Networking highlighted at July German chamber meeting

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With its directorate out of town, the German-Thai Chamber of Commerce put the focus on networking for its July meeting at the Moon River Pub.

Marius Mehner and Niels Klindt of DE International stood in for chamber managers, who were in Germany during the July 12 “stammtisch.” Embassy consul Paul Strunk attended.

The meeting didn’t feature a long presentation, with only architect Elmar Kleiner of Jomtien Beach announcing the completion of the Häfele-Design Center in Phuket which was the first Thai structure to earn a German designation for sustainable building.

(L to R) Marius Mehner, Consultancy Services Manager GTCC, Niels Klindt, Junior Economist DE International, Horst Müller and Elmar Kleiner, OIA founder & MD, Office for Interior & Architecture Co., Ltd.(L to R) Marius Mehner, Consultancy Services Manager GTCC, Niels Klindt, Junior Economist DE International, Horst Müller and Elmar Kleiner, OIA founder & MD, Office for Interior & Architecture Co., Ltd.

Members spent the evening relaxing, networking, dining and enjoying the pub’s Cross Colours house band.

The next meeting will be held Sept. 13 at the same location.

(L to R) Danilo Becker, Resort Manager of Thai Garden Resort and Carl-Fabian Arp, MD, Thai-Ger Line Golf.(L to R) Danilo Becker, Resort Manager of Thai Garden Resort and Carl-Fabian Arp, MD, Thai-Ger Line Golf.

(L to R) Rene Pisters, GM of Thai Garden Resort, Robert Vogel, Consultant, Efaflex Tor-und Sicherheitssysteme GmbH & Co. KG, and Sanya Jennapapankit, MD, Qwerty Co., Ltd.(L to R) Rene Pisters, GM of Thai Garden Resort, Robert Vogel, Consultant, Efaflex Tor-und Sicherheitssysteme GmbH & Co. KG, and Sanya Jennapapankit, MD, Qwerty Co., Ltd.