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MAKING MONEY IS HAPPINESS...
MAKING OTHER PEOPLE HAPPY IS
SUPER HAPPINESS!
THAILAND SOCIAL
BUSINESS INITIATIVE

Bringing Thailand to the forefront of Social Business

SOCIAL BUSINESS DAY 2019

The World's largest annual gathering of the
Social Business community - in Bangkok!

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WELCOME TO YUNUS THAILAND

WHAT IS SOCIAL BUSINESS?

Discover the concept of Social Business and how it can be applied in today’s economic climate.

WHAT WE DO

From co-creating Social Businesses with corporations to promoting a culture of Sufficiency in Thailand.

GET INVOLVED

Find out the ways in which you and your organisation can both benefit and give back through Social Business.

SOCIAL BUSINESS DAY 2019

Organised and hosted in Bangkok by Yunus Thailand 

WHO WE ARE

HISTORY

Learn about our history, including notable events and important milestones.

MEET THE TEAM

Get to know about members of our passionate and diverse team of Social Business experts.

PROFESSOR YUNUS

Discover the story of Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, and the origins of Social Business.

OBJECTIVELY SPEAKING

OUR MISSION

“To be the coordinating mechanism and driving engine of Social Business in Thailand, empowering Social Business action within a Thai context”.

OUR VISION

“A sustainable and developed Thailand with a society and economy that works for all, in the vision of Professor Yunus’s 3 Zeros and His Majesty the Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Sufficiency Economy Philosophy.”

OUR PARTNERS

A WORLD OF THREE ZEROS...

Our ultimate goal at Yunus Thailand is to use Social Business
to create a world of Three Zeros, as outlined by Professor Yunus:
  • Zero Poverty
  • Zero Unemployment
  • Zero Net Carbon Emissions

"I am proposing to make a new kind of business.  Business based on the selflessness that is in all of us.  I am calling this, social business"

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THAILAND

Partnering with universities and insititutions to find sustainable solutions to social problems whilst bridging the gap between the corporate world and social objectives.