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KTC and VISA International celebrated KTC team with the 6th winning position
from 144 teams, 44 countries in the “VISA Global Challenge” contest.
Mr. Rathian Srimongkol, President & Chief Executive Officer, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, and, Mr. Somboon Krobtheeranont, Manager for Myanmar and Thailand, VISA International, congratulated the KTC team which has won the 6th global place and the 1st national place in the “VISA Global Challenge” contest by VISA International for the year 2013 from August to December 2013. The credit card and debit card business online-contest was participated by 144 teams from 44 countries of the world.
The celebration party was held recently at Patio @ Twenty Six Restaurant, Sukhumvit Road.
Note to editors:
The “VISA Global Challenge” business competition is internationally recognized by global organizations from 44 countries including the United States of America, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Russia, India, Japan and China. All 144 teams of contestants were distributed over leagues of 12 each. The contest was a simulation of a credit card and debit card market of a certain country. Each team needed to analyze the market, assess the situation, evaluate the competitors and make decisions based on marketing, risk and operational concerns in order to achieve the most relevant and profitable results. The teams were given the opportunity to make five decisions over the simulated period of five years. The winning team had to earn the highest profit for the company throughout these five years through the given credit card and debit card products. KTC had entered one team with Mr. Tani Isarindr, Mr. Chaiyapol Glitayawanit, Mrs. Apiwan Bakban and Mr. Suwat Tepprecharsakul as contestants. The KTC team won the 6th place globally and the 1st place nationally in that contest.
For more information:
Public and Corporate Affairs Department
Krungthai Card Public Company Limited
Telephone: 0-2828-5047-9, 5401-4, 5085, 5732, 5057
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