The 2023 Annual General Meeting of the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce was held on Thursday, 27 April 2023 at the Rembrandt Hotel & Suites Bangkok. 43 participants attended the event which elected the 2023-2024 TNCC Board of Directors.
We are pleased to announce the 2023/2024 TNCC Board of Directors as follows:
- Axel Blom (Norway Connect), President
- Vibeke Lyssand Leirvåg (Felicia Design), Vice President
- Jostein Aksnes (Seven Peaks Software)
- Dr. Supareak (Charlie) Chomchan (Pacific Rim Rich Group)
- Charunun Sathitsuksomboon (Tilleke & Gibbins)
- Eirik Mork Knudsen (Aibel)
- Ingeborg Fallet Kristensen (Krabi Spesialisten)
- Beda Merkelbach (Yara)
- Shygil Moideen (Jotun)
- Anders Ranchil (Telenor Asia)
- Gloyta Nathalang (Bangchak Corporation PCL)
Thank you to all those who were nominated 2023/2024 TNCC Board of Directors and all members who attended the AGM. Your input and time in participating are highly appreciated.
About the Board
The Board of Governors of the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce is elected at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) each year. Any Premium or Corporate member can be nominated for election ahead of the AGM. One-third of the Board of Governors must stand for election at the AGM. The newly elected Board elects the President among themselves. A President is elected for a period of two years.
About the Chamber
The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1996 with the aim of facilitating increased trade and investment between Norway and Thailand. It provides members with a forum to improve business conditions and opportunities as well as creating venues and channels for the exchange and sharing of information. The chamber organises business-related events from breakfast meetings covering current business affairs to topical business seminars and networking events featuring guest speakers. Current membership stands at around 50. The chamber office is co-located with Norway Connect’s office in Bangkok’s central business district and also works closely with the Royal Norwegian Embassy as part of Team Norway. Through its membership of the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand, the chamber identifies challenges and opportunities in doing business in Thailand, seeking support in Thai Government policies to address such issues. This includes interaction with key stakeholders in Thailand relevant to the business community such as the Board of Trade, the Thai Customs Department, The Immigration Department, The Revenue Department and the Board of Investment as well as providing access to top officials in the Thai administration.
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