bilateral trade between Canada and Thailand, the informal Thai-Canadian 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 Thai-Canadian relationships. CanCham Thailand Year 2018 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 and partners 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@canchamthailand.org Website: www.canchamthailand.org Edition: 2018 edition closed June, 2018 Copyright: All rights reserved. Publisher: Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. 211 Soi Prasertnamukitch 29, Prasertnamukitch Rd., Chorakeabua Ladprao BKK 10230 Tel: +660-2943-7166 Fax: +660-2943-7169 Website: www.scandmedia.com Printing: Siamsilp printing co,. Ltd

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Foreword

Message from the Embassy of Canada Donica Pottie Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand, the Kingdom of Cambodia, and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Dear CanCham Thailand Members,

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s Ambassador of Canada, I would like to express my sincere appreciation to the CanCham President, John Stevens, and the Board of Directors, Chamber staff and members who volunteer their time and effort to advance Canada-Thailand commercial interests, in the spirit of the warm relations our countries enjoy. CanCham Thailand plays a key role in the bilateral commercial relationship between our two countries, and complements the work of Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service (TCS). Besides being a strong voice on key advocacy issues that impact shared Canadian and Thai business interests, the Chamber has increased its efforts in stimulating business connections by growing Chamber networks both in Thailand and in Canada and organizing events such as the February 2017 Women in Leadership seminar and the December 2017 Global Economic Outlook organized in partnership with the Embassy of Canada, the Thai Eximbank and Export Development Canada. The CanCham’s September 2017 Catch of Canada, which preceded the Embassy’s own Taste of Canada event, was a great success and yet another example of strong Embassy-Chamber cooperation. I encourage all members to take part in the events organized by the Chamber and to explore business opportunities with Canada.

Clearly many of you are doing just that. Bilateral trade between Canada and Thailand was $4.1 billion in 2016, up by nearly 1.3% over the previous year. Canada-Thailand bilateral merchandise trade for the first 11 months of 2017 reached $3.7 billion, up by nearly 2.7% over the previous year.

deepen this relationship in the context of a Canada-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement. I’m looking forward to progress on this file in 2018. 2017 was a difficult year for Thailand, given the mourning period for His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej. Canada demonstrated its abiding respect for His Majesty by sending Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada to represent the Government of Canada at the Royal Cremation on 26 October 2017. It was Her Excellency’s first overseas visit as Governor General and her attendance was a clear demonstration of Canada’s respect for His Majesty and a recognition of the close ties between Canada and the Kingdom of Thailand. The year 2017 also saw the modernization and expansion of the Canada-Thailand air transport agreement which allows Canadian and Thai airlines to serve any international airport in our respective countries. The new agreement, which replaces one from 1989, establishes an allowance of 21 flights per week for each country. It also enhances rights that allow airlines to extend Canada-Thailand services to third countries (otherwise known as fifth freedom rights) on up to seven of the 21 weekly flights. In closing, I wish the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and its members a successful and prosperous year.

Sincerely, Donica Pottie

All this means that Thailand is Canada's third largest export market in ASEAN and second largest overall trading partner in ASEAN. Both countries are committed to exploring ways to

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Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand, the Kingdom of Cambodia, and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic


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President’s Message John Stevens President

Dear CanCham Members and Friends,

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t is with a great sense of pleasure that we are able to present our 2018 CanCham Thailand Membership Directory. There is no better testament to the talent, creativity, and energy of our membership community than the resource you now hold in your hands. I have had the privilege of being associated with CanCham Thailand for almost 20 years – as a gopher, regular or board member, and as president. I am proud of the accomplishments of this organization and for being one of the most active chambers in Thailand - continually punching above its weight. I am also aware that chambers of commerce need to adapt to meet the changing needs of its members. What worked in 1998 may fall woefully short in 2018. Our evolving approach is to create value by offering a wide range of commercial and community-oriented platforms and activities that encourage engagement and meet particular needs and interests of our members.

The past year has been a strong one for CanCham's membership is up, community engagement is rising, and our events have been well received and better attended than ever before. We have renovated the CanCham office to a professional standard (in resplendent Canadiana) and the financial picture of the Chamber is improving. There is still more work to be done, but I feel confident that with an engaged membership, active board and motivated management team we can continue to build on this positive momentum.

I am also proud to announce the recent launch of CanCham’s “Sustainability and Smart Business” initiative. In partnership with Bombardier, the platform aims to increase engagement and offer a range of learning events for our members and the broader business community. Throughout 2018 and beyond, we will be focused on promoting themes and events including climate change, innovation and workplace equality. I would be remiss not to mention the special support CanCham receives from our annual partners. These include; Aware, Bombardier, Bangkok Hospital, Canadian Int’l School, Trends Digital, Mobile Iron, My Asia Internship Asia, Levco, Thanachart Bank and ISB Int’l School Bangkok. As well as; Allied Pickfords, Bumrungrad Int’l Hospital, Deloitte, Manulife, MBMG Group, KIS Int’l School, Lexicon. Without such support, CanCham would simply not be able to operate. I would encourage all of our members to support our annual partners, event sponsors and other fellow members whenever possible. Finally, I would like to thank the hard working CanCham team, led by our new Executive Director, Rose Swagemakers, Events and Marketing Manager, Khun Jen, Office Manager, Khun Ben and Editor/Content Manager Scott Murray, as well as our dedicated board of directors and advisors who volunteer significant time and resources to the betterment and support of CanCham. Onwards!

John Stevens President | CanCham Thailand

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Executive Director’s Message Rose Swagemakers Executive Director

Dear CanCham Thailand members,

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bove my desk, in my lovely renovated CanCham office, hangs a beautiful picture of four brightly coloured Muskoka chairs on a deck by a tranquil lake. Looking at it brings me right back to the many long weekends I spent teaching my young boys how to canoe, camp, fish, swim and snowmobile in Huntsville, Ontario, surrounded by some of Canada’s most breathtaking natural scenery. I’m sure several of you, our CanCham members, have similar memories. And while Canada is very rich in natural resources, our country also brings a wealth of business expertise to the world (renewable energy, wireless communications & digital media, business & financial services, automotive, aerospace, oil & gas, mining etc.) and promotes a progressive trade agenda. I feel privileged to have stepped into the role of CanCham’s Executive Director six months ago to represent my country abroad and the business interests of you, our valued CanCham members in Thailand.

CanCham Thailand, as I’ve come to know it, is an inclusive community of driven business professionals who are willing to share their expertise and long-standing network of contacts with others. With the support of CanCham’s supportive Board of Directors and advisors, I’m delighted to welcome new members to the fold each month and continuously look for ways in which we can add value to them and their business operations. Together, we’ve implemented a Smart Business and Sustainability Platform under which we are currently executing several business-focussed events such as our Women in Leadership (WIL) event in February and the Leadership in Energy Innovation event in May – both graciously supported by the Embassy of Canada – and an Education and Leadership event in October. All of these events enjoy the full endorsement and participation of Bombardier, our valued 2018 Sustainability Partner. In addition to these initiatives, CanCham’s new Board of Directors is currently exploring unique ways to engage the SME and start-up community in Thailand and is fine-tuning ideas to provide relevant business content for events. We also continue CanCham’s tradition of hosting the popular Canuck Connections networking evenings, always preceded by short business talks of interest. And our Brand Canada events

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such and Canada Day, Crystal Ball, Great Canadian BBQ and the Catch of Canada food event provide for ample opportunity to network and socialize. Communicating with our members is key and CanCham’s newly-designed, now quarterly Voyageur magazine with targeted themes of interest, gives you the opportunity to stay abreast of the changing business climate in Thailand, to learn about member and partner businesses and to share your expertise with the community. The driving force behind CanCham Thailand is definitely its dedicated board of Directors, led by re-elected President, Mr. John Stevens. As members, you are not always privy to what happens behind the scenes but let me tell you this; I have worked with many boards over the years, but few have been as dedicated and involved as the CanCham Board of Directors. My small, hardworking team and I are very grateful for their continuous input and support. They truly work tirelessly and enthusiastically on your behalf. All that said, at the end of the day, CanCham Thailand is an organization FOR you and BY you and I encourage all of you to become actively involved in the chamber. The more time you commit to CanCham to more you will get out of it, and we would love to see you at CanCham events! Now quickly imagine that cottage scene I was describing again; sitting on a deck, enjoying the beautiful outdoors with family and friends, refreshing beverage in hand while burgers are cooking on the grill – and you have an idea of what our Canada Day 2018: Canadian Cottage Party will be like. I look forward to seeing you all at the largest gathering of Canadians, colleagues, families and friends on Saturday, June 16. And I’m always here to welcome your thoughts, input and ideas for the chamber – so please contact me: ed@canchamthailand.org.

Rose Swagemakers Executive Director | CanCham Thailand


Platinum Partners

Sustainability Partner 2018

Gold Partners

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CanCham Thailand

Introduction to CanCham Thailand

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anCham Thailand was officially registered in 1991 as the Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce after expanding from the Thai-Canadian 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 in Thailand. Networking Networking opportunities are often considered a key reason for joining a Chamber. CanCham Thailand recognizes this need and works diligently to ensure its members are offered numerous opportunities to expand their networks and socialize. We offer business and educational events, Canuck Connections networking nights, joint foreign chamber gatherings and brand Canada events such as Canada Day, Maple Leaf Ball and the Great Canadian BBQ. CanCham Thailand members are also provided with the opportunity to partake in activities organized by the larger 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), Board of Trade (BOT) and other foreign chambers of commerce events.

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Business Briefings CanCham Thailand puts a real emphasis on providing its members with a variety of business briefings featuring a range of topics presented by field experts. Members receive a constant stream of relevant information to stay current about developments in Thailand and the region and can gain in-depth knowledge about particular sectors or topics of choice. Publications Voyageur Magazine (https://canchamthailand.org/voyageur-blog/) CanCham Thailand publishes a quarterly magazine (print and on-line) that provides in-depth articles on a variety of topics. Members are encouraged to submit articles to share their expertise or provide relevant information about their products or services. As well, numerous local and regional business leaders contribute to this publication. Magazine Distribution o CanCham Thailand membership o Embassy of Canada o Trade offices, other embassies and local Thai ministries o Business organizations and centres o Canadian chambers of commerce throughout Asia Resource & Member Directory (https://canchamthailand.org/member_list/) Printed annually and available on-line, the Member Directory is an invaluable tool for CanCham Thailand members to connect with one another and facilitate introductions and referrals. Each corporate member is provided with a half page, in-depth company profile and annual partners receive complimentary advertisements to augment their listing.


CanCham Thailand

The resource and member directory also includes invaluable references and contact information, essential for doing business in Thailand and Canada. Promotion & Brand Awareness CanCham Thailand actively promotes the brands, products and services of its members. A wide range of opportunities for increased brand awareness and promotion are available: Annual Partnerships - year-round, most in-depth visibility within CanCham community, annual exposure on CanCham website, Voyageur magazine and at all CanCham Thailand events Event Sponsorships – speaking opportunities and brand visibility during a variety of high-profile, targeted and well attended events Social Media – promotion of members’ initiatives and events on Facebook, LinkedIn and/or Twitter Direct Mail Campaigns – dedicated email marketing campaigns to a large subscriber base Website – advertising opportunities on high-traffic areas of CanCham Thailand’s website For more information, contact: info@canchamthailand.org. Advocacy CanCham Thailand members' interests are best represented to Thai Government officials and agencies through a shared joint foreign chamber of commerce voice. CanCham Thailand, along with other foreign chambers of commerce 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.

Sustainability & Smart Business CanCham Thailand believes that Sustainability is Smart Business. We have launched a new platform called “Sustainability and Smart Business” to foster member interest and expertise in work place quality issues, clean energy, environment, education and more. The Sustainability and Smart Business platform serves as a focal point for members and other stakeholders to engage and collaborate on some defining challenges and opportunities of our time. As a progressive chamber representing Canadian values, CanCham Thailand continues to be active in several CSR, sustainability and smart business initiatives. CanCham Thailand is investing in Thailand for the long-term and will continue its commitment to the Thai people. CanCham Thailand Website & e-newsletter Visit us at www.canchamthailand.org for: CanCham Thailand’s activities and event information Canadian community news Information about conducting business in Thailand & Asia Government legislation updates, white papers and relevant studies Member & other news: https://canchamthailand.org/ cancham-news Social Media We look forward to hearing from you and staying connected. Twitter: @Thai_Canadian LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/cancham-thailand Facebook: www.facebook.com/canchamthailand We look forward to hearing from you: info@canchamthailand.org

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The British School of Bangkok Ltd.

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Board Members

CanCham Thailand Board Members 2018 John Stevens President Founding Partner, Stonelotus Ventures John Stevens is a Canadian entrepreneur living in Bangkok with business interests in Asia Pacific. John is Managing Partner of Stonelotus Ventures, which provides angel investment and strategic support to early stage businesses in Southeast Asia. Since 2011, the group has funded and provided ongoing management support for several investee companies. John’s key areas of expertise include deal origination, fundraising, strategy, marketing and investor relations. Formerly, John was Founder and Managing Director of Rabbit Rewards - the loyalty and membership program for Rabbit Card - Thailand's leading mass transit and retail smartcard under BTS Group. Prior to Rabbit Rewards, John was Founder and MD of POV Media Group – a leading media company headquartered in Thailand which operates one of the largest digital out of home advertising networks in the country. John sold POV to VGI Global Media PCL in 2009.

David Beckstead Vice-President Consultant, Tilleke & Gibbins David Beckstead is a consultant in Tilleke & Gibbins’ corporate and commercial department, and is actively involved in the firm's energy & infrastructure practice group. David’s practice is focused on representing both lenders and borrowers in cross-border lending in the oil and gas, mining, renewable energy, telecommunications, and manufacturing sectors. David has also advised on numerous complex commercial transactions such as cross-border M&As, loan portfolio acquisitions, and joint ventures. David has been a Tilleke & Gibbins’ representative to CanCham Thailand for three years, and has served as a director at the chamber for the past year. He is originally from Ottawa, but his last home in Canada was in Montreal where he attended law school. David has been in Asia for a total of ten years, having previously lived in Japan, Mongolia and China.

Derek van Pelt Vice-President Partner, Stonelotus Ventures Derek van Pelt has been in the Kingdom of Thailand since 1997 when he came to serve the Thai Royal Family at Chitralada Palace School for a year. Mr. van Pelt is currently a Partner & Director of Smiling Albino Ltd. and Stonelotus Ventures Ltd. Mr. van Pelt has been on the CanCham Thailand Board of Directors since 2010 and currently serves as 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 for the Canadian community in Thailand.

Lawrence Cordes Secretary Brand Ambassador, Evian and Badoit Lawrence has been in Asia for over 17 years and has over 28 years of experience in Canada and Thailand in the hotel/restaurant operations. Lawrence worked as a Food and Beverage Director and General Manager in 5 star Hotels at Hotel Muse / ACCOR, Toscana Valley Hotels and Golf Resort, Six Senses Resorts and Spa's private business club and Group General Manager with several franchise restaurants such as Jones the Grocer, illycaffè, Mejico and Zambrero Mexican restaurants. Today, Lawrence enjoys being Brand Ambassador for Evian and Badoit mineral waters from France for Thailand concentrating on expanding the global brands reach into hotels and restaurants.

Dan McKay Treasurer Partner, Stonelotus Ventures Beginning in 1998, Dan McKay spent 10 years in Thailand with the Churchill Pryce Group working in corporate financial advisory, with a focus on debt restructuring and boutique M&A. He managed a team of 30 advisory staff (ex-patriots & Thai nationals), completing financial restructures carrying over USD 625 million of debt. Industries covered included: petroleum, property development, manufacturing, agriculture, and media. After returning to Canada with SGS for 7 years, Dan returned to Thailand to focus on investing in, and working with, early-stage businesses. As a director of the Stonelotus Group, Dan assists businesses in raising capital, setting strategy, and implementing business management systems.

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John Casella Director Managing Partner, PKF Tax & Consulting Services (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.

Natasak Rodjanapiches Director Managing Director, Oracle Corporations (Thailand) Natasak Rodjanapiches is the Managing Director for Oracle Corporations (Thailand). He has an overall responsibility for Thailand operations including Sales, Alliance & Channels, Marketing, Technical Support, Education and Consulting. He holds this post since 1997. In addition, between 2007 and 2010 he had dual responsibilities as Regional Managing Director covering countries including Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan and their related countries, Vietnam and their surrounding countries. All Managing Directors for these countries reported to him. Prior to Oracle, Mr. Rodjanapiches was at Tandem Computer International Incorporated. As Regional Director for Tandem’s Thailand, Vietnam and Lao operations, he was responsible for strategic planning, sales and support for all Tandem products and services.

Surachit (Art) Chanovan Director Managing Director, SuccessCanada.org Mr. Surachit (ART) Chanovan is a CanCham member in ‘good standing’ and well known to the CanCham Board.  As an active member of the Chamber’s Education Sector, he has been a strong advocate of quality education for Thai students and served as the Country Director of CanCham member company, Canadian Education Centre Network (CECN) – Thailand Branch until the network’s global closure in January 2010. He served as a CanCham Board Director for many years from his first year in 2003. Mr. Chanovan received CanCham’s Business Excellence Award in the “Best Canada-Thai Linkages” Category in 2003 for his efforts in promoting Canada as an education destination for Thai students.   Mr. Chanovan became the Managing Director of “Success Canada.org” from February 1, 2010 to the present.  Like CECN, this new entity follows the same pattern in promoting Canadian education to Thai students. Mr. Chanovan is an expert with extensive knowledge in areas of Education, Travel, International Relations and Transportation & Communications with his experiences working at various multinational corporations such as Regional Manager Asia Pacific of Amadeus and Country Manager of Air New Zealand. He was a graduate in International Relations from one of the finest State Universities in the U.S., University of Delaware, in which one of its distinguished graduates was former U.S.Vice-President Joe Biden.

Sunny Patel Director Managing Director, Trends Digital Ltd. Currently Managing Director at Trends Digital Ltd., providing Social Media & Digital professional services for International companies. Sample partner clients include Lenovo, Motorola, Mars International, Unilever and Minor International, among others. Trends Digital was founded in April 2013 and based in Bangkok, Thailand with a team of ~40 specialists providing solutions with platform partners such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Line (Naver), Twitter, and others. Services also include Social Media Monitoring, Social Listening, and Consumer Management software & tools for sentiment and social media intelligence. Sunny is originally from Montreal, Canada and attended University of Western Ontario (UWO) in London, Ontario with a BA (Honors) in Philosophy, MBA from INSEAD, and CFA designation.

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Board Members Ron Livingston Director President & CEO of International, Environmental Management (IEM) Mr. Ron Livingston has more than 30 years of professional experience in the management of natural resources. He holds a BSc. and a Masters Degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of Manitoba. Mr. Livingston is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of International Environmental Management, which has offices in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar. Mr. Livingston is also Chairman of Oxigon, a software company that specializes in Health Care Solutions. Mr. Livingston is a former Vice-Chairman and Director of the Board of Trade of Thailand, past President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce of Thailand and currently the Vice Chairman of the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce of Thailand.

Caroline Kwan Director Vice President, MBMG Corporate Solutions

Dean Outerson Director Head of Marketing & Communications, Sasin School of Management, Chulalongkorn University Dean Outerson has worked in Thailand for the past 11 years and has 27 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 seven out of the past nine 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.

Kelly Cailes Director

With over 20 years’ experience in Start-ups, Aviation Ground Handling, Investment, Marketing, and Customer Service principles, Caroline now leads the MBMG’s Corporate Solutions team to provide corporate/investment advice and facilitate strategic business transactions on behalf of a wide range of clients in South-East Asia and further afield. Notable achievements include the successful start-up of a new operation for a then US Fortune 500 company at Macau International Airport and Hong Kong International Airport as well as setting up the first Asia Pacific office in Hong Kong for the world’s largest philatelic agency headquartered in New York. Caroline first joined CanCham Thailand in 2017, narrowing the gender gap as the only female Director on the Board. During her term, her pro-activeness and attention to detail have put her stamp on CanCham’s premier activities including Canada Day, Maple Leaf Ball, as well as chairing the Women in Leadership event. Caroline’s family has been in Canada since the 1970’s. She has lived in Montreal, Ottawa, and Toronto. She studied and worked in the United States before being dispatched as an expatriate to Macau and Hong Kong. Caroline is also a Director on the Board of Thai-Hong Kong Trade Association.

Regional Business Development Manager AG Growth International (AGI) As the former Executive Director and board member of CanCham Thailand, Kelly has been directly involved with many sectors in Canada and ASEAN. He has built relationships with Thai Ministries and is directly connected to Canadian provincial and federal governments. Kelly's private sector network includes companies in Thailand, Canada and Asia as a whole. Maintaining and nurturing these relationships is key to supporting the efforts to increase Canada's footprint in Thailand. As a Project Manager and business person, Kelly has 23 years experience involved with multi-sectors and multi-disciplinary fields in Canada and ASEAN. Kelly has managed projects in Automotive, Logistics, Oil and Gas and Water Treatment. He has proven experience of cross managing Structure, HVAC, Electrical, Mechanical, Instrumentation and Fire. His ability to manage scope, cost, schedule and change have resulted in successfully securing new projects ranging from $500k to $30M. Kelly has commercially contributed on projects directly with estimation and sales teams, by collaborating to develop tender strategies that produce project awards. He is technically and commercially savvy and works with a sense of urgency while maintaining a high degree of passion. Kelly is a highly developed influencer, communicator and facilitator.

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Year in Review

Year In Review

Maple Leaf Ball Saturday October 7, 2017 Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit 57

June 2017 - May 2018 CHAMBER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES The following is a quick overview of CanCham Thailand’s major and recurring 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 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.

MAJOR EVENTS Canada Day Saturday June 17, 2017 British Club

The Maple Leaf Ball, CanCham’s largest Gala event of the year was once again a highlight for the Canadian community, their friends and associates. The event celebrated traditional “Thanksgiving” and was held on Saturday, October 7th at the Marriott Bangkok Sukhumvit 57 and supported local Thai charities. With a “MASQUERADE” theme, guests were all in colourful disguises and enjoyed Live Pop Opera entertainment by “FIVERA”. After a delicious three-course Thanksgiving dinner and entertainment by DJ Octo which had many dancing, the evening ended with some cool breeze and after-party cocktails at Octave’s rooftop bar.

