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1 The Organizing of CICA Business Forum and SMEs Networking InterContinental Bangkok Hotel 30-31 March 2011 Bangkok, Thailand “Promote, Support & Assist the SMEs” “Promote, Support & Assist the SMEs”

2 Presentation Topics 1.Economic Health of Thai Economy 2.Current Profile of Thai SMEs 3.Plan, Strategy & Tool for SMEs Promotion And the Refocusing of SMEs Promotion Policy 4.Provisional Programme for CICA Business Forum & SMEs Networking 5.Administrative Arrangements 2

3 Economic Health of Thailand Bank of Thailand projects the Thai economy to grow robustly from early 2011 onwards on the back of private spending. The role of both private consumption and investment in driving the economy will become more evident once the impacts of the adverse transitory factors abate. This outlook is supported by indicators in 2010 Q4, which pointed toward resilient demand. Furthermore, the improvement in exports following the global recovery should also lend additional support to growth. 3 The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announced in the January 2011 issue of the Inflation Report on 21 January 2011 on economic condition as following:

4 Condition of Thai Economic Factors 4 1. Demand for Thai exports is revised up slightly in 2011 mainly attributable to the improved prospects of the US economy, with a strong momentum sustaining well into 2012. 2. The Fed funds rate is anticipated to rise in 2011 Q3, 3. Regional currencies will appreciate more. 4. Direct government spending for fiscal year 2011 is revised upwards, 5. The Dubai oil price assumption is raised throughout the forecast period. 6. Agricultural prices will rise gradually over the period ahead, 7. The daily minimum wage assumption is revised up to 215 baht in 2011, before rising to 226 baht in 2012, in line with the economic growth and higher inflation going forward.

5 National Board of SMEs Promotion 1. Demand for Thai exports is revised up slightly in 2011 mainly attributable to the improved prospects of the US economy, with a strong momentum sustaining well into 2012. 2. The Fed funds rate is anticipated to rise in 2011 Q3, similar to the previous assumption, as some fragility and delay in the US economic recovery are still conceivable 3. Regional currencies will appreciate more against the US dollar throughout the projection period in line with latest data and strong growth prospects in Asia. 4. Direct government spending for fiscal year 2011 is revised upwards, mostly because of the reclassification of some transfer payments into consumption spending. Both consumption and investment expenditures in fiscal year 2012 will then rise from the preceding fiscal year following the budget expansion. 5. The Dubai oil price assumption is raised throughout the forecast period, in tandem with upward demand pressure coming from the unusually cold weather and the rising global demand. Going forward, the Dubai crude price will continue to edge up following the acceleration in demand from emerging market countries. As a result, the Dubai oil price will average at 91.3 and 98.1 US dollars per barrel in 2011 and 2012, respectively. 6. Agricultural prices will rise gradually over the period ahead, with pressure from both a negative supply shock due to last year’s flood and firming domestic demand. Climate factors and natural disasters also lead to a substantial upward revision in non-fuel commodity prices, mainly through the upswing in prices of food, beverages, and agricultural raw materials. In addition, the continued capital inflows into commodity markets also contribute to the upward pressure. This view is consistent with the IMF’s forecasts of a sizeable surge in prices of food, beverages, and agricultural raw materials over the short horizon. 7. The daily minimum wage assumption is revised up to 215 baht in 2011, before rising to 226 baht in 2012, in line with the economic growth and higher inflation going forward. 4 Condition of Thai Economic Factors

6 Number of Enterprise Number of Enterprise Employment (Person) GDP (Million Bt.) GDP (Million Bt.) Export Value (Million Bt.) Export Value (Million Bt.) LEs And Others SMEs Micro Enterprises OTOP 2,896,106 (99.8%) 9,701,354 (78.2%) 3,417,860 (42.73%) 2,900, 759 12,405, 597 7,998, 151 5,199, 912 4,653 (0.2%) 2,704,243 (21.8%) 4,156,704 (51.97%) 1,589,199 (30.56%) Total Current Profile of Thai SMEs, 2009 1) GDP in the figure was only the non-agricultural sector, accounting for 88.4% of the overall and 5.3% of which represented other types of enterprises unable to identify their size. 2) GDP of agricultural sector was 1,052.564 mln. bt or 11.6% of overall GDP. 3) Export value of 3.58% was from export transactions unable to identify the exporter size. 3,424,579 (65.86%) 5

7 Structure of Gross Domestic Product, 2009 6 Source: The Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board Complied by: The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion (OSMEP)

8 Foreign Trade Value of SMEs, 2007-2009 7 Trade in Baht 2007 2008 2009 SMEs EXPORT 1,575,971.601,691,144.901,589,199.87 SMEs IMPORT 1,452,734.401,771,502.00 1,377,740.25 SMEs BALANCE 123,237.20-80,357.10211,459.62 SMEs TRADE 3,028,706.003,462,646.902,966,940.12 SMEs EXPORT GROWTH (%) 8.47%7.36 %- 6.03% SMEs IMPORT GROWTH (%) -16.4%21.9% - 22.24% Source : Thai Customs Department Compiled : The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion (OSMEP)

