The Thailand startup news headlines listed below were collected from online, English-language coverage of Thailand’s tech startups across the month of September 2020.
The headlines listed here give an at-a-glance overview of Thailand’s tech and startup developments; and each Thailand-focused startup news headline links to the full news article behind it, providing you with quick-reference info on Thailand’s startups, the country’s technology news, and VC funding, whilst also letting you very quickly get directly to the startup news items you’re interested in.
- Thailand: Facebook blocks access to 1 million-member Royalist Marketplace, group critical of the country’s king, bowing to military-dominated government pressure
- Thailand: An intro to Freshket, simplifying getting fresh produce from farms to tables and food processors on the back of recently raising $3M Series A funding
- Thailand: Gov’t earmarks $60M for cybersecurity safeguard systems at state-run hospitals following ransomware attacks
- Thailand: Sunday insurtech startup secures $9M with machine learning-powered risk prediction, setting sights on Indonesia expansion
- Thailand: Central Bank’s blockchain-enabled bond infrastructure passes test with $1.6BN government savings bond sale spanning one week
- Thailand: Indonesia’s Gojek ride-hailing giant adds to Grab rivalry with launch of multi-service Thailand app
- Thailand: A broad overview of the country’s moves into 5G
- Thailand: Digital ministry to commence legal action against Facebook, Twitter and Google for ignoring content take-down requests
- Consensys blockchain firm awarded contract for Project Ithanon-Lionrock, cross-border payment project using CBDC between Thailand and Hong Kong
- Thailand 5G Ecosystem Innovation Center opens in government’s Digital Economy Promotion Agency headquarters in partnership with Huawei
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