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“Seed Bombs and Slingshots in the Nang Phan Thu Rat Forest Park ” (Give It to Get It #6)

25 February 2017, AMPHOE CHA-AM, Thailand Yannix “Give It to Get It” volunteers travelled to Nang Phan Thu Rat Forest Park in Phetchaburi province to visit conservation/rehabilitation areas as part of the 'King Rama 9 Projects.' Under the guidance of Forest Protection Officers, Ms. Tassanee Chanvichit and Mr. Rapeepat Sangkudlor, Yannix employees were educated regarding

By |February 25th, 2017|Give It 2 Get It project|0 Comments

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“Growing Coral at Toeyngam Beach” (Give It to Get It #5)

12 November 2016, CHONBURI, Thailand. Yannix is committed to the protection and restoration of our environment. In an effort to nurture the natural coral reef and to foster more places in which marine life can dwell, Yannix employees volunteered to grow man-made reefs at Toeyngam Beach, Royal Thai Navy, Sattahip.

By |November 12th, 2016|Give It 2 Get It project|0 Comments

Yannix’ Xye Lauded for His Talk to AMCHAM’s SME and IT Subcommittee

BANGKOK, Thailand. 17 August 2016 Today, Xye (Yannix Managing Director) gave a presentation at an event organized by the American Chamber of Commerce‘s (AMCHAM) Joint SME/TIC/ICT Subcommittees. The event was well attended by AMCHAM members from a wide variety of disciplines/industries. During his presentation, entitled “From Concept to Major Hollywood Supplier,” Xye outlined a

By |November 2nd, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

“In Loving Memory of H.M. the King” (Give It to Get It #4)

22 October 2016, GRAND PALACE, Bangkok, Thailand. Yannix (Thailand) honored our beloved King. 300,000 people from across Thailand gathered at the main ground near the Grand Palace where the Royal funeral took place. With heavy hearts, Yannix did our best to comfort those in attendance at the main ground near the Grand Palace. Yannix volunteers

By |October 22nd, 2016|Give It 2 Get It project|0 Comments

“Pracharat Weirs” (Give It to Get It #3)

17 September 2016, PANG SIDA NATIONAL PARK, Thailand. As part of a National campaign of environmental conservation, Yannix volunteers visited Pangsida National Park, in Sakaew Province, which is located in northeastern Thailand. Yannix employees built two Pracharat Weirs to help irrigate waterways and to protect soil. The campaign aims to assist Thai farmers and to

By |September 17th, 2016|Give It 2 Get It project|0 Comments

Yannix Presents to AMCHAM’s SME and IT Subcommittee

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“Cleaning Our Own Backyard” (Give It to Get It #2)

23 July 2016, YANNIX (THAILAND) As Yannix embarks on the "Give It to Get It" campaign where Yannix employees volunteer their free time in order to help preserve our environment, we gathered at our offices on a Saturday to clean up the place where we work every day. Those who contributed to the effort were

By |July 23rd, 2016|Give It 2 Get It project|0 Comments

Cha-am Beach (Give It to Get It #1)

25 June 2016, PHETCHABURI, Thailand. In the inaugural event of the "Give It to Get It" campaign, Yannix volunteers visited Cha-am Beach where the mission was to clean up the beach while promoting the maritime environment. A wonderful time was had by all who attended.

By |June 25th, 2016|Give It 2 Get It project|0 Comments

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