Multi-Chamber Crystal Ball Business Luncheon Wednesday January 10, 2018 Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

CanCham Thailand joined with the Canadian International School of Thailand in celebrating our diversity for Canada’s 150th birthday on Saturday June 17th at Bangkok’s British Club. At Canada Day this year, the festivities were bigger and better than ever. To make the most of this historic event, CanCham came up with the new “Market Place” culinary experience. Those in attendance indulged their senses and celebrated Canada’s multicultural heritage with a variety of beverages including Canadian beer, Bloody Caesars, and wine, all offered up alongside food vendors, who served up some of the tastiest dishes from around the world. As usual, people gathered for a range of games and activities, including cheering on the CanCham Thailand ball hockey team, while kids enjoyed the bouncy castle, games and a magician, and challenged each other to a tug-of-war competition. Live music and DJ entertained the attendees and to close out the night, a representative from the Embassy of Canada cut the official Canada Day cake.

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The first premier multi-chamber event of the year, CanCham Thailand in collaboration with Embassy of Canada, Bank of Singapore, the Thailand Development Research Institute, The International Labour Organization, and Oracle Corporation (Thailand) hosted a Multi-Chamber Crystal Ball Business Luncheon at the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, which brought together more than 165 business leaders from many sectors, offering guests a lively and interactive discussion for a


Year in Review look ahead at some of the key financial, political, labour and communications trends likely to impact Thailand’s economy in the coming year.

The Great Canadian BBQ Saturday January 27, 2018 Canadian Ambassador Official Residence

Women in Leadership - The Path to Becoming a Leader Wednesday February 21, 2018 Dusit Thani Bangkok Hotel

Our second “Women in Leadership – The Path to Becoming a Leader” business luncheon, was staged by CanCham Thailand in collaboration with the Embassy of Canada, and multiple foreign chambers. It was sponsored by Trends Digital Agency, Bombardier Transportation Signal (Thailand) Ltd. and Tilleke & Gibbins. The event aimed to open up a discussion about what makes leadership possible for women in all sectors of society and was led by esteemed panelists including Marie-Louise Hannan, Canada's Ambassador to ASEAN, who sparked engaging conversation. More than 250 people packed the ballroom at the Dusit Thani Bangkok Hotel to hear a powerhouse panel of Thai and international women share their experiences climbing the career ladder and breaking through the glass ceiling.

The Embassy of Canada, together with CanCham, organized the Great Canadian BBQ on Saturday January 27th. H.E. Donica Pottie graciously opened up the official residence for CanCham members and guests, who enjoyed an acoustic band, delicious food, a BBQ by BISTRO 33, special craft beer from Polar Beer and exciting raffle draws. The evening ended with some cool breeze, after-party cocktails and beers at Smalls.

Annual General Meeting Thursday March 29, 2018 Hansar Hotel Bangkok CanCham Thailand hosted it’s 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM) prior to the first 2018 Canuck Connections Networking event, featuring the Canadian Craft Beer Extravaganza. As usual, CanCham’s AGM offered an excellent opportunity for members to share their views, hear from the outgoing board about the performance of the chamber, and elect the new board that will help steer the chamber’s future activities. In this event, CanCham’s new board of directors for 2018-19 was elected. Members include from left, top row: Kelly Cailes, Lawrence Cordes (Secretary), John Stevens (President), Derek van Pelt (Vice President), Dan McKay (Treasurer). From left, bottom row: Natasak Rodjanapiches, Ron Livingston, Rose Swagemakers (Executive Director), Surachit Chanovan, Caroline Kwan, David Beckstead (Vice President), Dean Outerson. Not Pictured: Sunny Patel, and John Casella.

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Year in Review

CANCHAM EVENTS JULY 19, 2017 - CanCham Exclusive Charity Networking & Movie Night - Dunkirk AUGUST 3, 2017 - ReDev Properties - Lunch & Learn, "Shopping Plaza Ownership Opportunity" AUGUST 23, 2017 - Catch of Canada Canuck Connections AUGUST 29, 2017 - Chiang Mai Connect Networking Event OCTOBER 4, 2017 - CanCham Business Luncheon - Alberta’s Pivot to Asia: Opportunities for Thailand NOVEMBER 15, 2017 - Multi Chamber Fiesta Networking NOVEMBER 17, 2017 - YWCA Diplomatic Charity Bazaar 2017 NOVEMBER 18, 2017 - Care for Cancer - 2017 Fun Run NOVEMBER 23, 2017 - Getting to Know You Canada – The International Women’s Club of Thailand NOVEMBER 23, 2017 - Canadian Author New Book Launch NOVEMBER 24, 2017 - Canadian Tax Talk for Expats and Investors DECEMBER 1, 2017 - EDC Luncheon - Global Economic Outlook DECEMBER 16, 2017 - CanCham Christmas Brunch JANUARY 1, 2018 - Multi-Chamber Crystal Ball Business Luncheon JANUARY 27, 2018 - Great Canadian BBQ FEBRUARY 8, 2018 - Chiang Mai Connect MARCH 14, 2018 - MobileIron VIP Luncheon MARCH 29, 2018 - AGM & Canuck Connections Networking night: Canadian Craft Beer Extravaganza APRIL 25, 2018 - Multi-Chamber Business Talk: Making It Rain, "Start-ups, raising money, valuations & selling your business" MAY 23, 2018 - Multi-Chamber Business Luncheon: Canadian Leadership in Energy Innovation

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CanCham Thailand Hall of Fame

CanCham Thailand Hall of Fame Origin of the Award: The 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 Canadian-Thai relations over the years.

Basis for selection: Candidates for selection to the CanCham Thailand Hall of Fame shall be chosen by CanCham’s Executive Board based on their contributions to the Chamber’s managerial or executive ability; the development of the Canadian-Thai business community and their character.

HALL of FAME

SAM COHen “The heart and soul of CanCham Thailand” is how Sam Cohen has been described. Indeed, if CanCham had a favourite member award, Sam would have probably won it as many times as it was contested. The Calgary native studied petroleum engineering at the University of Oklahoma. He first came to Thailand in 1982 to develop the fields in the Gulf of Thailand. In 1988, he came back to stay working with the Petro Canada International Assistance Campaign (PCIAC) to set up the exploration and production side of the Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT-EP). Not long after being called up to Thailand for his second assignment, Sam met Sumon, who became his second wife and has been his constant companion ever since. Sam has three children (Gil. Don and Chari) with his first wife, Gea. An avid sailor and motorcyclist, Sam has sailed many of Thailand’s waterways and driven many of its highways on his 1300cc Harley. Besides being President of CanCham (then the TCCC) in 1994 and 1995, Sam served as a representative of the government of Alberta in Thailand, chaired the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand, and was the secretary for the organizing committee of the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta. Sam’s mantra is the three P’s: patience, perseverance and presence. Follow these, and you will do well in Thailand he says; they’ve certainly worked for Sam. Many people have been touched by Sam’s strength in his time in Thailand and few people have had an impact on a foreign chamber the way Sam has had on CanCham. Finding someone who has a nasty word to say about Sam is almost impossible and that’s very difficult in this day and age. A loveable bear of a man, Sam, one of the founding members of CanCham, has been a tremendous representative for the Canadian community in Thailand.

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CanCham Thailand Hall of Fame

HALL of FAME

Sean Brady Sean Brady, a founding father of CanCham Thailand, has been a driving force behind the growth and development for 27 years. Sean was probably destined to spend the bulk of his professional life in Asia after he became one of the first Canadians to pursue Chinese and Southeast Asian studies at the University of Toronto and Cornell University in the 1960s. In his early years in the Canadian Foreign Service he was based in Hong Kong and visited China frequently during the Great Cultural Revolution. His second diplomatic posting was in Thailand from 1977-81 and led to his virtually lifelong fascination with Thailand. After posts in New York and Ottawa, where he was the Official Spokesman of the Department of External Affairs headed by Foreign Minister Joe Clark, and Singapore, where Sean served as High Commissioner (Ambassador), he returned to Thailand for good in mid-1989 to enter the private sector. In July 1989, Sean joined Sam Cohen, Don Lavoie, Jim Gulkin and others in the fledgling Thai-Canadian Business Club. He became the Founding President of the then Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce (TCCC), the forerunner of CanCham. As TCCC President, Sean could regularly be counted on for iconoclastic remarks from the podium in a successful effort to increase the profile and appeal of the business club and chamber in the early years. He has continued to be a prominent public speaker and a mentor to young leaders in the Asia Pacific region through organizations such as the Hitachi Young Leaders program. Sean also headed his own successful consulting company, Pac Rim International, for more than two decades. He is an active Rotarian and has been the President of the Rotary Club of Bangkok South. Though he has made his permanent home in Thailand with his wife of 25 years, Premsiri Devahastin na Ayudha, Sean remains a passionate Canadian with a dedication to increasing Canada’s footprint in The ASEAN region, with primary emphasis on Thailand. He is currently an Advisor to CanCham.

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CanCham Thailand Hall of Fame

HALL of FAME

PETER VAN HAREN Peter van Haren is a very deserving member of the CanCham Hall of Fame. He has served as CanCham's president at two different times: first from 1998-2001 and then from 2012-2015. He is easily one of our most recognized and high-profile members. His resume is quite impressive and includes being the Chairman of the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand for nine years, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trade for seven years, Advisor to the International Chamber of Commerce, Advisor to the Ministry of Industry, Advisor to the Thai Trade Representative and Director of the Thai-Finnish Chamber of Commerce. Peter first came to Thailand to work for Com-Link, which built and maintained telecommu­nication and fiber-optic networks. Hisjob was to coordinate the workforce and materials to get the project finished. He later became CEO of the SET listed company, Wiik & Hoeglund PLC and Executive Vice President of KWH Pipe Ltd. (Finland). Peter's Thai language skills are so good that he is one of the few foreigners to host a radio show in Thai (FM 96.5). This has given him an insight into Thai culture that few foreigners have. Peter proudly received an Award for Exemplary Use of Thai Language from the Thai Ministry of Culture, rarely given to non-native speakers. Peter is a successful handyman too, as he loves to work in his home wood and metal work shop. Building things, by first putting ideas into a 3d model cad design, then physically seeing them turn into something usable. A native of Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Peter also flies remote-controlled helicopters and drones, which he says is a great way to relieve stress. Peter enjoys teaching part time in the International Trade and Business Logistics (B.B.A) program at the International College at KMUTNB. He's also a regular course facilitator for the Institute of Directors (IOD). Using his charm, wit and intelligence, Peter has certainly carved a niche for himself in Thailand.

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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. CHAPTER II Objectives 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.

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Article 4 Membership shall be divided into three categories: 4.1 Ordinary membership 4.2 Affiliated membership 4.3 Honorary membership Article 5 “Ordinary members” shall be natural persons or juristic entities who have links with the country of Canada. 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. 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.

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 Application for membership shall be as 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.


CanCham Thailand Constitution 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 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.

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CanCham Thailand Constitution 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. CHAPTER VIII Management of the Board 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.

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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. 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.


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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 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

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.

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 include the date, time, venue and agenda of the meeting.

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. CHAPTER XI Alteration of the Constitution 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.

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CanCham Thailand Constitution CHAPTER XII Dissolution of the Chamber of Commerce Article 23 The Chamber can be dissolved by: 23.1 In accordance with Article 43 of the Chambers Act of B.E. 2509 (A.D.1966). 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. 23.3 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.

CHAPTER 13 Transitional Provisions 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. Article 25 In the interests of the provisions in Article 9, all of the promoters shall act as Ordinary members. Article 26 This Constitution shall apply as from the date the Chambers Registrar to the Bangkok Metropolis approved the establishment of the Chamber.

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.

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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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ขอ 8 เอกอัครราชทูตคานาดาประจําประเทศไทย เปนสมาชิกกิตติมศักดิ์และผูอุปถัมภของ


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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 35 า 3


ไดรับเลือกตั้งอยางนอย 9 คน แตไมเกิน 15 คน ซึ่งกรรมการจะเปนบุคคลธรรมดาหรือเปนตัวแทนที่ไดรับ CanCham Thailand Constitution มอบหมายจากสมาชิ กนิติบุคคลก็ได 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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.

ประธาน รองประธาน (2 คน) เลขานุการ เหรัญญิก

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ใ นประเทศไทย และถือสัญชาติประเทศ คานาดาหรือประเทศไทยก็ได

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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 38


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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 และ 13 แหงขอบังคับนี้ 39 7


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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 อ สมาชิก 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 40


CanCham Thailand Constitution ใหสงหนังสือเรียกประชุมสําหรับการประชุมครั้งถัดไปแกสมาชิ ก และไมวาจะมีสมาชิก 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ละครั้งจะเลือ กบุคคลตั้งแตห นึ่งคนขึ้นไปซึ่งไมใช ่ประชุ ญประจําปแตลลประจํ ะครั้งาปจะเลื อ กบุ้งสมุ 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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( นายปเตอร จอหน แวน ฮาเรน ) ประธานหอการคา

( นายนีล ลีออง ฉุย ) เลขานุการ


Thailand and Canada

Thailand and Canada

Thailand

Canada

Area

513,120 sq. km.

9,984,670 sq. km.

Population

69,183,173 36,950,000

Capital Bangkok

Ottawa

Language

Thai and English

French and English

Government

Constitutional Monarchy

Confederation with Parliamentary Democracy

Currency THB GDP

US$1,310 trillion (PPP est)

GDP Per Capita

US$18,943 (PPP est.)

Inflation Rate

1.60%

Unemployment

1.3%

CAD

$1.847 trillion (PPP est)

$48,265 (PPP est) 1%

6.3%

* 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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Canadian-Thai Trade

Canadian-Thai trade Canada-Thailand bilateral merchandise trade reached $4.0 billion in 2017. Canadian merchandise exports in 2017 were valued at $731.2 million and consisted primarily of wood pulp, precious stones or coins, aircrafts and space crafts, and fertilizers. Canada imported $3.3 billion worth of merchandise from Thailand in 2017. Imports consisted primarily of electric machinery and equipment, machinery and mechanical appliances, prepared meat and fish, and precious stones and metals. Thailand is currently Canada's third largest export market in ASEAN and second largest overall trading partner in ASEAN, after Vietnam. In terms

of bilateral trade in services, it amounted to $389 million in % 2016, $158 million in services exports to and $231 million in services imports from Thailand. According to Statistics Canada, in 2017, the stock of Canadian direct investment in Thailand totalled $174 million, up from $160 million the previous year. Thai direct investment in Canada in 2017 was valued at $23 million. Hereunder is a snapshot of the Canada-Thailand Trade and Investment relationship.

Hereunder is a snapshot of Canada-Thailand Trade and Investment relationship. Bilateral Trade

• 2017 bilateral merchandise trade: $4.0 billion. • 2017 merchandise exports: $731.2 million. • 2017 merchandise imports: $3.3 billion.

FDI and CDIA

• 2017 foreign direct investment (FDI) stocks in Canada from Thailand were $23 million, up from $1 million the previous year. • 2017 Canadian direct investment abroad (CDIA) in Thailand was $174 million up from $160 million the previous year.

People

• There were 1,285 Thai citizens studying in Canada for over 6 months with a valid permit as of December 31st, 2016. • Approximately 18,600 Thai citizens visited Canada in 2016.

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Useful Webpages

Thai Web Links For a more complete source of links please refer to www.canchamthailand.org. 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 www.eng.nesdb.go.th/ (In English) National Development Plans; social and economic data indicators. 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. 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 International Trade Promotion www.ditp.go.th 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

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

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 Authority of Thailand (TAT) www.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.thaiconsulatevancouver.ca Information on consular issues, tourism information on Thailand and has a current Thai news update service.

Tourism Information

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: toronto@thaitrade.ca 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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Useful Webpages

For a more complete source of links please refer to www.canchamthailand.org or 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 www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/ccc-rec.nsf/eng/home Searchable database of over 40,000 Canadian companies,  200,000 products, services, technologies and markets. Canadian Food Inspection Agency www.inspection.gc.ca/ Information dedicated to safeguarding food, animals and plants, which enhances the health and well-being of Canadian people, environment and economy. Canadian Importers Database www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cid-dic.nsf/eng/Home Strategies produced by Industry Canada, providing 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/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/eng/ Home 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.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/international-non-residents/businesses-international-non-residenttaxes/income-tax-information-non-resident-corporations. html Income tax guide for non-resident corporations who do business in Canada.

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Useful Webpages 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-accordscommerciaux/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. Taxes and Tariffs www.fin.gc.ca Information on taxes and tariffs from the Ministry of Finance.  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.tfocanada.ca/home.php 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. 

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 www.atlas.gc.ca Plan your vacation in Canada www.canada-tourism.ca

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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@canchamthailand.org Website: www.canchamthailand.org 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.canadainternational.gc.ca/ thailand-thailande/index.aspx?lang=eng 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/thailand-thailande/ offices-bureaux/consul_chiang-ma.aspx?lang=eng 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.ditp.go.th, www.thaitrade.com 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 Email: contact@thaiembassy.ca Website: www.thaiembassy.ca ROYAL THAI CONSULATE-GENERAL IN EDMONTON Suite 202, 10544, 114 St NW. Edmonton, Alberta T5H 3J7 Tel: (780) 439-3576 Fax: (780) 452-1610 Email: rtcgen@gmail.com 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 Email: 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 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 Email: thaitradetoronto@on.aibn.com, toronto.ditp@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 Email: ttcvan@telus.net

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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 400 Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA K1P 6E2 Tel: (613) 233 3925 Fax: (613) 233 7860 Email: info@tfocanada.ca Website: www.tfocanada.ca


Canadian Chambers of Commerce

Canadian Chambers of Commerce IN CANADA Ottawa

Provincial Chambers of Commerce

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

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

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: 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: 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: www.occ.ca/ Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ) 555 René-Lévesque blvd. West, Suite 1100 Montréal QC H2Z 1B1 Tel: (514) 844-9571 Fax : (514) 844-0226 Toll free: 1 800 361-5019 Website: www.fccq.ca

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CanCham offices in Asia Bangladesh Canada Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry Concord Tower, Suite # 504 (5th Floor) 113, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh Tel: +88 01713016 300 Email: president@canchambangladesh.org Website: www.canchambangladesh.org Cambodia Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia 30, Norodom Boulevard, 4th Floor BRED Bank Building, Sangkat Phsar Thmey 3, Khan Daun Penh (PO Box 7), Phnom Penh, Cambodia Tel: +855 (0) 96 31 11 1, +855 (0) 10 30 26 55 Email: david.marshall@sathapana.comkh, info@canchamkh.com Website: www.canchamkh.com Hong Kong Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong 10/F Unit B & C, China Overseas Building 139 Hennessy Road, WAN CHAI, Hong Kong Tel: 852-2110-8700 Email: carol_chan@cancham.org Website: www.cancham.org India Indo-Canadian Business Chamber 4-7C, DDA Shopping Centre, New Friends Colony, New Delhi – 110025 India Tel: +91-11-43005808 Email: nadira@icbc.org.in Website: www.icbc.org.in Indonesia Indonesia-Canada Chamber of Commerce World Trade Center 5, 15th Floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav.29 - 31 Jakarta 12920 Tel: +62 21 527 7890 Email: wely.kustono@iccc.or.id Website: www.iccc.or.id Japan Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan 508, 509 HULIC & NEW SHINBASHI, 2-11-10 Shinbashi Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0004 Japan Tel: +81 (0)3 6811-2391 Fax: +81 (0)3 6811-2393 Email: info@cccj.or.jp Website: www.cccj.or.jp Korea Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea 21 Fl, Seoul Finance Centre, 136 Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-768, Republic of Korea Tel: 82-2-554-0245, 82-2-554-0246 Email: minjuk@canchamkorea.org, eugene.song@canchamkorea.org Website: www.canchamkorea.org

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Macao Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Macao Alameda Dr. Carlos d’Assumpcao, No. 263, Edif. China Civil Plaza, 20 Andar, Macao SAR, China Tel: +853 2875 7510 Email: jacqueline.varga@cancham.org.mo Website: www.cancham.org.mo Malaysia Malaysia-Canada Business Council Pusat Dagangan Petaling Jaya Selatan, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Tel: +60-3-7785 0799 Email: mcbc@malaysia-canada.com, roger@visionaryzone.com Website: www.malaysia-canada.com Philippines The Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines Unit 1406 Antel 2000 Corporate Center 121 Valero Street, Salcedo Village Makati City 1200, The Philippines Email: julianpayne1000@gmail.com, cdelacruz@cancham.com.ph Website: www.cancham.com.ph Shanghai Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai Jing'An Kerry Center, Tower 3, 1228 Yan'An Middle Road, 22/F Tel: +86-021-6075 8797 Email: helene@cancham.asia, jason@cancham.asia Website: www.cancham.asia Singapore Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore 7 Jurong West Street 41, Singapore 649414 Tel: +65 6790 8632 Email: president@cancham.org.sg, execdirector@cancham.org.sg Website: www.cancham.org.sg Taiwan Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan Tel: 886-911-805-889 Email: info@canchamtw.com Website: www.canchamtw.com Thailand CanCham Thailand (Thai-Canadian Chamber of Commerce) 139 Pan Road, 9th Floor, Sethiwan Tower, Silom Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: +66-2-266-6085, +66-2-266-6086 Fax: +66-2-266-6087 Email: info@canchamthailand.org Website: www.canchamthailand.org Vietnam Canadian Chamber of Commerce Vietnam Unit C, 2nd Floor, The Landmark, 5B Ton Duc Thang St., District 1 HCMC, Vietnam Tel: +84 (0) 936 821 801 Email: pres@canchamvietnam.org, Nguyet@canchamvietnam.org Website: 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, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: +66 (0) 2254-1041 Fax: +66 (0) 2251-1605 Email: services@amchamthailand.com Website: www.amchamthailand.com AUSTRALIAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 20 Floor, Unit 203, Thai CC Tower 43 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: +66 2 210 0216 Fax: +66 2 675 6696 Email: office@austchamthailand.com Website: www.austchamthailand.com BELGIAN-LUXEMBOURG-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 973 President Tower, 10th Floor, Ploenjit Road Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: +66 (0) 2 656 0768 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: contact@bccthai.com Website: www.bccthai.com CANCHAM THAILAND 139 Pan Road, Sethiwan Tower, 9th floor, Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2-266-6085/6 Fax: +66 (0) 2-266-6087 Email: info@canchamthailand.org Website: www.canchamthailand.org DANISH-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 34 C.P. Tower 3, 9th Floor Tower A Phayathai Road, Ratchathewi Bangkok 10400, Thailand Tel: +66 2354 5220 Fax: +66 2354 5221 Email: contact@dancham.or.th Website: www.dancham.or.th FRANCO-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (FTCC) 5th Floor, Kian Gwan House III, 152 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 THAILAND Tel: +66 (0) 2650 9613-4 Fax: +66 (0) 2650 9739 Email: contact@francothaicc.com Website: www.francothaicc.com

GERMAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 14th Floor, AIA Sathorn Tower 11/1 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Tel: +66 (0) 2-055-0600 Fax: +66 (0) 2-055-0601 Email: info@gtcc.org Website: www.thailand.ahk.de INDIA-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE No. 13 Sathorn Soi 1, Thungmahamek Sathorn, Bangkok, Thailand, 10120 Tel:+662 287 3001-2 Fax:+662 679 7720 Email: info@itcc.or.th Website: www.itccthailand.com IRISH-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 47/7 Evanston, Soi Promprak Sukhumvit 49/6, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand Tel: 66 (0) 2652 0671 Email: contact@irishthaicc.com, info@irishthaicc.com Website: www.irishthaicc.com JAPANESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BANGKOK 19/F CRC Tower All Seasons Place 87/2 Wireless Road Kwang Lumpini Khet Pathumwan Bangkok 10330 Tel: 02-250-0700 Fax: 02-250-0705 Email: info@jcc.or.th Website: http://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 Thailand Tel: +66 (0)2 713 1175 Fax: +66 (0)2 713 1179 Email: info@jfcct.org, office@jfcct.org Website: http://www.jfcct.org KOREAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 6th Fl. Rajapark Bldg, 163 Asoke Sukhumvit 21 Road, Klong Toey Nua, Wattana Bangkok 10110, Thailand Tel: +66 2 204 2503 Fax: +66 2 204 2504 Email: ktcc@korchamthai.com Website: www.korchamthai.com NETHERLANDS-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 15 Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Road Bangkok 10330, Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2 254 6434 Email: info@ntccthailand.org Website: www.ntccthailand.org

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Foreign Chambers of Commerce NEW ZEALAND-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (NZTCC) 14 Floor, M Thai Tower, All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Phathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: +66 2 251 0214 Fax: +66 2 256 0129 Email: director@nztcc.org Website: www.nztcc.org POLISH-THAI BUSINESS CLUB C/o Martex Industries (Thailand) Ltd. 31 Soi Naphasap Yaek 1, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 66 (0) 261 8795 Fax: 66 (0) 260 1818 Email: eaglemon@asianet.co.th SINGAPORE-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 193/8 Lake Rajada Office Complex, 1st Floor Rachadapisek Road, Klongtoey, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: 0-2264-0680-4 Fax: 0-2264-0688 Email: marketing@singaporethaicc.or.th Website: www.singaporethaicc.or.th SOUTH AFRICAN-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Trendy Bld., 6th Floor 10/97 Soi Sukhumvit 13 (Saengchan) Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey-Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66 2 260 9380 (2 Lines) Fax: +66 2 260 9384 Email: satcc@satcc.info Website: www.satcc.info SWISS-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE #193/115; Gusto Grand Ramkamhaeng; Ratpathana Road, Sapansoong, Sapansoong, Thailand Tel: +66 (0) 2 – 136 – 7333 Fax: +66 (0) 2 – 136 - 7335 Email: secretary@swissthai.com Website: www.swissthai.com THAI-CHINESE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 9th Floor, Thai CC Building 889 South Sathorn Road, Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Tel: +66-2-6758577-84 Fax: +66-2-2123916-7 Email: info@ThaiCC.org Website: www.thaicc.org THAI-FINNISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Forum Tower 184/2 – 3rd Floor, Ratchadapisek Road, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310, Thailand Tel: +66 (0)92 929 6619 Email: tfcc@thaifin.or.th Website: www.thaifin.org THAI-HONG KONG TRADE ASSOCIATION Sathorn Square, 9th Fl., 98 North Sathorn Road, Silom Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand 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-ISRAEL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 14th Fl. Manorom Bldg., 3354/46-47, Rama IV Rd Klongtoey Bangkok, 10110 Tel: (+662) 672-7020 Fax: (+662) 672-7021 Email: thaisraelcc@gmail.com Website: www.thaisraelcc.com THAI-ITALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1126/2 Vanit II Building, 16th Floor, 1601B, New Petchburi Rd., Makkasan, Rajdhevee, Bangkok, Thailand 10400 Tel: 02 255 8695 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 Thailand Tel: +66 2650 8444 Fax: +66 2627 3042 Website: www.norcham.com THAI-PAKISTAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1179/39-40 Charoen Krung - 47 Siphraya, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Thailand Tel: (+662) 266 3584 Email: thaipakcham@gmail.com Website: www.tpcc.or.th THAI-RUSSIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 18th Floor, CP Tower,313 Silom Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok Thailand 10500 Tel: 086 - 069 - 6943 (Khun: Varalee Phaosawd) Fax: 02-625-7489 Email: admin@trcc.or.th Website: www.trcc.or.th THAI-SWEDISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 34 C.P Tower 3, 9th Floor Building A, Phayathai Road, Khwang Tungphayathai, Khet Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Tel: +66 (0) 2354 5229-31 Fax: +66 (0) 2354 5232 Email: contact@swecham.com Website: www.swecham.com THAI-TAIWAN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 2nd Fl. Royal Castle Tower, No.30/207 Sukhumvit Soi 39, Klongtannua,Wattan Bangkok 10110, Thailand Tel: (+662) 662-7335,02-2601500 Fax: (+662) 662-7382 Email: ttba@ttba.or.th Website:www.ttba.or.th INDONESIA-THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Room D201/15 Queen Sirikit National Convention Center 60 New Ratchadapisek Road Klongtoey,Bangkok 10110,Thailand Tel: +66 90 907 1108 Email: info@indothaicc.org Website: www.indothaicc.org


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Corporate Members

ABM Connect Co., Ltd. 16th Floor, Alma Link Building, 25 Soi Chidlom, Ploenchit Road Bangkok 10330 Thailand Email: seri.s@abm.co.th Website: www.bm.com

Andrew Michael Scarry Quality Environment Health Safety Manager | Speaker | Author | Trainer Tel: +1 416 287 8512 Email: andrewmscarry@yahoo.com

Representative(s): Steve Vincent, Managing Director Seri Sirinopwongsagon, Director - Business Relations

Background: I am currently working on assignments leveraging my global management experience in Health, Safety, Environment, Quality, Behaviour Based Safety, Continuous Improvement, Training, Emergency Response, Incident Investigations, Business Continuity, Management Systems and Regulations in the Oil & Gas industry within inter- and cross-cultural work environments. These matters are highly transferable outside O&G into other regulated and multinational settings. Prior to working in the Oil & Gas Industry since 1993 as a Commercial Diver, I worked in amazingly diverse roles resulting in fulland part-time employment in the following industries: Accommodation, Agri-/Aqua-culture, Construction, Food & Beverage, Forestry, Media & Broadcasting, Retail and Service. Personal experiences through travel, adventure and learning results in a unique perspective from which to develop ideas and thoughtful discussion.

Background: The professional team at ABM offers a full range of strategic digital, marketing, business, and corporate communications services. Our 45 staff members have the knowledge and experience that provides true value and measurable results for our clients. ABM’s integrated digital and traditional communications programs tap into a deep understanding of the local market and Thai culture. Our digital services include digital public relations, social media outreach, blogger and influencer engagement, and content marketing. We also handle traditional media relations, brand building, issue and crisis communications, organizational change communications, and corporate social responsibility programs. ABM’s training team delivers a range of customized programs including media training, crisis communications training, and digital communications training, designed for senior executives and your own communications staff. ABM turns innovative and practical thinking into sold strategies, backed by quality implementation. With a long history of proven results for some of the world’s biggest brands and Thailand’s most respected companies, we will deliver the same great results for you. ABM is an employee-owned affiliate of the Burson-Marsteller global network, part of the WPP Group.

I write, speak, coach and mentor within my professional and personal areas of interest in order to influence people seeking positive change in their personal and professional lives and organisations. Recent public speaking engagements provoke insight into personal and societal attitudes and beliefs in order to create positive change. I can work with you to offer articles, free and paid public speaking engagements, seminars, workshops, coaching and mentoring, product reviews and endorsements, and for single, multiple, short or long term arrangements. Products & Services: Public speaking engagements / training, cross cultural counseling, coaching and mentoring, product review & sales / agent, workforce engagement, employee behaviour based safety, influence and motivation. Other Information: Entrepreneurial activities and engagement with local and Canadian companies to develop and grow my start up business.

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ALLIED PICKFORDS (THAILAND) 882/2 Loft Lane, La Salle Road, Sukhumvit 105, Bangna Bangkok 10260 Thailand Tel: +66 2 361 3961 Email: info@alliedpickfordsthailand.com Website: www.alliedpickfordsthailand.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/AlliedPickfordsThailand

Representative(s): Michael Ellis, Managing Director Guy Ellis, Sales & Marketing Manager Patcharee Phanoiwong, Business Development Manager 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 600 wholly-owned and franchisee operations in key business markets in over 45 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 2006 by Lloyd’s Register Quality. Business Activity: Transportation & Logistics Products & Services: • International Packing and Moving: Door-To-Door Worldwide • Storage: Conventional & Air-Conditioned, Short and Long Term • Ancillary Services: Handyman, Pet, Vehicle shipping • Domestic Moving • Office Moves • Relocation Orientation Services

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Asia Clean Innovations Co., Ltd. 18/80-81 Young Place Building Soi Sukhumvit 23 Bangkok Thailand 10110 Tel: 0922731068 Email: aw@asiacleaninnovations.com Website: www.asiacleaninnovations.com

ASTRO SERVE (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 5 Soi Sukhumvit 39 (Promsak), Room 309, Wattana Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66(0)2 258 8814 Email: info_thai@astroserve.asia Website: www.astroserve.asia Facebook: www.facebook.com/AstroserveThailand

Representative(s): Anthony Watanabe, Managing Director

Representative(s): Wannisa Sukhom, Sales Representative Jean Renaud, General Manager Shigeru Okutani, Managing Director

Background: Cleantech: ACI holds exclusive distribution licenses for Canadian clean technologies in energy and air. In this role, we find partners and end customers for our innovative solutions. Clean Energy Projects: In addition, we support regional and international partners with project origination for clean energy opportunities. Consulting: And finally, we have done extensive work with international brands on greening the supply chain given the significant base here in ASEAN.

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Background: Astro Serve is a Professional System Integrator for Audio Visual and Conference Systems. We sell audio visual products, design & install. We can provide our client with a full project integration from start to finish. Products & Services: Astro Serve as access to many major brand names in the AV industry. Crestron, Extron, AMX, Kramer, TOA, Yamaha, QSC, Sony, Panasonic, Epson etc… We can offer our clients the best possible products available on the market for your project’s requirement. We offer AV consulting, design, installation, after sales service repair/maintenance as well as service contracts to maintain your equipment’s health & to make sure your system works properly every single time you need to use it.


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AWARE CORPORATION LTD. 25/1 Moo2, T. Pabong A. Sarapee,Chiang Mai 50140 408/106, 24th floor, Phaholyothin Place Phaholyothin Rd., Phayathai Bangkok 10400 Thailand Tel: (+66) 53 263 350 Email: info@aware.co.th Website: www.aware.co.th

Representative(s): Steven Prussky, Managing Director Sonchai Chartbunchachai, International Key Accounts Manager Sureeporn Srisuriyachai, Sales and Operations Director 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 & Services: • Business Intelligence Consulting • Custom Software Development • Managed Services • Mobile Application Development • Outsourced IT staffing • Systems Integration • Testing Services

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BANGKOK BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED 333 Silom Road, Bangkok, 10500 Thailand Tel: (+66) 2645 5555 Email: info@bangkokbank.com Website: www.bangkokbank.com

BANGKOK PATANA SCHOOL 643 La Salle Road (Sukhumvit 105), Bangna, Bangkok 10260, Thailand Email: chre@patana.ac.th

Representative(s): Kanoksak Mokkamakkul, Executive Vice President

Representative(s): Matthew G. Mills, Head of School Cheryl Rego, Communications Coordinator

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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Background: Bangkok Patana School is Thailand’s first and largest British international school for students from 2 to 18 years. Under the stewardship of committed parents and dedicated staff members, our not-for-profit school has remained at the forefront of education in Thailand and is today one of the most respected educational establishments in South East Asia. We provide learning from Foundation Stage right through to Senior Studies, for over 2,200 students from around 65 countries. The School follows the British national curriculum up to Year 11 and the International Baccalaureate in Years 12 and 13. Bangkok Patana School is committed to ensuring that you, as a parent, have the confidence that your children are receiving the best intellectual, physical and social preparation for their futures. Our school has a proud record of achievement for nearly 60 years – academic, sporting and artistic – and we celebrate the distinctive accomplishments of each of our students. Bangkok Patana is uniquely capable of allowing its students the greatest scope to discover their passion. Our school’s extensive campus and outstanding facilities ensure that our students have the greatest number of options and opportunities in all areas of their academic and personal development. Above all else, it allows us to offer them the choices so they can pursue their own particular ambitions and interests. Through the excellence and broad expertise of our teachers, support staff and curriculum, students consistently receive a diverse and engaging education. Alongside this, we recognise the importance of the world outside the classroom. Our extensive extra-curricular programme emphasises a holistic approach to learning to ensure our students leave the school not only prepared for higher education but also as wellrounded individuals ready to play their part in society. We invite you to explore this website to develop a broader understanding of the school.


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Bangkok Hospital 2 Soi Soonvijai 7, New Petchburi Road Bangkok 10310 Tel: 66 (0) 2 310 3100 Hotline: 1719 Fax: 66 (0) 2 310 3105 Email: info@bangkokhospital.com Website: www.bangkokhospital.com

Representative(s): Judy Mitchell, 3rd Party International Marketing Manager 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-theart 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 top-level healthcare service providers worldwide. Products & 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. Innovation Award 2004 Best Professional Services Healthcare Services 2007 CSR Leader Award 2010

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BANGKOK MARRIOTT HOTEL SUKHUMVIT 2 Sukhumvit Road Soi 57, Klongtan-Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: 02 797 0000 Website: www.marriotthotels.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarriottSukhumvit

BANGKOK MARRIOTT HOTEL THE SURAWONGSE 262 Surawong Road, Si Phraya, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 02 088 5666 Fax: 02 088 5777 Email: pawika.j@marriott.com Website: www.bangkokmarriottsurawongse.com

Representative(s): Thomas Christiansen, General Manager Aumporn Pornsakhan, Director of Catering Noospatchaya Teekawatanasatitkul, Admin Asst. to DOSM

Representative(s): George Varughese, General Manager Porntita Bheungnoi, Director of Sales & Marketing

Background: The iconic Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit and the Marriott Executive Apartments Sukhumvit Thonglor rises over what has become one of Bangkok’s most dynamic and cosmopolitan neighborhoods. Featuring 296 hotel rooms and 74 fully equipped serviced apartments, the hotel is an ideal choice for business and leisure travelers alike. The hotel also offers an impressive range of Food and Beverage options including the signature multi-level Octave Roof top Lounge and Bar. Meeting venues comprise of a 500 sq.mt Ballroom in addition to several other meeting spaces. Located 27 kms from the Suvarnabhumi International airport the hotel is easily accessible from the expressway, major roads and highways. The BTS sky train station is merely a two minutes’ walk from the hotel. Products & Services: Hotel and Restaurants

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Background: Guests can appreciate the advantage of our convenient location with a walk-distance to skytrain station and only a kilometer away from the subway. The hotel is home to Praya Kitchen, an authentic Thai buffet restaurant and Yào Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, the first modern Chinese influenced multi-level hot spot in Bangkok. Plan your visit and envision your next conference, wedding or other gala occasions with our 1,555 square meters of flexible function spaces including two ballrooms, nine meeting rooms and a rooftop garden. Products & Services: Hotel and Restaurants


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BANGKOK SAUSAGE HOUSE 99/20 Ananda sport Life, Bangpli, Samut Songkhram 10540 Thailand Tel: 0852277369 Email: info@bangkoksausagehouse.com Website: www.bangkoksausagehouse.com

BASIS International School Bangkok 1/1 Park Village Rama II Soi Rama II Soi 56 Samaedam, Bangkhunthian, Bangkok 10150 Tel: +66 2 415 0099 Email: n.siripanichkorn@bisb.co.th Website: www.bisb.co.th Facebook: www.facebook.com/basisintbkk

Representative(s): John McBirnie, Owner Sasi McBirnie, Owner

Representative(s): Elizabeth Thies, Head of School Carolyn McGarvey, CEO

Background: Bangkok Sausage House has a wide range of traditional as well as unique Thai Fusion sausages. We also do catering for events up to 100 people. We can prepare both Thai foods as well as foreign foods.

Background: BASIS International School Bangkok (BISB) is part of the worldwide BASIS Curriculum Schools, America’s most successful academic network. BASIS Curriculum Schools provides a course of study that is connected from the student’s academic start in pre-school through to senior projects in the student’s final year. The curriculum is carefully calibrated so that in every discipline, students are appropriately challenged. Outperforming peers across the globe, according to the 2017 Times Higher Education World University Ranking, 28% of 2017 BASIS Diploma graduates were accepted to at least one of the top 25 colleges and universities in the world. Excelling in college entrance exams, the average BASIS Curriculum School graduate scored SAT results of 1,395 from a total 1,600 in the 2017 examination year. Residing on 22 rai of land (8.5 acres), BISB is in a prime location adjacent to Central Rama 2, 300m from Rama 2 Road. BISB’s campus is built with cutting edge, modern facilities that are designed to work optimally with the BASIS Curriculum. Facilities include a 25m competition pool, a 1600sqm indoor convertable gym, a design kitchen with 3-D printing/woodshop/engineering/robotic rooms, a library and co-working space, cafeteria, & a Black Box Theater.

We also have many ideas on how to expand our business beyond sausages so watch announcements on CanCham’s social media and you will learn more about interesting keto and unique foods from us. All of us at Bangkok Sausage House know that most people look forward to starting their day off with a nutritious and delicious tasting breakfast and we have mouth watering, healthy sausages that surely help our customers start their breakfast off on the right track.

BISB integrates Thai Language and Culture into the curriculum on a daily basis from PreK-12, preparing students for full fluency and a deep understanding of the Thai culture. We also offer a specialized optional Chinese Language Program starting from Grade 1 that prepares students for full fluency and to take the AP Chinese exam in high school. BISB is unique because it marries the thoughts and ideas from Thai culture directly with our BASIS curriculum. We call this “locally rooted and globally connected” educational methodologies. Our mission is to raise the standards of Thai education to the highest international levels so students are prepared to be participants, not spectators, in the 21st century world of commerce and innovation. Products & Services: Pre K-12 Education

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BERKELEY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 123 Bangna Trad Road, Bangna, Bangkok, 10260 Thailand Tel: +66 2 747 4788 Website: www.berkeley.ac.th Facebook: www.facebook.com/BerkeleyBangkok/ Twitter: twitter.com/berkeleybkk

BNH HOSPITAL 9/1 Convent Road, Silom, Bangrak Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: (+66) 2 686 2700 Website: www.BNHhospital.com

Representative(s): Lloyd Wilson, Marketing Communications

Representative(s): AmĂŠlie Poncelet, International Marketing Executive Dr. Apichai Chaiyaroj, Assistant Hospital Director

Background: Founded in 2010, Berkeley is a fully accredited American, college-preparatory 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 encompasses 38 different nations and overseas students make up 76% of our student body. We provide an American-based education with an international focus from Pre-K through grade 12. Berkeley is a school with high sporting and academic standards. 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, grass playing fields, tennis center, Olympic and 25m swimming pools,gymnasium, theater, and a spacious canteen. In addition, Berkeley provides a full snack and nutritious lunch program with vegetarian, international and Thai meals. To cater fully for our high international clientele students can sign up for school at any time during the school year. Products & Services: Education/sporting facilities rental

Background: BNH Hospital, formerly known as the Bangkok Nursing Home, was established in 1898; thus it can claim to be one of the oldest established hospitals in Thailand. With now 120th years of experience BNH is offering unrivalled expertise in caring for patients from the expatriate and Thai communities. BNH Hospital is an international, JCI accredited, hospital located in the heart of Bangkok, easily accessible by car and public transport. With a satellite clinic providing primary care, check-ups and travel medicine: - BNH@All Seasons Clinic, located in the CRC Tower of All Seasons Place BNH Hospital specialises in women’s health and breast care, with its excellence in dental care, spine treatments and orthopaedics, additionally provides specialists in all major medical fields. BNH is dedicated to family health and has established a family doctor service to fulfil this commitment. The Check-up Centre at BNH, in addition to providing annual health checks, also has a panel of doctors, authorised by several embassies to carry out the medical examination required to obtain visas. The hospitals Emergency Room is open 24/7 with fully equipped ambulances and emergency doctor call-out service. Direct emergency number: 02 632 1000. The Customer Service offers interpretation services (French, German, Burmese, Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese) and also helps with insurance claims, visa extensions and related matters. Products & Services: Health - Hospital

Best Professional Services Export Services 2007

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B&N Legal and Project Consulting No.(3-E), Corner of Shin Saw Pu Pagoda Street & Tha Pyay Nyo Street, Sanchuang Township, Yangon 11111 Myanmar Tel: +66 86 366 4666 Email: nitipong@bnlegal.net

Boonrawd Brewery Co., Ltd. 999 Samsen Road, Dusit, Bangkok, 10300 Tel: (+66) 2242 4000 Email: vimla@boonrawd.co.th Website: www.boonrawd.co.th

Representative(s): Nitipong Boonsong, Partner Min Banyar San, Partner Malinee Tapingkae, Senior Coordinator

Representative(s): Santi Bhirombhakdi, President Vudha Bhirombhakdi, Chairman of the Board

Background: Nitipong is a senior partner of B&N Legal and Project Consulting. He’s specializes in Government Relations, Commercial Transaction, Dispute Resolution, and Property. His experience focuses primarily on regional investments and large concessions. He is sought after by high-profile clients for his extensive experience across the Southeast Asia region and his forward-thinking business acumen. Nitipong has an attorney’s license and he obtained an AEC training certificate from King Prajadhipok’s Institute, as well as a certificate for the Participation in the Promotion of Mediation and Fundamental Legal Procedures Project for the Public. Nitipong was appointed by the Internal Security Operations Command, a unit in the Thai military dedicated to national security, to serve as a counsellor on economic crime, transnational crime, and human trafficking. He is a committee board member of the Thailand Powerboat Association, helping the powerboat racing industry in Thailand reach international standards. He is also a committee member of the Thai Business Association of Myanmar, providing advice to Thai investors looking to invest in Myanmar. And he was a board member of CanCham Thailand from 2016-2017.

