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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:20 PM   #1
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Do you know these brands are Thai

Thai brands successful and appreciated in the global market(maybe).

As I know.

1. RED BULL(51% stock share hold by Chariew but produce in Australia)
2.Saijo Denki(I believed many people thought it was Japanese brand but its 100% Thai brand )
3.Major Cineplex(I thought it was not Thai(may not in the global markey yet))
4.I-mobile(Mobile phone by SAMART)
5.Jet(petrol station)
6.baby mild
7.The Pizza Company(I use to work there haha)
If you think I gave a wrong information or have more brands please post na...

And I really hope to see Our Thai brands be successful like Japanese or Korean brands
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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:34 PM   #2
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And the following brands have achieved Superbrands status in over 10 countries:

DHL, American Express, Audi, AVIS, Sony, McDonald's, MasterCard, Philips, Pepsi, Nokia, Microsoft, Gillette, Kodak and Heinz
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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:44 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Nongkhai_tong
Thai brands successful and appreciated in the global market(maybe).

As I know.

1. RED BULL(51% stock share hold by Chariew but produce in Australia)
2.Saijo Denki(I believed many people thought it was Japanese brand but its 100% Thai brand )
3.Major Cineplex(I thought it was not Thai(may not in the global markey yet))
4.I-mobile(Mobile phone by SAMART)
5.Jet(petrol station)
6.baby mild
7.The Pizza Company(I use to work there haha)
If you think I gave a wrong information or have more brands please post na...

And I really hope to see Our Thai brands be successful like Japanese or Korean brands
Over in Singapore, most of us only heard of Red Bull. The rest practically are unheard of.
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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:45 PM   #4
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And the following brands have achieved Superbrands status in over 10 countries:

DHL, American Express, Audi, AVIS, Sony, McDonald's, MasterCard, Philips, Pepsi, Nokia, Microsoft, Gillette, Kodak and Heinz
.... are these Thai brands too??
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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:47 PM   #5
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The Asia pacific provinces

- Double A paper.........This brand is successful in Hongkong, Malaysia, Korea

and Australia.


DHL, American Express, Audi, AVIS, Sony, McDonald's, MasterCard, Philips, Pepsi, Nokia, Microsoft, Gillette, Kodak and Heinz

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It is not Thailand's brand but It is shown for the giant multinational

companies in global market.

.........


I use Baby mild for my life. I found that Baby mild is France's brand but

it has a factory in Thailand for export.

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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:50 PM   #6
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I think Jet is owned by Conoco Phillips, US Firm. But being taken over by Carltex...
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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:52 PM   #7
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.... are these Thai brands too??
Hmm...sorry it was my fault those brands are top 10 Internaltional Brands that successful in those countries
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Old July 28th, 2006, 04:53 PM   #8
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One of my favorite Thai brand is the Oishi Group!!! They really should expand overseas...
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Old July 28th, 2006, 05:02 PM   #9
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Thai brands make top 10 lists with consumers

Each year, the Superbrands Council for Thailand, a grouping of nine industry professionals in the branding, marketing and advertising industry gives awards to company’s who have been judged to have branded products that have reached the highest levels in Thailand. Selection is based on a grading process with scores given for the brand's market dominance, longevity of its popularity with consumers, goodwill or consumers' trust in the brand quality, customer loyalty and overall market acceptance. The scoring is based on yearly market research conducted by Synovate, an international research company, that yearly polls one thousand consumers in Thailand on their brand preferences.

Past Thai winners of Superbrand status include local Thai brands such as Malee, Tipco, Baby Mild, Jet, PTT, Dusit Thani and The Oriental Bangkok.

This years recognition also includes an equal mix in the top 10 most recognized brands of both international and local brands. The five local brands are AIS, Bangkok Hospital, Bumrungrad Hospital, Naraya and Pompui. The international brands in the top 10 in Thailand are AIA, Bupa Blue Cross, KFC, McDonald's and Pepsi.

The Superbrands Thailand Organization yesterday also officially announced the coming printing of a new reference book featuring success stories of the strongest Thai brands, both international and local. The book is titled Superbrands, Thailand and the first edition is to be published by the third quarter of next year, with a planned print run of 1,500 to 2,200 copies

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Mmm...and also...Black Canyon Coffee is Thai!
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Old July 28th, 2006, 05:02 PM   #10
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How can I forgot "Thai Rung" one of my dreams its to see Thai Rung produces their own cars instead of only modify from ISUZU cars...
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Old July 28th, 2006, 06:01 PM   #11
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nongkhai_tong
Thai brands successful and appreciated in the global market(maybe).

As I know.

1. RED BULL(51% stock share hold by Chariew but produce in Australia)
2.Saijo Denki(I believed many people thought it was Japanese brand but its 100% Thai brand )
3.Major Cineplex(I thought it was not Thai(may not in the global markey yet))
4.I-mobile(Mobile phone by SAMART)
5.Jet(petrol station)
6.baby mild
7.The Pizza Company(I use to work there haha)
If you think I gave a wrong information or have more brands please post na...

And I really hope to see Our Thai brands be successful like Japanese or Korean brands
redbull's made in australia lor? i thought austria?

another Thai brand is JASPAL started by a Thai-Indian....they get celebs like Selma Blair to model for them!!!!
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Old July 28th, 2006, 06:04 PM   #12
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I only knoe Red Bull which is very famous in Indonesia

btw is redbull same as KRATINGDAENG ??
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Old July 28th, 2006, 06:12 PM   #13
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as for fashion many think JASPAL and CHAPS are foreign.
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Old July 28th, 2006, 06:39 PM   #14
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Past Thai winners of Superbrand status include local Thai brands such as Malee, Tipco, Baby Mild, Jet, PTT, Dusit Thani and The Oriental Bangkok.
Funny, I could swear that JET is an American brand. But anyway, Mama and Yum-Yum are becoming ever more popular here in Germany
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Old July 28th, 2006, 06:58 PM   #15
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Quote:
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I only knoe Red Bull which is very famous in Indonesia

btw is redbull same as KRATINGDAENG ??
betul. itunya bhs thailand.

I worked 3 years in Indonesia and found kratingdaeng (that's what being called) to be very popular among the indonesians.
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Old July 28th, 2006, 06:58 PM   #16
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Red Bull has the major factories in Austria and Australia but Red Bull international

organization has operated by Austria's owned who bought license from

KRATINGDAENG.


The evidence shows that Red bull has a big base at Austria.

Also, Thailand exports Redbull and KRATINGDAENG in Asia and

Eastern Europe markets but Austria exports Red Bull around the world.

Such as, U.S.A and European markets.


In conclusion, Redbull 51% stock share holder is Thai's president.

All money and the benefits come to Thailand.......he he he



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is the person who founded Redbull, currently, the richest man in Thailand?
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oh ic thanks for the info BODYholic !
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One of the richest if not the richest.
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Quote:
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redbull's made in australia lor? i thought austria?

another Thai brand is JASPAL started by a Thai-Indian....they get celebs like Selma Blair to model for them!!!!

Not only Selma Blair but also Misha Bartan, Milla Jovovich, Kate Moss, Gisele Bundchen and ect,
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