Thailand

Export and SME Agencies

The Office of SMEs Promotion

Address: 

The Office of SMEs Promotion (OSMEP)
21 TST Tower, FL. G, 17, 18, 23 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Jompon Subdistrict, Jatujak District, Bangkok 10900, Thailand

Contact: 
+66 2 298 3229

Department of Industrial Promotion

Address: 

75/6 Rama VI Rd., Ratchathewi, Bangkok, 10400 Thailand

Contact: 
+66 02 202 4414 18 , 02 202 4511

Marketplaces

Government

ThaiTambon.com

One Thambon One Product (OTOP) in Thailand

Private

11 Street Thailand

11 Street Thailand offers online shopping for : electronics, fashion, groceries. Home and living items, leisure and sports' products, health and beauty products, E-vouchers and books.

MSME Directory

ExportNetworkThailand.com

ExportNetworkThailand.com has been designed to support and assist businesses participating in international trade leverage the power of the Internet to: Find New Trading Partners; Penetrate New...
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Anita Thai Silk

298/2 Silom Road
Bangkok
We are weaver of Thai silk and manufacturer of Thai silk finished goods. The business was established in 1959, by Mrs. Pornsan Tonavanik in a small shop house in Bangkok selling silk yardages tailor...
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Resources

Riding the Wave of the E-Commerce Trend: Emerging and Expanding Business Option for MSMEs

Advances in e-commerce accessibility have greatly reduced barriers inhibiting MSMEs from building online customer bases, whilst providing more inclusive MSME opportunities. To empower MSMEs to take advantage of online resources, the project will present latest e-commerce trends, demonstrating how MSMEs can benefit from third-party selling platforms, tailored distribution services, e-finance and payment mechanisms, and evolving online consumer habits to foster business expansion opportunities. A two-day event will enable MSME owners, entrepreneurs, and policymakers to learn from and network with speakers including successful e-commerce entrepreneurs, logistics and e-commerce payment experts, third-party platform providers, and government representatives, through interactive presentations and moderated panel discussions. This project will support the business environment, market access, and internationalization priority areas by identifying what MSMEs need to better access the digital economy and increase participation in global markets, and developing recommendations and best practices for use by APEC member economies in developing policies to support MSMEs.

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