Time: 29 October 2019 16:00PM-18:00PM
Venue: Pacific-A and Pacific-B, UNDP Regional Hub in Bangkok, United Nations Service Building Rajdamnern Nok Avenue, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Located at the heartland of Southeast Asia, Thailand and Malaysia are two rapidly growing economies that are witnessing booming entrepreneurship and the expansion of consumer markets. The two countries also possess strategic significance in China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiative. In recent years, the countries have strengthened economic ties and cooperation in trade and investment, setting excellent examples for South-South cooperation in the region. Enterprises are looking to cooperate and to explore the vibrant emerging markets in the respective countries.
The South-South Enterprises Exchange and Collaboration Seminar is an occasion for enterprises and start-ups from China, Malaysia, and Thailand to exchange knowledge and experiences, and to explore potential partnership opportunities. The seminar is a strategic opportunity to reinforce the connectivity among the three countries and further promote South-South and triangular cooperation.
The Seminar will be co-hosted by TusStar Incubator and the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation.
Contact person: Ruyue Chen, Tel (China): +8615088130149, Tel (Malaysia):+60173198509, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
TusStar was started in 1999, and registered as TusPark Business Incubator Co., Ltd. in 2001. TusStar firstly introduced the concept of “incubation + investment” in China for innovation and entrepreneurship business. By providing innovation services and building integrated platforms through decades, they have been grown up together with tenant startups. Up till now, They have incubated over 5000 firms, among which there are 49 ‘Diamond Company’, 45 ‘Golden Seed Project’ companies, 35 listed companies, and 81 leading talents from “Recruitment Program of Global Experts”, “Overseas Talent Pooling Program” and “High-end Leading Talent Pooling Program”.
The United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC) was established by the UN General Assembly with a mandate to advocate for and coordinate South-South and triangular cooperation on a global and UN system-wide basis. UNOSSC receives policy directives and guidance from the General Assembly and through its subsidiary body, the High-level Committee on South-South Cooperation. UNOSSC submits its strategic planning frameworks to the UNDP, UNFPA and UNOPS Executive Board for approval and funding. The Director reports to the UNDP Administrator and has also been appointed Envoy of the Secretary-General on South-South Cooperation.