Empowering modern businesses at #TEDFund training

IAS Advisory co-founding partner Mr Anuwat Ngamprasertkul was pleased to join the TED INNOVATION & BUSINESS TRAINING project, which took place from 26-27th October 2023 at the Best Western Nada Don Mueang Airport Hotel in Bangkok.

National experts and esteemed commentators and lecturers were invited to examine the needs of today’s entrepreneurs and to highlight and enhance the knowledge required for successful business ventures. Participants were also able to exchange successful business practices with industry experts and foster networks with other entrepreneurs.

The Technology & Innovation-Based Enterprise Development (TED) Fund, part of Thailand’s Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research & Innovation, organises the TED project with the aim of helping start-ups and entrepreneurs to strengthen and grow their businesses.

This year’s line-up included: Ms Rhiaveinnta Teyvputtaranon, on “Pitching techniques for modern businesses”; Ms Paweensuda Drouin, on “Improving the image of modern executives”; and Dr Wit Sittivaekin, on the “Formula for success in modern global business.”

Anuwat was asked to talk about key Thai laws affecting modern businesses and other legal aspects that are essential for entrepreneurial success. His sessions, on 27th October, included legal considerations that affect the entire business cycle, from initial establishment and corporate structuring to phases of scaling up through mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and initial public offerings (IPOs).

He talked about family business structures and how they can contribute to significantly enhancing businesses. He highlighted the role of contracts in modern business dealings and stressed their importance over informal agreements. He gave updates on Thai labour law and their practical application in the contemporary business environment.

He also covered the importance of ensuring compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) in today’s data-driven world, and suggested dispute resolution strategies to help participants navigate challenges effectively.


IAS Advisory delivers PDPA training & workshop event for EXAT

IAS Advisory is proud to have successfully delivered a three-day Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) training and workshop event for the Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) from 20th-22nd September 2023.

Sessions were led by co-founding partner, Mr Anuwat Ngamprasertkul, and by associate, Mr Piniti Chomsavas, who are experts in data protection and privacy law in Thailand.

Training covered PDPA general knowledge and best practice to help ensure compliance. We also went through case studies from General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) countries, and looked at how to handle data breaches, consent management, and data subject rights.

Workshops were a hands-on experience for participants, who were divided into groups and given real-life scenarios to solve.


Anuwat co-leads NEA course for entrepreneurs and exporters

IAS Advisory co-founding partner Mr Anuwat Ngamprasertkul was delighted to join the practical training course, “Essential information for operating an export business,” which took place between 1st–5th September 2023.

The course, held for 120 selected entrepreneurs as well as other invited parties, was led by various experts in international trade and exports and was packed with 10 intensive topics for five days of in-depth discussion and thought leadership.

Sessions focussed on the preparations that are needed to be a successful exporter, such as business planning and marketing, cost and price structuring, payment methods, logistics and customs procedures, data analytics, among others.

My session involved preparing the exporter for key legal matters, such as how to structure a legally sound business organisation, how to identify and mitigate risk, how to prepare a proper legal contract with fully aligned terms and conditions, as well as a contract drafting checklist and negotiation plan. I was delighted to share the intellectual property session, also on Day 4, with co-speaker Ms Tatchaporn Natprasertkul, partner at WE Intellectual Property Co., Ltd.

The event was organised by the New Economy Academy (NEA), part of Thailand’s Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce, and took place at the Four Wings Hotel in Bangkok.

For more information about the NEA, visit https://nea.ditp.go.th/.

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