KASIKORNBANK and the Thai Association of Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (TASME) are organizing “SME Webinar”, a free online seminar offering business management knowledge for Thai SMEs, with 10 related topics provided by 10 renowned speakers over the course of the year. Real-time chat service is available for instant queries. The online seminar, beginning on March 19, is likely to draw approximately 2,000 viewers at a time.
Mr. Patchara Samalapa, Executive Vice President of KASIKORNBANK, said the Bank and TASME are organizing SME Webinar, an online seminar program that offers modern business management knowledge for SME operators or other interested persons through a website, www.kasikornbank.com/smewebinar. Interesting topics will be presented by specialists in each field, e.g., digital marketing, promotion, human resource management, tax planning, and service mind enhancement, through the entertaining and easy-to-understand seminars. Viewing the seminars, SME operators will be offered complete, high-quality content that covers all major business issues, free of charge.
Interested SME entrepreneurs may watch the first seminar through www.kasikornbank.com/smewebinar on March 19, which is called “Flourishing SME Trade with Online Business”, presented by Mr. Sutirapan Sakkawatra. Special real-time chat service with the speaker is available from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. for relevant queries from viewers. For 2014, 10 sessions of SME Webinar will be offered, on every third Wednesday of the month, with real-time chat service during 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Mr. Patchara added that over the past two years, KBank has provided beneficial knowledge for SME operators via 22 sessions of the SME Webinar program. This year, the program will be even more modern and entertaining, although content will remain intensive with the 10 hottest topics from 10 renowned speakers selected by TASME, in line with SME demand. With this online seminar, KBank expects that SMEs will be given beneficial knowledge that can be applied to their own business operations going forward.