Our goal is to help Thai enterprises upgrade their management and organizational capacity to nurture innovative thinking so as to shape a better future for Thailand.
The capabilities and the type of solutions that we provide in Consulus Thailand.
- Business Transformation Solutions – PurposeCORE 75%
- New Experience Concepts – ExperienceCORE 25%
In 2015, Consulus entered into partnership with Jarken, one of Thailand’s leading Architectural and Interior Design firm to deliver Consulus business design and organisational transformation solutions for companies in Thailand seeking global expansion. The Consulus Jarken team is led leading Architect Kuldej Sinthawanarong staffed by competent Thai design consultants and supported by Consulites from regional offices of Consulus specialising in business strategy, finance, human resource, business model and service design transformation.
Country Partner at Consulus Jarken
Address: 11/24 Soi Soonvijai-Premrutai, New Phetburi Rd., Bangkapi, Hueykwang, Bangkok 10310
This year’s Shape the World Conference 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand is themed “How to redesign your business for sustainable growth”. It is aimed to help business leaders in the country think about how they can shape the region’s future by building companies that are drivers of innovation through business design.
Lawrence Chong, CEO and co-founder of Consulus, told NewsBase that excessive government intervention was not good for the oil and gas sector but added that, given the global industry’s current crisis and the uncertain near-term future of the government, there seemed to be little other choice.
Despite being sporadically hit by political turmoil over the past decade, Mr Kuldej Sinthawanarong, Managing Partner at Consulus Jarken in Thailand, explains why Thailand still has the ability to host a thriving business landscape. In this interview with the Columnist, he also talks about the bright possibilities that await the country in 2016.
Consulus would like to clarify that it is in a working partnership with Jarken and there is no corporate merger taking place.
In comments to NewsBase, Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus shared that it is natural that Thailand should be cautious, bearing in mind that Iran [oil exports are] coming on line, too, and global sentiment remains weak for the sector.
The green movement is slowly picking up pace in South East Asia. Inspired by observing decades of frivolous use of resources, one Thai company has decided to do its own part for the environment through its business model and practices.
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed between Consulus and Jarken, a Thai consulting company on the 7th of May 2015.