Pattaya Exhibition and Convention Hall (PEACH) was once again the chosen venue for the seventh Money Expo Pattaya, the Eastern Seaboard’s largest financial exhibition of the year.
Under the theme “Financial Innovation 4.0”, the three-day event was able to generate 16 billion baht worth of transactions. PEACH’s large exhibition halls were filled with booths from prominent financial institutions pitching new monetary offerings and financial services and showcasing special investment opportunities to private and corporate clients alike. Exclusive mini concerts from popular Thai artists including Nat Sakdatorn and Keng Tachaya also delighted visitors and were the highlights of the event.
“We are delighted to welcome Money Expo Pattaya 2017 back to PEACH for the seventh consecutive year,” said Vitanart Vathanakul, executive director of Royal Cliff Hotels Group. “Through the years, we have constantly done progressive facility improvements which made us a decisive player in the MICE industry. Our extensive experience along with PEACH’s unique location enable us to be a dynamic venue and ideal destination for relevant events as well as group business tourism.”
The seventh Money Expo Pattaya was officially opened by high-profile personalities namely (from L-R) Pakanee Viriyarangsarit, vice president to the event organizer; Panga Vathanakul, nanaging director of Royal Cliff Hotels Group and Pattaya Exhibition and Convention Hall (PEACH); Pawat Lerdmukda, vice governor of Chonburi; Wisudhi Srisuphan, deputy minister of Finance; Santi Viriyarangsarit, president of Money Expo 2017; Kesara Manchusree, president of the Stock Exchange of Thailand; Sara Lamsam, president and CEO of Muang Thai Life Assurance, and Thanit Viriyarangsarit, vice president to the event organizer.