Published: Oct 05, 2021
B.Grimm aims to develop new business ventures with digital innovation such as IoT in correspondence with the growing needs in the market. After this project, B.Grimm and AltoTech further have a collaborative project to develop AI and IoT solutions focusing on energy optimization and strategically expand across industries.
Published: Sep 06, 2021
The National Innovation Agency of Thailand (Public Organization), or NIA, is broadening the scope of its Innovation Thailand platform through the formation of the Innovation Thailand Alliance, which includes partners from various sectors such as government agencies, private organizations, educational institutions, and civil societies. Their shared mission is to revive the country with Thai innovations.
Published: Jan 03, 2020
The National Innovation Agency’s (NIA’s) dual mission is to encourage startup entrepreneurs to help solve grassroots economic problems through the use of innovation and technology and to get more people in every region launching their own startups.
Published: Oct 29, 2019
The lack of coordination between the government and private sector and the complexity and strictness of the government’s working system, especially the procurement system, are barriers that impede the private sector, particularly start-ups, from creating national innovations, National Innovation Association (NIA) deputy director of corporate strategy Theresa Matavapan said.
Published: Sep 30, 2018
THE NATIONAL Innovation Agency aims to transform Thailand into what it calls the Startup Global Platform of Asia within the next three years. The agency expects Thailand to have at least 1,000 startups and more than 5,000 high-tech experts.
Published: Dec 20, 2017
THE National Innovation Agency (NIA) has been directed to support innovation in the country in five main areas – radical innovation, thematic innovation, innovation districts, open innovation, and data-driven innovation.
Published: Apr 09, 2017
THE NATIONAL Innovation Agency (NIA) and its partners are developing “innovation districts” in the Eastern region, expecting to generate 400 start-ups over the next three years and generate total economic value of Bt17.6 billion in five years.