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TABLE OF CONTENTS Front Cover

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Table of Contents

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Introduction to AIESEC

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Thailand Youth to Business Forum 2013

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Conference Session Overview

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Delegate Demography

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Conference General Satisfactory Overview

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Financial Report

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Main Conference Team

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Contact Us

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Our Partners

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Back Cover

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INTRODUCTION TO AIESEC AIESEC, the world’s largest youth-run organization, is an international platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential for them to have a positive impact in society. AIESEC in Thailand has been more than 44 years continuously developing youth in Thailand to become future leaders who are socially responsible. Founded by Professor Dr. Puey Ungpakorn in 1966 as cooperation between AIESEC in Japan, AIESEC in Thailand th was officially welcomed into the AIESEC network in 1968. In January 16 , 2003, AIESEC in Thailand officially registered as a Non-Profit Organization with the National Culture Mission Bureau. Our Scope AIESEC is a global, non-political, independent, not-for-profit organization run by students and recent graduates of institutions of higher education. Its members are interested in world issues, leadership and management. AIESEC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, creed, and religion, national, ethnic or social origin. Our Vision Peace and Fulfillment of Humankind’s Potentials. Our Approach AIESEC members live an integrated development experience. This involves leadership opportunities, international internships and interacting with a global network to support their development.

OUR VALUES

AIESEC IN NUMBERS 1948 124 780 2,400 86,000 5,000 15,000 24,000 8,000 500 1,000,000

AIESEC founded Countries and Territories Local Offices Universities Members International Internship Experiences International Volunteer Experiences Leadership Experiences Partners Annual Conferences Alumni

AIESEC in Thailand currently has established its membership in 4 top universities in Bangkok, which are: Assumption University Bangkok University Chulalongkorn University Thammasat University This year we are officially expanding our networks to 2 universities: Kasetsart University Mahidol University

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THAILAND YOUTH TO BUSINESS FORUM 2013 Youth to Business is an initiative powered by AIESEC and aims to connect young leaders and businesses around relevant topics to generate new, actionable ideas and thoughts about the future. We belived that this event created a learning platform for youth in Thailand about the relevant skills for nowadays and developed the global mindset which highly regarded by businesses. Also, the delegates learned about how these organisations did business social responsibility as part of their commitment to be responsible to their surroundings. Theme: th

“Empowering the future leaders of tomorrow to be globally competitive through connection to Thailand Youth to Business Forum 2013 was held in May 25 , 2013 at Asia Hotel Ratchathewi, Bangkok, we succesfully provided the business world, global mindset, and professional development� platform for the youth and business sectors to share ideas and Objective: knowledge towards Innovation, Globalization, and Sustainability issues. The speeches and workshops were delivered by Unilever, - Connecting the youth in Thailand to business world to build professional attitudes to be Leadership Management International, IReal Plus, Coverage and globally competitive special guests Khun Korn Chatikavanij, Former Minsitry of Finance, - Providing platform to business practices to access the youth opinions, creative ideas, and Khun , Former Managing Director of Air Asia Thailand, to over trends,and interests 350 delegates from over 17 universities and 5 high schools in - Building mutual relationship between youth and business practices to create innovative Thailand and over 7 overseas universities. solutions and sustainable acts together to answer the social needs in Thailand

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Forum Topics: Sustainability As society continues to grow at breakneck pace, companies are driven to adapt so quickly that not everybody can keep up. Companies need to address the social, environmental and economic impacts of their operations. The topic is about what youth are aware of and thoughts on how they can support a sustainable future together with the corporate sector.

Globalization The world is increasingly inter-connected, but are we really a global village? Companies need to quickly understand and embrace diverse markets and cultures in order to establish themselves as world leaders. The topic is about how youth is dealing with the quest for globalmindedness and be able to contribute to the corporate sector for it to truly have the world as its oyster.