9 Thailand’s Plan, Strategy and Tool for SMEs Promotion & The Refocusing of SMEs Promotion Policy

10 2nd SMEs Promotion Master Plan (2007-2011 ) Vision: SMEs to Grow with Sustainability & Strength Intellect ual Infrastr ucture Netwo rk & Allianc e Productivity Competitiv eness Strategy 1: Create new entrepreneur and develop the capability of existing entrepreneurs Strategy 3: Increase the efficiency and reduce impediment in trading sectors Strategy 4: Promote the Capability on Value Creation in Services Strategy 5: Promote SMEs in Regional and Local Areas Strategy 2: Upgrade Manufacturi ng SMEs Strategy 6 : Create business environment and enabling factors

11 11 OSMEP’s Tool for SME Promotion Skills & Competency building Capacity Building Financing Support Market Accessibility ■ Incubation ■ Mentorship ■Consultancy ■ Business Coaching & Training ■ SME University ■ iSMEs ■ Machine Fund ■ Internation- alization Fund ■ Intellectual Property Fund ■ Consultancy Fund ■ Venture Capital Fund ■ Business Matching

12 New Growth Strategic for SMEs Promotion Strengthen up SMEs to Sustainability ♦ Efficiency & Productivity ♦ Adding Value in Products & Services ♦ Capital Access Opportunity ♦ Enabling Factors Favorable to Entrepreneur’s Business Conduct ♦ Manufacturing Development to International & National Standards Grassroots Income Generation & Econ. Capability Promote Economic Linkages ♦ Start-ups & New Enterprises ♦ SME’s Capability & Locality’s Core Competency ♦ OTOP Upgrading to SMEs ♦ Networking Development ♦ SMEs in Creative Economy ♦ New Marketing Channels ♦ Knowledge Build-up for SMEs ♦ SMEs in Opportunity from FTAs and AEC ♦ SMEs to Cope with Negative Impact of New Regional Factors

13 New Growth Strategic for SMEs Promotion Strengthen up SMEs to Sustainability Grassroots Income Generation & Econ. Capability Promote Economic Linkages Target Industry Food and Beverage Textile Furniture & Wood Products Chemical Products Hotel & Related Businesses Cultural Tourism Retail – Wholesale Businesses Target Industry To Create Businesses of New Paradigm, i.e. Social Enterprise Creative & Design Business New Media Business Entertainment Business Focusing on Local & Regional SMEs Target Industry Food and Beverage Textile Handicraft Gem & Jewelry Agricultural Machinery Plastics Products Furniture Creative & Design Business

14 3 rd SMEs Promotion Master Plan, 2012-2016 GREEN GROWTH And CREATIVE ECONOMY to be highlighted in the 3 rd SMEs Promotion Master Plan Via the Tool of Networks of Cross-border SMEs

15 3 rd SMEs Promotion Master Plan, 2012-2016 Networks of Cross-border SMEs Target Group of Businesses : Service Business – cultural tourism, health care, beauty care Food Business – halal, cultural food, food supplement, processed food Agricultural Product – cultural tourism, health care, beauty care Agricultural Machinery Real Estate Development Target Group of Countries: CICA member counties

16 Network Building among CICA’s SMEs Exchanging of knowledge: * Workshops * Intensive Incubation programmes done by experts and governmental officers Business Matching Establishing of CICA Value Chain Based on the cooperation of Capability Development, Competiveness Upgrading in full circuit of operation including production, design, raw material exchanges management know-how, business development, etc.

17 The Arrangements of CICA Business Forum & SMEs Networking

18 Responsible Agency The Office of SMEs Promtion, Thailand Duration 2 Days (30-31 March 2011) Activities 1. Business Forum and Business Matching for SME Network building 2. A Meeting of CICA Sub-economic Dimension Group The Arrangements of CICA Business Forum & SMEs Networking

19 Objective 1.To provide information and share experience of SMEs promotion in Thailand 2.To share best practices of SMEs among the CICA member states in various sectors 3.To promote networking and establish business ties among CICA member states 4.To provide an opportunity for the CICA economic development authorities to exchange views and suggestions for SMEs development strategies in CICA member states 5.To encourage business matching opportunities with the aim to promote SMEs network building as enabling factor for sustainable growth

20 Activities 1.CICA Business Forum and SMEs Networking, which will provide opportunity for participants from CICA member states to learn and share their views and experiences in SMEs development 2.A meeting of CICA Sub-economic dimension group, which will provide opportunity for the relevant governmental authorities of CICA member states in SMEs development to brainstorm the SMEs development strategies and to establish their networking 3.Business matching with the aim of SMEs network building 4.Industrial site’s visit

