Swiss-Thai Chamber of Commerce Hosts Networking Evening with Hannes Schmid on Human Capital Investment
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On March 30, 2023, the Swiss-Thai Chamber of Commerce (STCC) in cooperation with the Embassy of Switzerland organized a successful networking event at the Swiss Residence, featuring renowned artist and social entrepreneur Hannes Schmid. The event aimed to spark conversation around the theme "Investing in Human Capital – The Rapture of Doing Right."
Over 40 attendees gathered to listen to Schmid's insightful lecture, which was accompanied by a captivating audiovisual presentation. Schmid, who gained international recognition for his photography work with the iconic Marlboro Man, has since shifted his focus to humanitarian and development work in Cambodia.
The highlight of the evening was Schmid's introduction to Smiling Gecko, his non-governmental organization (NGO) located north of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Established in 2012, Smiling Gecko is dedicated to providing education, vocational training, and regular income opportunities to local communities. Schmid's NGO emphasizes the importance of investing in human capital as a catalyst for sustainable development and social change.
Throughout the evening, attendees had the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations and network with like-minded individuals, all while learning about the transformative power of investing in human capital.
Mr. Conradin Rasi, Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Switzerland, expressed his gratitude to Mr. Schmid for his enlightening presentation. "We are honored to have hosted such an inspiring and thought-provoking evening. It's crucial to recognize the power of investing in human capital and the positive impact it can have on communities around the world," said Rasi.
The Swiss-Thai Chamber of Commerce is committed to promoting events and initiatives that foster positive change, sustainable development, and mutually beneficial relationships between Switzerland and Thailand.