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Time flies where the end of the year has passed and Techsauce is about to be one year old real soon. Nevertheless, we still have the same team that has been together in Thailand’s startup industry since the beginning with Thumbsup and HUBBA. First of all we would like to say thank you to all of our followers who have been following our works for all this time. Ever though it is still a small society of operators in Thailand, but the team remains committed and intend to continue to be a part that helps push for a better and stronger startup ecosystem here. So let us look at what have happened to the Kingdom’s startup ecosystem in the past year.

Large Corporates, Innovation, and Cooperation with Startup

Large enterprises in other countries have been paying attention to startup for a while now including projects to accelerate and incubate and developers such as Hackathon. They have been providing many supportive programs to help startup and there are many reasons for that which includes the search for new innovation via existing facilities, market channels, and customer bases that could be collaborate with startup in search for new business opportunities.

There are also startups that are facing various challenges and they are at risk from the…

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Techsauce is the partnership of two titans in the Thai technology startup industry between Thumbsup, the leading technology media in Thailand and HUBBA, the biggest coworking space network in Thailand.

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