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Community Development Department raises standard of premium OTOP souvenirs, taps

The Community Development Department, under the supervision of The Office of Local Wisdom and Community Enterprises Promotion, recently launched a promotional activation for premium OTOP souvenir developed by 4 to 5-star OTOP entrepreneurs all over Thailand via popular e-commerce channels such as Facebook, Lazada and Shopee to support entrepreneurs affected by the pandemic. The activation, […]Read More

Isan

Sisaket sells durian online

SISAKET, 7 June 2016, (NNT) – The northeastern province of Sisaket now sells premium-grade durians online and directly mails them to customers. Sisaket Governor Thawat Suraban said that available products come in two sizes, 3-kg and 6-kg packages. The 3-kg package contains one whole durian and costs 666 baht, while the 6-kg package contain two […]Read More

Asia

India Plans to Sell Water From ‘Holy’ Rivers Online

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration is considering selling water from the river Ganges, one of the country’s holiest and dirtiest rivers, through online. In an unexpected move to boost e-commerce and the struggling state-run India Post, the New Delhi administration is planning to deliver packets of water from river Ganges throughout the country. Read more: […]Read More

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Secrets that make ZALORA Thailand be the number one fashion

Founded a little over three years ago, ZALORA Thailand continues to propel forward as Thailand’s leading online fashion hub; resulting in an even firmer position in the ecommerce world. Present in 7 countries across the South East Asia – Thailand, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore where the regional headquarters are located, […]Read More

Technology

Thailand launches website to increase export channels

BANGKOK, 16 September 2011 (NNT) – Thailand’s Department of Export Promotion (DEP) has opened a website, www.thaitrade.com, as a new channel for Thai entrepreneurs who are keen on exporting their products through e-commerce. Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Kittirat Na Ranong stated that the www.thaitrade.com website would serve as an additional export channel aimed […]Read More