Sasin and SCG Chemical open the stage “SCG Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2022

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Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University (Sasin School of Management) and SCG Chemicals Public Company Limited (SCGC) jointly organized the “SCG Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2022 – Global Competition”. ” Global Startup Business Plan Competition, English Region which is held for the 20th consecutive year, the longest in Asia under the theme “Striving for a Sustainable World” For this year, a total of 124 teams from around the world applied for the competition from 55 higher education institutions in 19 countries covering 5 continents. A total of 19 teams qualified for the semi-finals, along with 1 winner from the Thailand tournament, a total of 20 teams, which will compete on July 8 – 10, 2022 at the Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration.

Professor Dr. Ian Fenwick
Prof. Ian Fenwick, Ph.D. Director of Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration Sasin said, “Sasin has held the Bangkok Business Challenge for the 20th consecutive year, and this year Sasin’s 40th anniversary is a historic year for Sasin. This competition encourages students’ creativity and drives them to apply entrepreneurial ideas to create sustainable businesses. Sustainability is a global concern. If businesses Still not taking into account and not starting a sustainable business right now. Everything will be too late to fix. I hope the contestants inspire and connect with each other in changing the way we think. and how to do business for a better, smarter and more sustainable world. which they can be further developed in the future Whether working in a big business or your own startup.”

Dr. Suracha Udomsak
Dr. Suracha Udomsak, Chief Innovation Officer and Executive Vice President, New Business, SCG Chemicals Public Company Limited or SCGC (SCGC) Commenting on the competition, “SCG Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin is an international competition that will build networks both regionally and globally. SCGC focuses on creating new businesses, driving the economy. And the development of open innovation cooperation, we bring resources together with knowledge. and various networks to help enhance and build on the competition to be more complete and more productive This can be seen from the number of teams competing to develop into companies that are up to 30% of businesses and $230M in funding, bringing together the strongest startups in each region of the world to compete for business plans. through consulting by leading companies or experts in various fields, including taking off other startups’ thinking, how to think about how to drive the business to grow quickly All of these have created a driving force in the development of the global ecosystem, as well as building friendships that have become a connection between competing startups, which SCGC fully supports to create a “uni-level startup. Korn “continuously in the contest arena”

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by this year’s competition It is a collaboration of Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University (Sasin School of Management) with SCG Chemicals Public Company Limited or SCGC (SCGC), together with the main sponsor, namely Plc. Kasikorn Bank The co-sponsors are ThaiNamthip Co., Ltd. and Victor electrical products. In addition, it was honored by experts with extensive experience from various sectors, such as Dr. Andrew Stotz, CEO of A. Stotz Investment Research, Mr. Surasit Sajjadej, Co-Founder & The CEO of Hungry Hub, Mr. Chawimon Lapprasertporn, Director of Thip Capital, Mr. Sajeekan Prescott, Principal of AddVentures by SCG, joined the jury. Selected to find the best team that deserves the HM The King’s Award from His Majesty the King. HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s Sustainability Award from HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s Sustainability Award Department of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and cash prizes totaling $57,500 or approximately 2,000,000 baht


forFor the last 20 teams that qualified for the Global Competition semifinals are:

1. AttentionID from Prasetiya Mulya University, Indonesia
2. Carbotech from Putra Busines School, Malaysia
3. CoffeeTogether from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
4. CoVrick from Asian Institute of Management, Philippines
5. DECAP Research & Development from University of British Columbia, Canada
6. Defire from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
7. Earthen from Arizona State University, USA
8. huCap Financing from National University of Singapore, Singapore
9. Neocycle, University of Calgary, Canada
10. Peko Produce from McGill University, Canada
11. Pili Seal from Mapúa University, Philippines
12. Reezo, University of Oregon, USA
13. Scire Technology from Bicol University, Philippines
14. Sparc from Duke University, USA
15. Tripsome.com from French-Azerbaijani University, Azerbaijan.
16. UltrAgro from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia
17. Visualize Your Cake, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
18. WeKare from National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
19. Wellnesi from National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
20. YaBEZ from Pathum Thani University, Thailand

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For those who are interested, you can follow more information via https://bbc.sasin.edu/2022 and support the Thai representative team via live streaming on the Facebook platform: SCG Bangkok Business Challenge at Sasin (www.facebook.com/bangkokbusinesschallenge).

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