Trainee Leaving the Danish-Thai Chamber

Danish Chamber trainee Mette Stanley Refnov was celebrated at the Networking evening on Thursday 16 June. The event was her last as a business trainee at the Danish-Thai Chamber of Commerce.
Mentioning the fact that Mette Refnov was the first female trainee at the Chamber’s office, President Leo Alexandersen said she had done a very good job and wished her good luck in her future career. She was then given a commemorative book about Thailand as well as a gift voucher for a beauty treatment at an exclusive spa in downtown Bangkok so she could go pamper herself before returning to cold and tough Denmark.
Mette, who will be leaving on Saturday, says it has been a great time.
“This one year has passed by so extremely fast that it is hard to believe it has actually been twelve months,” she says.
The Networking should have been a joint event with the Irish Thai Chamber of Commerce, introducing also Guinness stout to the members. But the Irish called it off the arrangement at the last second, so the Danes had to drink double to finish the many keggs of the brown beer. A single Irish member had not heard the event was off and came to the rescue.
The get-together was held in the main restaurant on the ground level of Admiral Pub and Restaurant in Sukhumvit Soi 18 in downtown Bangkok instead of as usual on the balcony on the first floor, but otherwise the networking was held as usual on every third Thursday of the month starting at 18.30.

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