Thailand’s Q4 2021 tech news
• October, November & December of 2021
• Technology and startup news headlines
• Quick reference for time-poor readers
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The fourth quarter 2021 collection is drawn from
Startup News Asia’s daily updates.
- DigiTech ASEAN Thailand 2021 expo set for November 24-26, running virtually and showcasing 100 tech and digital companies’ innovations and solutions
- Work Lounge launches in Thailand with luxury member lounge approach to flexible workspaces, connecting hotels and remote workers
- Thailand: “5G tech-supported business is projected to push up the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 5.5 times by 2035.”
- Thailand: Global seafood giant Thai Union Group steps into alt-foods with investment in insect-based pet treats start-up Orgafeed
- Thailand: An interview intro to Krungsri Finnovate, corporate venture capital arm of Bank of Ayudhya and currently targeting a close of $100M for Finnoventure Fund 1
- Thailand: Siam Commercial Bank takes 51% of Bitkub, country’s biggest crypto exchange operator, for $535M
- ICYMI: Alibaba Cloud to launch first Thailand data centre next year, stepping into competition with Tencent and Huawei with 2 and 3 Thai data centres respectively
- Thailand: GuildFi, developer of ecosystem infrastructure to connect games, NFTs, and communities, raises $6M seed financing
- Thailand: Digital Economy Promotion Agency launches campaign to encourage the digital tech by small businesses, shops and hawkers in the country’s wet markets
- Thailand: Central Retail Corp, the country’s biggest shopping center developer, is piloting a digital currency with employees, aiming to expand to customers and the public
- Download: Thailand Startup Ecosystem Report 2021, from Startup Thailand
- Thailand: Techsauce Startup Directory, providing a snapshot of industries, firms, market value and more
- Thailand: Boatcrowd raises $250K seed funding from angel investors with luxury yacht charter platform
- Thailand: Digital Economy Promotion Agency unveils AltoTech as the Batch 2 winner of the Smart City Accelerator Program, working in IoT-backed building energy management
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