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Thailands Best Practices I.

BOI Unit for Industrial Linkage Development (BUILD) BUILD was established to promote and develop supporting industries in Thailand. The program which aims to be a crucial key to part and component supplies is an important initiative of the new service-oriented Board of Investment. I. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. II. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. III. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. IV. 1. A. BUILDs Main Objectives

To encourage supporting industry development in Thailand To strengthen linkages between vendors and buyers To help small and medium sized vendors improving efficiency, productivity and quality To foster cooperation between foreign investors and Thai vendors and government agencies To remove impediments to subcontracting and improve linkage development To promote Thailand as a regional base for part production and sourcing B. Wide Ranges of Market-oriented Services

Comprehensive computerized information on subcontracting opportunities Support for foreign buyers seeking sourcing networks in Thailand Match-making services for individual firms Technical and management assistance to local vendors Organization and coordination of training courses to upgrade marketing and technological capability of small and medium sized vendors C. Variety of Supporting Industries Metal Finishing Machinery and Equipment Electronics Parts Petrochemicals Automotive Parts D. How can BUILD help investors ? Reduce cost

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. V. 1. 2. 3. 4. VI. 1. 2. 3. VII.

Lower risks Improve technology Enhance standards Develop human resources Trouble-shooting Set up local and international sourcing networks E. Parts to support growth

Increase an investment opportunities in Thailand Promote part and component production facilities Develop technical skill and increase employment opportunities Promote quality of life and living standard F. BUILD activities

VMC : Vendors Meet Customers Program ASID : ASEAN Supporting Industry MMS : Match Making and Subcontracting G. VMC : Vendors meet customers

This program is to stimulate more consumption on local parts by matching buyers or assemblers and vendors or manufacturers. VIII. Vendors Meet Customers The early phase, VMC activity focuses on 2 main industries : 1. Electronics BUILD 2. Automotive

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Invites supporting industry companies to visit assembly plants Organizes seminar on part requirements with purchasing people of the assemblies Constructs direct relationships between potential vendors and the Assemblers


H. ASID : ASEAN Supporting Industry Database

ASID is one of ASEANs attempts to promote supporting industries in ASEAN member countries. BUILD is responsible for developing this database, consolidating and updating the data, and activating the service on the internet to permit global access XI. 1. 2. 3. XII. 1. 2. 3. XIII. 1. 2. 3. XIV. Benefits for buyers : ASID Facilitates qualified part sourcing Reduces costs and time Creates alternative sources for better decision making Benefits for suppliers : ASID Creates new marketing channel Minimizes marketing expenses Develops competitive advantages ASID consists of Company profile Investment profile, employment, customers Information on products, capacity, process, raw material, machinery In the future Includes 2 and 3 dimension pictures of parts More involved in E-Commerce

More information about BUILD, please contact : BOI Unit for Industrial Linkage Development (BUILD) E-mail : II. Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) The Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) has been conducted by the Department of Industrial Promotion (DIP) in provincial areas throughout the country since 1980. The graduated trainees in each province get together to set up a small club to help each other to improve their capabilities of business arrangement through various activities with the assistance from DIP. Later, these small clubs merged to be the central club and changed its status by registration to the Association of Thai Small and Medium Entrepreneurs in 1997. Its branches are located in various provinces around the country with a total members of 2,050 from 68 training courses.

The Association of Thai Small and Medium Entrepreneurs is a non-government and non-profit organization for Small and Mediumsized industrial enterprises. The members consist of representatives from various industrial sectors. At present, the Association also receives continuing partial support from the Department of Industrial Promotion according to its policy to promote and develop SMEs as the whole. Objectives : 1. To serve as the center for members and any other entrepreneurs who are interested in joining the activities. To collaborate and coordinate with government and private sectors to promote and develop the progressive business performance of industrial entrepreneurs. To disseminate, promote and conduct training courses on appropriate modern techniques and know-how for members and general entrepreneurs for higher caliber. To support and assist members in solving their problems and eliminating obstacles and difficulties in their businesses. To be the center for the exchange of knowledge, view-point and experiences among the members.





Activities : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. To organize seminars and training courses for members in order to improve their business capabilities. To conduct study mission or trade mission in foreign countries such as Japan , China, etc. for business promotion on trade and investment. To provide assistance in negotiation for joint-venture business with foreign partners within Thailand and abroad. To be a center for business match making among the members or with other entrepreneurs To organize trade fair to display members products in local and foreign market for potential customers To collaborate with government and private organizations to improve and upgrade production , management and technical capabilities of the industrial entrepreneurs. To suggest the usage and benefit of e-commerce and internet to promote members business The Executive Board will closely foster memberss performance by regular visit in various regions to strengthen the good relationship among members

The Department of Industrial Promotion cooperates with the Association to provide functions in term of developing and upgrading the entrepreneurship, managerial and technical capabilities of human resource for SME sector through an EDP package to ensure an efficient and sustainable impact. More information about EDP, please contact : Bureau of Industrial Enterprise Development

E-mail : III. Manufacturing Development to Improve Competitiveness Program (MDICP) 1. Objective

The Purpose of MDICP is mainly to develop Strengths of Thai manufacturing in industries in management practices so that they can complete in the world market. 2. Target group

Any manufacturing companies which are keen to develop themselves. 3. Procedure

Throughout the program, there will be a combination set of training and consultancy The organizer will conduct the following activities. 4. XV. Program overview seminar Interview applicants Top management seminar (CEO Forum) Needs identification and analysis for training assignment Sector-based workshop training Planning with experts and implementation Evaluation Plan improvement Evaluation and summary

Training modules A. Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Modernize manufacturing operations

Standardization Technology management Finance and investment competency enhancement Strategic management and marketing



Module 5

5. XVII.

Duration Training 80 days

Consultancy 80 days More information about EDP, please contact : XVIII. Bureau of Industrial Enterprise Development

E-mail : IV. Competency-based Economies through Formation of Enterprise (CEFE) 1. Objective CEFE concept was originally developed by the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) and further adapted in many countries. In Thailand, CEFE is introduced by the Department of Industrial promotion. CEFE is a versatile and innovative human resource development toolbox. The main purpose is to empower potential entrepreneurs from various sectors to start a business, and existing entrepreneurs to enhance their entrepreneurial and managerial competencies to operate competitive businesses. It is also used to train company executives, development catalyst, educators, workers and students, among others, to make them entrepreneurial, thereby contributing to the building of an enterprise society. 2. Target groups Any small and medium scaled enterprises 3. Procedure 4. Project Advertisement Participants selection Conduct training through experiential and action learning approach Follow-up service Monitoring and evaluation (M&E)

Training modules Module 1 Module 2 New business creation Business improvement Marketing management

Module 3

Production management Financial management Human resource management

Business expansion Business planning Strategic project enhancement for enterprise development

Module 4 5. Duration

Business restructuring

1 week per each training module More information about EDP, please contact : Bureau of Industrial Enterprise Development E-mail :