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Krungsri partners with e27, Head of Innovation joins a panel discussing corporate venture capital at Echelon Thailand 2017

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Day 2 of Echelon Thailand 2017 and we bring you more good news!

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e27 is proud to announce a collaboration with Krungsri on Echelon Thailand. Krungsri enters as the official Corporate Accelerator Partner of the conference for 2017.

Krungsri is one of the largest banks in Thailand and is one of the leaders of corporate innovation. With an eye on developing technologies to help banking catch up with the fast-paced digital environment, Krungsri has set up both an accelerator programme and a corporate venture capital firm, both focussing on developing and funding startups that create solutions for the finance and banking industry.

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Sam Tanskul, Head of Innovation for Krungsri Consumer and Managing Director of Krungsri Finnovate, joins the panel of experts discussing Corporate Venture Capital at the Corporate Innovation stage of Echelon Thailand today.

e27 believes this partnership with Krungsri will be the start of a great year ahead, not only at the conference but also online on the Echelon Thailand platform, exclusively available to speakers, exhibitors, and delegates.

Echelon Thailand is e27’s flagship conference series that engages over 1,000 industry leaders and professionals. New in 2017 is the digital platform that provides participants with immediate access  to exclusive insights, participate in discussions, and engage with speakers, exhibitors, and fellow attendees directly on Echelon’s digital platform. The digital platform is accessible all year even after the conference

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