Background: Singha Corporation is an important subsidiary of Boon Rawd Brewery, task with overseeing the management of all of Boon Rawd’s subsidiary companies which now encompasses more than 50 companies, and reports directly to Boon Rawd’s Board of Directors. In 2000, Boon Rawd had a major reorganization of the group of companies, and the Singha Corporation was set up in 2001. Boon Rawd became the holding company, and all day-to-day operations came under each company reporting to the new corporation. Since then, Boon Rawd has grown more than double with new directions encompassing non-beer products. The first foray was into snacks and food, and then gradually to other businesses including packaging, logistics, property development and energy. Products & Services: • Beer and Alcohol Products: Singha, Singha Light, Leo, Syder Bay, est.33 Copper, Asahi, Carlsberg, Corona, Kronenbourg and Jinro. • Beverages: Singha Soda, Singha Water, Prra, Sanvo and Fiji. • Snacks: Masita, Yuki. • Food: Fun Dee Rice, Star Chefs and That’s Asia.

Mr. Min Banyar San, as B&N’s Legal and Project Consulting Partner, brings over 25 years of experience in multi-discipline business ventures. He has operated in various industries from retail to manufacturing products throughout ASEAN. Ms. Malinee Tapingkae, a senior coordinator of B&N Legal and Project Consulting brings along her extensive working and administrative skills from 7 years as an administrative manager in London, liaison with local the London government, the Thai government and private sectors. Products & Services: Legal and Project Consulting

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Bombardier Transportation Signal (Thailand) Ltd. 3354/16-19, 6/F Manorom Building Rama 4 Road, Klongton, Klongtoey Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: 02 6728290 Ext. 250 Email: BT_Thailand_Communications@rail.bombardier.com Website: www.bombardier.com, Facebook: www.facebook.com/BombardierRail Twitter: @BombardierRail

Representative(s): Gregory Enjalbert, Vice President Suda Kiatwateerat, Executive Assistant Karen Alldridge, Communications Manager Background: Bombardier is the world’s leading manufacturer of both planes and trains. Looking far ahead while delivering today, Bombardier is evolving mobility worldwide by answering the call for more efficient, sustainable and enjoyable transportation everywhere. Our vehicles, services and, most of all, our 69,500 employees are what make us a global leader in transportation.

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BUMRUNGRAD HOSPITAL PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED 33 Sukhumvit 3 (Soi Nana Nua) Sukhumvit Road, Klongteoy Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 2 066 8888 Email: info@bumrungrad.com Website: www.bumrungrad.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/bumrungrad

Representative(s): Laurie Colyer-Charusorn, Associate Division Director, Expatriate Market Segment Background: Bumrungrad International Hospital stands as arguably the most impressive medical facility in the region. This is the largest private hospital in Southeast Asia, with over 55 specialty centers, an internationally certified lab and pharmacy, clinical research centers, advanced imaging facilities, and a 24-hour emergency care unit. As part of its ongoing commitment to exceptional care, Bumrungrad receives ongoing independent reviews and distinctions, including its consistent accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI) since 2002, the first in Asia. In addition to award-winning quality of service, Bumrungrad is home to more than 1300 physicians and surgeons, 300 of whom hold US-board certifications and international fellowships. In its state-of-the-art campus in the heart of Bangkok, Bumrungrad Hospital treats over 1.1 million patients every year, with over 520,000 of these patients coming from more than 190 countries worldwide. The hospital specializes in treating complicated conditions, utilizing a team-based approach to medical care, and is internationally recognized as one of the top hospitals in the world. Products & Services: Health / Hygiene Other Information: Along with its impressive tertiary and specialty facilities, Bumrungrad International’s Medical Coordination Office is a well-oiled machine that facilitates seamless transitions from the first inquiry all the way through after-care. This exclusive and comprehensive support is offered free of charge to patients, and it includes everything from language and cultural support to travel and accommodation services.

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

Canada Friendship Society (CFS) Website: www.meetup.com/Canada-Friendship-Society

Representative(s): Dr. Pattra Visavatho, Director Gade Tharnpanya, Deputy Director Ryan Silverthorne, Principal

Representative(s): Claudia Anghel, President Brenda Pincura, Program Director Ryan Clemens, Lackey

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

Background: Canada Friendship Society (CFS) is the largest Canadian social organization in Thailand with over 200 members and growing. We strive to be a home away from home for Canadians and amicable others in Bangkok functioning in accordance with many of Canada’s best values including equality, inclusivity, irreverence, and cordiality.

BCISB was launched on September 3rd, 2007 and offers Canadian schooling from Kindergarten to Grade 12. We offer the B.C. Dogwood Diploma (B.C. High School Diploma) program for Grade 10 to 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 student 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 with in the school environment.

We charge no membership fee and welcome all backgrounds: men and women, Canadians and foreigners, retirees, businesspersons, and travellers. Regular social events include to brunches, dinners and cocktails, physical activities such as morning walks, marathons and yoga, attending local events and much more. Our members have very different backgrounds and interests, but the common thread is interest in Canada and great conversations. Our events are a great way to meet new people, develop strong friendships, help each other, experience a bit of Canada while around the world, stay connected in and just enjoy yourself. Connect meetup and we hope we’ll get to know you!

At BCISB we are taking continuous strides to provide a fresh, engaging learning experience for students. With the integration of technology through a Google Chromebook program, extensive music facilities, a comprehensive ELL support system for English learners and several sports activities including ice hockey, we have successfully created a collaborative, safe environment in which students may explore their passions and grow into a brilliant, confident, independent adults. Do contact us at any time to learn more.

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Canadian International School of Thailand 1001 Charansanitwong 46, Charansanitwong Rd., Bangyeekhan, Bangphlat, Bangkok Bangkok 10700 Tel: (+66) 02 886 9464 Email: info@canadianschool.com Website: www.canadianschool.com Facebook: canadianinternationalschoolth

Representative(s): Dr. Nahathai Thewphaingarm, Managing Director Cade Sommerville, Secondary Coordinator Donna Griffiths, Early Years and Elementary Coordinator Background: Canadian International School of Thailand is a one-of-akind innovative school that provides world-class learning experiences. Newly opened in September 2017 with Pre-K, Kindergarten and Grade 7, the 2018-19 academic year will see continued growth with the opening of five new grades Nursery, Grade 1 - 3 and Grade 8. We are the first to offer a Canadian curriculum (Quebec) with an immersive experience abroad. All of our secondary students experience a one-term Academic Stay each year at our fullyequipped campus in Montreal, Canada. Early Years (2 - 5 years) is a vibrant learning environment where every child is given time to play, develop and explore. In Elementary and Secondary, students learn through inquiry, with a strong focus on proficiency in critical thinking and problem solving, and in social and emotional skills, such as teamwork, communication and international-mindedness. Through the scope of our academic programs, we aim to foster motivated and engaged learners who are prepared to conquer the unforeseen challenges of tomorrow. Our mission at Canadian School is to provide innovative learning opportunities that facilitate all students in their pursuit of global education and personal achievement. Personalized learning experiences help all our students to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that are indispensable for navigating through life.

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CRITERION ASIA RECRUITMENT (THAILAND) CO., LTD. 208 Wireless Road Building, 11/F, Unit 1104, Wireless Road, Lumpini Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330 Thailand Tel: (+66) 2 252 5282 Website: www.criterionasia.com

CROWN WORLDWIDE Ltd. Pipatanasin Bldg., Unit 11A, 11th Floor, 6/10 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Rd., Tungmahhamek, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: (+66) 2 286 0050 Email: bangkok@crownww.com Website: www.crownww.com

Representative(s): Yves Gaboriault, Managing Partner Matthew Zavadil, Partner | IT & Digital Withida Marlow, Recruitment Manager | Finance & Accounting

Representative(s): Marc Le Lay, Country Manager Pichitra Niphondkit, Corporate Services Manager Timothy Jones, Residential Sales Consultant

Background: Criterion Asia Recruitment is a professional executive search and recruitment consultancy company in Southeast Asia.

Background: Established in 1965, the Crown Worldwide Group is a privately held company with global headquarters in Hong Kong. Crown established operations in Thailand in 1992 offering a full range of relocation & Mobility Management Services. All services uniquely incorporate ‘Door-to-Door with Crown’ utilizing Crown’s over 250 facilities in almost 60 countries worldwide.

A provider of permanent recruitment, contract professionals and talent management services from single placements to total project solutions, we help our clients achieve greater organizational performance by connecting you with high performance leaders. We are determined to find you the best and brightest people for your businesses. Products & Services: Business Consultancy & advisory, executive Search & personnel recruitment

In 2015, to support Crown Thailand’s expanding Relocations, Mobility & records Management Brands, Crown Bangkok moved to a new office and brand new state of the art enclosed warehouse facility with the latest fire protection and security systems to offer safe and seamless services to the customers. Quality of service and Crown’s global footprint differentiate Crown in its market place. A true one stop shop service provider, total relocation management incorporates services which include Home search, School search, orientation, airport meet and greet, Immigration and Visa assistance, Intercultural training, tenancy Management, preview trips and ongoing settling-in services for families. Crown’s own facilities in Canada are located in Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.

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DELOITTE THAILAND AIA Sathorn Tower, 22nd-27th Floor 11/1 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Tel: (+66) 2034 0000 Email: info_th@deloitte.com Website: www.deloitte.com

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Representative(s): Subhasakdi Krishnamra, Managing Partner Dr. Sahanon Tungbenchasirikul, Associate Director Background: Deloitte provides audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax and related services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. Deloitte serves four out of five Fortune Global 500® companies through a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries and territories bringing world-class capabilities, insights, and high-quality service to address clients’ most complex business challenges. To learn more about how Deloitte’s approximately 245,000 professionals make an impact that matters, please connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, or twitter. Deloitte Thailand is the member firm of Deloitte and is part of Deloitte Southeast Asia. Comprising over 290 partners and 7,400 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 1000 staff. Deloitte combine technical expertise and industry knowledge to deliver consistent quality services to over 1,000 clients nationwide. Products & Services: Audit, Business process Solutions, Consulting, Risk advisory, Financial Advisory and Tax & Legal Ownership: Thai

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DFDL MEKONG (THAILAND) LIMITED 9th Floor, The Dusit Thani Building 946 Rama IV Road, Silom Bangkok 10500 Tel: (+66) 2 636 3282 Email: thailand@dfdl.com Website: www.dfdl.com

Drink Wise Co., Ltd. 344 Soi Ladprao 94 Plubpla Wangthonglang Bangkok 10310 Thailand Tel: 029366631 Email: wikawee.c@hotmail.com Website: www.drinkwisecompany.com

Representative(s): Audray Souche, Partner and the Country Managing Director Angus Mitchell, Partner; Head of Oil & Gas Division, Energy Mining and Infrastructure practice group

Representative(s): Runganan Chawawiwattanachai, President Wikawee Chawawiwattanachai, Executive Vice President

Background: DFDL is the first leading international law firm specialized in emerging markets with a historical presence in the Mekong region (Cambodia, the Lao PDR, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam), Singapore, Bangladesh and Indonesia with a dedicated focus on Southeast Asia, the Middle east and further afield. Products & Services: With a team of over 140 local and foreign lawyers and advisers in 11 offices in Asia, and collaborating firms in Cambodia, Indonesia and the Philippines, we provide personalized and cost-effective legal, tax and business consulting services and solutions with particular expertise in: Foreign Direct Investment, Corporate Commercial, Mergers Acquisitions, Banking Finance, Energy, Mining Infrastructure, Real Estate, Taxation, Compliance, Anti-Corruption, International Arbitration.

Background: Drink Wise Co., Ltd., is a company importing beverages from abroad. We aim at offering excellent quality beverages, making the difference in Thailand beverage consumer market, and also providing variety of choices to consumers. Drink Wise Co., Ltd. focuses on importing craft alcoholic beverages from Japan such as craft beer, sake, umeshu and yuzu wine, with an emphasis on quality as a major factor. Drink Wise Co., Ltd. was established in 23rd August 2012 and started importing craft beer from Japan. Our company is passionate in the gracefulness of Japanese manufacturers on quality and cleanliness which is their identity. We also realized the market growth potential of imported premium craft beer in Southeast Asia, especially Thailand. We have been persistently seeking for the best craft beer with fine taste and superior quality to bring into Thailand, and that’s the beginning of Hitachino Nest Beer in Thailand. Based on our past success in providing high quality beverages to consumers, Drink Wise Co., Ltd. continues to import various alcoholic beverages including other types of beverage by sticking to our company’s principles in selecting the best quality products, both in the terms of production and taste. Products & Services: Drink Wise Co., Ltd. offers variety of premium beverages from many countries, Canada : Craft Beers from variety breweries : Postmark, Phillips, Off The Rail, Parallel49, Coal Harbour. Ciders and whisky. Japan: Hitachino Nest Beer, Ginga Kogen Beer, Kikusakari Sake, Kiuchi Plum Wine, Kiuchi Yuzu Wine etc. The Netherlands: Bong Spirit Vodka, Hanami Cherry Blossom Gin, Chocolais Premium Chocolate Wine etc. Ireland: Cocalero Coca Leaf Spirit etc.

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EASTIN GRAND HOTEL SATHORN BANGKOK 33/1 South Sathorn Road, Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: 02 210 8100 Fax: 02 210 8155 Email: eamsm@eastingrandsathorn.com Website: www.eastingrandsathorn.com

THE EMBASSY OF CANADA TO THAILAND 15th Floor, Abdulrahim Place, 990 Rama IV Road, Bangkok 10500 Tel: (+66) 2646 4300 Email: bngkk-td@international.gc.ca Website: www.thailand.gc.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/CanadainThailand/

Representative(s): John Westoby, General Manager

Representative(s): Michel R. Bélanger, Senior Trade Commissioner and Counselor (Commercial) Gabriel Laflamme, Second Secretary (Commercial) and Vice-Consul - Aerospace, Defense and Security Surin Thanalertkul, Trade Commissioner - Fish and Seafood, Wine, Beer and Spirits

Background: Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn Bangkok is well located in the Sathorn prime business area as well as being just minutes from the landmark Chao Phraya River. Guests will enjoy its own sky bridge directly linked to the BTS sky train (Surasak station) which will make getting around the city a breeze. The hotel features 390 rooms which consist of 156 Superior rooms, 55 Executive Superior Sky rooms, 22 Executive Deluxe rooms and 3 Suites with room sizes ranging from 30 – 78 sqm. Other hotel facilities include an Executive Lounge, an all-day dining restaurant, a restaurant and bar by the pool, an authentic Chinese restaurant, a lobby lounge, an infinity swimming pool, a fitness centre and a business centre. The 1,200 sqm of meeting facilities within the hotel, the Surasak Grand Ballroom will be able to accommodate up to 600 guests.

Products & 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!

Products & Services: • 390 room keys • 3 restaurants: The Glass House Restaurant, Blunos Restaurant and Chef Man Chinese Restaurant • 2 Bars: Swizzles Bar & Lounge and Blunos Bar • Executive Lounge • Space of 1,800 sq.m. for events & meetings Facts & Figures: Year Established: 2012 Registered Capital: 800,000,000 Total Employees: 379

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GFour international Co,. Ltd. 28B Skulthai Surawong Tower 141/42 Surawong Road, Suriyawong Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Tel: 02-2379831-6 Email: sa@gfinewines.com Website: www.gfinewines.com

GOLDEN AXE THROW CLUB 3 Lat Phrao Wang Hin 67 Alley Lat Phrao Bangkok 10230 Tel: 063 654 0600 Email: info@axethrowingbangkok.com Website: www.axethrowingbangkok.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/axethrowingbangkok Twitter: twitter.com/AxeThrowBKK

Representative(s): Sawitree (Sa) Puttinech, Sales Representative

Representative(s): Ryan Nelson, Owner and CEO

Background: Founded in 2001, GFour is an importer and distributor of fine wines and spirits from all over the world to Asia.

Background: Axe throwing is a sport where a player throws an axe at a target, in attempt to hit the bulls eye – or as close as possible. Axe throwing is an event in most lumberjack competitions in Canada, the US and UK – but now you can try it yourself here in Bangkok with the Golden Axe Throw Club!

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HANSAR HOTELS & RESORTS 3/250 Soi Mahadlekluang 2, Rajadamri Road, Bangkok, 10330 Tel: 66 2209 1234 Ext. 1223, 1224, 1225 Email: sales.h@hansarbangkok.com Website: www.hansarhotels.com Facebook: Hansar Bangkok

HONG KONG TRANSPACK CO., LTD. 59/44 Soi 26 Sukhumvit Rd, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 2259 0088, (+66) 2258 6827 Email: info@hktranspack.com Website: www.hktranspack.com

Representative(s): Charles Christiaens, Executive-Chef Wichian (Josh) Wandee, Sales and Marketing

Representative(s): Krit Wongsaengarunsri, Managing Director Jaturong Wongsaengarunsri, General Manager

Background: Our lives are made up of moments. From small gestures to significant milestones, each one holds meaning and opportunity. At Hansar, we believe in certain moments. The ones that pull you away from your everyday tasks. The ones that make you forget what time it is. The ones that make you realize you do not need to be anywhere, but exactly where you are. At Hansar, every moment is an opportunity for joy and happiness. Through context and connection, we bring modern inspiration to life with Thai culture - crafting and sharing them to be discovered and enjoyed by you.

Background: Established since 1958, UTS-HONG KONG -TRANSPACK is among the first international movers in Thailand.

An individual experience waits for you at each of our boutique properties located throughout Thailand. As a local Asian brand, our luxury hotels and resorts are intertwined with the surrounding culture and community. For us, this means celebrating each location’s identity without limit or conformity. What do our distinctive locations have in common? Hansar Hotels and Resorts is a collection of unique properties- carefully woven together with the simple value of enjoying each moment as it arrives.

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 & Services: Our services include international relocation; packing and shipping of household goods, both by air and sea, door-to-door or door-to-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.

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HUGHES KRUPICA CONSULTING (BANGKOK) CO. LTD. 179 Bangkok City Tower Fifth Floor South Sathorn Rd Sathorn Bangkok 10120 Thailand Tel: 02 872 173 Email: kevin@hugheskrupica.com Website: www.hugheskrupica.com

HUMAN BRANDS THAILAND 571 Unit 0301 (3 Flr) MSC Building, Sukhumvit71 Rd, Klongton Nua, Vadhana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: 02-041-1813 Fax: 02-042-1913 Email: paniez@hbthailand.com Website: www.hbthailand.com

Representative(s): Kevin Bourque, Senior Legal Counsel

Representative(s): Supang (Pa) Panbue, Marketing Executive

Background: Hughes Krupica is a leading Thai international law firm with a culture amongst its advisers designed to provide to its clients practical; useable and pertinent advice, backed by sound analysis.

Background: HUMAN BRANDS THAILAND is a company incorporated in Thailand and a subsidiary of HUMAN BRANDS INC from USA. The company specializes in the importation and distribution of luxury spirits, liqueurs and beers with a focus on top tier customers such as 5 star hotels, gourmet restaurants and cocktail bars. We search the globe for the most innovative and exciting brands to introduce into our Asian markets. Each brand has a unique story and point of difference which appeals to our target market. The boutique nature and exclusive image of our brands requires a very personalized and hands-on relationship with our suppliers, customers and distribution partners. Our products need to be carefully positioned in the market and their growth developed organically through transfer of knowledge, training and tailored marketing programmes. It is these relationships and the quality of the products we offer that form the platform for our successful business. With a portfolio sourced from around the world over the last 10 years our brands include some of the most awarded products on the market.

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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BANGKOK (ISB) 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.ac.th

Representative(s): Dr. Andrew Davies, Head of School Shelley Bragg, Director of Marketing & Communications Background: International School Bangkok (ISB) has been a world-leading international school since 1951, and continues to be recognized as a leader in the field of international education. Products & Services: International School Bangkok (ISB) is an independent, nonprofit, co-educational day school serving a community of over 60 nationalities from Pre-Kindergarten through to Grade 12. ISB runs an accredited (US) and challenging international curriculum driven by leading educational research and global best practice, incorporated into American and International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma frameworks. ISB students attend colleges and universities all over the world including the U.S., U.K., Canada, Europe, Thailand, Japan, Korea and Australia. ISB meets the needs of its wonderfully diverse community through challenge and enrichment activities, various programs in athletics and the arts, mother tongue and world language programs, an inclusive approach, and an exceptional range of courses and activities. ISB prepares students to become leaders in meeting the ever-changing needs of the world and equips them with the knowledge and skills to become caring, global citizens. Located in a safe and beautiful community of Bangkok, ISB’s 15-hectare campus houses world-leading facilities purpose built to cater for the multitude of subjects and activities on offer for students. These include 2 state-of-the-art theatres, studios and rooms for all areas of the arts, 12 tennis courts, 2 swimming pools, rugby and soccer fields, baseball fields, an international standard running track, fully-equipped science and design labs, and innovative libraries and learning spaces, with cutting-edge technology integrated across the school.

