Editor Talk

I believe most well-established companies instill values into their organizations to engage employees, attract new talents, and give customers an impression of how a company’s employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions.

Our company’s “Partnership for Success” culture is based on delivering high value to our partners and customers through mutual trust, cooperation, strategic partnerships, customized and turn- key solutions. Our customers see us as a trusted partner who works closely with them to ensure the success of their events. We are truly blessed to work for a company that places such a high value on growth. At IMPACT, we encourage growth in our employees and new talents through continued trainings, seminars, and education programs. The Human Resource Department of IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center has recently held a certificate course known as “Kla MICE,” which means “the new kid on the block” in Thai to contribute to the business event industry’s growth and success. At this moment, three universities including Silpokorn University, Kasetsart University, and Sripatum University have agreed to join forces, and the Faculty of Management Science of Silpakorn University already started sending students to complete the training course.

Other key components that help drive growth have to do with our talented assets–chefs who cook good foods. Our culinary team has been lauded with a slew of internationally recognized awards and has created upwards of 3,200 dishes including Thai, Chinese, Indian, Western, Islamic, baked goods, and snacks. IMPACT firmly adheres with the food safety management system standard dubbed “ISO 22000” to ensure exceptional customer satisfaction. As the healthy-eating bandwagon is currently taking the world by storm, we are in favor of that practice also, not because it becomes a new norm but because it promotes myriad health benefits. Our chicken and eggs are farm-raised and grown by “Sirin” farm, a well-known certified organic farm in Chiang Rai whose overall operations follow eco-friendly farming methods, and, of course, their chicken contains no fillers or added steroids or hormones; thus, our customers will benefit from eating organic eggs and poultry production.

In between those 2 milestones above we’ve achieved, we also put a spotlight on exhibition events. Our venue has a busy schedule for this summer starting with Thailand Handicraft Fair, premiered for the first time on July 25-27, 2019 at Hall 7, where all of the human-made artistic works from exhibitors will be appreciated followed by the 3rd edition of INTERMAT ASEAN, September 5-7, 2019 at Hall 9-10, covering the entire spectrum of infrastructure development needs of Thailand and the surrounding ASEAN region, as well as the 6th edition of Beyond Beauty ASEAN Bangkok from September 19-21, 2019, which is primed to be a focal point for CLMV beauty market.