The 59-year-old woman entrepreneur who goes mobile and digital to live independently in her senior years.
“The online world opens up new possibilities for the elderly. It gives us smiles and a way to build new streams of income. It’s also a means to access important government services, such as the co-payment scheme, which is critical for those who live alone,” Kunyasa said.Read More
The 27-year-old Lahu woman entrepreneur who uses online marketing to fight off drug problems in Ban Nong Khiao and boost triple income from the digital revenue stream.
“Before, we knew nothing about doing business or entrepreneurship. We were reluctant to get in contact with outsiders and nervous when talking to them as we are not fluent in the standard Thai, but dtac Net for Living have equipped us with necessary skills and courage to start our own businesses.” Kannika Naka, the representative of Ban Nong Khiao youth said.Read More
The first female head of Ban Tha Samrong who broke a cycle of bad dept and grows new income stream from the power of mobile connectivity for her community.
“I completely ignored the online world, but dtac Net for Living stepped in and advised us on how to market our treats through social media. Today, everyone knows about Khao Niao Na Kwai Lui. Most of our customers are hotels. They order the dessert for their coffee break. Sometimes, the demand is so high that we cannot keep up!“. said Ms. Tipwan.Read More
Benjanart Kongchareon, the member of Sonthiwat Housewives entrepreneur
The maker of traditional oyster chili paste who embraced online tools to protect the incomes of women in Surat Thani.
“The pandemic crisis seriously hampered our sales. Fortunately, dtac Net for Living expands possibilities of the online world for us” Benjanart Kongchareon said.
With its focus on digital sales, the Sontiwat Group was thus able to retain its female employees and continue operating despite COVID-19.”Read More
The 51-year-old woman entrepreneur who goes digital to save her hilltribe clothing business and improve the rights of stateless people in Chiang Rai.
“I feel deeply thankful to dtac Net for Living. I have acquired a lot of practical knowledge which I can share with other older members of my social enterprise. It is not difficult to sell online, and even older adults like me can learn to do it. All you need is self-confidence, determination, and an open mind,” Arpha said.Read More
The 42-year-old woman entrepreneur and enthusiastic organic farmer who steeped a learning curve and championed digital marketing amidst the spread of covid-19.
“I feel lucky that I was selected to join the dtac Net for Living program. The team taught me on digital marketing, storytelling, and knowledge on price structures. Thus, the online world has proven itself a source of opportunities for both retailing and wholesaling where I can gain new customers from all over the country.”Read More