A Bloomberg TV interview two days ago was cut up into several parts, including New York City Is Growing Like Crazy: Ratner , in which the mogul touts the new high-tech firms that want to be in New York City and Brooklyn. It’s one of the reasons why most foreigners register a business under a Thai person they trust and micro-mange covertly. Thanks to a bit of cultural imperialism from the West, eating on the go is becoming quite frequent for middle income office workers in Bangkok. But the reason that lit a light bulb in my head is that Thais living in city apartments and condominiums do not have a full kitchen. As a native New Yorker I noticed a lot of remarkable similarities between the Big Apple and the Big Mango which is what Bangkok is called in relations to New York City. Then I have to head back to NYC to check on my family after that big hurricane mess.
But if you are interested in opening up these businesses just contact me and I’ll offer my advice. Online business for foreigners would be most suitable when you can be able to earn dollars not Thai Baht. I would recommend getting yourself a good Thai accounting company to look after your tax returns and other documentation as this is by far the hardest part of doing business here (IMO).
And once you have started a Mexican restaurant you should contact the Mexican Embassy in Bangkok, let them know of your Mexican roots. And if your cakes become popular all of a sudden and a demand is clear then you should certainly register your business. Do a google search and when you find one I suggest going to their office to personally speak with someone. However a few years later the brand was relaunched and I believe there are now 50 stores across the kingdom, 70% of franchisees own more than one shop (according to head office). If you think that what I offer you is a good thing for you and you feel like it.Please contact me on phone number.
It was tough work for him because it was hot and he had to transport the cart to and from my apartment parking space which I rented for 500THB a month. But believe me, it was a lot of work especially when the guy had to hand pull the cart from my apartment parking space to the location and back. There are less jobs for the underclass than the middleclass muchless the lowclass.
We will need a small factory around 1500sqf with constant supply of electricity and clean water, no need to be in a central area but not too remote from the city as we want to deliver our foods fresh daily to our clients, like what we do in Malaysia. A lot of menial jobs or task that require a bit of sweat are usually taken by Laos and Burma folks today. I believe there is a big market there but for what I have been investigating (internet only), there is not many cultural events happenning in Bangkok, specially live rock shows from western bands, which is strange, for a city with almost 10.000.000 people, and also several thousands of tourists.