Innovation Sustainability

Globalization

Agenda Bussiness to Youth

Innovation

Innovation plays an important role in the world we are living in today. New ideas can be translated into new experiences and solutions. The topic is about how youth can bring innovation and generate ideas that can connect businesses to the future needs of society and more specifically the needs that generation Y and Z have. 15.00 –15.30 Youth to Coffee Break 11.00 –12.30

Networking Lunch

09.00 –10.00

Bussiness

14.00 –14.30 Coffee Break

Opening 10.00 –11.00 Keynote Speeches

12.30 –14.00 Corporate Workshops

14.30 –15.00 Topic Speeches

15.30 –17.00 Topic Workshops

17.00 –18.00

Closing Panel

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Conference Session Overview Time: 10.00 – 11.00

Keynote Speeches

Satisfaction: 8.29

30-minute exclusive Keynote Speech is designed to address the importance and relevance of connection and collaboration between youth and business.

Korn Chatikavanij

Sorapol Sonuttamang

Former Minister of Finance

Unilever

Today’s Youth for Future World

Social Responsibility is not an option

Analyzing Thai youth as future generation in terms of their competency, behavior and trend and how it will impact to themselves and Thailand as a country in the next future. Also, what they should prepare in the global competition and future issues, such as AEC 2013 and take part or contribute to their country’s development.

Sustainability is an important part for the continuity of an organization. Sustainability is not only ensuring the internal system of an organization but also external sectors, the societies around them, which will also impact on the business. Therefore, social responsibility (CSR) is a must-do program for business sector, not just an option.

Satisfaction: 8.16

Delivery

Delivery

8.29

8.34

Topic Relevancy

Topic Relevancy

8.15

8.04

Quality of Information

Quality of Information

8.43

8.11

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12.30 – 14.00

11.00 – 12.30

Networking Lunch 90-minute lunch break is designed as 30-minute casual open-discussion about current issues chosen and led by the corporate partners. Companies may suggest questions to the delegates to answer as well as the delegates to companies.

Patcharapol Suttidharm

Satisfaction: 3.59

Ireal Plus

Corporate Workshop 90-minute lunch break is designed as 30-minute casual open-discussion about current issues chosen and led by the corporate partners. Companies may suggest questions to the delegates to answer as well as the delegates to companies.

Veerawong Pipithsuksunt Leadership Management International

Delivery

3.52

Youth for Entrepreneurship

Topic Relevancy Entrepreneurship is the solution for minimizing the unemployment issue and developing the economic growth of a nation. Youth should start to think how to create job opportunities instead of searching for jobs.

3.51 Quality of Information

3.73

“Inspiring Successful Stories” “Too Much Direct-Sales”

Leadership Road Entrepreneurship is the solution for minimizing the unemployment issue and developing the economic growth of a nation. Youth should start to think how to create job opportunities instead of searching for jobs.

Satisfaction: 7.6 Delivery

7.03 Topic Relevancy

“Too Theoretical” “Planning Activity was Interesting” “Less Attractive Presentation”

7.73 Quality of Information

8.3

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14.30 – 15.00

16.00 – 17.00

Topic Speech

Topic Workshop

30-minute exclusive Topic Speech is designed to enable delegates to engage their minds more deeply with Sustainability, Globalization, or Innovation.

Sittichai Weerathammanoon Former Managing Director of Asia Aviation Co., Ltd. Former Director of Thai AirAsia co., Ltd. Innovation and Globalization on Low Cost Airline Industry Case Delivering the good case how Low Cost Airlines created innovative system for their industry in order to capitalize the globalization issue.

90-minute Topic Workshop is designed to facilitate idea generation among the delegates on a specific case or issue related to Sustainability, Globalization, or Innovation.

Satisfaction: 8.6

Satisfaction: 7.58 Delivery

Delivery

7.45 Topic Relevancy

7.63 Quality of Information

7.67 “Interesting topic but less time”

9.02 Topic Relevancy

8.36 Quality of Information

8.42

Andrew Durieux Coverage Ltd. Business Continuity Planning

Understanding the concept of Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and why companies should have BCP in place at all time as the business sustainability strategy. “Too Long Demonstration” “Less Delegates’ Participation” “Interesting Topic”

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17.00 – 18.00

Panel Discussion 60-minute Closing Panel Discussion is designed to provide opinions and answer questions from the audience on all forum tracks of Sustainability, Globalization, and Innovation towards the forum.

