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Board of committee appointed Mr. Korn Narongdej as CEO of Raimon Land, leading the company to be the top-of-mind brand of Luxury real estate market locally and internationally.

Raimon Land Public Company Limited (RML), the leader in Thai luxury real estate segment reorganized the organization structure by appointing Mr. Korn Narongdej as the new CEO (Chief Executive Officer) and also take roles as Chairman of the Executive Committee, Chairman of the Enterprise Risk Management Committee, Member of Nomination and Remuneration Committee, while Mr. Sataporn Amornvorapak still takes role as CFO (Chief Finance Officer)

Starting Strong

2020 was a year to forget, yet a lot to learn from. With the arrival of the novel COVID-19, we have faced so many challenges in every aspect of life. It risked our health and wellbeing. It has shaken the economy and life security. It has changed the way we live and challenged our future. It also taught us many lessons; one is the absolute truth that life is all about uncertainty.

It was undoubtedly a disastrous year, and who knows, it might just be the beginning of a tougher decade. To prepare for any unforeseen challenges, we have some advice to share with you on how to live in the post-COVID-19 world.

  • Health First
    PM 2.5 comes and goes, but COVID-19 is still with us. It’s obvious that health risks are surrounding us at every moment. To cope with the new challenges, having a healthy body and a clear mind will give you the strength to handle whatever problem comes along. So, look after yourself; adopt a healthy lifestyle, eat well, do more exercise, learn how to rest, destress and let go, and maybe upgrade your healthcare insurance. There’s no better time to take great care of yourself.
  • Open for New Opportunities
    In this ever-changing world, having one source of income might not be enough. The pandemic has hit the economy hard. Some industries have been frozen, many companies have closed down or down-sized their teams. It’s clear that even a full-time job might not guarantee your life security. Having multiple skills or a side business might be good solutions to survive during these tough times. You could start by observing yourself to see if there’s anything else you like doing, or anything that you’re naturally into; it might be your hobby, or something that people have told you that you’re good at. These hidden talents might lead you to new opportunities. If you really don’t have any other skills, you can build one by starting to learn new things. The more skills you have, the more opportunities will open up to you.
  • Smart Saving
    With the arrival of COVID-19, household finances in many families have changed drastically. Previously, we might have thought that having an emergency fund covering 3-6 months of daily expenses while living unemployed might be enough, but now we’ve found that it’s not. As long as the vaccines are still limited and the lockdown is extended, the recession might last longer than we expected. So, we need to rethink our saving and financial plans. Instead of having 6 months of an emergency funds, we might need to save up enough cash to cover up to 12-24 months, including the post-COVID recovery period. Hold onto your cash tight, spend it wisely, save up and learn more about alternative investments such as cryptocurrencies, and we should be alright!
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construction update

Construction progress as of January 2021: Overall 27.35%

Structural Work: 65% Overall Completion.

Architectural Work: 16% Overall Completion.

MEP Work: 10% Overall Completion.

External Work: 2.91% Overall Completion.


Construction progress as of January 2021: Overall 13.67%

One City Centre Bangkok

Construction progress as of January 2021: Overall 35.30%

Structural Work: 50.71% Overall Completion.

Architectural Work: 3.50% Overall Completion.

M&E: 7.73% Overall Completion.

EE&Com: 11.45% Overall Completion.

Facade Work: 13.66% Overall Completion.

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