AIT Career Fair

A Career Fair is being organized at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) on 29 March 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the AIT Conference Center. Organized by AIT’s Career Center, it will feature companies from Thailand as well as overseas. The fair is an opportunity for companies to get exposed to students from 50 plus nationalities studying at AIT.

AIT Career Fair
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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

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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British Council Invites Thai Children to Showcase their English Skills in the British Council English Competition 2014 for the HRH Princess Cup

British Council Thailand

British Council Thailand

Bangkok4D Communications: Mr. Chris Gibson, Director of the British Council Thailand, an institution that promotes the learning and teaching of the English language with skilled native teachers from the United Kingdom, would like to invite Thai youth, who are studying in the Thai primary and secondary curriculum, to take part in the “British Council English Competition 2014” for the HRH Princess Sirindhorn Cup. Continue reading