The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) is the leading international business association in Thailand.
AMCHAM creates positive impact in the Kingdom of Thailand through capacity building, advocacy and networking for our members.
AMCHAM is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization. We maintain collaborative relationships with the U.S. Embassy Bangkok and affiliated U.S. government institutions. AMCHAM is also a member of the Board of Trade of Thailand (BOT), and liaises regularly with different ministries in the Royal Thai Government. We are active regionally through the AmChams of the Asia Pacific (AAP) and in the U.S. as an accredited member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Our 2,000+ strong membership base regularly convenes to share expertise, network, and contribute to the wider community at large. Read more about our recent advocacy efforts, member news and other activities here.
Join our member community and connect to information, corporate and government leaders and business opportunities. Sign up for one of our company or individual membership packages now.
AMCHAM hosts over 200 events annually, from high-level working groups to social networking nights, from seminars to sports tournaments and more. With something for everyone, we invite you to join us at our next event.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Greg is Managing Director at Agoda, one of the world’s fastest-growing online travel platforms, with over 2,000 employees in Bangkok. An experienced Board Member and former Senior American Diplomat, Greg specializes in building sustainable partnerships between government and industry.
Greg was Commercial Officer at American Embassies in Thailand, China, Malaysia, Vietnam and other global posts. Greg was awarded the Gold Medal – the highest award given by the U.S. Department of Commerce. Greg was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Burundi, and entrepreneur with a successful import and retail business in Honolulu.
Greg studied Thai at Chula, holds an MBA from the University of Hawaii, and an MPA from Harvard.Read More
Kittithida Prakasukarn (Kittie)