Entrepreneurship Accelerator for Sustainability in Thailand, and beyond
There is no shortage of innovative ideas in Thailand for improving sustainability and quality of life. And the ideas are also—imagine this!—profitable. Their objective is clear: to benefit communities while working to preserve the planet’s resources, with the Sustainability Development Goals as guide and inspiration. This involves real-world challenges of the kind that entrepreneurs excel in tackling, and they are doing just this in Thailand today. This panel of start-up leaders will introduce successful Thai entrepreneurial responses that are ready to be scaled up to the next stage of implementation.
Among those sharing their innovative stories is Amorpol Huvanandana, co-founder of Moreloop, a service that links deadstock fabrics with buyers, and Craig Griffin from EcoMatcher, a platform that creatively connects tree-planting output with markets. These and others will share motivating and inspirational examples of programs that excite original thinking about once-obscure issues.
Bring your questions about how entrepreneurship can contribute to a more sustainable context and an improved quality of life!
The panel will be moderated by Alex Mavro of the Sasin Sustainability & Entrepreneurship Center, an academic hub of applied innovation, research, and practice.