Foreign Trade Department Roadshow YEN-D Plus project attracts new generation Malaysian entrepreneurs to join the network with new-generation entrepreneurs in Thailand. Following the previous Go to Indonesia No reply Officially launch the project in February this year
Adul Chotinisakon, Director General of the Foreign Trade Department, found that the Department had joined Asst. Prof. Dr. Nopporn Ruangvanich from Business Management Consulting and Development Center. Thammasat University Travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 30 to 31 January 2019 to organize special activities to raise awareness of a project to build a new generation of Thai entrepreneurs with a new generation of Malaysian entrepreneurs or with representatives of YEN-D Plus. Presidential level The new generation of businessmen in Malaysia joined more than 50 people.
"The Department has persuaded the new generation of Malaysian entrepreneurs to join the well-enrolled YEN-D Plus program. The interest of younger generations in joining was great. Thanks to the success of the project, the project is still well known and talked amongst the next generation of entrepreneurs in Malaysia. create a business network with the new generation of Thai businessmen. "
Mr Adul said that before this department met with high-level representatives of the Indonesian government agency, this section organized an exhibition in Jakarta, Indonesia on 16-18. In January. It was also used to meet a new generation of entrepreneurs in the National Network of Entrepreneurs (Jaringan Pengusaha Nasional), which shared a network covering each region, such as Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Java, etc. Interested in participating in the YEN-D Plus program because he saw business network relationships and selected a new generation of entrepreneurs to join the network with entrepreneurs in the future. Thailand next
In February 2019, the Department will launch the YEN-D Plus project. And will organize co-operation activities between 30 young Thai businessmen and 30 young entrepreneurs from Indonesia and Malaysia, each with YEN-D Plus, Thai-Indonesian version Designed for Malaysia on March 23 and 28, 2019 In May, a new generation of Thai entrepreneurs willing to apply to join the project.
In addition, it is planned to organize activities that will expand the network of Thailand's next generation entrepreneurs and operators along the border, as well as YEN-D Plus, which is also located in the border provinces, namely the provinces 1. Tak under the LIMEC system (Luang Prabang – Indochina – Mo Longan) 3 countries, namely Thailand, Laos PDR and Myanmar 2 Sa Kaeo Province, Thailand – Cambodia and 3. Nakhon Phanom Province, Thailand and Vietnamese Who will focus on the people of Vietnam Nakhon Phanom in the province
The YEN-D project has been operating since 2015 to establish a new network of entrepreneurs in Thailand with CLMV countries (Cambodia, Laos PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam) as well as new entrepreneurs. Border trade with neighboring countries is CLM (Cambodia, Laos PDR and Myanmar), such as Chiang Rai, Tak, Sa Kaeo, Nong Khai, and has expanded to the southern border under the YEN-D Frontier Program and 2018. Songkhla Event in Malaysia The results of YEN-D project can generate 1,184 new-generation entrepreneurs in Thailand, with more than 4,000 million baht, and in 2019 it was the first time to expand the network to provide next-generation operators in addition to CLMV for next-generation operators Indonesia and Malaysia.