Please be advised that the following events:
Joint Chambers ESB Sundowners and Joint Chamber Business Briefing scheduled for Friday 20th March, 2020 have both been postponed indefinitely due to concerns over COVID-19.
AustCham would like to thank our sponsors Amari Pattaya and Meinhardt for their support thus far, and look forward to working with them again in the near future.
AustCham Thailand, in collaboration with partner chambers, invites members and guests to attend a business briefing the “Impact on Supply Chain / Sourcing Structural changes out of China into ASEAN / Asia”.
Join us to hear from the organizations directly involved in the material movement, the manufacturing organizations that are seeing the shift, where the investment is coming from, and where the employment opportunities are being directed.
- Dennis Meseroll; Executive Director at Tractus Asia
- Frank W. Weiand D.Sc.; Technical Director at KPMG
- Bryan Bowman, General Manager at Techni Waterjet
Date: Friday 20th March 2019
Time: 17.00 - 18.00 (Registration at 16.30)
Location: Ballroom 2, Amari Pattaya
Transportation: AustCham will provide transportation to the venue based on first come first serve. For booking, please contact Khun Chanakarn ( Chanakarn@austchamthailand.com ) or Khun Thitaporn ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
**Note that there will be Joint ESB Sundowners held after the Briefing from 18.00 - 21.00 hrs. Click here for more details**
AustCham would like to thank sponsors for their support;
Amari Pattaya is a flagship property of ONYX Hospitality Group, a business unit of Italthai Group, one of Thailand's leading conglomerates with commercial interests in construction equipment and engineering services, as well as in hospitality and lifestyle.
Amari Pattaya is the pioneer property in ONYX Hospitality Group’s expanding portfolio. As one of the fastest growing hospitality players in the Asia-Pacific region, ONYX Hospitality Group is the company behind hotel brands like Amari, OZO and Shama. Having grown from one hotel in Thailand to 52 properties across seven countries in Asia-Pacific (Thailand, Greater China, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Laos and Bangladesh), the group has a robust development pipeline of more than 25 new hotels across the region.
Amari Pattaya is well integrated and connected with the Australian eastern seaboard market, The hotel taps into the company’s strong links with travel companies in the APAC region, playing its role in promoting Pattaya and Thailand as a destination of choice for corporate as well as leisure travellers from Thailand and afar.