“Taniix” An MIM Student Team Won in Asia Venture Challenge 2016
Once again, the moment that all MIMers are very much looking forward to – the announcement of winner from the Asia Venture Challenge 2016 on March 9th! After an intensive 3-day competing with top business school teams from nine countries – MIM once again made its name to the top. Their business plan “Taniix” was announced the “Winner” in this AVC 2016 competition with the cash prize of USD 10,000. Taniix also received two more awards: the Social Impact Awards by John E. Butler, and the Best Written Plan award.
They bring pride and joy to Thammasat Community once again! Based on the need to have substantial food to feed the population of 9.6 billion people in the next few decades, the increasing of food productivity at all levels are being searched for. Taniix comes in as a good solution with its patented plant growth regulators that can increase 90% ROI for farmers by optimizing three times crop yields and improving the quality of crops up to 30%.
We congratulate the team members: Wutichai Namjaiprasert (Team Leader), Sunatta Pongcharoen, Supajet Trakarnsiriwanich, Maturada Tangthikul, Phoomkit Fangmongkol and Kanoknapa Pongboripat on their success.
Special thanks go to the team advisor Pete Nuchanatanon (Head of Marketing – Google Thailand and an alumnus from MIM-21) as well as the alumni team Pongsiri Hetrakul and Chonchayong Trairatkeyoon for their coaching and guiding throughout many months of sleepless nights. We also want to thank Dan McKay and Bill Randall for their support and advice given to the team. Their hard-working efforts really pay off.