The technology conference concludes with resounding success
The Techsauce Global Summit 2023 shattered its attendance record, welcoming over 16,000 visitors from 50 countries to the highly anticipated two-day event in Bangkok.
The technology conference concluded 17 August with an international participation rate of over 40%. The summit covered an event area of more than 10,000 square metres at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC).
A pivotal tech conference for global business and technology enthusiasts, Techsauce Global Summit 2023 facilitated extensive collaboration between local and international networks. Around 1,000 business deals were successfully sealed over the course of the summit, reaffirming Techsauce’s position as a driving force realising Thailand’s full potential as a “Digital Gateway.”
“The increased number of participants compared to the previous year signifies the heightened awareness of the technology industry that is set to drive and bring about transformative changes to our world,” says Oranuch Lerdsuwankij, CEO and co-founder of Techsauce Media Co., Ltd. “The Techsauce Global Summit plays a role as the key platform for leading companies in Thailand and abroad to showcase their products and services, and to create business deals. It is also considered a new gateway for industry-accepted innovative and digital technology investments and is ready to be a crucial catalyst in promoting the growth of Thailand’s and ASEAN’s innovation exports to the global market.”
Participants this year witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Techsauce and leading partner organisations in Thailand, along with the launch of the VentureBridge fund.
The Techsauce Global Summit continued its tradition of bringing together world-class speakers and professionals from the industry to discuss emerging mega trends in business, technology, and innovation. Over 300 leading speakers shared their insights across 130 topics on various platforms, including the Main Stage and vertical stages.
Distinguished individuals who took the Main Stage this year include Alex Bornyakov, deputy minister and head of the Diia City project at the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine; Sarah Bird, Responsible AI lead at Azure AI Microsoft; Ana Barjasic, CEO of Connectology and board member of the European Innovation Council; and Natalie Black, His Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Asia Pacific.
Lerdsuwankij launched the summit with a special panel discussion, “Path to Digital Gateway: Pioneering, Transforming, and Creating Opportunities,” alongside Jareeporn Jarukornsakul, chairman of the executive committee and Group CEO of WHA Corporation; Narit Therdsteerasukdi, secretary-general of the Board of Investment (BOI); and Apirut Vanchaam, chief digital officer of The Siam Cement Public Company Limited.
Apirut was also on the Main Stage to present on the topic of “Don’t Mind The Technology, Mind The Opportunities – Driving Thailand’s Digital Economy with Smart Home Technology.”
Dr. Arak Sutivong, CEO of InnovestX Securities, was in attendance to discuss “AI as the Core of SCBX’s Transformation and Thailand’s Tech Leap” onstage. Apisek Tewinpagti, Group CEO of Beryl 8 Plus Public Company Limited, led a team of experts onstage that included Ian Douglas, director of Industries Solution Engineering ASEAN for Salesforce.
Krating Poonpol, Group Chairman of the Kasikorn Business-Technology Group, provided insights on “The Age of AI Domination” while Patama Chantaruck, country managing director of Accenture Solutions Limited, spoke on bridging the international community over the global crisis.
PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit (ARES), the premier gathering of the industry’s finest minds, top-level business leaders and decision-makers, has counted Techsauce as one of its trusted partners over the years.
Follow detailed information and summaries of key content from the packed sessions throughout the full two days at https://techsauce.co/.
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