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INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. 8th Floor, 5 Sithivorakit Building, Soi Pipat Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: (+66) 2636 6390-9, (+66) 2636 6683-4 Email: ron@iem-global.com Website: www.iem-thai.com

JES Interior Co., Ltd. 82 Yak 10, Soi Chalermprakiat-Rama 9, Soi 48, Dorkmai, Pravet, Bangkok, Thailand 10250 Tel: 096-801-8982 Email: customer@jesinterior.com Website: www.jesinterior.com

Representative(s): Ron D. Livingston, President and CEO

Representative(s): Sompohn Leelaprapahn, President Kyoung-Hoon Kim, Managing Director Jane Anna Nowak, Marketing Manager

Products & Services: Environmental impact assessments (ELA) including socioeconomic 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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�Your place, Our passion� JES Interior was established in 2008 as a affiliate of JES Companies and covering interior design and renovation for commercial & office space. JES would like to pursue our goal in the market to deliver great value to every single client. In the long term, we would like to be the best partner and a true companion for those having difficulty with tight budgets and wanting to find refined and timeless design for their space. Products & Services: Space Planning & Office Design and Showroom & Shop Interior


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KANIT ENGINEERING CORP., LTD. 800/3-4 Asok Dindaeng Road Dindaeng, Dindaeng Bangkok 10400 Tel: (+66) 0 2642 8762-4, (+66) 0 2642 9209-11 Email: admin@kanitengineering.com Website: www.kanitengineering.com

KIMBERLY HOLDINGS CORPORATION 22 Sukhumvit 33, Klongton Nue, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 2 260 3033 Email: barryshea@thebistro33.com Website: www.thebistro33.com

Representative(s): Marut Jaturonrusami, Managing Director

Representative(s): Barry Shea, Chairman Regan Shea, Director of Customer Relations

Background: Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd., with more than 40 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 main focus of the 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 & Services: • Clark reliance: Level Gauge, Sight Flow Indicator • Drexelbrook: Level Measurement technology • 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 • Voith turbo: Variable Speed Drive, Variable Speed Coupling, torque Converter • Services: repair and Maintenance of Control Valves, Regulator and any related field of process instruments. • Training and educational Services: product training, engineering Fundamental Course services.

Background: Kimberly Holdings owns and manages three great restaurants, the original tenderloins Sports Bar & Steakhouse on Sukhumvit Soi 33, as well as the garden setting international venue, Bistro 33, we’ve also recently opened a second tenderloins Sports Bar & Steakhouse just off the corner of Pattanakarn Soi 30. All locations offer a wide selection of International Cuisine as well as some of the more popular dishes in the Thai Cuisine, tenderloins specializes in premium steaks, great wines and ongoing International Sports Coverage, whereas Bistro 33 is one of Bangkok’s best venues for events, private functions, and our famous family-orientated Sunday Brunch Buffet. We also offer catering services for large groups, in and around Bangkok, as well as a Special Wine Delivery Service providing customers with a wide array of specially chosen wines delivered straight from our on site Kimberly Holdings Cellar.

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KIS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 999/124 Kesinee Ville, Pracha-Utit Road, Huay Kwang, Bangkok, 10320 Tel: (+662) 274 3444 Ext. 4116 Email: linda@kis.ac.th Website: www.kis.ac.th

Representative(s): 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 600 students and 44 different countries. KIS provides an academically challenging education, and its medium size allows students to grow in confidence and be respected as individuals. Products & Services: 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. 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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Kluaynamthai Hospital Group 80 Soi Sangchan-Rubie Prakanong Klongtoey Bangkok 10110 Tel: 662-769-2000 Fax: 662-381-2769 E-mail: sranyoo@kluaynamthai.com Website: www.kluaynamthai.com

La Petite Ecole Bangkok 27/5 Soi Yen Akat 2 Yaek 1, Chongnonsee Sub-district, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120 Tel: +66 (0) 2 051 4224 Email: contact.bangkok@lapetiteecole.asia Website: www.lapetiteecole.asia/th Facebook: www.facebook.com/lapetiteecolebkk

Representative(s): Sranyoo Chanate, Vice President

Representative(s): Marie Nicou, School Director & Teacher Fanny Piovarcsy, Communication & Business Development

Background: Mr. Sranyoo Chanate is the CEO of Kluaynamthai 1 Hospital, and Vice President of Kluaynamthai Hospital Group. He also serves as the Chairman of the Kluaynamthai Health Software Co. Ltd, and is a holder in the Kluaynamthai Hospital Learning School. Apart from his professional interest, Mr. Chanate is also active in the community. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of various associations including the Thai Elderly Promotion & Healthcare Association, the Thai Medical Informatics Association and the Thai Chamber of Commerce, where he also serves as the Chairman of the Wellness Committee. He also currently serves as the Chapter Networks Vice Officer for Young President Organization Gold Thailand, and is also a member of the Young President Organization International Event Committee. Mr. Chanate obtained his diploma in Business Studies from Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore, and his Mini MBA majoring in Health from Chulalongkorn University in Thailand. He also obtained his Certificate for Strategic Planning from Michigan State University in the USA. Products and Services: Kluaynamthai General Hospital is a 200-bed private hospital that was established on March 30, 1973. Its main business focus is health-care services, providing specialist teams of doctors in all major fields. It also provides geriatric care services to elderly people and their families. It is committed to serving society and people from all walks of life with its expertise in elderly care. Another part of its main business is Nurse’s Aid training. Kluaynamthai is well known for its expertise and leadership in this field. At present, Kluaynamthai Hospital offers treatment for general diseases and illnesses, providing by teams of experts and specialists in all fields. Its medical service and facilities are: Geriatric Hospital/ Polyclinic Network / Pranna-Thai-Chinese Medical Clinic / Health Software Co., Ltd. / Kluaynamthai Training School / Nursery / Junior & Senior Home Health Care / Virtual Hospital / KT Lab Co., Ltd. / Kluaynamthai Foundation / Kluaynamthai Agriculture / Double Impact. Co. Ltd. / Ozone Resort.

Background: International Bilingual Preschool in French & English, in a green, serene environment! Together, teachers who are native speakers of French and English cover the French national curriculum for children aged three to six years old. All nationalities are welcome in this truly multicultural school, where both local language and culture are embraced. La Petite Ecole places the child at the core of the learning process: he/she plays, builds, learns and develops his/her self-awareness. A unique and innovative pedagogical system promotes the independence, curiosity, and motivation of the child, while integrating the use of new technologies : • Permanent pedagogical workshops, focused on the arts • Natural materials and equipment, promoting the development of all senses • A hands-on approach, where the child takes an active part in his/her learning process • An engaging environment, with plenty of outdoor activities and games • Spatial settings that encourage cooperation and help, and the social integration of the child Among the various workshops offered to the children : arts, language (inc. an outdoor library), gardening, mathematics, observation, sports, music (musical garden), carpentry, waterplay, grocer, science, Thai culture, practical, sensory (path and garden), clay and dough, light & shadow, and more. Products & Services: Education, from 3 to 6 years old Other Information: All nationalities and language level welcomed!

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LEVCO HOLDINGS LIMITED Email: dslevy@levcoholdings.com Website: www.levcoholdings.com

Representative(s): David Levy, Chairman Background: Levco Holdings Ltd. is a privately owned holding company headquartered in Hong Kong with offices across the Asia Pacific and North America regions. Our offices are strategically located internationally to ensure efficient management in communication and coordination of the diverse operations. We are “Connecting the World� with each and every step. Products & Services: Investment, technology, services and education

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LEXICON BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS CCT Building, Room 414, Surawong Road, Bangkok Tel: 02 235 8868 Website: lexiconthai.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/lexiconthai

Lotus Valley Golf Resort Tel: 038 835 555 Website: www.lotusvalley.co.th

Representative(s): David Norcross, Managing Director Lalita Pudsa, Operations Manager Khachonyot Yaempradit, Creative Director

Representative(s): Derek Schade, General Manager Wiroon Tejapaibul, President Woramet Tejapaibul, Deputy Managing Director

Background: Lexicon is a Bangkok-based digital agency specializing in connecting firms in Thailand with the right audience.

Background: Lotus Valley is an eighteen hole golf resort just over an hour east of Bangkok in the province of Chachoengsao. Lotus Valley has been awarded for “Best Value Golf Experience” on two occasions by the Asian Golf Awards. The club prides itself on providing the finest golf course conditions at reasonable prices.

We carefully study your brand to produce world-class content designed to tell your company’s unique story to the ideal target audience. Products & Services: We fit in wherever there’s a gap in your company. From outsourcing your whole online marketing operation to assisting with your branding, content writing, graphic design, video production, explainer videos, and social media marketing. We are also the designer of CanCham Thailand’s magazine, Voyageur.

Originally a Gary Player design, Lotus Valley underwent a major renovation in 2008 which included constructing a modern clubhouse with a restaurant overlooking the eighteenth hole, private dining rooms, banquet facilities, private VIP locker rooms and Japanese style On Sen baths in both the men’s and ladies’ locker rooms. Products & Services: Lotus Valley is a semi-private golf facility with Memberships and also tee-times are available to the public. The Club offers seasonal Green Fee Promotions to Thailand Residents inclusive of 18-hole green fee, golf cart and caddy fees. With Lotus Valley’s excellent clubhouse and dining facilities it is an ideal venue for hosting corporate golf events. Practice facilities at Lotus Valley include sheltered hitting bays, grass tee practice range, a huge practice putting green and three practice holes (two par 3’s and a short par 4). In 2018 Lotus Valley will open a 40-room hotel on the property with a swimming pool. Stay & Play golf packages will be available at that time.

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

MAGNA AUTOMOTIVE (THAILAND) LTD. 700/708, Moo 1, Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate T. Panthong, A. Panthong, Chonburi 20160 Thailand Tel: (+66) 3807 9992, (+66) 3807 9993 Email: prapha.silalai@magna.com Website: www.magna.com

Representative(s): Dr. Jingjai Hanchanlash, Director, International Business Development Wansit Chatikavanij, Manager, Innovative Business Development

Representative(s): Frank O’Brien, Director/Executive Vice President – Asia Prapha Silalai, Office Manager/ Marketing & Communications

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

Best Thai Partner 2006

Background: Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd. is a subsidiary of Magna International Inc. a publicly-listed Canadian global automotive supplier headquartered in Aurora, Ontario, Canada. It is the most diversified automotive supplier in the world, designing, developing and manufacturing automotive systems, assemblies, modules and components. It 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. Products & Services: Bumpers, rocker reinforcements, body stampings / assemblies, latches. Other Information: Capabilities: Roll forming, Sweep technology, Hydraulic Bending, MIG, Spot, projection and Seam Welding, Ultra High Strength Steel, Flexible Welding Cells, & Engineering services.

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MANULIFE INSURANCE (THAILAND) PUBLIC CO., LTD. 364/30 Manulife Place, Sri Ayudhaya Road, Rajthevi, Bangkok 10400 Tel: (+66) 2246 7650 Email: Damri_Vechaton@manulife.com Website: www.manulife.co.th, www.my.manulife.co.th

Representative(s): Michael Parker, President & Chief Executive Officer Michael Reed, Chief Executive Officer Background: Manulife is a leading international financial services group providing forward-thinking solutions to help people with their big financial decisions. We operate as John Hancock in the United States, and Manulife elsewhere. We provide financial advice, insurance and wealth and asset management solutions for individuals, groups and institutions. At the end of 2015, we had approximately 34,000 employees, 63,000 agents, and thousands of distribution partners, serving 20 million customers. At the end of June 2016, We had $934 billion (US$718 billion) in assets under management and administration, and in the previous 12 months we made more than $25.4 billion in benefits, interest and other payments to our customers. Our principal operations are in asia, Canada and the United States where we have served customers for more than 100 years. With our global headquarters in toronto, Canada, we trade as ‘MFC’ on the Toronto, New York, and the Philippine stock exchanges and under ‘945’ in Hong Kong. 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 30,000 Thai customers nationwide. Manulife thailand set up an asset management services company in 2007 called “Manulife asset Management (Thailand) Co., Ltd.”, providing mutual fund business for financial institutions and individuals. Manulife Thailand has been a recipient of the Prime Minister’s Insurance award for outstanding Management Development. Products & Services: Our comprehensive range of financial protection & wealth management products & services cover a broad range of needs.

Best Professsional Services 2009

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MBMG GROUP INVESTMENT ADVISORY CO., LTD. 75/56 Ocean Tower 2, 26th Fl., Soi Sukhumvit 19 (Wattana), Klongtoey Nua, Wattana Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 2665 2534 Email: info@mbmg-investment.com Website: www.mbmg-investment.com

Representative(s): Paul Gambles, Managing Director Caroline Kwan, Vice President, Corporate Solutions 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 & Services: • Financial and Investment planning • Investment Funds • Retirement schemes • Currency Markets • Trusts, Wills & Foundations • Insurance • Tax planning

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METAL TIGER IHQ CO., LTD. 75/32 Richmond Building 12th Floor, Sukhumvit 26 Bangkok, 10260 Email: info@metaltigerplc.com Website: www.metaltigerplc.com

MODE SATHORN HOTEL 144, North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Tel: 02-623-4555 Fax: 02-623-4666 Email: info@modesathorn.com Website: www.modesathorn.com

Representative(s): Keith Johnston, Country Manager Thailand David Michael McNeilly, CEO

Representative(s): Roland Aung, General Manager Charles Garaud, Director of Food & Beverage Varintorn Wongshaibaiboon, Assistant Corporate Director of Sales

Background: Metal Tiger’s mission is to deliver a high return for shareholders by investing in significantly undervalued and/or highly prospective opportunities in the mineral exploration and development sector timed to coincide where possible, with a cyclical recovery in the exploration and mining markets.

Background: 201 fashion-inspired rooms and suite in six categories: business, deluxe made, executive made, one-and-two bedroom suites, presidential suite, provide out-of-the-ordinary executive and luxury accommodation, offering all modern amenities essential to a chic urban lifestyle. All located in prime central Bangkok, steps from Surasak BTS, with major business centres, tourist attractions and airports easily accessible. Products & Services: BlD All-day dining: refreshing ambiance, coupled with delectable wide-ranging international menus, make for supremely relaxing and inspiring dining and drinking experiences. Theroof@the33rdBar: ascend to the 38th floor rooftop and drink in 360 degree views of the sparkling city from SathornSilom and the river to far beyond with delicious European, Asian and Thai food. Pool Bar: the stunning Infinity-edge salt-water pool with freshly mixed drinks and indulgent pool snacks. Borisud Pure Spa & Massage: the treatments start with expert consultation and proceed with invigorating Thai massages and a sophisticated international spa program.

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MOBILE IRON 420 North Bridge Road #03-04 Singapore 188727 Tel: +65 6430 9200 Email: sea@mobileiron.com Website: www.mobileiron.com

Representative(s): Jonathan Andresen, Senior Director, Marketing & Products, Asia Pacific FrĂŠdĂŠric Gillant, Vice President of Sales for Asia Pacific Background: MobileIron provides the secure foundation for companies around the world to transform into Mobile First organizations, harnessing the power of modern endpoints and operating systems, including Android, iOS, macOS and Windows 10. The MobileIron platform is designed to secure data-at-rest on the mobile devices, in apps, and in cloud storage, and secure datain motion as it moves between the corporate network, devices, and storage repositories. With over 16,000 global enterprise customers, MobileIron secures corporate information wherever it lives while preserving employee privacy. Products & Services: Mobile Security, Cloud Security, Desktop Security

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MY INTERNSHIP ASIA Unit 2, 16/F, M. Thai Tower, All Seasons Place, 87 Wireless Rd., Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand Website: www.myinternshipasia.com

NIST International School 36 Sukhumvit Soi 15, Klongtoey-nua, Wattana Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 02 017 5888 Email: nist@nist.ac.th Website: www.nist.ac.th Facebook: www.facebook.com/nistschool Twitter: nist@nist.ac.th

Representative(s): David Levy, Chairman

Representative(s): Brett Penny, Head of School Jared Kuruzovich, Director of Communications

Background: My Internship Asia (MIA) is a Corporate Partner of CanCham Thailand. As a partner and member, MIA has the ability to offer Interns to member companies at no cost. When Interns become available, the Chamber will circulate profiles who are available on a first come first serve basis. Take advantage of a new valued service by engaging an Intern at your company. If your company would like to reach out to My Internship Asia, please contact info@myinternshipasia.com, +66 2 654 1116 or call 092 764 4981 and a representative will be available to discuss your company’s requirements. Products & Services: Internships, Intern Placements

Background: The first full, not-for-profit IB World School in Bangkok, NIST International School was established in 1992 with the guidance and support of the United Nations. The school now welcomes over 1,500 students representing more than 50 nationalities, and provides all three International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes: the PYP, MYP and DP. NIST is governed by the parent-elected NIST International School Foundation and is accredited through the Council of International Schools and New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Through the IB and its own unique, student-driven programmes, NIST aims to inspire, empower and enrich lives. In addition to its rigorous, progressive academics, the school offers an expansive World Languages Programme and more than 300 extra-curricular activities. With its graduates attending the best universities around the globe and going on to become community leaders, NIST has become recognized as one of the world’s leading international schools. Products & Services: K-12 Education

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PAPER & PAGE (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 47/1 Soi Sukhumvit 49/1 Watthana, Khlong Tan Nuea Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66 (0) 96-904-6868 Email: robert@paperandpage.com Website: www.paperandpage.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/paperandpage Twitter: robert@paperandpage.com

PATHFINDER ASIA LTD. 20 North Sathorn Road Bubhajit Building, 10th Floor Bangkok 10500 Thailand Tel: 02-266-6280 Email: kiwoo@pathfinderasia.com

Representative(s): Robert Woodrich, Chief Executive Officer Witsuda (Ice) Atjanakul, Design Director

Representative(s): Ian Woo, Owner

Background: PAPER & PAGE is a top international creative agency that focuses on Asian markets and offers high-quality branding, design, and digital marketing services across borders. From our home in the trendy heart of Bangkok, we collaborate with clients from as far afield as Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Singapore. Drop us a line to discuss how our in-house visionaries can custom-tailor bespoke communications products that will make your brand famous.

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Background: Investments and Financial Advisory.


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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 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: 02 740 5001 Email: info-as@premiertech.com Website: www.ptchronos.com

Representative(s): John Casella, Managing Partner John Sim, Chairman Andrew McBean, Chief Executive Officer

Representative(s): Chairit Sangsittiphan, Managing Director-South East Asia

Background: PKF in Thailand is an international audit, accountancy, tax and corporate legal advisory firm, which specializes in providing you with a full range of integrated services. Through comprehensive expertise in our broad team business units, we are able to effectively deliver our clients with unique business service solutions, whether you’re a small private enterprise or a large public client. PKF International was established in 1969 and is a global network of legally independent firms that provide quality accounting and business advisory services around the world. We are the 11th largest global accounting network with more than 21,000 employees in more than 140 countries worldwide.

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 & 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.

PKF’s goal in Thailand is to consistently provide quality professional services and create viable solutions tailored to your needs. Products & Services: (1) Audit and Assurance (2) Tax Advisory and Compliance (local and international) (3) Business Solutions (accounting, payroll and corporate legal) (4) Corporate Finance (5) Transaction services Companies Represented: PKF Holdings (Thailand) Ltd.; PKF Audit (Thailand) Ltd. PKF Tax and Consulting Services (Thailand) Ltd PKF Advisory (Thailand) Ltd. Other Information: PKF in Thailand is an independent member firm of PKF International, the world’s 10th largest accountancy network, employing over 20,000 staff in 440 cities and operate in 150 countries across 5 continents.

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PULLMAN BANGKOK GRANDE SUKHUMVIT 30 Sukhumvit 21 Asoke Road Bangkok 10110 Tel: + 66 2 204 4000 Email: info@pullmanbangkokgrandesukhumvit.com Website: www.pullmanbangkokgrandesukhumvit.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/pullmansukhumvit Twitter: www.twitter.com/pullmanskv

Raja’s Fashions 160/1 Sukhumvit Road, Between Soi 6 & 8 Klongtoey Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel: +66(0)22538389; +66(0)22538389 Fax: +66(0)22542181 Email: rajas@ksc.th.com Website: http://www.rajasfashions.com

Representative(s): Rod Munro, General Manager

Representative(s): Raja Gulati, Founder Bobby Gulati, Managing Director Dane Gulati, Business Development Director

Background: Conveniently located near Asoke junction where the BTS sky train and MRT underground networks intersect. Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit set an ideal base for those wanting to work and play hard in the heart of this capital city. Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit features 325 specious guest rooms, all equipped with the luxury amenities and the modern technology for all business and leisure needs. 3 Restaurants and bar serve up international and regional flavors, 16 meeting rooms for up to 580 guests, spa and fitness center with outdoor tennis court all combine to make Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit the perfect playground for all kinds of global travelers. Products & Services: Hotel, Restaurants, Meetings & Events

Background: Celebrating their 54th Anniversary this year, Raja’s Fashions has delivered high quality, and gentlemen’s bespoke tailoring at reasonable prices to Thailand’s expatriate and diplomatic communities, earning international accolades, including Men’s Vogue Magazine. Originally nicknamed ‘Raja’s “Wolf Pack” tailor’ in 1963 by the USAF 8th Tactical Fighter Wing stationed in Ubon during the Vietnam War, Raja Gulati moved with American forces to Udorn in 1974 until the end of the Vietnam war when officers from JUSMAG invited him to open a store in Bangkok. Today, known for their impeccable service and attention to detail, Raja and Bobby Gulati continue to serve a generation of loyal customers and Ubon’s schools with AMCHAM’s Adopt-aSchool program; donating over 13 million baht in classrooms, water tanks and facilities to 15 schools since 2005. This year also marks their 21st Annual Golf Tournament that raises over 1 million baht for charity. We have been featured in: Trip Advisor (5 stars ), Int’l Living; Esquire; Fortune; The Washington Post - International Magazine; Condé Naste Traveler; Lonely Planet; & Frommer’s. Products & Services Bespoke Tailoring for men.

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RDG SERVICES LTD. 49/20 Soi Langsuan, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: (+66) 2253 5650 Email: rdg@rdg.co.th Website: www.rdg.co.th

Royal Paragon Hall 991 Siam Paragon Shopping Center Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: 026108011 Email: info@royalparagonhall.com Website: www.royalparagonhall.com

Representative(s): Geoffrey Leonard Cresswell, Managing Director

Representative(s): Talun Theng, Managing Director Kritsana Janyasakulwong, Senior Director of Sales Pantakamol Amatayaku, Director of Operations

Background: RDG Services Limited established its 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 in Bangkok, judged “Best Retail Development in the Asia-Pacific Region” at the International Property Awards.

Background: Royal Paragon Hall: the ultimate venue in a very prestigious location. Royal Paragon Hall has its location on the 5th floor of Siam Paragon, the “Shopping Paradise” of Asia. A stunning 12,000 square meter venue featuring the most advanced technology, its facility offers multi-purpose space that attracts and pleasurably serves the needs of all organizers for all arrays of events. In addition to this sophisticated design, professional service is provided as a top priority to ensure the success of all conferences, exhibitions, entertainment and special events. The Royal Paragon Hall has been accredited thee international standards certificates, including; ISO 20121: 2012 Event Sustainability Management System; ISO 22301: 2012 Business Continuity Management System and; TIS 22300: 2550 MICE Security Management System, thus acclaiming and reinforcing the credibility of its status as “The World-Class Venue in the Heart of Bangkok”.

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ROYAL VARUNA YACHT CLUB 286 Moo 12 Phatumnak Rd., Nongprue, Banglamung, Chonburi 20150, Thailand Tel: 03 825 0116 Email: generalmanager@varuna.org Website: www.varuna.org

SASIN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY Sasa Patasala Bldg, Phyathai Road, Bangkok 10330 Tel: (+66) 2216 8833 Email: marketing@sasin.edu Website: www.sasin.edu

Representative(s): Mark Hamill Stewart, Club Commodore Barry Osborne, General Manager

Representative(s): Professor Dipak C. Jain, Director Dean Outerson, Head of Marketing and Communications

Background: The history of RVYC is the history of yacht-racing, sailing, and cruising in Thailand. One of RVYC’s co-founders, Prince Bhisatej Rajani, could be regarded as the godfather of sailing in Thailand. His contributions go well beyond the founding of RVYC, for it was he who introduced the king to dinghy sailing.

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. Degree programs (taught in english) include: Fulltime MBA, MBA for Managers, Dual MBA & Master of engineering, and our executive MBA for senior and midcareer executives.

Prince Bhisatej was one of ten persons who answered Walter Meyer’s advertisement in the Bangkok Post in April, 1957, seeking boating friends to form a boating club. An Australian, an Italian, two Swiss, and a Thai met at the Cosmopolitan Restaurant in Bangkok. By the end of that lunch, Prince Bhisatej, Sid Watkins, Robert (Rachiman) Gintzburger, Roberto Maestrini, and Walter Meyer launched the Varuna Marine Club, with the aim of promoting all water sports, including power-boating, water-skiing, scuba diving, sailing, cruising, and yachtracing. The Varuna Marine Club was officially opened on the weekend of 15–16 February 1958. The RVYC was established in 1957 as the Varuna Marine Club. Prince Bhisadej was in charge of the sailing programme and Walter Meyer was the first flag commodore. The club was bestowed royal patronage by the King of Thailand on April 26, 1965, becoming the “Royal Varuna Yacht Club”. The Royal Varuna is a well-equipped sailing club outside Pattaya town on a secluded public beach limited by rocky cliffs on one side. The club’s facilities include boat storage, boat repair, parking, a beach bar and a swimming pool. It also rents accommodation with rooms of varying standards. The club’s new premises features a wide reception area, the “Club House”, where most socializing and official business occurs. There is a restaurant, cafeteria, and bar in the facility. Next to the Club House is a “Kid’s Club” for children. The second floor of the Club House has offices and a television room.

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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. Products & Services: Degree Programs: • MBA • Full-Time MBA (weekday classes) • MBA for Managers (evening classes) • Dual MBA Master of Engineering (weekday classes) • International Dual Degree programs (weekday classes) • Executive MBA (Friday evenings and Saturday classes) Non-Degree Programs: • Executive Development Programs • Business English Other Information Centers: • Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) • Sasin Japan Center (S.C) • Sasin Center for Sustainability Management (SCSM) • Sasin Entrepreneurship Center (SEC)


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Scandinavian Publishing Co., 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

SHERATON GRANDE SUKHUMVIT, A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL, BANGKOK 250 Sukhumvit Soi 12-14, Sukhumvit Road, Kloengtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 2 649 8888 Email: grande.sukhumvit@luxurycollection.com Website: www.sheratongrandesukhumvit.com

Representative(s): Gregers Møller, Managing Director Finn Balslev, Marketing Director

Representative(s): Richard Chapman, General Manager Daniel Sasse, Director of Sales and Marketing Tanya-Orn Sirithongkam, Sales specialists

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 & 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-stopservice: Everything from advertisement sales to content writing, photography, design and print. 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: 1994 Registered Capital: 10 Million Baht Annual Turnover: 30 Million Baht Total Employees: 20

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. Products & 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 Year established: 1996

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SIAM CANADIAN GROUP LIMITED 283/44 Soi Thonglor 13, Sukhumvit 55 Road, Home Place Office Building, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 2185 3311, (+66) 2712 7570 Email: info@siamcanadian.com Website: www.siamcanadian.com

SMILING ALBINO LTD. 55,57 Soi Ramkamhaeng 24 Yeak 34 (Klong Kaja School), Huamark, Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240 Tel: (+662) 107 2542 Email: info@smilingalbino.com Website: www.smilingalbino.com

Representative(s): James Peter Gulkin, Managing Director Satasap Viriyanantawanit, General Manager Piyaporn Yoopumepruek, Executive Assistant to Managing Director

Representative(s): Daniel Fraser, Director Andrew Clark, Marketing Director

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. We currently operate from offices in Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, China, India and Indonesia and have a representative in Bangladesh. 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 & Services: • Frozen Seafood (Shrimp, Cephalopods, Fish and Value added products) • Frozen Poultry and Meats • Frozen Fruit and Vegetables • Canned Products

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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 & 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.

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SOFITEL BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT 2 North Sathorn Rd., Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: (+66) 2126 9999, (+66) 9 6394 4746 Email: H5213-MK1@sofitel.com Website: www.sofitel-bangkok-sukhumvit.com, www.sofitel.com

STONELOTUS VENTURES LTD. TISCO Tower, 16th Floor 48/32 North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Website: www.stonelotus.asia

Representative(s): Chanelle Garvey, Director of Sales and Marketing William Haandrikman, Hotel General Manager

Representative(s): John Stevens, Founding Partner Derek van Pelt, Partner Dan McKay, Partner

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 & 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: Stonelotus Ventures provides investment and strategic support for early stage businesses throughout Southeast Asia. Our principals bring years of experience in operations, sales, marketing, legal, finance and accounting. We provide these areas of expertise to enhance the core skills of our prospective partners. We partner with entrepreneurs from a wide range of industries to secure angel and venture capital funding rounds as well as later stage capital raises. We are not a fund, but rather work with a network of individual and commercial investors which gives us greater flexibility in how we deploy resources. Stonelotus Ventures specializes in preparing companies for exit – from identifying the right strategic partner to negotiating and executing the deal. We focus on a space where many larger investment banks are not effective.

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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 Website: www.thaipakenterprises.com

THAILAND ARBITRATION CENTER 26th Bhiraj Tower, 689, Sukhumvit Road, Klong Tan Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand 10110 Tel: 020181615 #101 Email: litsan.c@thac.or.th Website: www.thac.or.th

Representative(s): Mirza Arshad Baig, Managing Director Danish Azam, Director Muhammad Umar, Director

Representative(s): Litsan Chong, Counsel

Background: Thai Pak Enterprises Co., Ltd., based in Bangkok since 2006, deals in the gemstone business throughout the world. Products & 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.

Background: Thailand Arbitration Center (“THAC”) is an international arbitral institution based in Bangkok, Thailand. It is established under the Act of Arbitration Center B.E. 2550 (2007) and has been in operation since late 2015. The purposes of THAC are to support and promote Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) in Thailand and to provide world class case administration services to the users. THAC is governed by the Board of Committee which consists of well-respected individuals in the legal industry. The Board is responsible for overseeing THAC’s operations, business strategy and development, as well as corporate governance matters. THAC is strategically situated within Southeast Asia and more importantly Bangkok is a well-connected city and an economic powerhouse being part of the Asean Economic Community, Belt and Road Initiative and Greater Mekong Economic corridor. Products & Services: THAC provides efficient and neutral arbitration, mediation and online dispute resolution services. THAC offers case administration and support services for the cases administered under our rules or on ad-hoc basis by our secretariat which consist of Counsels from different jurisdictions and are fluent in a variety of languages. The THAC Arbitration Rules are designed with flexibility and time and cost efficiency in mind. The center has an experienced international and domestic panel of 100 arbitrators from various jurisdictions. The Center’s administration fees are competitive in comparison with all the major international arbitral institutions around the region. In addition, THAC provides state-of-the-art hearing and meeting rooms for the parties.

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THANACHART BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED 1101 New Petchburi Road, Kwang Makkasan, Khet Rajthavee, Bangkok 10400 Tel: (+66) 2208 5000 Email: apiradee.pus@thanachart.co.th Website: www.thanachartbank.co.th

Representative(s): Paul de Wolfe, Executive Vice-President William (Bill) Said, SEVP & Chief Operating Officer Background: Thanachart Bank Public Company Limited (TBANK) was originally incorporated as a finance company, Ekachart Finance Company Limited. TBANK commenced its operations on Apr 22, 2002 with a restricted banking license and TBANK was granted a full commercial banking license by the Ministry of Finance on Mar 1, 2004. In February 2007, Scotiabank acquired 24.7% of TBANK shares, increasing this stake to 49% in 2009. In 2010, the bank acquired Siam City Bank & SCIB was merged into the TBANK Group in October 2011. 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. As at Dec 31,2015, the bank’s total assets surpassed 980 billion baht or US$27 billion. This was achieved by our 15,000 employees focusing on the needs of our 4 million customers through 614 branches and 2,200 ATMs nationwide. With the acquisition of Siam City Bank & the completion of the merger in 2012, Thanachart Bank & its subsidiaries now have fully integrated universal banking capabilities providing a full range of products and services. 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 • Health Management • Securities Brokerage • Asset Management Best Thai Partner 2009 • Leasing & Insurance

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THE ATHENEE HOTEL, A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL, BANGKOK 61 Wireless Road (Witthayu), Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok Tel: 02 650 8800 Email: bc.theathenee@luxurycollection.com Website: www.theatheneehotel.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/theatheneehotel Twitter: twitter.com/theatheneehotel

THE BRITISH CLUB

Representative(s): ChooLeng Goh, General Manager Thanos Economou, Director of Sales and Marketing

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Background: The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok is a five-star hotel in the heart of downtown Bangkok. Located on the grounds of a former royal residence on tree-lined Wireless Road, the hotel is close to embassies, palatial malls, cosmopolitan dining and entertainment, and peaceful Lumpini Park. BTS skytrain and MRT subway stations are nearby.

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 english-speaking 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 dependent on 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 men and women may become members.

Renowned as one of Bangkok’s most impressive events venues, The Athenee Hotel offers 5,600 square metres of state-of-the-art functions spaces, including the exquisite Atheneum Meeting Floor, and three glamorous ballrooms. The hotel also holds the distinction of being the first hotel in the world to achieve ISO 20121 certification for planning and delivering sustainable events. With its engaging blend of Thai and European style, the iconic 29-storey hotel eloquently encapsulates the history and culture of its address, and won a “Best Hotel Interior Thailand” award for it. Its 374 elegant rooms and suites are replete with cutting edge amenities and charming views. The Royal Club Floor features an exclusive lounge offering special privileges. Its restaurants are often among the awards, especially The Reflexions’s modern French cuisine and The Rain Tree Café’s indulgent buffets. Cantonese, Thai and Japanese restaurants are equally outstanding. Guests can retreat to the lagoon-style swimming pool in a tranquil oasis or enter a personal sanctuary at Athénée Spa, in the Top 25 of Hotel Spas, offering treatments personalised for men and women and tailored to blood type. Products & Services: Hotels / Restaurants / Caterers

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189 Surawongse Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: (+66) 2234 0247 Email: info@britishclubbangkok.org Website: www.britishclubbangkok.org

Premrudee Tanyaluck, General Manager Thanyaphon Worapan, Membership Manager

Affiliates: The Club has reciprocal arrangements with over 380 clubs in 53 countries worldwide, including 31 clubs across eight Canadian provinces. Current members may use these clubs when travelling aboard. Products & Services: Often called Dan 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, a court side café, and on-site tennis courts, squash courts, a fitness centre, cricket nets, a pÃtanque court, a massage service, adult’s and children’s swimming pools, an all-weather sports court and a children’s playground Conference and function facilities are available. The Club organises many events each year for members, such as wine-tastings, quiz nights, fun fairs, gourmet dinners, and lots more. there is also an external catering service. Ownership: The Club is owned by its ordinary Membership made up of Australian, British, Canadian and New Zealander citizens.


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THORESEN THAI AGENCIES PLC. 26/26-27 Orakarn Building, 8th Floor, Soi Chidlom, Ploenchit Road, Lumpinee, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand Tel: (+66) 2250 0569, (+66) 2254 8437 Email: tta@thoresen.com Website: www.thoresen.com

TILLEKE & GIBBINS INTERNATIONAL LTD. 1011 Rama 3 Road, Chongnonsi, Supalai Grand Tower, 26th Floor, Yannawa, Bangkok, Thailand, 10120 Tel: (+66) 2056 5555 Email: bangkok@tilleke.com Website: www.tilleke.com

Representative(s): Chalermchai Mahagitsiri, President & Chief Executive Officer Jean Paul Thevenin, Director Jitender P. Verma, Senior Executive Vice President and Group CFO

Representative(s): David Beckstead, Consultant Andrew Stoutley, Chief Operating Officer Kasamesunt Teerasitsathaporn, Partner

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 150 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 highgrowth 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 & Services: • Shipping Thoresen Shipping Singapore is an international dry bulk shipping company providing tramp services on global basis. • Oil services Mermaid Maritime PCL is an international specialist subsea & offshore drilling services company & a Singapore listed company with bases in multiple locations. • Commodity logistics PM Thoresen Asia Holdings PCL is holding Company for Baconco Co., Ltd., a leading manufacturer and supplier of NPK fertilizer in Vietnam & 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 & distribution player to several industries including pulp & paper, food processing sugar, ethanol, animal feed, & cement in Thailand. • Food Beverage Sino Grandness Food Industry Group is an integrated manufacturer and distributor of bottled juices as well as canned fruits & vegetables with headquarter in Shenzhen, the PRC, & is a Singapore listed company.

Established in 1890, we have grown into the largest independent law firm in Thailand and a leading international firm in Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam due to our client focus, regional expertise, and international vision. 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 & Services: Legal Services

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Tractus Asia Limited 75/64, 75/67 Richmond Office Building, 18th Floor, Sukhumvit Road, Soi 26, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: +66 2 260 8200 Email: info@tractus-asia.com Website: www.tractus-asia.com

TROCADELYO CO., LTD. 170/42 Ocean Tower 1, 14th Floor, New Ratchadapisek Road, Klongtoey, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110 Tel: (+66) 81 827 4701 Email: p.moysiuk@trocadelyo.com Website: www.vovan-bangkok.com

Representative(s): John Evans, Managing Director Dennis Meseroll, Executive Director Arunrat Chumroentaweesup, Consulting Manager, Thailand

Representative(s): Paul Moysiuk, Partner Frederic Favre, Managing Director and Senior Partner

Background: Tractus Asia is a Management Consulting Company focused on assisting foreign investors achieve success in Asia. Products & Services: Consulting service

Background: A business advisory group established in Thailand since 2003, with offices in Bangkok, Phuket, Banglamung, Hua Hin, Yangon, Vientiane and correspondents in Japan, China, Singapore, France, England, Germany, Canada, Mexico and Benin. Products & Services: A team of experienced foreign & Thai Consultants, Lawyers, Arbitrators, Mediators, Directors & Coaches. Trocadelyo Group advise clients about business strategies and operations. Trocadelyo Group is your business partner for Asia and Africa. The company’s main activities are: • Mergers & Acquisitions • Assets Managements • Trade • Business Matching • Human Resources, coaching, training and Capacity Development • Legal services • Accounting & Finance Our portfolio of clients includes private and public companies, international organisations, Non Government Organisations as well as individual investors. We communicate in Thai, English, French and Japanese. Contact us to find out how we can help you achieve your business objectives.

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Trend Digital Co., Ltd 440/10, 4th Floor Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor) Klongton Neau, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 2 115 5953 Email: info@trendsdigital.com

Representative(s): Sunny Patel, Managing Director Background: TRENDS Digital specializes in Digital Marketing, online Brand Management, Content Creation, Social Media Strategy, and Campaign Management. Our mission is to help our clients adapt in a quickly moving marketplace by providing top-quality 360 Digital Marketing Solutions matching client’s branding and marketing objectives. To fulfill this mission, the TRENDS team continually evaluates global trends and innovations in Digital and implements effective strategies to meet the objectives of our clients. We are a Board of Investment (BOI) promoted company by the Investment Board of Thailand to help support the development of Digital Knowledge in Thailand. Products & Services: • Digital Social Media Strategy • Content Management • Consultation Services • Social Media Monitoring • Social Media Security Admin • Online Brand Management • Social PR Crisis management • Digital Influencers • Adwords, SEM, Google Partner • Facebook Partner • Digital CRM Solutions • Digital loyalty • Project based Strategy Software roll-outs • Youtube VDO creative production • ASEAN APAC focused (scalable)

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Government of Alberta Alberta Singapore Office One George St, # 11-01 Singapore 049145 Tel: +65-6854-5872 Email: AlbertaSoutheastAsia@gov.ab.ca Website: www.albertacanada.com/singapore

Hootsuite Singapore 1 Keong Saik Road Singapore 089109 Website: www.hootsuite.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/hootsuite Twitter: @Hootsuite

Representative(s): Ron Hoffmann, Alberta Senior Representative for the Asia Pacific Basin Katherine Malacaman, Acting Commercial Officer

Representative(s): Rich Meiklejohn, General Manager, Asia Pacific

Background: Southeast Asia is an increasingly important trade and investment partner for Alberta, accounting for over one billion dollars (Canadian) in annual exports as well as significant investment interests in the province. Established in 2013 and located in Singapore, the Alberta Southeast Asia and Oceania office is responsible for building Alberta economic and commercial relations within the region. The office helps Alberta companies establish Southeast Asia business relationships by connecting Albertans to the Southeast Asian market, promoting Alberta businesses and their capabilities, advocating for Alberta’s interests in Southeast Asia. In addition, the office supports businesses looking to invest in Alberta or work with Alberta companies by facilitating connections with potential partners in Alberta and highlighting the advantages of doing business in Alberta.

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Background: Hootsuite is the most widely used social media management platform, used by over 16 million people around the globe and trusted by more than 800 of the Fortune 1000. Hootsuite’s battle-tested technology, extensive ecosystem, and social DNA help organizations to champion the power of human connections at scale. To learn more, visit www.hootsuite.com. Products & Services: www.hootsuite.com/plans/enterprise


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MARINE INSTITUTE (MI) PO Box 4920, 155 Ridge Road, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, A1C 5R3 Tel: 1 (709) 778 0484 Email: miintl@mi.mun.ca Website: www.mi.mun.ca/mi_international

REDEV PROPERTIES (CY LIMITED) 502 Golden Centre, 188 Des Voeux Road Central Hong Kong Tel: (+852) 2815 9131 Email: stephen@redevproperties.com Website: www.redevproperties.com

Representative(s): Bill Chrislett, Director, MI International Marlene Power, Project Manager, MI International Sonia Ho, International Student Coordinator

Representative(s): Darwin Forer, Vice-President Asia

Background: The Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland (MI) is North America’s most comprehensive institute dedicated to education, training, & 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 & 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.

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 & Services: Direct Cash flow from ownership in Canadian shopping malls.

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RIGHT TO PLAY THAILAND FOUNDATION 2533 Sukhumvit Road, Pricha Building, Bang Chak, Prakhanong, Bangkok 10260 Thailand Tel: (+66) 2740 3520 ext. 115 Email: ndeloughry@righttoplay.com Website: www.righttoplay.com, www.righttoplay.or.th

ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOL 4175 West 29th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada Tel: 604.221.3915 Email: mcheng@stgeorges.bc.ca Website: www.stgeorges.bc.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/stgeorgesbc Twitter: twitter.com/saintsbc

Representative(s): Niamh De Loughry, Country Manager

Representative(s): Monica Cheng, Admissions Outreach Associate

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: St. George’s School is a world-class boys’ university preparatory school in Vancouver offering a day program for students in Grade 1 to 12 & a boarding program for Grade 8 to 12. With a total enrollment of 1150, of which 110 are boarding students from over 20 countries worldwide, St. George’s School has achieved national & international prominence in many academic, artistic & athletic competitions.

Products & 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 ThailandBurma/Myanmar border. More information can be found at www.righttoplay.com / www.righttoplay.or.th.

We offer some of the most diverse curricular options: whether it’s our advanced placement classes, Latin, the Underwater Robotics Club, rugby and basketball teams, or our seven award-winning bands and ensembles. At the Grade 10 level, students choose our optional theme-based majors called “cohort programs” that transcend multiple disciplines including: Science and Technology, Outdoor Education, Global Studies & Performing Arts.

We are committed to Authentic Learning: gone are the days when learning was all about memorization. Using approaches like Harkness our students are shown how to apply learning in real life, problem-solving contexts as they seek authentic connections between their curricular and real-world problems.

