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  • Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

    Top 5 secrets for online sales success

    In the expansive digital landscape, effective product marketing necessitates both artistic flair and scientific precision. As a business proprietor, you may be seeking the keys to mastering such an endeavour. Regardless of whether your products are digital or physical, adopting certain strategic approaches can significantly enhance your business success. A multitude of tactics, ranging from email marketing to search engine…

  • Lifestyle

    How to find the best deals in Thailand

    Navigating the myriad of myths and misconceptions about bagging the best hotel deals can be a tricky task, especially when planning a trip to a popular destination like Thailand. With the advent of the Internet age, the travel landscape has transformed significantly, rendering some traditional methods obsolete. This article aims to debunk those outdated notions and arm you with savvy…

  • Business News

    SEC warns digital asset exchanges on special privileges

    The Deputy Secretary-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a stern warning to digital asset exchange operators. The caution comes in light of recent findings by the SEC, which reveal that these exchanges often entice the public to invest by offering special privileges, thereby encouraging trades on their platforms. Anek Yooyuen emphasised that the operations of digital asset…

  • Business News

    Thai car production takes a hit with 23.08% decline in March

    Thailand’s car production experienced a significant downturn of 23.08% in March compared to the same period last year, producing only 138,331 units, according to data from the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI). This follows a year-on-year decline of 19.28% in February. Over the first quarter of the year, car production has decreased by 18.45% year-on-year, amounting to 414,123 units. According…

  • Business News

    Thai domestic car sales slump hits 26% as pickup sector suffers

    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) reported a 26% year-on-year drop in domestic car sales for February, primarily affecting the pickup sector. This downturn is expected to hit a two-year low. The total number of cars sold in the country came to 52,843 units, a significant drop from the previous year’s 71,551 units. Despite the worrying sales slump, Surapong Paisitpatanapong,…

  • Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

    Boost your sales now with these gamification in digital marketing secrets

    Gamification taps into the innate human love for games, applying elements like points, badges, and leaderboards to marketing strategies. This approach has proven to be a game-changer, making it easier for brands to connect with their audience on a deeper level. So, if you’re keen to boost your digital marketing efforts, understanding the power of gamification could be your next…

  • Business News

    Tesla’s South Korea sales slump amidst safety concerns, subsidy cuts

    Tesla Inc’s sales in South Korea took a hit in January, with the company selling only one electric vehicle (EV) in the entire month. The Austin-based automaker faced a range of challenges, including safety concerns, pricing issues, and inadequate charging infrastructure. Data from the Korean trade ministry and Seoul-based researcher Carisyou revealed that the single sale of a Model Y…

  • Search Engine Marketing (SEM)

    Choosing the right keywords for PPC: A step by step guide

    As you dive deeper into the world of digital marketing, you’ll find yourself encountering a myriad of strategies and tools designed to elevate your online game. Among these, Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising stands out as a critical component. But what exactly is PPC, and why is it so pivotal for your advertising efforts? In essence, PPC is a model of online…

  • Business News

    Thailand’s EV sales projected to double by year-end

    Thailand is set to witness a significant spark in electric vehicle (EV) sales, potentially doubling the figures by year-end, driven by Chinese manufacturers and approximately US$2.4 billion in government incentives, bolstering consumer demand. Krisda Utamote, Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand President, forecasted that new battery EV registrations might exceed 150,000 by the year’s end in a recent interview in Bangkok.…

  • Thailand News

    Man’s public poop at Thai car showroom creates online buzz

    A man’s desperate need for relief led to a spectacle at a showroom front when he had no choice but to publicly poop. The incident, which occurred on January 11, was captured on a video posted by a 29 year old Moss showroom salesperson, on a Facebook page named Want to be famous, let’s arrange it to return to part…

