How to Networking in Thailand

Knowing where to go is one thing, but actually meeting people and making connections is another thing altogether. As we all know, social interaction can be a minefield at times.

Who do you approach? What if you say the wrong thing? What do you have to offer these people, and what do they have to offer you? And how do you get that across without sounding needy, or arrogant, or as if you’re only thinking about your career?

Obviously we can’t promise to turn you into Don Draper or anything, but here’s some advice to help your networking run a little smoother.

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