Panel Speakers: Korn Chatikavanij – Government Representative Andrew Durieux – Coverage Ltd. (Business Representative) Takarn Ananthothai – AIESEC in Thailand (Youth Representative)

Satisfaction: 3.82 Feedback Corner Delivery

3.76

How Corporate Sector and Youth Can Work Together to Create Better Thailand

Topic Relevancy

Discussing how to make collaboration between youth and business sector to capitalize the issues in Thailand for developing the nation.

Quality of Information

3.84

“More Time for Panel Discussion” “More Speakers involved” “It was interesting but less attractive”

3.86

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Delegate Demography

Institutions

AU BU BUU CU DTC KU KMUTL KMUTNB KMUTT MSU MU SAE SU SWU SRU TU UTCC HS OS

AU BU BUU CU DTC KU KMUTL KMUTNB KMUTT MSU MU SAE SU SWU SRU TU UTCC HS OS

Assumption University Bangkok University Burapha University Chulalongkorn University Dhusit Thani College Kasetsart University King Mongkut’s University Technology of Ladkrabang King Mongkut’s University Technology of North Bangkok King Mongkut’s University Technology of Thonburi Mahasarakham University Mahidol University SAE Institute Thailand Silpakorn University Srinakharinwirot University Suratthani Rajabhat University Thammasat University University of Thai Chamber of Chommerce High Schools Overseas Universities

% 41% 4.2% 0.3% 20% 0.3% 6.4% 0.3% 1.8% 2.5% 0.3% 2.8% 0.3% 0.3% 3.2% 0.3% 11% 0.7% 1.8% 2.5%

Total: 350 Delegates 17 Universities 5 High Schools 7 Overseas Universities

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Conference General Satisfactory Overview Would You Come to the Next Y2B?

Would You Recommend Y2B to Your Friends?

0.51% 1.03%

9.74%

1.03% 2.57%

Yes Definitely

No Abstain

Maybe, if the content is changed

Entertainment Point: 7.05 Inspiration Point: 7.36 Worthiness Point: 7.48 “More Practical Activities and Games” “More Relevant Content and Interactive Delivery”

89.75%

Did You Satisfied with the Venue? 8.22% Yes

4.61%

No

Abstain

87.17%

Maybe, If it is cheaper

38.47%

Food Quality: Point: 7.37 OC Service Point: 7.71

56.90%

Maybe, if it is cheaper and content is changed Never

Feedback Corner “Please use more English or provide translator” “More Group Activities and Delegates’ Participation/Interaction in the Sessions” “Invite More Successful Businessman as Speakers” “More Workshops with relevant issues”

“Lunch is best” “OC Service is excellent and helpful”

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Financial Report Expense

Income 16% 8%

42%

76%

23%

Venue

Delegate Fee

Foods and Beverages

Merchandise

Transportation

Other

54%

Printing Advertisement

4% 3% 2%

Logistics

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Main Conference Team

Fandi Prathama

NuttidaTangsophonphong

Chaiwat Nawinpakasit

Kamonphan Khongsuwan

Event Manager

Organizing Committee President

OC Vice President Finance

OC Vice President Public Relations

Le Minh Duc

Jitsunan Po-ngam

Jinjutha Tepsuwan

Jishichao Zhou

OC Vice President Delegate Service

OC Vice President Corporate Sales

OC Vice President Logistics

OC Vice President Communications

Main OC Staff: Grissada Pongpundecha – Corporate Sales Pang Hong-Eng – Public Relations Nattawan Pancharoen – Public Relations Paris Jarupan – Corporate Sales

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Contact Us Should you have, please contact us: Mobile: (+66) 0830730535 E-mail: youth2business@aiesec.or.th Website: www.youth2business.wix.com/thailand Facebook: www.facebook.com/ThailandY2B

More about AIESEC in Thailand:

www.aiesec.or.th

facebook.com/AIESECThailand

twitter.com/AIESEC_Thailand

aiesec.thailand@aiesec.net

youtube.com/AIESECThailand

linkedin.com/company/aiesec-in-thailand

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OUR PARTNERS AIESEC Global Partners

AIESEC in Thailand Partners

Thailand Youth to Business Forum Workshop Partners

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