We have an extraordinary university placement rate: 100% of our 160+ graduates receive over 740 acceptances annually to over 140 universities worldwide & over $2 million in scholarships. Our boys lead from within: “Making a positive difference to your community.” Guided by our six core values - Integrity, Humility, Resilience, Empathy, Respect, and Responsibility our students lead from within in a school where every boy is known, loved, engaged, and achieving. Products & Services: Education (Elementary and Secondary School)

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UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA PO Box 3025 STN CSC Victoria, BC V8W 3P2, Canada Tel: 250-721-6076 Email: ramjik@uvic.ca Website: www.uvic.ca

Representative(s): Carolyn L Russell, Director, Student Recruitment and Global Engagement Karima Ramji, Manager, International Programs Co-operative Education Program and Career Services Background: The University of Victoria offers Canada’s most extraordinary environment for discovery and innovation. It is consistently ranked in the top three Canadian comprehensive universities, and among the top five universities in Canada for scientific impact. Students from Thailand and over 100 countries are drawn to UVic for research-inspired teaching and hands-on experiences that accelerate their personal growth and career success. At this internationally renowned teaching and research hub, UVic faculty and students are focused on urgent issues that matter to people, places and the planet. The university’s location on the tip of an island on the edge of a continent, and its international population, inspire new ways of thinking and engaging with an increasingly globalized world. UVic is also home to one of Canada’s largest co-operative education programs, launched in 1976. Our students complete over 4,000 co-op work terms with more than 1,350 employer organizations in 49 countries, including Thailand. CanCham members can hire co-op students with a variety of skills and specialties for four-month co-op work terms or longer starting in January, May and September. Learn more at www.uvic.ca Products & Services: • Undergraduate programs • Graduate Programs • Continuing Studies • Co-operative Education and Career Services

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Individual Members Chandranthan S. Vardhamanan (Mahesh Jain) Tel: +66 84 3300 770 Email: mj@asvaimpex.com Website: www.asvaimpex.com ASVA Impex is the ‘Commodities Trading Arm’ of ASVA Group dealing in metals (scrap and finished), plastics (recycling, pellets and scrap), agro (rice and pulses), paper, and palm oil. Asva Impex also provides advisory services for Myanmar and Cambodia-related business ventures and investment opportunities, and for new incubations in the region.

philanthropy, international development, health and education. David has served in multiple public affairs roles responsible for strategic communications, media relations, event management, donor engagement and CSR partnerships. He’s a highly effective communicator and analytical thinker with an interest in solving some of the world’s most pressing social challenges. Products & Services: Strategic Communications, Public Relations, Digital Marketing, Writing

Craig Chau Yogibo Thailand Tel: +6681 814 6566 Email: craigchau88@gmail.com Website: www.yogibo.com Established in 2009, Yogibo has established itself as one of the leading brand of furniture for the modern day living. With over 120 stores worldwide and growing, Yogibo’s innovative design, futuristic fabrics and special fiber beads, makes it a super comfortable experience for every individuals, couples, families and even pets. We invite you to visit our website and find out more about Yogibo and why it is so different!

CRAIG WINFREY Head of Services, Strategy and Business Development, Bombardier Transportation Thailand Email: craig.winfrey@outlook.com

DAVID VENN Tel: +66 (0)82 998 8177 Email: davidjvenn@gmail.com Website: www.linkedin.com/in/dvenn Twitter: @davidjvenn David Venn is a communications and public relations consultant with more than a decade of experience in the fields of

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Don Lavoie Director Business Development & Sales Asia Pacific, System Division 3354/16-19 6th Floor, Manorom Building Rama IV Road, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Email: lavoiedon@gmail.com Don first came to Asia in 1975 when he was appointed VicePresident, 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. The contract was signed in early 1992, but unfortunately the project was cancelled shortly thereafter. Don continued to pursue opportunities in Asia for SNC-Lavalin until joining Bombardier transportation in 1997. As Vice President for Asia he established a regional sales and marketing office to pursue transit opportunities for the world’s leading mass transportation company. He continued to represent Bombardier transportation in Thailand for the Systems Division responsible for business development and sales until retiring in 2017. DR. TARA STEWART Founder and CEO of Cortical Care Email: info@corticalcare.com, tstewart@corticalcare.com Website: www.corticalcare.com Products & Services: Medical Services


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Evelyne WHitworth Ms. Evelyne Whitworth was the Country Programme Advisor with the UNDP in Kenya from 2012 to 2015. Prior to that she was with UNDP’s Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery in New York where she worked as a Crisis Policy Specialist since 2010. She was recruited into the UNDP through Leadership Development Programme (LEAD) from the UN’s Department of Political Affairs.

FRANCES ELAINE MACEACHERN Financial Sector Specialist, International Finance Corporation Siam Tower, 28th Fl, 989 Rama 1 Rd, Patumwan, Bangkok, 10330 Thailand Tel: +12026403616 Email: emaceachern@ifc.org Website: www.ifc.org

Ms. Whitworth has a 20+ year career in post-conflict reconstruction, the promotion of human welfare and advancement of social reforms and economic development. She was one of the first humanitarian workers to enter Rwanda during the 1994 Genocide. She is a member of the Rwandan diaspora, born and raised in a refugee camp in Tanzania. Working for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), during and immediately after the Genocide, she played a critical role in strategically positioning the ICRC for their many post-conflict initiatives. Her efforts at ICRC contributed to thousands of non-accompanied children being reunited with their families as well as detainee registration, counselling and care. Her portfolio also included ensuring that women were supported to play a participatory role in the reconstruction, which opened the doors for them to hold strategic positions in the transition government and for Rwanda to become a model for women’s participation in governance worldwide. Ms. Whitworth has served on a number of global and regional initiatives for peace and reconciliation, authored publications on Women, Peace and Security and is the recipient of several public awards, including the Royal Roads University Founders’ Award in recognition of leadership and personal development. She teaches at the Rwanda Peace Academy (RPA) and International Peace Support Training Centre (IPSTC) Kenya on subject matters including: Protection of Civilians; Conflict Analysis; Transition Justice; and Gender, Leadership and Peacebuilding Ms. Whitworth has an MA in Human Security and Peacebuilding from Royal Roads University in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

GREG BEATTY Email: gregfieldbeatty@gmail.com Canadian with a US law degree and 25+ years of experience in Asia. An internship at Baker McKenzie (Bangkok) more than 25 years ago launched an international career that has spanned telecommunications, energy, technology licensing and hospitality. For the past 12 years, Greg was the MD and COO for two companies that provide technology solutions to leading hotel chains globally. He is a frequent lecturer at universities. JOHN MCGRATH 101/177 Moo 7 Soi Mooban, Bangpleenives, Bangpleeyai, Samutprakan 10540 Thailand Email: john.mcgrath@tcis.ac.th Website: www.tcis.ac.th

JONI SIMPSON Email: simpson@ilo.org Joni has over fifteen years of practical experience in women’s economic empowerment and women’s entrepreneurship and twenty years working on socio-economic development. She has extensive experience in community economic development, social economy and also in micro finance. She currently serves as a Senior Specialist in Gender, Equality and

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Individual Members Non-discrimination at the International Labour Organization, where she provides guidance to ILO Constituents for policy and programme development relating to workplace inclusiveness, inclusive growth, gender equality and non-discrimination. She has developed multi-country projects and led teams to serve the needs of women and youth in entrepreneurship development. Joni is an advocate for inclusive growth and sustainable development. Her experience spans across Europe, Africa, the Middle East, North America, Central Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and East Asia.

KELLY CAILES Regional Business Development Manager AG Growth International (AGI) Tel: +66 92 764 4981 Email: kelly.cailes@aggrowth.com

LAWRENCE CORDES 432/5 Lat Prao 64, Wongthong Lang, Bangkok 10310 Tel: 089-797-4730 Email: lawrence@casacordes.com Lawrence has been in Asia for over 17 years and over 28 years of experience in Canada and Thailand in the hotel/restaurant operations. Lawrence has worked as a Director of Food and Beverage and General Manager in 5-star Hotels such as Hotel Muse, Toscana Valley Hotels and Golf Resort, Six Senses Resorts and Spa’s private business club and Group General Manager with several franchise restaurants such as Jones the Grocer, illycaffè, Mejico and Zambrero Mexican restaurants. Today, Lawrence enjoys being Brand Ambassador for Evian, Volvic and Badoit mineral waters from France for Thailand concentrating on expanding the global brands reach into hotels and restaurants in Thailand.

As the former Executive Director and board member of CanCham Thailand, Kelly has been directly involved with many sectors in Canada and ASEAN. He has built relationships with Thai Ministries and is directly connected to Canadian provincial and federal governments. Kelly’s private sector network includes companies in Thailand, Canada and Asia as a whole. Maintaining and nurturing these relationships is key to supporting the efforts to increase Canada’s footprint in Thailand. As a Project Manager and Business person, Kelly has 23 years experience involved with multi-sectors and multi-disciplinary fields in Canada and ASEAN. Kelly has managed projects in Automotive, Logistics, Oil and Gas and Water Treatment. He has proven experience of cross managing Structure, HVAC, Electrical, Mechanical, Instrumentation and Fire. His ability to manage scope, cost, schedule and change have resulted in successfully securing new projects ranging from $500k to $30M. Kelly has commercially contributed on projects directly with estimation and sales teams, by collaborating to develop tender strategies that produce project awards. He is technically and commercially savvy and works with a sense of urgency while maintaining a high degree of passion. Kelly is a highly developed influencer, communicator and facilitator. He currently is the regional business development manager of Southeast Asia, Japan and Korea for AG Growth International (AGI) KEN HEMMERICH Operations Manager Coastal Energy Corporation Tel: +668 1921 1061 Email: ken.hemmerich@gmail.com

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Lesley Nernberg Technical Services Manager Animal Nutrition Tel: +66 92 278 8667 Email: lesley.nernberg@biomin.net Website: www.biomin.net I have gained experienced over my career in animal and aqua nutrition, feed formulation, technical product support, sales, marketing, market development, and promotion through various roles in the feed industry working directly with suppliers of feed, feed ingredients, and feed additives. I am a technical based thinker that is strategic and fact-based in my approach to problem-solving yet holds a spark of creativity and business guided to think outside the box, something I feel that can be lacking within the current industry. As a technical role in poultry nutrition and swine nutrition, I have a proven track record of converting research-based data into practical and marketable information, along with practical feed products and feeding programs. My roots and history involve growing up on a mixed grain and livestock farm in Western Canada. I have also gained work experience in selling feed directly to livestock producers at the farm gate. I feel combining my farm background along with experiences gained in sales, marketing, and technical support of feed and feed products provides the necessary skills


Individual Members to play an important role and succeed in today’s animal and aqua feed industry. Over the last 5 years, I have been based in SE Asia and have the ability to bring a global perspective to today’s ever-changing feed industry. My experience as a western born and raised animal nutritionist and now living in the eastern world provides a unique skill set to advance any animal nutrition company’s global growth goals and targets. MARISHA SHIBUYA Tel: 091-807-9828 Email: marisha@pbpi.com

LILI CAMACHO Tel: +66-82-962-8209 Email: lili@dsilglobal.com Website: www.dsilglobal.com Lili envisions a world where everyone’s basic needs are met so they are free to make choices that allow them to live into their full potential. As an economist and environmentalist, her work looks towards improving challenges in communities on a local and global level using design thinking methods that put culture first. Lili published a book chapter through NTS Press for ASEAN policymakers dedicated to engaging diverse viewpoints on the consequences of hydro dam development in Thailand and Myanmar. Lili has also worked with the international development sector in many ways from M&E to value chain systems; most exciting for her was designing programming for climate change resiliency with communities that allow people to see future possibilities, therefore encouraging stronger agency in their choices today. Lili has a knack for designing projects that become self-sustaining with major partners across four continents, focusing on private sector solutions and innovative partnership structures. She has a knack for project management; leading up to nine projects simultaneously for major government and INGO donors while finding engaging ways to keep global teams on track both virtually and in person. Lili did her graduate training in economics at McMaster University in Canada, turning down a PhD scholarship to pursue applied social innovation work around the world. Now working with DSIL Global, an innovation company based in Bangkok, Singapore and USA, Lili thrives in using the design thinking process to help DSIL’s clients identify hidden opportunities for sustainable innovation.

Marisha Wojciechowska-Shibuya is an international water resources management expert with 25 years of experience. She has been working and living in Asia for over 13 years (Tokyo and Bangkok), and has performed assignments for a broad range of multilateral agencies, international financial institutions, governments, and civil society organizations. She has also supported the outreach strategies of private sector clients’ innovative water technologies into the Asia-Pacific region. Marisha has a B.A. from McGill University, an M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences from the Université du Québec à Montréal, and an M.Sc. in International Development from the School of Law, Tulane University, New Orleans. She is a Canadian national, bilingual French-English.

MICHAEL WHITE Tel: 02-237-9828-4002, 081-926-9863 Email: michael.white@imasasia.net Website: www.imas.net

NATASAK ROJANAPICHES Tel: 02 696 8000 Website: www.oracle.com/th/corporate/contact/index.html Natasak Rodjanapiches is the Managing Director for Oracle Corporations (Thailand). He has an overall responsibility for Thailand operations including Sales, Alliance & Channels, Marketing, Technical Support, Education and Consulting. He holds this post since 1997. In addition, between 2007-2010 he has dual responsibilities as Regional Managing Director covering countries including Thailand, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan and their related countries, Vietnam and their surrounding

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Individual Members countries. All Managing Directors for these countries reported to him. Prior to Oracle, Mr. Rodjanapiches was at Tandem Computer International Incorporated. As Regional Director for Tandem’s Thailand, Vietnam and Laos operations, he was responsible for strategic planning, sales and support for all Tandem products and services.

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

Parwinder S. Sadana Citizenship & Immigration Practitioner Service Links Canada (Thailand) Co. Ltd. Canadian Citizenship & Immigration Services # 9/39, Hue Sukhumvit, 3rd Floor, Sukhumvit 62/3, Bang Chak, Phra Khanong, Bangkok 10260 Tel: +66 2 003 1450, +66 86 156 8786 Fax: +1 604-299-2951 Email: info@servicelinks.ca, info@studylinks.ca Website: www.servicelinks.ca, www.studylinks.ca

PETER VAN HAREN CanCham Hall of Fame Recipient Tel: 0818221660 Email: peter@vharen.com Country: Thailand

Service Links Canada Inc., is an immigration law consultancy firm with over 10 years of experience assisting a diverse global clientele. We are headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with Asia office in Bangkok, Thailand. At Service Links Canada, we practice various areas in Canadian immigration law. We deal in cases of permanent residence and serves clients in applying for program applications such as federal skilled worker (Express Entry), humanitarian and compassionate, provincial nominee programs, parental and spousal sponsorships, and other cases, which involve business workers. In addition, we give clients assistance with several types of work permits (open work permits, etc.), study permits, citizenship applications, PRRAs, and permits for temporary residency such as super visa. At both offices of Service Links in Canada and Thailand, our Staff speaks a variety of languages including English, Thai, Punjabi, Hindi,

PIMSIRI SIRIKHUANG Consultant/Liaison Officer, GIC Capital Corp Tel: 091-787-6444 Email: perfecttouchserv@gmail.com Website: www.giccapital.com, www.healthtransformation.ca

Pimsiri Sirikhuang is a Consultant/Liaison Officer at GIC Capital Corporation. 10+ years experience in oil/gas industry, self-made and partnership companies in oil/gas and health and wellness international business. A business coach for start-up entrepreneurs, a consultant for oil/gas merging and acquisition, and a consultant in infrastructure and government project investment.

Urdu, Cantonese, Mandarin and Persian. Parwinder Sadana is President of Service Links Canada Inc., and Director of Service Links Canada (Thailand) Co. Ltd. He started his Immigration Consultancy practice in 2004 and completed his Immigration Practitioner Program at University of British Columbia in 2005 and become member of Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants (CSIC) in 2006 and later he became a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, licensed by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). He has been honoured with a fellowship from The Canadian Migration Institute (CMI), which educates and accredits its members, advocates on immigration law and policy, and promotes consumer protection within the Immigration community. He holds Gold Member status of Canadian Association of Professional Consultants (CAPIC) and Commissioner of Oaths of British Columbia.

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PRACHA RAKSINCHAROENSAK 9th Floor, UFM Building 177 Rajawongse Road, Bangkok 10100 Tel: (+66) 2260 0680 Email: pracha51@cscoms.com 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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RAYMOND TESKE Email: rayteske@hillcrest-thai.com With over 30 years in the IT industry, I have a breadth of experience in technology and its applications in a wide variety of sectors. My career spans three phases. First I was primarily an independent consultant in application development and networking for a number of government organizations. During college I worked summer experience programs for the Government of Canada and worked in a start up broadband provider writing Video Games. As part of the formal college program I did a work semester at Federal Systems of Canada that led to developing applications for various government departments in Canada. This eventually led to a role on the Royal Communications Project in Thailand. In August 1992 at the end of my CIDA contract I decided to take time off and start a consulting firm focused on the International Development Assistance area. In early 1993 I was asked to help start a new systems integrator focusing on the growing international investment across Thailand. We enjoyed success and at the end of 1999 I sold my stake in both companies to the other investors. In 2000 I joined Nortel Networks to lead the sales effort to the internet market in ASEAN. At Nortel I was responsible for both sales and technology leadership across the Enterprise, Carrier Voice and Data, Optical and Wireless business units. My last role was as President of Nortel Japan. In 2009 Nortel Enterprise Solutions was acquired by Avaya I was offered the role to lead the efforts in ASEAN. In 2013 I took on a broader APAC role to lead our Cloud and Service Provider strategy. With the restructuring that started in 2015 I took advantage of an early retirement program and left. After a 9 month sabbatical we started up Hillcrest Ventures which brought me back full circle to independent consulting.

RENÉ BOURGEOIS Managing Partner Go Study Canada 18th Floor, Sathornthani Building II, North Sathorn Rd., Bangkok 10500 Tel: (+66) 2 238 1752, (+66) 89 036 4908 Email: rene@gostudycanada.net Website: www.gostudycanada.net

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.

Renee Wong Finance Operations, Agoda 8D Baan Pipat, 21/2 Soi Pipat, Silom Road, Bangrak Bangkok 10500 Tel: 0955861037 Email: reneewong512@gmail.com Renee has travelled and lived around the world. She was born in Ottawa, Canada, educated in the U.K. and working in Hong Kong for almost ten years. She is fluent in both English and Chinese. Renee has recently moved to Bangkok with her husband and dog, and is eager to continue her career here. She is currently looking for opportunities in both private and public sector. As a Certified Public Accountant, Renee has gained a wealth of experience in financial management and business analysis from 7 years as an audit manager for PricewaterhouseCoopers, conducting financial audits for listed multinational companies in various industries including utilities and pharmaceutical, as well as governmental bodies and non-profit organisations, and 2 years as Regional Finance Manager for Dentons Asia Pacific, helping it expand in the region to become the world’s largest legal network. She was heavily involved in the financial planning and implementation of the merger between Dentons and China’s biggest legal network, Dacheng. Renee has excellent exposure to business operations and risk management and solid knowledge of international accounting standards and auditing standards. She is intellectually agile and find it stimulating to work in different industries and types of businesses. Renee holds a Bachelor of Science with honours in Economics and Government from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Following from her interest in international development and emerging economies, she has also recently completed a master’s degree in International and Public Affairs, with distinction, from the University of Hong Kong.

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RICHARD CAYNE Managing Director Meyer International Limited 399 Interchange 21 Building 23rd Floor, Sukhumvit Road, Wattana, Bangkok, 10110 Tel: (+66) 2611 2561 Email: Richard@meyerjapan.com 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.

Sathish Chandranath.S. Managing Director Asva Consulting Co., Ltd. 404, Piyamitr Building, Suriyawong Rd., Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand Tel: 084 648 4643 Email: sathishjain@asvaconsulting.com Website: www.asvaconsulting.com ASVA Consulting Co., Ltd. is a specialized intuitive & innovative consulting company- offering strategic consulting in niche but high impact domains. Our core focus is Financial sector (BFSI) and functionally we provide professional. We are proud of successfully implementing many Complex Global Strategic Intitiatives(Techonolgy)- scope was (35+ Countries) in Financial Sector specifically. Our co-ordinates are Email: info@asvaconsulting.com. Products & Services: Master Data Management | Credit Risk Process Automation | Data Governance | Regulatory | Portfolio & Program Management( Techno - Business) | Incubating ( new age frontiers Block Chain - IoT - Big Data )

SAMANTHA SOLOMON Email: solomon_sam@hotmail.com

SCOTT COATES Website: www.exotravel.com SAM COHEN CANCHAM Hall of Fame Recipient 126/36 Sampoom Garden, #704, Sathorn Nua Road, Soi 14, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Tel: 66 (0) 2637 7920 Email: aerexpth@gmail.com Mr. Cohen is retired. He was a petroleum geologist and a consultant in the petroleum, energy, agricultural and educational sectors. He is also a consultant on developing trade and investment potential both in Thailand and Canada.

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Scott is Director of People Develop with EXO Travel; one of Asia’s largest destination management companies (travel and tours). He is responsible for identifying, designing and delivering development programs for EXO’s 870 team members at 26 offices in 10 countries. Succession planning and career progression is also a major focus with his team of 11 HR professionals in regional offices. A longtime resident of Asia, he moved to Thailand in 1999 to co-found luxury travel company Smiling Albino, which he successfully exited in 2013 to pursue a career in training and leadership. He has written for publications around the world, maintains a travel podcast (www.talktravelasia.com) and has worked throughout Asia.


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SEAN BRADY CANCHAM Hall of Fame Recipient 177/21 Koolpunt Ville 9 Moo 12, Banwan, Hang Dong Chiangmai 50230 Email: bpseanb@yahoo.com

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

TIM CORNWALL, PHD Managing Consultant Speech Work Consultancy Liberty Place, Suite 111, 42 Sukhumvit Road, Soi 22, Klongton, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110 Tel: (+66) 81 834 8982 Email: cornwall.tim@gmail.com Website: www.speechwork.co.th, www.guided-ielts.com, www.bangkoksnowremoval.com, www.thaiednet.org Dr. Tim Cornwall is Managing Consultant for Speech Work Consultancy (speechwork.co.th), a local company providing English language support. Ranging from teaching corporate business-English courses to providing one-on-one English skills mentoring, from writing speeches to editing reports and from supporting clients in preparing presentations to holding or organizing workshops. Dr. Tim offers an eclectic variety of services for clients looking to enhance their presence and/or abilities in English. His company, through Bangkok Snow Removal, (bangkoksnowremoval.com) offers unique corporate calendars and cards featuring Bangkok scenes, with and without a blanket of snow, along with other watercolours and line drawings. Dr. Tim offers his services as a Celebrant for couples looking for a non-religious wedding ceremony (http://thailandweddingguru.com/item/dr-tim-cornwall-bangkok-celebrant/). Dr. Tim is currently International Marketing Director for East Regalia, (eastregalia.com) a local company that has been producing regalia, jewels, bags and gift items since 2005. Involved with the Rotary Club of Bangkok South for 16 years, (http://rotarybangkoksouth.org/) Tim has been on the board five times. years. He is also involved with Capitol Toastmasters Clubs, (capitoltoastmasters.com) which he helped to establish in May 2000. Products & Services: English Language Teaching, Writing and Editing, Wedding Celebrant, Regalia and Bag Manufacturing.

