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    Selling points

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 15/10/2017

    » In making any type of business investment, the most important thing to consider is your customer base. This can be tricky as you have to guess what your target group wants. You might have to ask yourself these questions: What can people not live without? Where do people pass by in their daily lives? How can we accommodate those who prefer payment in cash?


    Forking out for a feed

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 15/02/2015

    » When you are considering buying clothes, electronic products such as mobile phones or computers, or other consumer goods to replace those that you already have, you can hold off if the price is too high. But the story is different when it comes to food, which is a necessity. You can’t just stop buying it because it costs too much.


    Fruits to sway a sweet tooth

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 21/07/2013

    » People tend to think that new things are better than old ones, and in the case of mobile phones, computers, cars, shoes and the like, they are probably right. But it's a different story with recipes. We can be sure that dishes that have been popular for generations and that leave nothing to be desired will be with us as long as Thai food is prepared. Old-fashioned dishes are like a river that flows slowly and quietly, not turbulently and noisily as a newly-formed wave. People who appreciate them are mostly from older generations.


    The markets are booming

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 25/11/2012

    » There is no limit to the ways in which people can invest their money and through every historical period Thais have been ready to take a risk for the chance of a big profit. Some investments are made based on economic theory, others randomly and without any plan. There are as many failures as successful investments.

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    Locked up women find fresh outlook thanks to royal programme

    Spectrum, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 24/06/2012

    » Of Thailand's 25,000 female prisoners, 85% are there due to drug-related offences. Compared to other world prison populations, this percentage is inordinately high, as is that of the rising number of female inmates in relation to male inmates _ some 17% of Thailand's prison population is female. Many are arrested after becoming involved in the drug trade, used as tools by dealers. As young as 18, they are drawn into the wrong kind of company, their gullibility exploited. They tend to be girls with little education from poor families who are desperate for money.

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