Thailand Trade Show 2011 (TTS 2011) returns with a bang

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The Department of Export Promotion, Thailand (DEP) will once again be the proud host of the Thailand Trade Show 2011 (TTS 2011) that returns for its 4th Year from 5th to 7th August 2011. Held at Hall 1 of the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre, with almost 1,700 sqm of exhibition space, TTS 2011 will be featuring a wider variety of products and services, making it a one-stop platform for consumers who are fond of all things Thai, as well as entrepreneurs seeking for mutually beneficial trade and business opportunities.

This annual exhibition is organized by the Office of Commercial Affairs, Kuala Lumpur under the Department of Export Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, Thailand, together with immense support from other Thai government agencies in Kuala Lumpur namely the Royal Thai Embassy, the Office of Labour Affairs, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Thai Airways. It envisions in showcasing the best of Thailand in the local market.

This year, the TTS 2011 is expected to attract over 60 exhibitors from all over Thailand, boasting diverse range of products & services from various industries, such as food & beverage, textile, apparels & accessories, cosmetics, health care, pharmaceutical, gifts & decoratives, plastic & household consumer products, printing and tourism.

“This trade show is principally aimed to benefit Malaysian entrepreneurs and industrialists who are eager to explore business opportunities and collaboration with their Thai counterparts,” explains Mrs. Nannatee Wiboonchutikula, the organizer and director of Thai Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur. It will be a platform to view, sample & understand the products / services, gain knowledge of its benefits, establish contacts with manufacturers/retailers, discuss ideas/prospects and develop business relations. To achieve this end, TTS 2011 offers business matching sessions throughout the duration of 3 days, at the show.

For more information on business matching, kindly contact Tel: 03-79605055 or via email:

“Visitors are also in for a treat” quips Mrs. Nannatee Wiboonchutikula, with a warm hospitality of a true Thai. Among the highlights of the exhibition that would entice visitors includes exotic mouth watering foods, traditional handicrafts, exquisite handmade jewelry & accessories, unique premium gifts, trendy interior decorations, pampering spa & massage services and luxurious, breath-taking holiday destinations, just to name a few.

Apart from the exhibits, there will be several contests, games, activities and stage shows that will be organized throughout the day to entertain the visitors, all the while promoting Thai culture & traditions. This includes Thai cultural dance shows, artistic umbrella painting, creative fruit carving, traditional Thai dessert making as well as Thai cuisine cooking demo by Thai restaurants in Malaysia.

In addition to that, all visitors will also stand a chance to win a round trip economy ticket to Bangkok, Thailand by Thai Airways via a lucky draw/ contests, compliments of the Thailand’s Department of Export Promotion (DEP) (*terms & conditions apply). To participate in the draw, visitors are requested to complete a simple survey that will be conducted by the organizer.

About The Organizer

Thailand’s Department of Export Promotion (DEP) is the main agency that is responsible for promoting Thailand’s export products and services to the world market. DEP’s major role is to foster the development of the competitive capabilities of Thai companies and businesses by organizing activities and events that create opportunities to increase exports.

By organizing activities such as this Trade Show in Malaysia, DEP is continuously helping Thai businesses reach their target groups while promoting Malaysian importers / distributors of Thai products / services to the local consumers.

DEP has recently launched an on-line export promotion campaign with the aim of increasing the number of exporters trading using business-to-business (B2B) electronic technology. With this, the department hopes to raise the export transaction via the internet to 50% of the country’s total export value, within the next 5 years.

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