AMCHAM hosts networking and business events in Pattaya and on the Eastern Seaboard

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Professionals from various chambers gather at the Hilton Pattaya for the Multi-Chamber Eastern Seaboard Networking Event, fostering valuable business connections.

PATTAYA, Thailand – The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) hosted a series of prominent events on the Eastern Seaboard, providing unparalleled networking and learning opportunities for its members.

The highlight was the Multi-Chamber Eastern Seaboard Networking Event held at the Hilton Pattaya on May 17. This event, organized in collaboration with multiple chambers including AustCham, BCCT, BeLuThai, CanCham, FTCC, GTCC, ITCC, NTCC, SATCC, and STCC, brought together members from both Bangkok and the Eastern Seaboard. It was a vibrant platform for professionals to expand their networks and forge valuable business connections.



Preceding the networking event, AMCHAM Auto Council, HR Committee, and Manufacturing Committee hosted a compelling session on Auto EV Industry Updates & Thailand’s Talent Readiness for the EV Sector. Esteemed panelists, including Asst. Prof. Dr. Nayot Kurukitkoson of EEC; Krisda Utamote of BMW Group; and Dr. Al Damrawy of Alternative Mobility, provided insights into the electric vehicle (EV) sector. They discussed practical strategies for EV conversion, global trends in sustainable transportation, and the critical role of educational reforms and government support in developing the region’s talent pool.

AMCHAM Manufacturing Committee organized an exclusive factory tour to Cobra where members observed the production of a massive range of hand-crafted water sports equipment.

Prior to the events, the visit also included exclusive factory tours to Cobra and Harley-Davidson. These tours, organized by the AMCHAM Manufacturing Committee, offered members a rare glimpse into manufacturing processes. At Cobra, members observed the production of a massive range of hand-crafted water sports equipment.  At the Harley-Davidson Motor Company in Rayong, members were treated to a comprehensive tour following a safety briefing and introduction. They observed the assembly of the latest Harley-Davidson motorcycle models, gaining an inside look at the craftsmanship and innovation behind the brand.

These events underscored AMCHAM’s commitment to fostering business growth and development in Thailand’s Eastern Seaboard. They provided members with crucial industry insights and opportunities to establish significant professional connections.

Members explore the Harley-Davidson Motor Company in Rayong, witnessing the assembly of the latest motorcycle models and experiencing the brand’s craftsmanship firsthand.

About AMCHAM Thailand 

The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit membership organization with 3,000 members representing over 650 American, Thai, and other international companies. Member companies have cumulatively invested over 78 billion US dollars in Thailand and provide more than 500,000 local jobs.

If you would like to learn more about AMCHAM, please visit: www.amthamthailand.com or contact Varsha Wadhwani, AMCHAM Communications Specialist, at e-mail [email protected].