Lunch Talk by delegation from Karnataka led by Honorable Minister

Dear Members 
We are pleased to inform you that ITCC will be hosting Lunch Talk tomorrow Tuesday ,16th May 2017 by a delegation from Karnataka led by the Honorable Minister for Large and Medium Industries and Infrastructure.
The New Venue for the Lunch Talk is now Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit Soi Sukhumvit 21 Bangkok. Please click on the link below to get the map.,100.562082,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xee5d92acbac9c11d!8m2!3d13.738938!4d100.562082
The date and time will be the same as before which is Tuesday 16th May 2017 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.

You are kindly invited to attend the event and explore various business opportunities that could be developed with Karnataka-based companies.

Following are the members of the delegation:

 1.Mr. R.V. Deshpande, Hon’ble Minister for Large and Medium Industries and Infrastructure of Karnataka

2.Mr. Deepan Jain, Commissioner of Industries Development& Director Industries and Commerce

3.Mr. B K Shivakumar, Managing Director Karnataka Udyog Mitra

We are attaching the Link of the Presentations by the Karnataka Government for your reference:

The link has the following Presentations and PDF files :

– Karnataka Presentation Bangkok Visit 15-16 May 2017
– Make In Karnataka Brochure 2-5-2017

– Agribusiness policy PPT 2015

– Agri Business Highlights Karnataka

– Highlights Karnataka Industrial Policy 2014-2019

– Aerospace Policy Karnataka Highlights

Please see the following agenda for the lunch talk:

1) Registration will start at 11.30 AM

2) Welcoming the delegation from Karnataka, 12.00 PM

3) Commencement of the Talk at 12.15 PM

4) Question and Answer session from 1.00 PM  – 1.30 PM

5) Lunch

We request you to kindly confirm your participation at the earliest so that we can make necessary arrangements for lunch and other logistics as per the number of confirmations.

For more details please write to ITCC Secretariat on and or call us at 02-287 3001-2

Thanks and Regards

India-Thai Chamber Of Commerce

ITCC AGM & Elections – 24th April 2017

Dear Esteemed Members

This is a gentle reminder about the upcoming AGM and Election tomorrow, 24th April 2017.

Kindly Note :

1. The registration for the AGM will be 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm. In order to fulfill the quorum, we sincerely request our valued members to be on time so that we can start the AGM on time.

2. Please bring your valid Photo ID.(ID provided by Thailand official authorities or Indian Passport).

3. Only ONE representative per Ordinary Member Company is allowed.

4. Upon verification of the photo ID with the name of registered representative of the ordinary members, only that representative would be allowed and would have access to the voting process. He would be provided the ballot paper, provided he is present in person, during the election time on 24th April 2017. Please note that no Proxy is permitted as per Constitution.
Dinner would be served after AGM.

Please click the following link to get access to the latest updated ITCC Member’s List and the ITCC Constitution.

Thanks and Regards

India-Thai Chamber Of Commerce





Dear Valued Member,

ITCC’s upcoming AGM and Election will be held on 24th April 2017 at ITCC Convention Hall. The registration starts from 06.30 pm.


You are kindly requested to mark the date and come to exercise your right to vote. Please bring your Photo ID and please be on time.


As the sectorial members’ list as well as the ITCC constitution list are quite long, we have put the lists on our website, at the same time being environment friendly as well.
We request all members to use these documents/information for internal use only and judiciously.


Please follow the link given below for access with your login name and password. If you have any difficulty with accessing the information please contact our Secretariat for any help required.


It also came to our notice that some members wanted to have access to other information pertaining to the ITCC activities such as the Board of Directors minutes of meeting. You can see these records in our ITCC office, however kindly let us know at least 2 days in advance, in view of upcoming AGM and Elections on 24th April, 2017.


Thanking you for your kind support.


Best Regards
India-Thai Chamber Of Commerce 


Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability talk by Dr. Dipak C. Jain

Dipak C. JainProfessor Dipak C. Jain, Ph.D.
Director of Sasin

Dipak C. Jain’s academic career began in India, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics and statistics (1976) and his master’s degree in statistics (1978) from Gauhati University, Assam. He obtained his Ph.D. in Marketing in 1986 from the University of Texas at Dallas, USA.
Prior to becoming Sasin’s Director in 2014, Dr. Jain served as Dean of INSEAD from 2011 to 2013. He was Dean of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management from 2001 to 2009, after joining the school’s marketing department as a faculty member in 1986.
Dr. Jain has served as the departmental editor for the journal Management Science, the area editor for Marketing Science and associate editor for the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. He was also a former member of the editorial board of the Journal of Marketing Research.
Dr. Jain also serves as an independent director on the boards of John Deere & Company (USA), Northern Trust Corporation (USA), Global Logistics Properties (Singapore) and Reliance Industries (India). He has served as a consultant to Microsoft, Novartis, American Express, Nissan, Hyatt International, and SCG (Thailand).

Corporate reputations, in every industry, are driven by growth, innovation, and leadership. Customers around the world now demand new products and services, convenience, and value-for-money. In order to survive and thrive in this demanding and competitive marketplace, firms must create meaningful differentiation (value creation), develop customers’ willingness to pay the right price (value capture), and attract and retain top talent (human capital).

Furthermore, we are currently living in an era of entrepreneurship, in which anyone can establish a business based on an innovative idea. Such entrepreneurs are mostly driven by technology and innovation and some of today’s leading “start-ups” like Facebook, Uber, and Airbnb, show how to create better social networks through economic models that rely on new technologies and innovative, disruptive products. All of these entrepreneurs used technology and innovation to create communities that connect people around the world with products and services that they need and value.

But today’s entrepreneurs need to understand that they cannot ignore the impact of their businesses on people and the environment. Sustainability cannot be an “add-on” or an afterthought, but must be an integral part of their core business model.

Within this modern business context, this session will focus on:

1. Value Creation and Value Capture
2. Hyper Competition
3. Demographics Shifts
4. Human Capital Development

In light of these emerging trends, firms must adhere to the principles of value creation by having an innovation mindset and building a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, focusing on customer centricity and impact, and enhancing organizational efficiency and effectiveness through economies of scale, scope and skills.

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Relevance ITCC Convention Hall, 9 June 2016

Below are links to the presentations that were used on the event:

The Role of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Climate Change and its relevance to Construction and Hospitality Industry

Thailand’s GHG Mitigation Plan

Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE)

FM in hospitality

Duncan Firth Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency and its Relevance to the Construction and Hospitality Industry