Tag: Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce

TNCC’s Inspirational Leadership in post-COVID time event a success

On Tuesday 29 September, the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce organized the evening talk: Inspirational Leadership in post COVID time event at the Seven Peaks Software office. We would like to thank you hereby for the generous contribution from Seven Peaks for the nice venue, Zaino Food Thai for the amazing Italian food, Mr. Ragil Ratnam…

The Norwegian Chargé d’Affaires attended TNCC’s Annual General Meeting

On 27 August 2020,The Norwegian Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Tor Haug represented the Norwegian Embassy at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (TNCC) where over 40 attendances were updated about the Chamber’s achievements in 2019 as well as the plan for 2020. In his speech, Mr. Haug expressed an appreciation on…

Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce congratulates hotel member on reopening

Thailand has recently lifted restrictions for various business after a full month of no new case of Covid-19 spreading domestically. Although activity such as clubbing and concerts with mass gathering is still prohibited, other services such as restaurants, bars and hotels are resumed back to operations. The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce published a statement to…

Nordic Chambers of Commerce in Thailand invite to evening seminar

The four Nordic Chambers of Commerce in Thailand invite to evening seminar and networking Tuesday 28 August. New knowledge, networking, live music and free wine are on the menu when the Nordic Chambers of Commerce in Thailand invite both members and non-members to evening seminar in Bangkok. At the seminar questions like how digitalisation and…

JFCCT updates visa-guide

Some call it Thailand’s Achilles heel while others accept it as a necessary evil in one of the world’s most visited countries and a country housing a large amount of expats. But Thailand’s visa and immigration is by far not the easiest part of living in Thailand: Frequent re-registration, insecurity, waiting and then waiting some…

Norway, Thai foreign affairs ministries meet in Thailand

On 21 – 22 February Norwegian State Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Ms. Marianne Hagen, made the first visit to Thailand at a political level since the coup in 2014, reports the Royal Norwegian Embassy, Bangkok. Her programme entailed both a bilateral visit as well as participation in the UN Global Sustainable Development Goal on Affordable…

Annual Seafood under the Stars, Bangkok

On Thursday 18 January, the Embassy in collaboration with the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce and the Norwegian Seafood Council, hosted the annual Seafood under the Stars at the Ambassador’s Residence. The event brought together 250 distinguished guests including people from the private sector, government representatives, activists and other people with a love for Norwegian seafood,…

Norway’s new seafood trademark launched in Bangkok

On 18 July 2017, the Norwegian Seafood Council launched the new country of origin mark for Norwegian seafood, ‘Seafood from Norway’, in Bangkok. The new mark guarantees the origins of seafood from Norway and contributes towards a stronger position for Norwegian seafood globally. It portrays uniqueness about Norway, which associates with the rough climate and…

Team Norway visits Aibel and Jotun in Laem Chabang

On Wednesday 14 June 2017, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Thailand together with the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce, visited Norwegian companies Aibel and Jotun, both based in Laem Chabang. Both companies are cornerstones in the strong and growing economic relationship between Norway and Thailand, says the embassy. The first visit was to Aibel’s engineering offices…