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Index Creative Village-Myanmar Moves Forward in Creating a One Stop Shop

Index Creative Village-Myanmar, the creative provider in full-on professional marketing services launches ‘Full Service Activation Model from offline to online’ campaign targeting full scale Myanmar market penetration in the events, research, communications, trade fairs and digital marketing industry. Aims to create a new and vibrant experience for modern Myanmar lifestyle meeting customer and consumer demand for both domestic and international markets.

Founder and group CEO of Index Creative Village Plc, a leading integrated marketing firm in the ASEAN region, Kreingkrai Kanjanapokin stated, “For more than 28 years, Index Creative Village has been using creative solutions in growing from an event organizer to becoming the leader in creative thinking and a one stop provider in marketing services.

Today, our business covers a wide range of industries with a widespread presence in both Thailand and abroad due to our previous achievements such as presenting Thailand to the international stage with the Thailand Pavilion (Sala Thai) building at the World Expo in Shanghai, China, the International Exposition 2012 in Yeosu, Korea and the Astana Expo 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan making it one of the most popular pavilions in the expo. He also stated that, “Our company currently operates under the slogan ‘Never Stop Creating’ and is divided into three main business groups: Marketing Services Group, Creative Business Development and OwnProject. Kreingkrai also added, “Our intention is to further develop and strengthen the creative industry, this is not just limited to Thailand anymore but abroad as well.

“The organization is moving towards the goal at a fast pace. The addition of this new business will not only create stability but clarity in service that meets the needs of the customers. We are confident that we can deliver the best service and create the industry standard that will lead to future opportunities between both nations.” Kreingkrai concluded.