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Apr 22. 2019
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Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration (Chulalongkorn University) presents SDX (Sasin Digital Experience), the first-ever Sasin networking short course designed to help executives and management relearn the landscape of technology.

technology. The course allows for a better understanding of how technologies apply to business, thus making participants capable of aligning the correct stakeholder and successfully transforming the business to digital. 

Sasin Digital Experience (SDX) is run in cooperation with the Sasin Alumni Association and open to entrepreneurs, businessman as well as alumni. 

It is the first-ever Sasin Executive Education programme to focus on the Digital Transformation Experience. The 12-week course takes place on Saturdays and includes international (4 days in Tokyo) and domestic (3 days Hua-Hin) residential sessions. SDX aims to provide a deep insight into the digital world by learning from leading experts in the digital transformation to equip participants with practical skills and strategic knowledge on how to drive themselves and their organisations to success in the digital world. 

Speakers are Alvin Ng (General Electric Digital), Chutima Sribumrungsart (Microsoft Thailand), David Lawrence (Pisut & Partners), Johannes Rohr (Rabbit Finance), Kent Wertime (Ogilvy Asia), Assistant Professor Piyachart Phiromswad (Sasin School of Management),Professor Ravi Aron (Johns Hopkins Carey Business School), Rujikorn Pavasuthipaisit (TMB Bank), Siwat Chawareewong (Group M) and Siavash Hosseinbor (Syndacast) 

The tuition fee is Bt220,000 covering 12 weeks of full Saturday classes as well as the Tokyo residential and Hua-Hin residential programmes. The first class starts this Saturday (April 27), the Tokyo residential is on May 23-26 and Hua Hin residential is during August 2-4.

Discounts are available. Find out more by emailing and executiveeducation@sasin.ed or visit and


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