SME Committee: The 5th Annual Thailand and IndoChina Carolina Club Seminar: Promoting Access to Capital for SMEs in the Kingdom of Thailand
AMCHAM SME Committee together with Thailand and IndoChina Carolina Club cordially invite you to join The 5th Annual Thailand and IndoChina Carolina Club Seminar on Promoting Access to Capital for SMEs in the Kingdom of Thailand.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play an integral role in the Thai economy by creating jobs, driving innovation, and enhancing productivity growth. Thailand has over 3 million SMEs, accounting for some 99% of all enterprises in the Kingdom and combining to produce over 40% of GDP. Despite their significance, SMEs have experienced slow growth in recent years, due in large part to their inability to access capital. While traditional lending to SMEs has declined recently, financial technology and alternative financial instruments (venture capital, convertible debt, crowdfunding, etc.) offer new opportunities for SMEs to acquire much-needed infusions of capital. Expanding access to capital for SMEs has potential to help existing businesses grow, startups launch, and local economies flourish.
For registration please RSVP with Ms. Thanrada Limpabandhu at ThanradaL@kenan-asia.org by 5 pm, Monday, 10 February 2020