Established by Royal Decree in 2002, the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (also known as TCEB) is a public organization tasked with promoting and developing business events in Thailand. Since 2004, TCEB has worked toward establishing Thailand as Asia's premier business events destination, by providing flexible, service-oriented support to meeting-goers, incentives winners, convention attendees and exhibition participants.
For more information, please visit www.businesseventsthailand.com/
The Asia Pacific Medical Technology Association (APACMed) was founded in 2014 to represent manufacturers and suppliers of medical equipment, devices and in vitro diagnostics, industry associations and other key stakeholders associated with the medical technology industry in Asia Pacific.
Headquartered in Singapore, APACMed is the first and only regional association to provide a unified voice for the medical technology industry in Asia Pacific. APACMed works proactively with bilateral, regional and local government bodies to shape policies, demonstrate the value of innovation and promote regulatory harmonization. It engages with medical device associations and companies in Asia Pacific to jointly advance regional issues, code of ethics and share best practices. APACMed is host to the annual Asia Pacific MedTech Forum.
The Association of Indian Medical Device Industry (AiMED) represents the interests of over 700 Manufacturers of consumables, disposables and diagnostics equipment. The presence of AiMED allows the Government to access a single point of contact and provide various services to the manufacturers, such as those relating to policy issues, medical device regulations, education and training, quality certification, government funding for R&D, encouraging innovations, improve clinician and patient access to the modern, innovative and reliable medical device technologies through organizing meeting, seminars, symposia, exhibitions and demonstrations and also, to promote global harmonization of Indian device industry.
For more information, please visit www.aimedindia.com/
"GS1 believes in the power of standards to transform the way we work and live."
GS1 is a not-for-profit organization that develops and maintains global standards for business communication. The best known of these standards is the barcode, a symbol printed on products that can be scanned electronically. Over 100 million products carry GS1 barcodes and they are scanned more than six billion times every day. GS1 has 115 local member organizations and over 2 million user companies.
GS1 standards, services, and solutions are designed to improve the efficiency, safety, and visibility of supply chains across physical and digital channels in a wide variety of sectors. They form a business language that identifies, captures, and shares key information about products, locations, assets, and more.
About GS1 Thailand
GS1 Thailand, which is under the supervision of the Federation of Thai Industries, was formed in 1988. As a leading provider of standards and solutions for dozens of industry sectors, we introduce the standards, solutions, and services of the technologies of barcodes and EPC/RFID to the industry to help everyone involved in making, moving, and trading goods to automate their supply chain processes using the common language of GS1 global standards. We bring businesses, associations, and industries together. We serve many industry sectors in Thailand such as retail, transport and logistics, healthcare, track, and traceability.
GS1 Thailand also publishes e-newsletters in bilingual for members, students, and the public every quarter.
It can be read and downloaded from the official website www.gs1th.org
For more information, please visit www.gs1th.org/
The National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (BIOTEC) was first set up under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Energy on 20 September 1983. After the establishment of the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) on 30 December 1991, BIOTEC became one of the NSTDA centers, operating outside the normal framework of civil service and state enterprises. This enabled the Center to operate more effectively to support and transfer technology.
For more information, please visit www.biotec.or.th/
The Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (Public Organization) or TCELS, was established in 2004 with the core objective of serving as the central link between innovation and investment, as well as facilitating local and international partnerships in life sciences business in Thailand. TCELS has positioned itself as the focal point for all life sciences business, research and investment in Thailand.
For more information, please visit www.tcels.or.th/