Resilience Strategy: Thailand - Hong Kong Partnership

Resilience Strategy: Thailand - Hong Kong Partnership

The Thailand Board of Investment together with Commerce and Economic Development Bureau of HKSAR Government

cordially invite you to join our webinar on Thursday June 29th at 4 PM (Bangkok Time) or 5 PM (Hong Kong time) to explore the latest information regarding BOI’s Investment Supports and Opportunities as well as Hong Kong's Role in Regional Cooperation and Business Partnership.

Organizers:

- Thailand Board of Investment (BOI)

- Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, Government of HKSAR

Co-organizers:

- The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in Bangkok

- Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC)

- The Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI)

To view the invitation and register, please visit: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JK7jVHMiS2ahkBi4z2AKWw 

(Free of Charge)

Webinar size: 500 attendees

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For further inquiries, please contact us via email: mkt_webinar@boi.go.th or call +66 2 553 8480.

We appreciate your consideration and wish you will find the webinar useful and informative.

Media enquiries

Please contact Ms.Patra Vitityanon Tel: (66) 2343 9019  Email: patra.vititayanon@hktdc.org

To view press releases in Chinese, please visit http://mediaroom.hktdc.com/tc


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