BOI invites you to join "BCG Startup Investment Day"

BOI invites you to join "BCG Startup Investment Day"

The Thailand Board of Investment (BOI), in collaboration with the National Innovation Agency (NIA), cordially invites you to "BCG Startup Investment Day" online/on-ground hybrid event on March 24, 2022, under the eponymous concept “Bio-Circular-Green (BCG) Economy.”

With the focus as much on the country’s BCG startups as its industry, the event takes pride in being engineered to enhance the capabilities and competitiveness of BCG startups and looks at industry as a whole. This format helps startups take more advantage of business opportunities both in Thailaned and internationally. This, in turn, will help propel Thailand's economy forward in leaps and bounds on firm foundations of sustainable development. 

At BCG Startup Investment Day, discover a broad spectrum of exciting and intriguing activities, including:

- Startup Talk with leading unicorn startups revealing the secrets of their success 

- BCG Startup Pitching with 25 startups with commercially viable business models

- Networking Session to exchange ideas and enhance business linkages 

- Exhibition & Booths powered by the startups and partner agencies

Event details: 

Date: 24 Mar 2022 

Time: 10:30 - 19:00 (UTC+7) 

Venue: Online Platform & On Ground Event at the C ASEAN Convention Center, CW Tower, Ratchadaphisek Road, Bangkok 

For further details & registration:

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