Present to formally open the event, held at the Pearl Hotel, were OSMEP Assistant Director Wachira Kaewko and FTI Vice Chairman Apichit Prasoprat, who is also Chairman of the Institute of Small and Medium Enterprises Manufacturing (SMI).
Joining them was Charin Thamrongkiatkul, Chairman of the FTI Phuket branch.
The event aimed to explain to local business owners how to successfully negotiate the requirements for securing government contracts.
“This project is very beneficial to entrepreneurs,” Mr Charin said.
“This creates an opportunity for the digital industry along with the medical industry to enter the government market, which is the market with the highest growth rate in the country,” he added.
“It will also help to upgrade and increase the potential of entrepreneurs in the digital industry and the medical industry to have more competitiveness to achieve goals and objectives, which is the wish of all parties
“This will benefit the economy of Thailand as a whole,” Mr Charin concluded.