Best Professional Services Award 2006

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Corporate Members Young Professionals

AJ Easton Sales Manager Golfasian Co., Ltd. Tel: +66 (0) 2-714-8470 ext. 15 Mobile: +66 (0) 84-244-1112 Email: aj@golfasian.com Website: www.golfasian.com Originally from Calgary, I moved to Thailand in 2004 to pursue a new culture and gain new experience. Now with 10+ years in the hospitality and tourism industry in Thailand, it was the best decision I could have made. I am currently the Sales Manager for Golfasian, providing people from around the globe the chance to come and experience great golf along with top class hotels and the great service South East Asia is known for. Prior to Golfasian, I completed my university education in Phuket and quickly moved into managing a team of 20 international staff for an OTA based in Phuket.

Michael Currie Fling 100 Sathorn Nakorn Tower, 9th Floor, North Sathorn Road Bangrak Bangkok 10500 Tel: 064-535-2752 Email: mcurrie@fling.asia Website: www.fling.asia Twitter: fling___ Drone logistics company Products & Services: UAV software and hardware

JEFF HUTCHINGS Tel: 097 181 9737 Email: jeff.hutchings123@gmail.com Yasumasa Takenouchi Email: takenouchi_y@jbe.co.th

Jesse StarosTa Head of the Legal Recruitment Practice Tel: 0993970878 Email: jessestarosta@gmail.com Website: atj.asia Jesse is a Partner and the Head of the Legal Recruitment Practice at ATJ covering the recruitment of Legal and Compliance candidates both in-house across all industries and for the Private Practice industry in Japan. This includes Japanese Attorneys, Foreign Qualified Attorneys and legal and compliance staff at all levels from Staff, Managers, Legal Counsel and General Counsel.

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Index by Sector ACCOUNTING/AUDITING

EDUCATION

Deloitte Thailand .........................................................................71 MBMG Investment Advisory.......................................................86 PKF Tax and Consulting Services.............................................91

Bangkok Patana School .............................................................60 BASIS International School …………...........................................63 Berkeley International School ..................................................64 British Columbia International School ...................................68 Canadian International School of Thailand ...........................69 International School Bangkok (ISB) ........................................77 McGrath, John .......................................................................... 113 KIS International School .......................................................... 80 La Petite Ecole Bangkok.............................................................81 Marine Institute (MI) ................................................................ 107 NIST International School ........................................................ 89 Right to Play Thailand Foundation ....................................... 108 Saint George’s School ….......................................................... 108 Sasin Graduate Institute ............................................................94 University of Victoria ……......................................................... 109

AGRICULTURE Nernberg, Lesley............................................ ……………………..114

ARCHITECTURAL RDG Services Ltd. ......................................................................93

AUTOMOTIVE Magna Automotive (Thailand)...................................................84

BANKING Bangkok Bank PCL ....................................................................60 Thanachart Bank PCL ................................................................99

CONSULTING Brady, Sean ............................................................................... 119 Cailes, Kelly............................................................................... 114 Chandranath.S., Sathish ......................................................... 118 Chanovan, Surachit (Art) ........................................................ 119 Cornwall, Tim............................................................................ 119 Deloitte Thailand .........................................................................71 PKF Tax and Consulting Services ............................................91 Scarry, Andrew Michael ........................................................... 56 Sirikhuang, Pimsiri .................................................................. 116 Simpson, Joni …………………...................................................... 113 Stonelotus Ventures................................................................... 97 Tractus Asia Limited ............................................................... 102 Van Haren, Peter ...................................................................... 116 Venn, David................................................................................ 112 Whitworth, Evelyne …............................................................. 113

ENERGY Hemmerich, Ken ...................................................................... 114

ENGINEERING Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd. ................................................... 79 Premier Tech Chronos Ltd. ...................................................... 91

ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE Easton, AJ ................................................................................. 120 British Club, The ....................................................................... 100 Kimberly Holdings Corp. .......................................................... 79 Lotus Valley Golf Resort ........................................................... 83 Royal Paragon Hall .....................................................................93 Royal Varuna Yacht Club ............................................................94

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd. ...................................................65 Siam Canadian Group Ltd. ........................................................96

Asia Clean Innovations ............................................................. 58 Camacho, Lili ............................................................................ 115 IEM Co., Ltd. .................................................................................78 Marine Institute (MI) ................................................................ 107 Shibuya, Marisha ..................................................................... 115

DIGITAL MARKETING

EXECUTIVE SEARCH

ABM Connect Co., Ltd. ............................................................................ 56

Criterion Asia Recruitment........................................................70

CONSUMER PRODUCTS

Lexicon ......................................................................................... 83 Paper & Page (Thailand) Co., Ltd..............................................90 Trends Digital Co., Ltd. ............................................................ 103

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EXPLORATION AND MINING Metal Tiger Thailand...................................................................87


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FASHION Rajas Fashions ........................................................................... 92

Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit .....................................92 Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit ....................................................95 Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit ......................................................97

FINANCIAL SERVICES Bangkok Bank PCL ....................................................................60 Deloitte Thailand ........................................................................71 MacEachern, Frances Elaine ................................................. 113 Pathfinder Asia ...........................................................................90 Wong, Renee ............................................................................. 117 Cayne, Richard ........................................................................ 118 Thanachart Bank PCL ...............................................................99

IMMIGRATION SERVICES

FOOD AND BEVERAGE

JES Interior Co., Ltd. ................................................................. 78

Bangkok Sausage House ...........................................................63 Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd. ...................................................65 Bangkok Sausage House............................................................65 British Club, The ....................................................................... 100 Drink Wise Co., Ltd. .....................................................................72 GFOUR International Co., Ltd. …...............................................74 Human Brands Thailand ............................................................76 Kimberly Holdings Corp. ...........................................................79 Cordes, Lawrence .................................................................... 114 Raksincharoensak, Pracha .................................................... 116 Siam Canadian Group Ltd. ........................................................96

FURNITURE Chau (Yogibo), Craig ................................................................. 112

GOVERNMENT ORGANISATION Embassy of Canada, The ...........................................................73 Government of Alberta ........................................................... 106

HEALTH CARE Bangkok Hospital ........................................................................61 BNH Hospital ...............................................................................64 Bumrungrad Hospital PCl .........................................................67 Kluaynamthai Hospital Group...................................................81

HOSPITALITY Athenee Hotel, The ………………............................................... .100 Bangkok Marriott Sukhumvit....................................................62 Bangkok Marriott Surawongse.................................................62 Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn ......................................................73 Hansar Hotels & Resorts ...........................................................75 Mode Sathorn Hotel ...................................................................87

Sadana, Parwinder S. ............................................................. 116 Bourgeois, Rene ....................................................................... 117

INSURANCE Manulife Insurance (Thailand) ............................................... 85

INTERIOR DESIGN

INVESTMENT ADVISORY MBMG Group Investment Advisory ..........................................86 Redev Properties ..................................................................... 107 Stonelotus Ventures Ltd. .......................................................... 97

JEWELRY Thai Pak Enterprises Co., Ltd. ................................................. 98

LEGAL SERVICES B&N Legal & Project Consulting ............................................. 65 Deloitte Thailand ........................................................................71 DFDL ............................................................................................. 72 Beatty, Greg ............................................................................... 113 Hughes Krupica ...........................................................................76 PKF Tax & Consulting Services.................................................91 Thailand Arbitration Center ……….............................................98 Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd. ..................................... 101 Trocadelyo Co., Ltd. ................................................................. 102

LOGISTICS/ RELOCATION Allied Pickfords - Thailand .......................................................57 Crown Worldwide Ltd. ................................................................70 Hong Kong Transpack Co., Ltd. ............................................... 75 Currie, Michael ......................................................................... 120 Thoresen Thai Agencies Plc. ................................................. 101

MANUFACTURING Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd. ....................................................79 Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd. ...........................................84 Premier Tech Chronos Ltd. .......................................................91

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A

Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. ............................................95

ABM Connect Co., Ltd..................................................................56 Andrew Michael Scarry..............................................................56 Allied Pickfords - Thailand........................................................57 Asia Clean Innovations Co., Ltd.................................................58 Astro Serve (Thailand) Co., Ltd..................................................58 Aware Corporation Ltd................................................................59

MEDICINE Stewart, Tara Dr. ...................................................................... 112

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION Right to Play Thailand Foundation ....................................... 108

REAL ESTATE/PROPERTY MBMG Group Investment Advisory...........................................86 Redev Properties ..................................................................... 107

RECRUITMENT Starosta, Jesse ………………………............................................. 120 My Internship Asia ......................................................................89

SOCIAL Canadian Friendship Society.....................................................68 Golden Axe Throw Club .............................................................74

TECHNOLOGY/IT SERVICES Astro Serve (Thailand) ...............................................................58 Aware Corporation Ltd. ............................................................59 Hootsuite Singapore ............................................................... 106 Levco Holdings ............................................................................82 Mobile Iron ...................................................................................80 Rojanpiches, Natasak ............................................................. 115 Teske, Raymond ....................................................................... 117

TELECOMMUNICATIONS Loxley Public Company Ltd. ......................................................84

TRANSPORTATION Bombardier Transportation ......................................................66 Thoresen Thai Agencies Plc. ................................................. 101 Lavoie, Don ................................................................................ 112 Winfrey, Craig ........................................................................... 112

B Bangkok Bank Public Co., Ltd....................................................60 Bangkok Patana School .............................................................60 Bangkok Hospital ........................................................................61 Bangkok Marriott Sukhumvit....................................................62 Bangkok Marriott Surawongse.................................................62 Bangkok Sausage House............................................................63 BASIS International School …………...........................................63 Berkeley International School ……….........................................64 BNH Hospital ………………………. ..................................................64 B&N Legal & Project Consulting ……........................................65 Boonrawd Brewery Co., Ltd.......................................................65 Bombardier Transportation …………......................................... 66 Bumrungrad Hospital Public Co., Ltd ......................................67 British Columbia Int. School .....................................................68

C Canadian Friendship Society.....................................................68 Canadian Int. School of Thailand..............................................69 Criterion Asia Recruitment .......................................................70 Crown Worldwide Ltd..................................................................70

D Deloitte Thailand..........................................................................71 DFDL...............................................................................................72 Drink Wise Co., Ltd.......................................................................72

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TRAVEL SERVICES / AGENCIES

Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn ......................................................73 Embassy of Canada to Thailand...............................................73

Coates, Scott ............................................................................. 118 Smiling Albino Ltd. .................................................................... 96

G GFOUR International Co., Ltd ……..............................................74 Golden Axe Throw Club …….……................................................74 Government of Alberta …… .................................................. 106

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Hansar Hotels & Resorts............................................................75 Hong Kong Transpack Co., Ltd..................................................75 Hootsuite Singapore ………. .................................................... 106 Hughes Krupica ...........................................................................76 Human Brands Thailand ............................................................76

Raja’s Fashions ...........................................................................92 RDG Services Ltd. .......................................................................93 Redev Properties Ltd ……. ...................................................... 107 Royal Paragon Hall …………………................................................93 Royal Varuna Yacht Club.............................................................94 Right to Play Thailand Foundation........................................ 108

I International School Bangkok ................................................. 77 IEM Co., Ltd ………………………… ...................................................78

J JES Interior Co., Ltd ...................................................................78

K Kanit Engineering Corp., Ltd......................................................79 Kimberly Holdings Corporation................................................79 KIS International School.............................................................80 Kluaynamthai Hospital Group ..................................................81

L La Petite Ecole Bangkok.............................................................81 Levco Holdings Ltd......................................................................82 Lexicon ..........................................................................................83 Lotus Valley Golf Resort ............................................................83 Loxley Public Co., Ltd..................................................................84

M Magna Automotive (Thailand) Ltd.............................................84 Manulife insurance Public, Co., Ltd .........................................85 MBMG Investment Advisory Co., Ltd........................................86 Marine Institute (MI)................................................................. 107 Metal Tiger Thailand ………………................................................87 Mode Sathorn Hotel....................................................................87 Mobile Iron … ………………………....................................................80 My Internship Asia ………………….................................................89

S Saint George’s School…........................................................... 108 Sasin Graduate Institute ...........................................................94 Scandinavian Publishing Co., Ltd. ............................................95 Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok....................................95 Siam Canadian Group Limited .................................................96 Smiling Albino Ltd. .....................................................................96 Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit ......................................................97 Stonelotus Ventures Ltd. ...........................................................97

T Thai Pak Enterprises Co., Ltd. ..................................................98 Thailand Arbitration Center ……….............................................98 Thanachart Bank Public Co., Ltd ..............................................99 The Athenee Hotel ………………............................................... 100 The British Club …….................................................................. 100 Thoresen Thai Agencies Plc. ................................................. 101 Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd. ...................................... 101 Tractus Asia Limited ............................................................... 102 Trocadelyo Co., Ltd……….......................................................... 102 Trends Digital Co., Ltd ............................................................. 103

U University of Victoria ……......................................................... 109

N NIST International School..........................................................89

P Paper & Page (Thailand) Co., Ltd ..…........................................90 Pathfinder Asia, Ltd. …… ............................................................90 PKF Tax & Consulting Services.................................................91 Premier Tech Chronos Ltd.........................................................91 Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit......................................92

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Index by name A Alldridge, Karen .............................................................66 Amatayaku, Pantakamol ...............................................93 Andresen, Jonathan ......................................................88 Anghel, Claudia .............................................................68 Atjanakul, Witsuda (Ice) .................................................90 Aung, Roland .................................................................87 Azam, Danish ................................................................98

B Baig, Mirza Arshad ........................................................98 Balslev, Finn ..................................................................95 Beatty, Greg .................................................................113 Beckstead, David ........................................................101 Bélanger, Michel R. .......................................................73 Belonje, Linda ................................................................80 Bheungnoi, Porntita .......................................................62 Bhirombhakdi, Santi ......................................................65 Bhirombhakdi, Vudha ....................................................65 Boonsong, Nitipong ......................................................65 Bourgeois, René ..........................................................117 Bourque, Kevin ..............................................................76 Brady, Sean .................................................................119 Bragg, Shelley ...............................................................77

C Cailes, Kelly .................................................................114 Camacho, Lili ...............................................................115 Casella, John .................................................................91 Cayne, Richard ............................................................118 Chaiyaroj, Dr. Apichai ....................................................64 Chanate, Sranyoo ..........................................................81 Chandranath.S. Sathish ..............................................118 Chanovan, Surachit (Art) .............................................119 Chapman, Richard ........................................................95 Chartbunchachai, Sonchai ............................................59 Chatikavanij, Wansit ......................................................84 Chau, Craig .................................................................112 Chawawiwattanachai, Runganan ..................................72 Chawawiwattanachai, Wikawee ....................................72 Cheng, Monica ............................................................108 Chong, Litsan ................................................................98 Chrislett, Bill ................................................................107 Christiaens, Charles ......................................................75 Christiansen, Thomas ....................................................62

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Chumroentaweesup, Arunrat ......................................102 Clark, Andrew ................................................................96 Clemens, Ryan ..............................................................68 Coates, Scott ..............................................................118 Cohen, Sam .................................................................118 Colyer-Charusorn, Laurie .............................................. 67 Cordes, Lawrence .......................................................114 Cornwall, Tim Phd .......................................................119 C, Professor Dipak ........................................................94 Cresswell, Geoffrey Leonard .........................................93 Currie Michael .............................................................120

D Davies, Dr. Andrew ........................................................77

E Easton, AJ ...................................................................120 Economou, Thanos .....................................................100 Ellis, Guy ........................................................................57 Ellis, Michael ..................................................................57 Enjalbert, Gregory .........................................................66 Evans, John .................................................................102

F Favre, Frederic .............................................................102 Forer, Darwin ...............................................................107 Fraser, Daniel .................................................................96

G Gaboriault, Yves ............................................................70 Gambles, Paul ...............................................................86 Garaud, Charles ............................................................87 Garvey, Chanelle ...........................................................97 Gillant, Frédéric .............................................................88 Griffiths, Donna .............................................................69 Gulati, Bobby .................................................................92 Gulati, Dane ...................................................................92 Gulati, Raja ....................................................................92 Gulkin, James Peter ......................................................96

H Haandrikman, William ...................................................97 Hanchanlash, Dr. Jingjai ................................................84 Hemmerich, Ken ..........................................................114


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Hoffmann, Ron ............................................................106 Ho, Sonia .....................................................................107 Hutchings, Jeff ............................................................120

Møller, Gregers ..............................................................95 Moysiuk, Paul ..............................................................102 Munro, Rod ...................................................................92

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Janyasakulwong, Kritsana .............................................93 Jaturonrusami, Marut ....................................................79 Johnston, Keith .............................................................87 Jones, Timothy ..............................................................70

Nelson, Ryan .................................................................74 Nernberg, Lesley .........................................................114 Nicou, Marie ..................................................................81 Niphondkit, Pichitra .......................................................70 Norcross, David .............................................................83 Nowak, Jane Anna ........................................................78

K Kiatwateerat, Suda ........................................................66 Kim, Kyoung-Hoon ........................................................78 Krishnamra, Subhasakdi ...............................................71 Kuruzovich, Jared ..........................................................89 Kwan, Caroline ..............................................................86

L Laflamme, Gabriel .........................................................73 Lavoie, Don .................................................................112 Leelaprapahn, Sompohn ...............................................78 Le Lay, Marc ..................................................................70 Levy, David ..............................................................82, 89 Livingston, Ron D. .........................................................78 Loughry, Niamh De ......................................................108

M Maceachern, Frances Elaine .......................................113 Mahagitsiri, Chalermchai .............................................101 Malacaman, Katherine ................................................106 Marlow, Withida .............................................................70 McBean, Andrew ...........................................................91 McBirnie, John ..............................................................63 McBirnie, Sasi ...............................................................63 McGarvey, Carolyn ........................................................63 Mcgrath, John .............................................................113 McKay, Dan ...................................................................97 McNeilly, David Michael .................................................87 Meiklejohn, Rich ..........................................................106 Meseroll, Dennis ..........................................................102 Mills, Matthew G. ..........................................................60 Mitchell, Angus ..............................................................72 Mitchell, Judy ................................................................61 Mokkamakkul, Kanoksak ..............................................60

O O’Brien, Frank ...............................................................84 Okutani, Shigeru ............................................................58 Osborne, Barry ..............................................................94 Outerson, Dean .............................................................94

P Parker, Michael .............................................................:85 Patel, Sunny ................................................................103 Puttinech, Sawitree (Sa) ................................................74 Penny, Brett ...................................................................89 Phanoiwong, Patcharee ................................................57 Pincura, Brenda ..............................................................68 Piovarcsy, Fanny ...........................................................81 Poncelet, Amélie ...........................................................64 Pornsakhan, Aumporn ..................................................62 Power, Marlene ............................................................107 Prussky, Steven .............................................................59 Pudsa, Lalita ..................................................................83

R Ramji, Karima ..............................................................109 Reed, Michael ..............................................................:85 Rego, Cheryl ..................................................................60 Renaud, Jean ................................................................58 Renaud,Jean .................................................................58 Rojanapiches, Natasak ...............................................115 Russell, Carolyn L ........................................................109

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Sadana, Parwinder S. ..................................................116 Said, William (Bill) ..........................................................99 Sangsittiphan, Chairit ....................................................91 San, Min Banyar ............................................................65 Sasse, Daniel .................................................................95 Scarry, Andrew Michael .................................................56 Schade, Derek ...............................................................83 Shea, Barry ....................................................................79 Shea, Regan ..................................................................79 Shibuya, Marisha .........................................................115 Silalai, Prapha ................................................................84 Silverthorne, Ryan .........................................................68 Sim, John ......................................................................91 Simpson, Joni ..............................................................113 Sirikhuang, Pimsiri .......................................................116 Sirinopwongsagon, Seri ................................................56 Sirithongkam, Tanya-Orn ..............................................95 Solomon, Samantha ....................................................118 Sommerville, Cade ........................................................69 Souche, Audray .............................................................72 Srisuriyachai, Sureeporn ............................................... 59 Startosa, Jesse ............................................................120 Stevens, John ................................................................97 Stewart, Dr. Tara ..........................................................112 Stewart, Mark Hamill .....................................................94 Stoutley, Andrew .........................................................101 Sukhom, Wannisa .........................................................58

Umar, Muhammad .........................................................98

T Takenouchi, Yasumasa ................................................120 Tanyaluck, Premrudee .................................................100 Tapingkae, Malinee ........................................................65 Teekawatanasatitkul, Noospatchaya ............................. 62 Teerasitsathaporn, Kasamesunt ..................................101 Tejapaibul, Wiroon .........................................................83 Tejapaibul, Woramet ......................................................83 Teske, Raymond ..........................................................117 Thanalertkul, Surin ........................................................73 Tharnpanya, Gade .........................................................68 Theng, Talun ..................................................................93 Thevenin, Jean Paul ....................................................101 Thewphaingarm, Dr. Nahathai .......................................69 Thies, Elizabeth .............................................................63 Tungbenchasirikul, Dr. Sahanon ....................................71

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V van den Bos, June .........................................................80 Van Haren, Peter .........................................................116 van Pelt, Derek ..............................................................97 Vardhamanan, Chandranthan S. .................................112 Varughese, George ........................................................62 Venn, David .................................................................112 Verma, Jitender P. ........................................................101 Vincent, Steve ...............................................................56 Viriyanantawanit, Satasap .............................................96 Visavatho, Dr. Pattra ......................................................68

W Wandee, Wichian (Josh) ................................................75 Watanabe, Anthony .......................................................58 Westoby, John ...............................................................73 White, Michael .............................................................115 Wilson, Lloyd .................................................................64 Winfrey, Craig ..............................................................112 Witworth, Evelyne ........................................................113 Wolfe, Paul de ...............................................................99 Wong, Renee ...............................................................117 Wongsaengarunsri, Jaturong ........................................75 Wongsaengarunsri, Krit .................................................75 Wongshaibaiboon, Varintorn .........................................87 Woodrich, Robert ..........................................................90 Woo, Ian ........................................................................90 Worapan, Thanyaphon ................................................100

Y Yaempradit, Khachonyot ...............................................83 Yoopumepruek, Piyaporn ..............................................96

Z Zavadil, Matthew ...........................................................70


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