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Echelon Thailand 2017

Admission free

Period:15 May 2017 - 16 May 2017

Address:90, Ratchadaphisek Rd., Huai Khwang, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand

Service day:Monday, Tuesday, Service hours: 08:00-18:00

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Local and international digital professionals, start-up founders, investors and corporate representatives are invited to learn about who's who in the tech and start-up industry during the "Echelon Thailand 2017" at C asean, Cyber World Tower, Ratchadaphisek Road, on Monday and Tuesday from 8am-6pm.

Organised by e27, a media organisation focused on the Asian technology start-up community, this fourth edition is said to be the biggest tech conference ever held in Thailand that will bring the best start-ups and large business companies together from Southeast Asia.

As a platform for digital insights, connections, talent and funding set to empower entrepreneurs with the tools to build and grow their companies across Southeast Asia and beyond, the two-day conference will come with a lot of interesting activities on four main stages.

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Stage set for Southeast Asian tech talent

Local and international digital professionals, start-up founders, investors and corporate representatives are invited to learn about who's who in the tech and start-up industry during the "Echelon Thailand 2017" at C asean, Cyber World Tower, Ratchadaphisek Road, on Monday and Tuesday from 8am-6pm.

Organised by e27, a media organisation focused on the Asian technology start-up community, this fourth edition is said to be the biggest tech conference ever held in Thailand that will bring the best start-ups and large business companies together from Southeast Asia.

As a platform for digital insights, connections, talent and funding set to empower entrepreneurs with the tools to build and grow their companies across Southeast Asia and beyond, the two-day conference will come with a lot of interesting activities on four main stages.

The "Future Stage" will present inspirational talks from industry disruptors and a showcase of founders representing innovative ideas from across Thailand and the region. The "Startup Academy" is where start-ups will learn "business 101s".

The "VentureCon" session will offer investors an opportunity to meet for strategy discussions while the "Corporate Innovation" sessions are designed for corporate representatives who are looking to integrate innovation into the core of their businesses to stay relevant in line with Thailand 4.0 and regional smart city initiatives.

The highlight will be the "Top100 Fight Club" on the afternoon of May 16 where 10 short-listed start-ups from more than 100 entries will pitch in front of selected judges to win a chance to showcase their start-up at Echelon Asia Summit 2017 in Singapore in June.

More than 70 speakers from Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Japan will be sharing their insights throughout the two days.

They include Grace Yun Xia from Tencent, Thaddeus Koh from e27, Dr Karndee Leopairote from C asean, Simon Anquetil from GoodShift Ventures, Arnaud Bonzom from 500 Startups, and Dr John Leslie Millar from Ananda Development.

For details about fees and registration, visit e27.co/echelon/thailand/register.

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90, Ratchadaphisek Rd., Huai Khwang, Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10310 Thailand

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