  • Business News

    BYD challenges Tesla’s supremacy with record EV sales in Q4

    Leading Chinese car manufacturer BYD reported selling 526,409 fully electric vehicles (EVs) in the fourth quarter, challenging Tesla’s global market leadership. According to a stock exchange filing, BYD’s sales, boosted by end-of-year discounting, hit 340,178 EV and hybrid units in December, including 190,754 all-electric models. Overall, BYD reported a 62% year-on-year increase in 2023, selling 3.01 million units. The Shenzhen-based…

  • Business News

    PTTEP forecasts 9% rise in petroleum sales due to expanded gas production

    PTT Exploration and Production Plc (PTTEP) anticipates a 9% surge in petroleum sales in the coming year, largely due to the expanded gas production from the Erawan field in the Gulf of Thailand. The company’s President and CEO, Montri Rawanchaikul, revealed that the average sales for this year are anticipated to be around 464,000 barrels each day. This increase in…

  • Business News

    Thai beauty giants Srichand and Karmarts paint the world with global expansion plans

    Srichand United Dispensary Co and Karmarts Plc, two Thai beauty corporations, are preparing for global expansion. Srichand’s Chief Executive, Rawit Hanutsaha, disclosed plans for aggressive international growth, particularly in Indonesia due to its large beauty market and population. The firm is in the process of identifying suitable Indonesian distributors and is also considering Malaysia. Srichand has already established a global…

  • Business News

    BEV sales set to outstrip targets despite stricter loan criteria

    The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) predicts sales of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) to exceed the set target of 40,000 units, by reaching between 60,000 to 70,000 units this year. This surge is despite the stricter loan criteria by banks, which pose a potential threat to Thailand’s domestic car manufacturing. According to Surapong Paisitpatanapong, vice-chairman of the FTI and spokesperson…

  • Business News

    Energy Absolute sees a revenue soar due to EV demand and battery sales

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)-listed renewable energy and electric vehicle (EV) developer and operator, Energy Absolute (EA), is set to record a significant surge in its total revenue. This year’s revenue is projected to exceed 41 billion baht, a substantial leap from last year’s 27.5 billion baht. This surge can be attributed to the burgeoning demand for commercial EVs…

  • Business News

    EV sales in Thailand to hit 50,000 despite auto loan regulations

    The Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) anticipates a surge in electric vehicle (EV) sales to 50,000 units this year. This comes despite challenges such as diminishing purchasing power, rampant household debt, and the implementation of stricter auto loan regulations by banks. Last year, local EV sales in Thailand saw approximately 20,000 units sold. The popularity of EVs in the country can…

  • Property

    Condominium sales slow down in Hua Hin and nearby coastal areas during pandemic

    There’s a low demand for condominiums in the coastal areas of Hua Hin, Cha-am and Khao Tao. Only two new projects for sale were launched in the resort communities last year. Hua Hin, a seaside resort district in Prachuap Khiri Khan, about 3 hoursdrike south of Bangkok, is still a popular vacation spot, however, condominium sales there remained low throughout…

  • Thailand News

    Lazada, Shopee go head to head in attracting more online shoppers

    The Internet shopping websites of Lazada and Shopee are going head to head as they are competing for more online shoppers. The economic downturn has prompted more efforts to attract new shoppers just as the festive sales season is right around the bend. Thanida Suiwatana, chief business officer of Lazada Thailand, says the Covid-19 pandemic has spurred a new trend…

  • Property

    Thailand’s property market waits for an end to Covid-19

    The Coronavirus outbreak poses challenges for Thailand’s property market as potential Chinese condominium buyers remain stranded in China. Meanwhile, some believe that the outbreak may bring opportunities for non-Chinese buyers and in the long-run, the Chinese may be looking for an overseas refuge in the event of these types of emergencies popping up again Through all this, there will be…

  • Thailand News

    Thai condo developers clearing inventory rather than starting new projects

    “With waves of uncertainty and financial stress crashing into the market from the COVID-19 pandemic, most residential property developers have decided to postpone their plans.” CBRE, the international property consultants, reports that most Thai developers are postponing the launch of new condo projects to focus on clearing existing stock. Discounting completed projects to generate quick revenue as a financial lifeboat…

