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Participants  seen here during the interactive programme with Srawut Chankao, Director (Middle-east and Africa Division) from the International Marketing Development, Ministry of Commerce in Guwahati.
 
Dimapur, February 17 (MExN): In view of the ongoing trade fair in Guwahati, Darwin School of business organized a 2 hour student interaction programme with Srawut Chankao, Director (Middle-east and Africa Division) from the Office of international Marketing Development, Ministry of Commerce, The Royal Thai Government on February 13, 2012 at Darwin Campus 2, R.G.B Road, Guwahati.
The topic for the initiative was "Strengthening of Trade Relations between Thailand and India with focus on the role of youths in/of North-East". The Speakers on the occasion was introduced by Prof. B. Bhattacharjee. The Dean of the B-School welcomed Srawut Chankao and spoke about the need of a continuous process of interaction with South- East Asia in order to realize this regions full potential and produce tangible results.
 Srawut Chankao, in his address stressed upon the fact the people from the region and Thailand has a lot of things in common. He highlighted that business between the two countries cannot sustain if it is a one way process. Youths of this region have to have a deeper understanding of the business process of Thailand in terms of culture, technology and the way of life. For this he invited students of Darwin to visit Thailand in groups. He also assured all kinds of governmental and bureaucratic support to bolster any kind of trade relationship between the two regions. The Thai Government is seriously looking towards India and especially towards Northeast as a strong economic partner for mutual growth and prosperity.
While answering questions from students, he pointed out the importance of market research to make a successful business plan. His advised the students interested in entrepreneurship to start from something small and slowly climb the ladder, adding that he was very surprised at the number of students of Darwin aspiring to be an entrepreneur and the interesting number of questions put forth to him for addressing.
For the benefit of its students, Darwin frequently organizes interactive session between students and corporate/entrepreneurs/ policy makers and academicians. It is in fact the students of Darwin who mostly initiate the interactive programme.

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