Thailand will host Renewable Energy Asia, a 4-day exhibit on June 2-5,2010. Michiel Kruse, managing director of UBM Asia(Thailand), expected this year's RE Asia to open new opportunities for economic recovery. There will be exhibits of thousands of technological innovations from Germany, Japan, and Singapore and more waiting for potential investors from all over. The more investments means more jobs opportunities in their respective companies.
The potential investors will be offered a "free, fourth night stay, paying only for three nights at participating hotels and will have 70% discounts coupons at leading department stores, special prices at cultural and art centers, free international SIM cards and sky train passes plus other benefits if they spend some time in the exhibits, says Supawan Teerarat, Exhibition director of Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau.
What I appreciate about this exhibits is that they are now earth-friendly or since these innovations are not harmful for the environment. There are also special rewards for a promoter. If you invite visitor for the exhibit, you earn $100 for every visitor. There's nothing more rewarding than to see Thailand and open new doors of opportunities.