ASEAN Social Enterprise Structuring Guide
Although the concept of Social Enterprise has been present in Thailand for years, to be qualifying as a social enterprise is still quite challenging. Lack of understanding in legal environment in the business community is a major cause for failure stories of young entrepreneurs.
Therefore, to better understand the context of legal requirement and terms are essential to establish a successful business.
This “ASEAN Social Enterprise Structuring Guide” shares a comprehensive understanding for young social innovators to set up a business in eight ASEAN country, including Thailand. The guide provides options available, the pros and cons of different legal forms, the documentation that is required and the licenses and permits needed to carry out certain business activities, as well as guidance on the taxes. Case studies are also included to illustrate how social enterprises have responded to specific challenges.
Check out this free guide here: ASEAN Social Enterprise Structuring Guide
The guide is made with the collaboration between United Nations ESCAP, #BritishCouncil, Thomson Reuters Foundation, and Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd.