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Theme: Diverse Minds

This event occurred on
March 25, 2019
2:30pm - 5:30pm +07
(UTC +7hrs)
Bangkok, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

We are so excited to invite you to our big event of the year, TEDxEkamaiIntlSchool 2019. Our committees have been working hard all school year to provide you with a fantastic event. March 25 will be a day filled with amazing stories and each speaker's journey. We hope to ignite conversation and inspire you all through our diverse speakers following the theme: Diverse Minds

Ekamai International School
12 Sukhumvit 63, Prakanong Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Bangkok, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, 10110
Event type:
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Anas Birouti

Restaurant owner/ General Manager
I co-founded the restaurant primal grill and manage the day-to-day operation

Christopher Arscott

CEO / Consultant
Developing and implementing growth strategies for large and small companies. Board level executive with a successful track record of designing and implementing transformational initiatives in a broad range of companies, industries, and geographies. Involved with over 40 companies including acquisitions, divestments, and consulting engagements. Placed over USD 1 billion of capital and achieved a career IRR of 27% with a money multiple of 3.3x on realized exits. Specialties: Strategic leadership, private equity investment, portfolio management, operational management, mergers and acquisitions, business restructuring, emerging markets growth strategies

Ines Hunziker

Hospitality Consultant
An Analyst at Horwath HTL Health and Wellness, Ines predominantly conducts market research analysis and feasibility studies for international wellness-centric hospitality projects. She is also involved in development and management work with GOCO Hospitality, a sister company of Horwath HTL Health and Wellness.

Kobchart Jaraswimol

President of Thai Youth Anti-Corruption Network, Administrator of ASEAN Youth Organization (Facebook Page), Analyst at ExxonMobil and Consultant at Ernst and Young (EY)
I am a full time analyst at ExxonMobil. Apart from my full time position, I am running the ASEAN Youth Organization and Thai Youth Anti-Corruption Network which engage with connecting young people through social platforms and engaging them with activities which create impact to society.

Prin Laomanutsak

LL.B. Candidate
Prin was the President of Asian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) (International Board), academic and social platform based in Asia with more than 10,000 students. He is also a law student at Thammasat University (Faculty of Law, International LL.B. Program in Business Law). As a law student, he is an active academically and has a great interest in arbitration and banking/finance law. On various occasions, he represented Thailand in international moot court competitions: Jessup and Asia Cup. He is extremely well-traveled for a law student as he visits one country after another to advance ALSA’s mandate—being a premiere social and academic platform for law students in Asia. He had previously interned at the Bangkok Office of DLA Piper and Hunton Andrews Kurth. He had also served as an arbitral secretary in a Singapore-seated arbitration. Currently, he does volunteer work at Childline Foundation Thailand on a pro bono basis assisting expats in need of legal assistance.

Organizing team


Bangkok, Thailand


Bangkok, Thailand