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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 Holiday Inn Pattaya 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 and TTBA. Bring your business cards and mingle in the relaxing setting of the Havana Bar, Holiday Inn Pattaya.

This is an excellent opportunity for business professionals and entrepreneurs from multinational corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises, government agencies, etc, to expand their networks and gain valuable insights into the latest trends and developments in their company and industry.



When: Friday, 19 May 2023

Time: 18:00 - 20:30 hrs.

Where: Havana Bar, Ground floor, Holiday Inn Pattaya

How much does it cost:

  • 900 THB for participating chambers
  • 1,600 THB 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.

- Please note that no-shows will not be eligible for a refund.


About the Venue:

  • Holiday Inn Pattaya is a modern and stylish hotel located in the heart of Pattaya city, just a few minutes away from the beach, shopping malls, and entertainment areas. Havana Bar, located within the hotel, offers a unique and relaxed atmosphere, perfect for unwinding after a long day. The hotel also features well-appointed guestrooms, a fitness center, and a rooftop infinity pool with stunning views of the city skyline.

May 19, 2023

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM GMT+7

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Holiday Inn Pattaya
Pattaya Sai 1 Road 463/68
เมืองพัทยา, ชลบุรี, Thailand

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HR Briefing

The AMCHAM Manufacturing, HR, and Legal Committees invite members to join their update on employment law in Thailand. Focusing on key milestones along the employment timeline, our speakers will aim to provide practical advice for employers, particularly those in the manufacturing industry, at the following critical junctures:

  • Starting everything the right way: considerations for hiring.
  • The in-between period: considerations around work conditions, including a discussion of the new Work from Home legislation.
  • Ending the relationship: considerations for termination, such as requirements for contract termination and labor court proceedings.

In addition to the above, our speakers will also address recent significant changes and developments that all employers in Thailand should be aware of.


Our speakers:


Parada Saibua, Senior Associate, DLA Piper. Parada is a senior associate in the firm's employment practice group, with broad experience in employment advice, corporate governance, employment disputes, bankruptcy cases and commercial disputes. He has represented Thai and multinational companies in a wide range of labor and employment matters,and has extensive experience in labor court proceedings. Parada graduated from law school at Thammasart University and holds an LL.M. in Labour Law and Corporate Governance from the University of Bristol. He is a member of the Thai Bar Association and the Lawyers Council of Thailand.


Suruswadee Jaimsuwan, Counsel, Tilleke & Gibbins. Suruswadee is a senior litigator in the firm's dispute resolution department. A former judge of the Thai Courts of Justice, Suruswadee has extensive legal experience on and off the bench, bolstered by a deep knowledge of Thai law and court procedure. Suruswadee has also worked for Thailand's Department of Labour Protection and Welfare under a scholarship from the Office of the Civil Service Commission, working closely with various governmental authorities on labor law research and development. In addition to her legal education in Thailand, the United Kingdom, and Australia, Suruswadee has received training from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University, the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives at the University of Victoria, and the International Training Centre of the International Labor Organization, and is listed as arbitrator for both the Thailand Arbitration Center (THAC) and the Thai Arbitration Institute (TAI).



Date: Friday, 19 May 2023

Time: 16:30 - 18:00 hrs.

Venue: Auditorium, Holiday Inn Pattaya

Ticket fee:

  • Free of charge for AustCham members, partner Chambers' members, and Australian Alumni Members*


Please register in advance, as walk-ins are not allowed for this event

Limited spaces, please book early to avoid disappointment