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  • Tom 4:02 pm on December 3, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: , camp, , funds, , ideas, , Lab, , , Prizes, , researchers, , , Technopreneurship, , workshop   

    New campaign brings researchers and entrepreneurs together 

    Technology Management Center (TMC) announces the Lab to Market (L2M) project to support the conversion of technological ideas into products.

    Ms Chachanart Thebtaranonth, Executive Director of TMC, said that most of the ideas and inventions created reached a dead end when the research was finished to a certain point. This project will help create funds from our ideas to further fuel our research. (More …)

  • Tom 9:10 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: Bond, , cooperated, , creative business ideas, Creativity, , , , , global market, , Hybrid Fund, ideas, institutions, invest, Strong Thailand Project, , Thailand Creativity Fund   

    Thailand Creativity Fund set up according to Creative Economy Scheme 

    The Government financial institutions cooperated with the Thai private sector to launch the Thailand Creativity Fund worth 800 million THB, aiming at product development and value adding for competitiveness in the global market under the Strong Thailand Scheme.

    Deputy Minister of Finance, MD. Pruttichai Damrongrat cited that government financial institutions and the private sector had joined forces in setting up the Thailand Creativity Fund worth 800 million THB. It was the first scheme of funding for direct investment in the Equity Instrument, Bond, and Hybrid Fund as well as to invest in the creative business ideas. This was to encourage the private sector to emphasize in creative ideas, modern designs, and value adding to products, which would help in building competitiveness in the global market in accordance with Creative Economy Scheme, initiated by the Government’s Strong Thailand Project. (More …)

  • Tom 2:49 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink
    Tags: Beijing, , business ideas, , , Chinese economy, Chinese market, , , , gems, ideas, , jewelry, , , Shenzhen, Thai gems, Thai jewelry   

    Gems and jewelry market to flourish in China next year 


    jewelry: flickr.com

    The Chinese market is anticipated to turn positive next year, while the gems and jewelry market will be positively affected, according to Phaichit Viboontanasarn, the commercial counsellor of Department of Export Promotion in Shanghai, China.

    The commercial counselor in Shanghai viewed that an apparent improvement in the Chinese economy resulted from strong purchasing power which mainly helped the Chinese economy remain in a secure zone. He added that the gems and jewelry market would be prioritized for Chinese export, anticipating that the said products would be mass exported by next year. (More …)

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