Calibrate Model to Promote Sustainable Businesses After Success for Large Conglomerates
The Thai government had succeeded in promoting the stamp "T-Mark" on export products to guarantee top quality of local goods in the global market. The first phase of T-Mark cfocused the effort on helping large conglomerates, and paved a way for a similar campaign for smaller enterprises. Noticing the model for big companies may not necessarily be a match for everyone, the government recruited Jenosize to design a new criteria for companies in the second phase. Moreover, the project would target export goods that follow Thailand's commitment to United Nations's Sustainable Development Goal.
Jenosize re-design the criteria for SMEs in Thailand and enterprises that adhere to green initiatives. While new factors were introduced, our consultants continue to ensure that there is no compromise on quality of products in order to gain the T-Mark stamp. Through this project, Jenosize not only expanded the impact of the T-Mark campaign but also played a pioneering role in helping promote Thai goods designed for sustainable development.
in helping promote Thai goods designed for sustainable development
Through this project, Jenosize becomes a key player in pioneering greater opportunities for Thai goods designed to foster sustainable development.