BOI Fair 2011, which will be held from 10-25 November is the third time the Board of Investment has organized an industrial fair to showcase the accomplishments of Thai industry and the development of world-class industries in Thailand.
At the time, it was the biggest exhibition ever held in Thailand, covering 400 rai (160 acres) of space at Laem Chabang Port. Among the Fair’s many important activities was a CEO Forum – featuring high-level executives from major companies throughout the world – and the BOI Fair Film Festival, which featured films and filmmakers from around the world.
To say BOI Fair 2000 was a success would be an understatement, as almost 4.5 million people flocked to the fair, which included 72 outdoor pavilions and more than 1,000 indoor booths.
The Ministry of Labor organized a Job Fair, attended by more than 50,000 job hunters, about 40% of whom were able to secure jobs, primarily in factories on Thailand’s vibrant Eastern Seaboard. The Department of Vocational Education (DOVE) also exhibited at BOI Fair 2000, highlighting innovations from students at some 100 vocational schools nationwide.
There can be little doubt that BOI Fair 2000 was a success in every sense of the word, and with 84 pavilions (all of which have already been booked) and 3,300 booths, BOI Fair 2011 is sure to be even more successful than the previous two events.
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