The FTI has set a revenue target for 65-24 to grow by 25% per year.

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Mr. Vikorn Phuwapat, Chief Executive Officer of Function International Public Company Limited (FTI), revealed that the company has set a 3-year revenue target (65-67) to have an average growth of 25%. epidemic of covid-19 virus The improvement in the direction will support the confidence of consumers to recover and the economic activities to return more. Help support the purchasing power of consumers to recover. The company will focus on adding dealers to expand quickly.

In addition, the company has plans to expand more overseas markets. By focusing on the three main countries, namely Laos PDR, Cambodia and Myanmar, it is expected that the number of dealers can be increased by one more, with plans to open in Cambodia first. in Phnom Penh and expanding to northern Myanmar including expanding in the southern zone of Lao PDR which is an industrial area of ​​the country

After the fundraising Help support the company to have a higher capital base potential. It also increases business potential to support future growth along with product development. as well as increasing the efficiency of service to customers by creating libraries and other parts related This will support growth in both revenue and profit from jobs that will increase exponentially.

“The rise in share prices is seen as a result of investors seeing opportunities for FTI growth and insisting that the stock market to create sustainable growth Including believing that investors will have confidence in the next opportunity in marketing to reach consumers It also reflects investor’s confidence in the company as a leader in integrated water-related products both in the country and in the ASEAN region. Under the company’s brand, all 23 brands with strong fundamentals,” said Vikorn.


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