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NEWS UPDATES Asean Affairs   9 August 2013  

IMPACT to manage its first city venue
at Grand Postal Building, Bangrak

Once again IMPACT has shown its leadership position in convention, exhibition and event management by being chosen by Thailand Post to manage the recently restored Grand Postal Building, an iconic historical landmark on Charoen Krung Road in Bangrak district.

Opened officially on 4th August by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, Grand Postal Building is now not only a centre for post and telecommunication services but also serves as the perfect and  unique venue for memorable events.

Mr. Paul Kanjanapas, Managing Director of IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd., said  “We are proud that IMPACT has been honored and is trusted to manage “Grand Postal Building”.

The  historic building will serve as a unique venue for hosting conferences, meetings, seminars, exhibitions, events,  parties and even weddings, car launches and charity events all managed by our expert team.

“Our investment will be more than Baht 100 million over the next few years.  We are confident, with our expertise that the venue will grow in popularity and stature.”

“Corporates, the government and private individuals in or nearby the city centre who are looking for a ‘different’ experience in a convenient location for a venue option, will be targeted.

We expect to earn over Baht 100 million from managing Grand Postal Building during the first year of operation,”          Mr. Paul added.

Grand Postal Building provides over 3,000 square meters of total floor space for meetings, exhibitions and events over two levels. The Postal Heritage Hall on the Ground floor comprises 1,054 sqm. with an area that can seat a maximum of 576 classroom-style seating and 440  banquet style. 

Additionally, IMPACT is completing its Manorah Thai Restaurant on the ground floor of the building, with seating for 80 that offers authentic Thai cuisine delicately and skillfully prepared by professional Thai chef.

The restaurant also caters for private events. In addition to that, IMPACT also offer food and beverage service at the venue.

The additional area is on the third floor and offers three mid-size meeting rooms namely The Postcard, The Postal Theatre and The Letter. The Postcard is able to accommodate a maximum of 207 seats theatre style within its 245 sqm.

The Postal Theatre, smaller at 144 sqm, can accommodate a maximum of 120 seats and The Letter, 88 seats within an area of 99 sqm.

In addition, at the front of the building there is an outdoor area of 1,000 sqm. that is available and can be used for many types of activities including festivals, exhibitions, and more, all with the magnificent backdrop of the historic building.

The new venue is also equipped with the latest WIFI technology and has ample parking spaces.   
In its more than 15 years of history, this is the first time that IMPACT has managed a complex in the heart of the city.

Editor note :-
About Grand Postal Building:
IMPACT is now offering convention and exhibition management services at Grand Postal Building, Bangrak, an 80-year-old beautiful building. After being renovated and redecorated in modern architectural style, Grand Postal Building has become a charming historical landmark on Charoen Krung Road. Situated in the heart of the city with over 3,000 square meters of total floor space, it is also a perfect venue for every type of event. IMPACT manages the ground floor and the third floor of the building.     

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