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Services for U.S. Companies

Interested in doing business in Thailand, Laos or Cambodia?

From a simple web posting, to customized research, to in-person meetings, the U.S. Commercial Service can help you find partners for doing business in Thailand, Laos, or Cambodia. Take advantage of the name recognition of the U.S. Embassy to open doors and take your first steps toward success in one of the world's most intriguing markets.

Single Company Promotion (SCP)

The Single Company Promotion (SCP) is designed to introduce new-to-market U.S. companies to the Thai, Lao, or Cambodian market and to raise the profile of U.S. products and services in locally. CS Thailand will work with U.S. companies and/or their authorized Thai, Lao, or Cambodian representatives to develop professional, effective promotional events or other strategic activities, such as technical seminars and product/service launch events, designed to connect the U.S. company with targeted Thai, Lao, or Cambodian buyers.

Fees and delivery times are determined by a Scope of Work designed to meet the U.S. company's specific objectives, and may vary depending on local conditions and the availability of physical facilities and staff resources. For more information on the Single Company Promotion (SCP) service, please send an email to: office.bangkok@trade.gov.

Featured U.S. Exporters (FUSE)

Featured U.S. Exporters (FUSE) is a directory of U.S. products and services that appears on our local language website, targeting our audiences of local importers, distributors, wholesales, and agents. Each FUSE posting also appears in one issue of our biweekly email newsletter, sent to over 2000 local subscribers. You can reach out to them by becoming a featured U.S. Exporter on the site. Click here for details.

Gold Key Service (GKS)

If you plan to visit Thailand, Laos, or Cambodia, we can arrange business appointments for you with potential partners. Our industry specialists put you face-to-face with pre-screened companies that have expressed interest in working with you, enabling you to make the most efficient use of your time in the country. The Gold Key Service is offered in all major cities. Click here for more details.

Contact List

Identify potential Thai, Laos, or Cambodia partners and market your firm directly to local companies.

Ensuring Fair Trade

If you believe your company is facing unfair or unnecessary access barriers to the Thai, Lao, or Cambodian market, consult with our Market Access and Compliance unit.  Our team of local experts in Thailand and the United States works to broaden access to the local markets for American firms and workers and to ensure full compliance with bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. In line with the Department of Commerce's Standards Initiative, one focus of our efforts is assisting U.S. firms with technical barriers to trade, such as standards-related testing/certification issues that may be impacting their ability to do business in the local market. For more information, please send an e-mail to office.bangkok@trade.gov.

Industry Alerts on Changes in Thailand’s, Laos’, or Cambodia’s Standards and Regulatory Environment

This weekly industry alert is prepared by the Commercial Service Thailand Market Access and Compliance unit and is intended to keep U.S. companies abreast of potentially significant new regulatory actions that could have an impact on market access opportunities locally.  For more information, please send an e-mail to office.bangkok@trade.gov.

Customized Market Research (CMR)

If you need more customized research to address questions and issues related to your specific product or service in the Thai, Lao, or Cambodian marketplace, try our Customized Market Research. Available on a quick turn-around basis, research can address such issues as overall marketability of your product or service, price of comparable products or services, distribution channels, entry barriers, and more important elements of doing business in Thailand, Laos, or Cambodia. Fees vary according to the scope of work. Click here for more information.

International Company Profile (ICP)

The International Company Profile (ICP) helps U.S. companies evaluate potential business partners with confidence by providing detailed research reports on local firms. The ICP is a summary of information obtained by the Commercial Service in Bangkok on a subject firm, including the most recent financial information on the company derived from publicly available sources, a review of local, regional, and national media, telephone interviews with references (buyers, suppliers, and others), and a visit to the company by a Commercial Service representative. This ICP is not intended to be a substitute for a comprehensive due diligence review to meet obligations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977. The fee for the ICP is shown below and the turn-around time is negotiable. For more information, please send an e-mail to office.bangkok@trade.gov.

U.S. Pavilions at Local Trade Events

We organize a wide range of trade events each year, including U.S. pavilions at major trade shows, technical seminars, etc. These events are designed to feature U.S. products and services in the best possible environment. We normally integrate our events with market briefings and off-site visits to increase the value of your visit to Thailand, Laos, or Cambodia. A complete listing of all trade exhibitions, forthcoming CS Thailand events, along with linked information on how to participate, is provided in our Event Calendar.

Business Conference Room

U.S. companies that need to hold seminars, press conferences, or meetings to promote their company and products or services often need a cost effective way to rent facility space. The U.S. Commercial Service in Bangkok has a conference room that U.S. firms and their local offices can rent. The conference can accommodate approximately 15 people. Rates are available for half day or full day, and include WiFi access and choice of coffee or tea. Audio and visual equipment is also available for an additional charge. Contact U.S. Commercial Service for full details, rates, and availability.



The U.S. Commercial Service promotes American exports and protects U.S. commercial interests abroad.  Our export promotion programs should not be construed as an endorsement of any specific company or product.  We are pleased to support the marketing efforts of U.S. companies in the U.S., and all firms selling American goods and services in Thailand, Laos, or Cambodia.

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