Who was in Thailand?
I had the privilege of meeting and interviewing Mr. Worrawut J. Worasirikamol, a serial entrepreneur and emerging leader in Thailand.
I learned a lot from our conversation especially the evolution of entrepreneurship in Thailand. Thanks for the amazing conversation on a broad range of issues stretching from Politics, Entrepreneurship to Education.
Mr. Worasirikamol currently serves as the country Manager of Lendela Thailand, however, he has served several roles before in this role and the following include:
Founder at JConsulting.asia
Sales partner at North Star Digital
Former business advisor at CORO FIELD
Former Head of Online Food at honestbee
Former Leading Sales Development Manager at DiaVita (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.
Former Sales Operation Manager and Talent Acquisition at 30 Seconds To Fly
Former Head of Sales Channel Development and Management at Whapow Thailand
Former Co-founder at Love Around
Former CEO & Founder at Four Leaf for Life Co.,Ltd
Beyond Mr. Worasirikamol accolades, what I admired most was his GRIT, Passion, and go-to-Mindset to build businesses that can have an impact on his community.
With his diverse set of experiences and his passion-driven mindset, I hope every young Thai or entrepreneur in any emerging market should learn from Mr. Worasirikamol‘s perseverance and develop a winning mindset
I want to continue to develop more content this year by traveling and interviewing more people in Asia and Africa. For Asia, this includes Vietnam (I have been there before but I have to do more intensive research), Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and China. For Africa, the countries that I plan this world adventure will include Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, and Rwanda.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey. I will also appreciate if you can also support this journey so that I can be able to share more exciting content with you with a specific focus on the growth of Africa (the last frontier of the Global Market).
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One of the ways, we want to support these entrepreneurs, some of which we have already sourced is by starting a $1 million Fund to invest in them by the end of the second quarter this year. This will help provide the funding some of the companies need to grow across Africa while providing jobs and internal wealth within the continent.