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SCG event with Dean Jain

Leading Thai company SCG a Kellogg partner

In December, Kellogg School Dean Dipak C. Jain and colleagues traveled to Bangkok, Thailand. In addition to Dean Jain teaching at the Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration, with which Kellogg has a longstanding partnership, he met with senior business leaders. Among these were executives from Siam Cement Group (SCG), one of Thailand's largest conglomerates. SCG has six business units composed of more than 100 companies. Founded in 1913 as the country's first cement manufacturer, SCG today has expanded to create business lines in petrochemicals, paper, building materials, investments and distribution. Kellogg has been cultivating an ongoing relationship with the company. Pictured, from left, are: Sasinan Kulsuptrakul, SCG analyst; Sukalayanee Trakulhoon; Dean Jain; Kan Trakulhoon, SCG president and CEO; Matt Golosinski, Kellogg School editorial director; Mary Golosinski, Kellogg web content editor; Vipaporn Virachanang, SCG analyst; and Manoon Sunkunakorn, SCG corporate director of human resources. Taking the photograph was Sathist Sathirakul, SCG head of talent management.

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