Google leads digital skills drive

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The Bangkok Post

Google is joining hands with the public and private sectors to provide 22,000 scholarships under “Samart Skills”, a programme aiming to equip workers with digital skills for which demand is expected to reach 1 million by 2030. The digital economy prompted an urgent need to bridge the digital skills gap and Google took this initiative by launching this programme in other countries within Asia-Pacific, including Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, Indonesia and India. Mike Jittivanich, marketing director for brand and reputation, Southeast Asia at Google, said Thailand’s internet economy will hit US$…

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