BANGKOK, Dec. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), in collaboration with five digital content leaders in Thailand, comprising of the Thai Animation and Computer Graphics Association (TACGA), the Digital Content Association of Thailand (DCAT), the Thai Game Software Industry Association (TGA), the e-Learning Association of Thailand (eLAT), and the Bangkok ACM SIGGRAPH Association (BASA), has recently organized its business matching activity under the Thailand Pavilion titled "SIGGRAPH Asia 2017" during November 27-30, 2017 at Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Center (BITEC). With a clear emphasis on digital content and computer graphics, the event aims to provide greater opportunities for domestic operators to negotiate on the advancement of the business with foreign innovators, while making progress for both local and international marketing channels to highly benefit the Thai digital content industry, inspired by the leadership of excellent services.
The DITP's business matching activity unveils enhanced potential and constant readiness of the computer graphics and digital content business. The event showcases masterpieces of digital content and mobile technologies evolved by five Thai associations and eight other local operators. Remarkable technology-inspired leaders are Yggdrazil Group Co., Ltd., previously honored with the Thailand Game Awards 2017 in the Thailand Game Show BIG Festival 2017, coming up with the scariest horror online game named "Home Sweet Home" and The Post Bangkok Co., Ltd. (Head Office), presenting its state-of-the-art "Pre-Post Production" process. Obviously, the two masterpieces gain huge interest and popularity among large crowds of spectators.
Reportedly, over 150 local and international digital content entrepreneurs have visited the Thailand Pavilion to participate in SIGGRAPH Asia 2017. Globally renowned digital entrepreneurs from the US, Malaysia, India, mainland China, Japan, Australia, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Thailand are extremely pleased to be part of this highly-rated phenomenon, particularly with the sharing of knowledge on digital content and computer graphics as well as the exchange of useful business insights. More importantly, trade negotiations have been reported to generate up to 105 million baht, helping propel Thailand's digital content industry to see a brighter future with sustainable growth.
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Ms. Parichart Suwan (Pum)
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