The people who have come aboard in the past few years are spending their time in something that was overshadowed long ago in developed countries by apps: the mobile web browser.
One Place Events, an online event ticketing website based in Bangkok, analyzed data from recent ticket sales through their website in search of trends.
eMarketer projects that 43.8% of Thailand’s population will be smartphone users this year, with growth expected to slow over the next few years.
Through a forthcoming Android application, users can consent to have their activity and lifestyle data monitored – by way of the Awareness API – to create a their own, personalized, custom-made dress
Social commerce is a unique phenomenon in Thailand, and an estimated one-third to half of total ecommerce GMV is happening on social platforms
Today, with all the friendly locals still very much around you on the street, you might find yourself reaching for the powerful fountain of information in your pocket – your smartphone.
Social networks are now so well established, that there are now a core 'top 5' social networks which are most popular which doesn't change from year-to-year.But, as we'll see in this post, the most popular social media sites vary...
Thais spent more time on the Internet in 2016, at 45 hours a week on average or 6.4 hours a day.