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MoneyTable Co-Founder to speak in Echelon Thailand 2017, to talk about how they raised the largest seed round in Thailand




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MoneyTable Co-founder Tridbodi Arunanondchai to speak in Echelon Thailand about raising US$1.5M in seed funding early 2017. . Read on to find out more.


Raising funds is an important activity for startups. Seed funding, in particular, is essential for business growth and is used for various purposes such as development of the product and hiring key personnel. Venture capital seed funding not only provides the needed cash to startups but is also a risk that investors take on the potential of the startup’s product or service. It is also one of the hardest funds to raise especially if the product have yet to progress from the idea stage.

Join Tridbodi Arunanondchai, Co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer of MoneyTable, as he shares their fundraising experience at Echelon Thailand 2017. Gain insight from the startup that raised US$1.5M in seed funding and get tips that you can apply to your own business.

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is a tech conference (May 15-16, Bangkok) and year-long digital platform attracting international speakers, founders, investors and professionals.

Register for your Echelon Thailand access pass now.

New in 2017 is Echelon Thailand’s digital platform. Get immediate access to exclusive insights, participate in discussions and engage with the speakers and fellow attendees directly on Echelon’s digital platform, the moment you register (accessible from the Ecosystem page). What’s more, the digital platform will be accessible all-year even after the conference, so kickstart your Echelon experience today and embark on a year-long journey of discovery.


About Tridbodi

Tridbodi Arunanondchai is a Stanford Engineering and Stanford MBA graduate who have been working in the banking sector for more than 10 years and has a strong passion for finance and entrepreneurship. He has co-founded Privepass.com (Online Travel Club), ATIZ Innovation (Censor and Imaging Provider), and Play Media (Digital Agency) and has worked for HSBC Investment Bank in London, McKinsey & Co in Hong Kong and AIG Private Equity and Finansa Securities in Thailand.


Tridbodi is Co-founder and current Chief Commercial Officer of MoneyTable Public Company Limited, a leading Thailand-based fintech Company focussing on big data and techno lending. Apart from that, hei is also an Entrepreneur in Residence for Kejora Ventures, a leading SEA VC fund and the Executive Director of Pinnacle Hotel Group, a leading hotel chain based in Thailand with over 10 properties in its portfolio.


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