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Get one FREE TICKET to TECHSAUCE SUMMIT 2016 when booking a stay at Centara Grand at Central World

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Tech enthusiasts and start-up leaders get ready for Asia’s hottest tech conference on 23-24 July 2016 at Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld located in the heart of Bangkok and integral to the hotel.

Choose Centara Grand at CentralWorld as your ideal base during the conference to enjoy one free Techsauce Summit ticket granting you access to all of the conference stages, including the main stage, Fintech, Gaming, e-commerce, Startup Essentials, Venture Capital and Smart Business Solution.

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Summary of package detail

Book Period:                  Now – 24 July 16

Stay Period:                   16 – 26 July 16

Room type:                    World Club Premium, Executive Suite, World Executive Suite

Terms & Condition:        Full prepaid & nonrefundable

                                               Consecutive 2 Minimum nights stay

Benefit:                           –     Get 1 Complimentary ticket to Techsauce Summit 2016 per booking

–       Enjoy club benefits including free use of the hotel’s world-class fitness facilities

From THB 6,240++ per night.

Tickets are limited. Book by 23rd July 2016.

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About Techsauce…

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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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