Salesforce has expanded its footprint in Thailand, opening a dedicated office at Sukhumvit Road’s T-One building in Thonglor, with the aim of creating a greater impact in the local Thai business community while supporting growth throughout the its ecosystem.
This includes bringing Salesforce’s team and decision-making closer to Thai customers; increased investment in growth and development opportunities for Salesforce’s Thai employees; and creating greater impact on local communities.
With an increased local presence, Salesforce plans to grow its Thai team by hiring over 10 more locally based employees to further support its local customers.
In addition to job creation, Salesforce’s Thai team supports local communities through Volunteer Time Off (VTO). To date, employees have donated over 900 hours of employee time to supporting not-for-profits across the country.
“Salesforce’s expansion to Thailand will strengthen our local commitment to our customers, while also serving the community through our not-for-profit and volunteer work,” said Sujith Abraham, Salesforce’s SVP in ASEAN.
“Being able to work more closely with our customers in Thailand means we are able to support their growth, inspire innovation, and help them connect to their customers in whole new ways,” he said.