PostToday and Super Trader Republic unveil PostToday Republic

PostToday and Super Trader Republic unveil PostToday Republic

Present the first online business course – “Zero2Million” – developed in collaboration with the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Chulalongkorn University

From left: Prapat Phungboonpisan, Co-Chief Operating Officer, PTR; Isaraporn Bunnag, First Vice President – Marketing, Bangkok Post Group; Krasuang Jarusira, Co-Chief Executive Officer, PTR; Dr. Ronnachit Mahattanapreut, Chief Executive Officer, PTR; Wut Nontarit, Co-Chief Executive Officer, PTR; and Thanathaum Autpapukpudit, Co-Chief Operating Officer, PTR
From left: Prapat Phungboonpisan, Co-Chief Operating Officer, PTR; Isaraporn Bunnag, First Vice President – Marketing, Bangkok Post Group; Krasuang Jarusira, Co-Chief Executive Officer, PTR; Dr. Ronnachit Mahattanapreut, Chief Executive Officer, PTR; Wut Nontarit, Co-Chief Executive Officer, PTR; and Thanathaum Autpapukpudit, Co-Chief Operating Officer, PTR

PostToday, Thailand’s leading online news platform, a producer of quality newsfeed for over 17 years under Bangkok Post Group, in collaboration with Super Trading Republic Co., Ltd., Thailand’s first investment and co-trading institute, launches PostToday Republic Co., Ltd. (PTR), a modern business club that aims to promote comprehensive business services for Thai entrepreneurs.

The online courses with a business club concept are offered in collaboration with the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Chulalongkorn Business School (CBS), Chulalongkorn University, with the objective to leverage development among Thai business persons. Successful participants will be awarded a certificate from CBS.

Besides the premium online classes, PostToday Republic offers holistic business development services, including: exclusive seminars year-round; business networking; business plan competitions with one million baht in prizes; top business site visits; business health check-ups; business solution consultancy; exclusive workshops; public relations and business promotion, and; professional stock market listing advice. By 2022, some 1,000 business owner members are anticipated to have achieved their goal. 

“We hope to become a learning hub for the new generation of business owners at all levels, to promote Thai business to gain stability and success. ‘Zero2Million’, the first online course set to open at the end of 2021, is designed in response to 2021 business owners’ needs to cultivate skills they need to navigate the ongoing changes,” comments Krasuang Jarusira, Co-Chief Executive Officer of PostToday Republic and President of Super Trader Republic “Many complementary events are lined up throughout 2022, including a competition with one million baht in prizes to help winners develop their ventures. Stay tuned!”

With his deep experience alongside various businesses, Wut Nontarit, Co-Chief Executive Officer of PostToday Republic and Editor of PostToday affirms that, “PostToday has always appreciated that Thai businesses are key to driving the national economy. We are certain that the services offered by PostToday Republic will support business persons with the right solutions. Furthermore, PostToday website is preparing to launch a new user interface with new menus designed to help support club members and spread the word.” 

More projects and services under premium enterprises as part of PostToday Republic will be announced soon and updates can be followed at posttoday.com 

For more information, please contact Marketing 0 2616 4000 Ext. 4495 or Email: isarapornb@bangkokpost.co.th


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