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AMCHAM Thailand is delighted to inform you that we will be hosting the " Aerospace Council: Thailand's EEC Initiative - A New Post-Covid Paradigm " on 21 Oct 2022 at 4.30 pm and " Multi-Chamber Eastern Seaboard Networking " from 6 pm onwards at InterContinental Pattaya Resort.

Looking for a great place to do business networking on the Eastern Seaboard in a social environment? Then join us for a Multi-Chamber Eastern Seaboard Networking at InterContinental Pattaya Resort hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) and held in conjunction with AustCham, BCCT, BeLuThai, CanCham, FTCC, GTCC, ITCC, NTCC, SATCC & STCC. Bring your business cards and mingle in the relaxing setting of the InterContinental Pattaya Resort.

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Date: Friday,21 October 2022

Time: 6 pm

Venue: InterContinental Pattaya Resort



  • 700 baht for participating chamber members
  • 1,400 baht for non-members

*Price includes buffet, soft drinks, and free-flow wine and beer.

*Pre-payment is required to confirm your booking. Strictly no walk-ins.

Oct 21, 2022

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (GMT+7)

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InterContinental Pattaya Resort
เมืองพัทยา, Chon Buri, Thailand
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Aerospace Council: Thailand's EEC Initiative - A New Post-Covid Paradigm

Prior to the Multi-Chamber Networking event, join the AMCHAM Aerospace Council to learn more about the unique nexus and convergence of targeted S-curve industries within Thailand's Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). Our panelists will discuss two of the biggest EEC projects – the "Smart City" – a planned $37 billion-dollar (100 billion Baht) project, and an update of the progress of the U-tapao Airport – a major piece of the EEC's mandate, along with the Eastern Aviation City.  

The Smart City Initiative and U-tapao International Airport Aviation Development concepts are leading the way in Thailand's Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) projects with modern, innovative, and relevant technologies and processes – all driven by the "Best and Brightest" within these respective industries and leveraging the location's unique geographic placement within Asia.  

The EEC aims to bring innovation to improve the quality of living, through its "Smarts" solutions – the overall plan is to create a "Livable Smart City" for its residents and investors where technological integration, low carbon emission, a circular economy, and access to good public healthcare and education will not only create an environment suited for innovation, but also for sustainable living.  



Dr. Damrongrit Niammuad, Deputy Executive Director, GISTDA

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Cost: Free of charge. Members of participating chambers only

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