The Global Community of Growth, Innovation and Leadership on 2nd April 2015, Dusit Thani, Bangkok, Thailand

In its third year, Frost & Sullivan’s Growth Innovation and Leadership (GIL) 2015: Thailand global congress reconvenes on 2nd April 2015, Dusit Thani, Bangkok, Thailand. Visionary leaders and C-level executives from all over Thailand will gather to be a part of this collective experience which will provide critical insights into the game changing trends which are impacting the country’s economy and its industries.

Join us as we embark on this year’s journey with “Convergence” and “The Connected World” as the two pivotal forces that are causing some of the greatest disruption and influencing the way we need to grow and innovate.

GIL 2015: Thailand will reveal some potentially exciting and great innovative opportunities for growth and expansion which lay ahead for your industry and your company.

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