  • Economy News

    Draft law would ban online alcohol sales in Thailand

    In April, the government imposed a nationwide ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages as part of the Emergency Decree to stem the spread of Covid-19. Now the country’s top alcohol regulator has approved a draft regulation to ban online alcohol sales. The move comes after alcohol watchdog groups urged the government to crack down on the online sales, which…

  • Events

    4 reasons why you should register for this Thursday’s Thaiger Flash Sale

    THAI PROPERTY EVENT THIS THURSDAY Real estate experts are sounding the alarm… property prices are starting to drop! And The Thaiger Flash Sale, in conjunction with fazwaz.com is giving you the chance to own your dream home with the biggest discounts ever seen, all in one place for just 24 hours. The Thaiger Flash Sale, happening this Thursday, June 18,…

  • Northern Thailand News

    Property slump in Thailand’s North

    Real estate developers in Thailand’s North are a bracing for a slump in the residential property market, as the number of home buyers is dwindling and banks are imposing stricter rules on home buyers and reportedly denying mortgages. The president of the Chiang Mai Real Estate Association says the economic slowdown and lower confidence among buyers will lead to a…

  • Business News

    Developers need to clear stock, heavy discounting in property market

    ADVERTORIAL Property prices are expected to decline by double digits in the next few months as Thailand’s property developers begin to offer more sales incentives in response to post Covid-19 markets. A recent survey by leading property portal FazWaz indicated that 50% of Thailand’s property developers are considering discounting at least 20% off minimum benchmark prices. Brennan Campbell, CEO at…

  • Covid-19 News

    National alcohol ban to be lifted from Sunday, May 3

    In a surprise turn-around, after extending the national alcohol ban from yesterday for another month, the CSSA have announced that they are revoking the national ban on alcohol sales from this Sunday. But the provisions say that the alcohol can only be bought and must be taken away for consumption at home. You may not consume alcohol at restaurants. There…

  • Covid-19 News

    Booze ban extended as some businesses allowed to reopen

    Although some businesses will be allowed to reopen in some locations as of Sunday, a government spokesman has today confirmed that the ban on alcohol sales will remain in place until further notice. While there is no national order banning alcohol sales, all 77 provinces have done so and have now been ordered by PM Prayut Chan-ocha to keep all…

  • Covid-19 News

    Possible two day ‘window’ to purchase alcohol before bans re-imposed

    You may be able to purchase alcohol again. But you’ll have to be quick. A short 2 day window for alcohol sales is being considered by the CSSA. The current alcohol ban on sales has a sunset clause of tomorrow night (Thursday). But the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration yesterday discussed that the ban could be renewed again starting from…

  • Covid-19 News

    Alcohol industry asks PM to lift booze ban nationwide

    Thailand’s alcohol industry is banding together to ask PM Prayut Chan-o-cha to lift the ban on alcohol sales, imposed as part of the national state of emergency to halt the spread of Covid-19. Alcohol-industry organisations, led by the Thai Fruit Wine and the Local Spirit Producer Association, the Thailand Bartender Association and Thai Wine Association, have made their case to…

  • Covid-19 News

    When will Thailand’s booze bans end?

    Though there has been no national ban on alcohol sales, all 77 of Thailand’s provincial governors have banned booze in their efforts to slow the spread of Covid-19. Many people have now long run down their pre-ban panic-buying stash. There have also been reports of alcohol dependent residents coming to the surface seeking medical help. Bangkok and Chiang Mai both began…

  • Covid-19 News

    Alcohol Ban in Phuket, from today (Saturday)

    The Phuket Governor has issued an order number 1943/2563 which was signed yesterday on April 10. The new order bans alcohol sales in another preventative measure to combat the island’s Covid-19 infection rate. The order is in effect from today, Saturday, April 11, 2020, until further notice. Anyone who breaks the order will be liable to a fine of 100,000…