21 Provisional Programme CICA Business Forum and SMEs Networking InterContinental Bangkok Hotel 30-31 March 2011, Bangkok DAY 1: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 08:30-09:00 Registration 09:00-09:45 Opening Ceremony Opening Remarks by Mr. Trairong Suvanakiri, Deputy Prime Minister Welcome Speech by Mr. Yuttasak Supasorn, Director-General of the Office of SMEs Promotion Remarks by Mr. Cinar Aldemir, Executive Director of the Secretariat of CICA Photo session

22 DAY 1: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 (Cont’d) 09:45-11:00Session I: Presentation – Thailand Experience Overview and Trends of Thai SMEs (OSMEP) Business Environmental Management for SMEs (BOI) Financing SMEs (SMEs Bank) Promoting SME Development in Services Sector (MOC) 11:00-11:20Coffee Break & Visit to Sponsors’ Exhibition 11:20-12:00Session II: Presentation – Forging Business Ties for Network Building: Challenges and Promising Opportunities by Speakers/Resource Persons from CICA Member States Financial Assistance in SMEs Development (Korea) SMEs Development (TBC) A contribution from Mr. Victor Ermakov CEO of the SMEs Promotion of Russian Federation 12:00-13:30Luncheon

23 DAY 1: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 (Cont’d) 13:30-15:30Session III: Presentation (Continued) Tourism (tbc) Agriculture/Food (tbc) Industry (tbc) Energy (tbc) Human Resource Development (tbc) 15:30-15:45Coffee Break 15:15-15:45Business and Investment Opportunity of Thailand by Secretary General of the Board of Investment 15.45-16.30Forum Wrap-up 16.30-17:00Press Conference 18:30-20:30Visit SMEs Pavilion & Welcoming Dinner

24 DAY 2: Thursday, March 31, 2011 08:30-09:00 Registration 09:00-11:30Meeting of CICA Sub-Economic Dimension Group 09:00-11:30B to B Business Matching and Possible MOU Signing 11:30-13:00Luncheon 13:00-17:00Industrial Site’s Visit / Excursions Food Factory Spa Machinery Refitting Draft Agenda CICA Business Forum and SMEs Networking InterContinental Bangkok Hotel 30-31 March 2011, Bangkok

25 Administrative Arrangements VENUE & Facilities

26 InterContinental Bangkok Hotel, a 5- stars located at the center of the business and commercial districts of Thailand’s capital. The place is fine with a wide range of shopping and other facilities within easy walking distance, while access to other parts of Bangkok is fast and efficient by Skytrain, the nearest station being steps from the hotel’s entrance. Meeting Venue InterContinental Bangkok Hotel 973 Ploenchit Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand Tel: +66-2-656 0444 Fax: +66-2-656 0555 intercon@ihgbangkok.com

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28 Conference Hall Technical capabilities include category 6 infrastructure, LED Intelligent Lighting system that projects up to 16 million colors, 70 pin spotlights, video streaming and recording throughout the hotel, chiffon pillars, satellite, video-conferencing, moving projection systems, and centrally controlled computer enhanced display LCD screens.

29 GUESTROOMS offered at Grande Deluxe (Single) : Baht 5,300 net /room /night or € 130 net /room /night NUMBER OF ROOMS InterContinental Bangkok provides 381 guest rooms, including Club TYPES OF ROOMS Grande Deluxe (45 sqm.) Executive Deluxe (45 sqm.) Club InterContinental (45 sqm.) Corner Suite (67 sqm.) Club InterContinental Suite (67 sqm.) Premier Suite (70 sqm.) Executive Suite (90 sqm.) Ambassador Suite (100 sqm.) Diplomatic Suite (150 sqm.) Royal Suite (250 sqm.) : 225 rooms : 40 rooms : 77 rooms : 6 rooms : 27 room : 1 room : 2 rooms : 1 room

30 GUESTROOMS offered at Standard (Single) : Bt 3,600 net /room /night or € 87 net /room /night Alternative Accommodation Holiday Inn Bangkok (Next to InterContinental Bangkok Hotel)

31 Facilities & Arrangements Participants are provided with: Venue: Conference Room Function Room Business Matching Booth Transfer: Airport – Hotel – Airport All Site Visits Meals: Breakfast of Both Days Lunch of Both Days Welcoming Dinner Excursion: A visit to historical and tourist famous destination with professional tourist guides

32 Expected Outcome 1.The participants will gain knowledge on SMEs promotion of Thailand 2.The participants can exchange experiences on SMEs development of the member states in various sectors 3.The participants will obtain opportunities for business networking among the member states of CICA

33 Contact Person: Mrs. Rasmi Hanvajanavong Chief of International Relations Division The Office of SMEs Promotion, Thailand Tel. (66 2) 2788800 Ext. 244 Fax. (66 2) 273 8850 Email: rasmi@sme.go.th

34 Mr. Wachira Kaewkor Director of the International Affairs Bureau The Office of SMEs Promotion TST Tower, Fl 18 21 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd Jatujak, Bangkok 10900 Thailand Tel. 66 2278 8800 ext.404 Fax. 66 2273 8850 wachira@sme.go.th www.sme.go.th Thank you


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