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An Interview with CNN by Krating Poonpol (MIM-14)
An Interview with CNN by Krating Poonpol (MIM-14)
Posted : 12/06/2017
An Interview with CNN by Krating Poonpol (MIM-14)
http://edition.cnn.com/…/road-to-asean-thailand-lu-stout-pk…
One of the most notable and successful MIM alumni who has jostled promising startups in Thailand should be no other man than Krating (Ruangroj) Poonpol. After his graduation from MIM batch 14 Krating spent some years working in the Silicon Valley as a Global Lead Marketing Manager of Google Earth, and Head of Asia Pacific Quantitative Marketing at Google Asia.
With all the experiences and the best of Silicon Valley's education together with thinking, talent and other resources Krating saw an opportunity to invest early and often into the next generation of Thailand's most promising startups and empower them with what they need to fund their new businesses. Hence 500 Tuks Tuks was found in 2016 by Krating and his team and $200 million was raised to help young and vibrant community in order to modernize Thailand's economy. The mission of 500 Tuks Tuks is to invest in not just companies that can succeed in the local Asian market, but through its accelerator, find and work with Thai companies that can succeed in the US and global market.
As a Venture Partner (Thailand) and Co-Manager of 500 Tuks Tuks, Krating gave a recent interview on CNN that Thailand's Startup Ecosystem is growing rapidly from next-to-nothing in 2012 to almost 25 M USD raised in 2014. He strongly believed that with 500 Tuks Tuks and its network, Thailand's Startup Ecosystem would hopefully produce plenty of successful startups, and that Thailand could potentially be at the center of startup ecosystem in SEA.
Backing up Krating's statements by a startup that has been funded by 500 Tuks Tuks: Pomelo Fashion - an online Korean-style women's clothing and apparel who has prided itself on its trendy, new arrivals weekly, comfortable fabric, cash on delivery, and free returns schemes, Pomelo has been placed at the forefront of the online women's clothing and apparel companies! Pomelo's management team said that 500 Tuks Tuks helped them successfully transforming people's lives through designs in clothing and apparel, and that 500 Tuks Tuks will be a vehicle to modernize Thailand's economy.
Krating also found Disrupt University the Number One Startup Incubator Program in Thailand, and also the Director of Founder Institute in Bangkok and advisor to ClaimDi.
One of the most notable and successful MIM alumni who has jostled promising startups in Thailand should be no other man than Krating (Ruangroj) Poonpol. After his graduation from MIM batch 14 Krating spent some years working in the Silicon Valley as a Global Lead Marketing Manager of Google Earth, and Head of Asia Pacific Quantitative Marketing at Google Asia.
 
With all the experiences and the best of Silicon Valley's education together with thinking, talent and other resources Krating saw an opportunity to invest early and often into the next generation of Thailand's most promising startups and empower them with what they need to fund their new businesses. Hence 500 Tuks Tuks was found in 2016 by Krating and his team and $200 million was raised to help young and vibrant community in order to modernize Thailand's economy. The mission of 500 Tuks Tuks is to invest in not just companies that can succeed in the local Asian market, but through its accelerator, find and work with Thai companies that can succeed in the US and global market.
 
As a Venture Partner (Thailand) and Co-Manager of 500 Tuks Tuks, Krating gave a recent interview on CNN that Thailand's Startup Ecosystem is growing rapidly from next-to-nothing in 2012 to almost 25 M USD raised in 2014. He strongly believed that with 500 Tuks Tuks and its network, Thailand's Startup Ecosystem would hopefully produce plenty of successful startups, and that Thailand could potentially be at the center of startup ecosystem in SEA.
 
Backing up Krating's statements by a startup that has been funded by 500 Tuks Tuks: Pomelo Fashion - an online Korean-style women's clothing and apparel who has prided itself on its trendy, new arrivals weekly, comfortable fabric, cash on delivery, and free returns schemes, Pomelo has been placed at the forefront of the online women's clothing and apparel companies! Pomelo's management team said that 500 Tuks Tuks helped them successfully transforming people's lives through designs in clothing and apparel, and that 500 Tuks Tuks will be a vehicle to modernize Thailand's economy.
 
Krating also found Disrupt University the Number One Startup Incubator Program in Thailand, and also the Director of Founder Institute in Bangkok and advisor to ClaimDi.

http://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2017/05/22/road-to-asean-thailand-lu-stout-pkg.cnn


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This course is divided into two parts.  The first part will be taught during May 8-20, 2018 by Professor Dr. Paul G. Patterson who is a Professor of Marketing at the Australian School of Business, University of New South Wales, Australia.
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