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“Beyond Design” Korea–Thailand Design Sharing Seminar

  • (Seminar)
  • When: 16 November 2012 | 09:30-18:00
  • Where: S31 Sukhumvit Hotel, Sukhumvit 31 Road

TCDC and Korea Institute of Design Promotion (KIDP) jointly organise the Korea–Thailand Design Sharing Seminar to exchange knowledge and experience on design and design industry movement, and create opportunities for future cooperation on industrial development and business between Thai and Korea.

TCDC and Korea Institute of Design Promotion (KIDP) jointly organise the Korea–Thailand Design Sharing Seminar to exchange knowledge and experience on design and design industry movement, and create opportunities for future cooperation on industrial development and business between Thai and Korea.

Come learn and share experience with leading experts from Thailand and Korea: Apisit Laistroograi, Managing Director of TCDC; KIM Yunjib, Director of Planning and Development, KIDP; representative of KIA Automobile; AHN Yongil, Director of Design Management Center, Samsung Electronics; Ekarat Wongjarit, award winning designer and curriculum director of Master of Fine Arts Program in Design, Rangsit University; and LEE Kyoungmi, CEO of Cyphics.

“Beyond Design” is held under Korea-Thailand Design Sharing Seminar project, aiming to provide a place for sharing experiences between designers, business entrepreneurs and strategy development planners who wish to adapt knowledge on design to create and increase competitive ability in business section on national level.

Free Admission
Please reserve your seats in advance at TCDC Information Counter, tel. 02 664 8448 ext. 213,214 (Closed Mondays).

Remark:
1. Please reserve your seat in advance.
2. On-site registration opens one hour before the scheduled start time. For those who have made advance reservation, please register to confirm your seat at least 30 minutes before the event starts.
3. The seminar is suitable for designers, business entrepreneurs, academic representatives, government institutes and press.
4. Conducted in Korean with Thai translation via headphone.

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