Recent Launch Highlighting Continued Expansion in Asia
(Bangkok) Behaviorally, the digital-first leader in marketing consultancy, is pleased to announce today their expansion into Thailand, servicing their clients from a new Bangkok office hub, with Vorasiri “Pat” Supanichvorapart joining as Vice President. This is the latest in Behaviorally’s investment in their Asia and global growth plan with new offices in Switzerland, Australia, New York City, France, Germany, and Philippines.
Behaviorally applies a digital-first approach to insights, a unique behavioral framework, state-of-the-art AI technology, and decades of category expertise to define and diagnose the factors that influence human behavior to help brands achieve the most valuable moment in marketing: when a purchase transaction occurs.
Prior to joining Behaviorally, Supanichvorapart was the Strategic team in the CEO office at Carabao Group. With over 15 years of experience, she also held leadership roles working closely on client development at Inspirio, ABN Impact, Symphony Retail AI (formerly Symphony EYC), and Dunnhumby.
Behaviorally’s Group President, Crispin Beale, said of Supanichvorapart’s joining, “We are very pleased to welcome Vorasiri “Pat” to our Asia team. She is an accomplished top performer and intensely focused on partnering with our customers to ensure their success. She’s creative, collaborative, and an enthusiastic team player who will be a great addition to our team further helping us implement our strategic vision in this region as we grow to help our customers.”
About Behaviorally: We are Behaviorally, The Transaction Experts. With decades of global experience and category expertise in consumer marketing insights, we apply our unique behavioral framework, cutting-edge AI technology, and a digital-first approach to help brands achieve the most valuable moment in marketing: when a purchase transaction occurs.
More information about Behaviorally can be found at: http://www.behaviorally.com
For Media Inquiries: Janice Lai, VP of Marketing