“Thailand has skilled workers who are highly creative, thus producing new pieces of award-worthy products to the world. Recently, the TSGA submitted products manufactured by its members to compete for awards in Europe and Asia, with many taking home the top prize,” Narongrit says.
The TSGA joined STYLE 2018, organised by the Department of International Trade Promotion, to showcase those printing products that had won international awards. Narongrit says that visitors expressed great interest in the innovative printing products and solutions.
However, with the shifting economy across the world, she believes business owners, including those in the printing industry, have to adapt themselves.
“I think businesses must become more connected to networks and trade partners, while opening up to new opportunities,” she says. “With this changing landscape, we need to understand what is happening in the industry and amongst our consumers.”
To catch up with the latest innovation in printing and other industries, visit STYLE Bangkok, DITP’s trade fair from April 17 to 21, 2019 at BITEC Bang Na.
Words by Pimsirinuch Borsub