Sasin School of Management
Sasin School of Management of Chulalongkorn University, founded in 1982, was developed in collaboration between Chulalongkorn University (Thailand's oldest and most prestigious university), the Kellogg School of Management, and The Wharton School.
Sasin achieved AACSB accreditation in 2010, becoming the first business school in Thailand to receive international accreditation. EQUIS (EFMD) accreditation followed later in 2010; making Sasin School of Management, again, the first business school in Thailand to attain this accreditation. Sasin remains the only graduate school of business in Thailand to earn both accreditations.
Currently, Sasin focuses its programs around transformative action learning. This involves students working in groups to meet real-world challenges, implement solutions, and reflect on results. This encourages students to challenge and change their assumptions and beliefs, and transform their thinking and their business outlook.
Sasin's programs are built around the twin pillars of sustainability and entrepreneurship. Sasin was an early advocate of sustainability, by incorporating sustainability management into its core curriculum. Furthermore, the school continues to promote the practical implementation of sustainability throughout Thailand and across the region.
In 2002, Sasin launched Bangkok Business Challenge (BBC), a startup competition aimed initially at postgraduate entrepreneurs in this region. By 2008, this competition was global: Thailand's only global postgraduate startup competition and Asia’s longest-running global postgraduate startup competition.
Siam Cement Group (SCG)
The Siam Cement Group (SCG) was established in 1913 following a royal decree by His Majesty King Rama VI to produce cement, the main building material for infrastructure projects, which contributed tremendously to the country’s progress during this period. Since its founding, SCG has grown continually and diversified into three core businesses, namely SCG Cement-Building Materials, SCG Packaging, and SCG Chemicals. Over the past 100 years, SCG has been relentless in organizational and employee development. This has helped the group drive innovation in products, services, processes, and business models to create higher value and address the needs of all parties concerned. Moreover, it is committed to contributing to the sustainable progress of the communities in which it operates and pledges to become ASEAN’s business leader as well as a role model in corporate governance and sustainable development.
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)
The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) is among the most liquid exchanges in Asia, providing a full range of investment products including equities, derivatives, as well as world-class trading and post-trade infrastructure/technology services in accordance with international practice (EMEA, PFMI). With diverse business sectors listed on the exchange, the investor number has more than doubled over the past five years. Meanwhile the amount of IPO offering also recorded the highest among ASEAN exchanges over the past five years, leading to Thailand’s highest market capitalization in the past 40 years. Going forward, SET’s vision “To Make the Capital Market Work for Everyone” is aligned with the aim to support strong economic growth and competitiveness. Globally and regionally, SET has also actively coordinated with other exchanges to boost investment opportunities and capital market growth potential. Moreover, SET puts strong emphasis on sustainable growth by promoting business models of listed companies that care for environmental and incorporate environmental social governance (ESG) practices. SET also aims to create opportunities for SMEs and start-ups to enhance Thailand’s productivity and employment growth.
Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group
Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group comprises of a commercial bank that Kiatnakin Bank Plc operates, and a capital market business that Phatra Capital Plc. and Phatra Securities Plc. operate. With over 40 years of experience and as the leading company in the security brokerage business in Thailand, Kiatnakin Bank Plc. and Phatra Securities Plc. are well equipped to deliver financial services. Kiatnakin Phatra Financial Group, which as of September 30 2016 had total assets worth THB 234,976 million, offers clients a full range of services in the banking business and the capital market business. The group focuses on a wide range of services that cover all the needs of its customers who areindividuals, businesses, and corporate clients in both domestic and foreign markets. Additionatelly the group promotes development and maximizes benefits for Thailand’s economy while operating under good governance practices. The Group by Kiatnakin Bank PLC is listed in the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) as “KKP”.
VICTOR is Thailand’s leading water dispenser, electric fan, and air cooler brand. Established in 1995, VICTOR provides quality products for commercial and residential use. Manufactured in Thailand, our accredited products meet and exceed Thai Industrial Standards and have been awarded the Thailand Trust Mark, a symbol of excellence and trusted quality for Thai products made in Thailand. With our relentless drive for improvement, in 2017, VICTOR produced Thailand’s first water dispenser that was awarded Label No 5 for energy efficiency by the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). VICTOR electric fan products have received Label No 5 for energy efficiency as well. VICTOR’s safe and reliable products can be found across Thailand in over 300 traditional retail stores as well as in leading modern trade stores such as Makro and Global House. We strive to provide quality products for your quality life.