Onnut Honda – New Honda Showroom and Service Center opens in Prawet

Onnut Honda - New Honda Showroom and Service Center opens in Prawet

Onnut Honda Automobile Co., Ltd., Honda authorized dealer and service center, appointed by Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co., Ltd. hosts official opening ceremony for its showroom and service center, located on a 6.5-rai plot of land on Onnut Road, Prawet District. 200 million Baht was invested on the construction of modern showroom, newest facilities and 60 well trained staff who are fully committed to provide the best service to all customers following the showroom slogan “The Happiness Showroom“. Celebrating its opening, promotion and lucky draws to win the big prize are held for the whole month. Continue reading

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KBank opens K-Express Credit Center in Ratchaphruek

K-Express Credit Center Kasikorn Bank

K-Express Credit Center Kasikorn Bank


Mr. Chatchai Payuhanaveechai, KASIKORNBANK Executive Vice President, launched the “K-Express Credit Center” at The Walk Ratchaphruek to offer integrated services of diverse consumer loans for more than 50,000 households on Ratchaphruek Road. Continue reading

Thai Shopping Centers Association (TSCA) appointed new President

Wallaya Chirathivat

Ms. Wallaya Chirathivat

Thai Shopping Centers Association (TSCA) had unanimously appointed Ms.Wallaya Chirathivat, Senior Executive Vice President-Business Development and Construction Management of Central Pattana Public Company Limited (CPN) to be the President of Thai Shopping Centers Association (TSCA) for the year 2014 – 2015. Wallaya has set the policy and direction under her leadership to increase members’ competency to step up to regional level and also develop retail management expertise among retail operators by sharing knowledge, technology and database of consumers. The objectives are to position Thailand as the Regional Shopping Hub of AEC in 2015 and to attract tourists and foreign investors. Continue reading

Social Media Emerges as a Preferred Care Channel but Customers Expect Faster

Social Media Emerges as a Preferred Care Channel but Customers Expect Faster

Social Media Emerges as a Preferred Care Channel but Customers Expect Faster

BangkokWeber Shandwick: Sixty-four percent of consumers surveyed would share their social-media identity with their service provider in exchange for better service, research finds at TM Forum Live! in Nice today, Amdocs, the leading provider of customer experience systems and services, released the findings of a research study that identifies social media as an emerging channel for consumers seeking customer-care assistance. The research highlights an opportunity for service providers to improve the customer experience and reduce call center costs. By linking customers’ social media identities to their profiles stored in the customer relationship management (CRM) system, and using big data analytics techniques to identify important social media shouts, service providers can pre-empt calls or even better resolve the issue before the call reaches the call center. Continue reading

AIA Confident In Its Property Future With Completion Of Aia Capital Center

AIA Confident In Its Property Future With Completion Of Aia Capital Center

AIA Confident In Its Property Future With Completion Of Aia Capital Center

Bangkok: AIA is confident that its fully developed real estate project, ‘AIA Capital Center’, will enjoy a great success as it is situation on Ratchadaphisek Road’s prime area that is set to be a new business and financial center of Bangkok. Continue reading

TCELS announces a contest to search for creative ideas based on medical robotics technology

TCELS announces a contest to search for creative ideas based on medical robotics technology

TCELS announces a contest to search for creative ideas based on medical robotics technology

BangkokTCELS: Dr. Nares Damrongchai, CEO of TCELS , said that the robotics and automation technology has been rapidly developing and being applied in various sectors, such as transportation, industries, military, services and entertainment. Recently, the technology has become increasingly important in the medical and health care domain, but most of the equipment has to be imported, which costs tens of billions of baht a year to the national budget.

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