Paul Suthapong is a serial technology entrepreneur with more than 16 years of experience in human engagement innovations with expertise in digital retails innovation, digital interactive system, and cutting-edge digital marketing. Currently Paul is a CTO and co-founder of Primo, a startup implementing a platform for mobile-based cross-promotional marketing. Previously, Paul founded SpotOn International Group, a set of companies implementing innovative solutions for on-location audience engagements in retail spaces. Paul graduated MBA Entrepreneurship and Innovation from Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Sloan School of Management. He has previously worked as a lead engineer at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, WA for more than 6 years. Currently Paul is also a core committee member of Thailand Technology Startup Association and Thailand’s biggest angel group: Bangkok Venture Club. Paul is also a startup educator recently curated the national online startup courses for Thailand and is actively teaching startup, entrepreneurship, and innovation subjects at Chulalongkorn Business School and other large corporations.
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