The 16th World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (WCEC) is set to take place in Bangkok starting tomorrow (June 24-26), with over 4,000 Chinese business leaders expected to attend.

The event, which is being organized by the Thai-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, is held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre from June 24 to 26. Founding members of the WCEC, including Thailand, Singapore, and Hong Kong, take turns hosting the meeting every two years.

The World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (WCEC) was first conceptualised and organised by the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry to provide a forum for overseas Chinese entrepreneurs to enhance economic cooperation and promote better understanding among overseas Chinese entrepreneurs and business communities worldwide. 

The convention is known for its insightful discussions, expert speakers, and networking opportunities. Over the years, it has solidified its position as one of the most prominent business events in the world. This year, the theme of the convention is “Connecting Business and Inspiring the Future,” which promises to offer attendees valuable insights into the latest business trends and strategies.

The WCEC will feature various keynote speakers from across the globe who will share their success stories and knowledge with attendees. In addition to the keynote speeches, the convention will also include panel discussions, roundtables, and networking sessions. These will provide attendees with numerous opportunities to engage with other business leaders and forge new partnerships.

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