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XII No.4 - Sunday february 24 - Saturday March 9, 2013


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BUSINESS
 

SME network development set in motion

Cooperation between public and private sectors

Wachira Kaewkor, Director and Project Coordinator of OSMEP and Dr. Akarapol Nimmolrat Vice Dean of CAMT at Chiang Mai University helped to lead the seminar on SME network development.

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The Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Agency (OSMEP) in conjunction with the College of Arts, Media and Technology (CAMT) at Chiang Mai University held a press conference at the International Convention Center at the Empress Hotel on February 7, 2013 to announce the creation of a network of SMEs in development cooperation.
Led by Wachira Kaewkor, Director and Project Coordinator of OSMEP and Dr. Akarapol Nimmolrat Vice Dean of CAMT at Chiang Mai University, the project will bring together the public and private sectors in supporting SMEs in the four Northern provinces. The network will support business operations and enable cooperation in development.
Leaders from the private sector businesses as well as public organizations from 17 provinces attended the seminar. The project aims to develop a substantial network of businesses in Northern Thailand to ultimately to provide training to more than 1,200 small and medium business owners in the North.
 


New online food delivery service in Chiang Mai

After tremendous success in the Bangkok and Pattaya City, the Co-Founder and Managing Director of foodpanda, the latest food delivery service to hit Thailand, Mark Cleaver says “We here at foodpanda are looking forward to the expansion, it’s the next step in growing our business into a premium nationwide delivery system and as such we see Chiang Mai as a very good marketplace and believe that we can bring even more variety and satisfaction to hungry customers all across the city”.
“Customers go to our home page select Chiang Mai, then enter their sub-district, find their favourite restaurant near them and with just a few effortless clicks foodpanda helps them to easily order food over the internet”.
Customers will be able to order from over 15+ restaurants at prices to suit all budgets, selected restaurants already confirmed to join the foodpanda family are Subway, Mix, Sabaijai, Kohlanta Pizza, Doi Chang Coffee, Beppe Jap, Mae Karm Thai restaurant, Beccofina Italian and Aum Vegetarian Restaurant to name a few.
The launch of foodpanda’s online delivery service in Chiang Mai will focus on most areas of the City including Suthep, Si Phum, Phra Sing, Chang Phuean etc. Chiang Mai Mail readers will be offered a special 30% discount using the code CMMAIL30.


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SME network development set in motion

New online food delivery service in Chiang Mai
 

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