By The Nation
JKN's revenue was over Bt1.7 billion, up 25 per cent year on year. The company had generated over Bt10 billion in revenue and over Bt1.1 billion in profit in the previous five years.
JKN 's chief executive officer, Jakkaphong “Anne” Jakrajutatip, said the rise in the company's earnings came from their experience in understanding consumer behaviour.
The famous Thai transgender businessperson added that this showed a significant improvement compared to last year.
"Last year, many Thai TV series launched in foreign countries, such as 'Rakboon', 'Ngern Pak Phee', 'My Secret Bride' and 'My Forever Sunshine' received good response from viewers," she said.
"In Thailand, many series from Japan, Korea, USA, India, China and Philippines, such as ‘Dae Jang-geum’, ‘Coffee Prince’, ‘Ju Mong Prince of the Legend’, ‘CSI’, ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Buddhaa - The King of Kings’ were popular among Thai people."
She added that the company had expanded various types of businesses, such as healthcare and beverage to support the company’s strategy as Content Commerce Company.
On top of that, she also gains public interest on her lifestyle with over 12 million followers on her social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook.
Currently, JKN's asset under management was over Bt10 billion.