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Sunday, December 26, 2010
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
New Zealand Thai Chamber of Commerce Expands to the Eastern Seaboard.
ESB Business Networking Event
Date: 9th December 2010
Venue: Amari Orchid Hotel, Beach Road, Pattaya
Time: 18:30 - 20:30
Cost: Baht 350
The New Zealand – Thai Chamber of Commerce has announced the expansion of its presence to the Eastern Seaboard and Pattaya areas.
New elected committee member Richard Prouse (of the Sutlet Group, who opened their Pattaya branch recently), will be the local representative for the Chamber. Mr. Prouse says “This is an exciting period of growth for the New Zealand – Thai Chamber of Commerce. We are looking forward to working with local Kiwi firms and raising the awareness of what the chamber can offer to local New Zealand run businesses”.
Now in it's 15th year, the New Zealand – Thai Chamber of Commerce has developed a reputation for it's professional approach and events, resulting in membership now totaling over 125 companies throughout Thailand.
Mr. Prouse advises that there will be a Pattaya and Eastern Seaboard networking evening on Thursday December 9th at the Amari Orchid, Beach Road, Pattaya (in the Garden Lounge 6.30pm to 8.30pm) and that all are encouraged to attend and learn how the chamber can work with you in this part of Thailand. The networking event will be the first of several meetings held in the coming months and provides an ideal opportunity for interested parties to meet some of the committee members and talk to other local businessmen and women.