If you want to start a business in Thailand and tap into the local market, the .co.th domain name is a very useful and almost mandatory resource that foreign companies often use to represent their business in Thailand.
Your company’s localized website and domain in Thailand will provide valuable information about your products and services and increase your exposure through an online presence. It will also score high in local Thai search engine results.
Your business will show dedication to local customers with a .co.th domain name and a focus on the local Thai market. Moreover, it is easily accessible from all over the world.
|➤ Company or association certificate of incorporation and affidavit issued by the DBD (must not be more than six months old)
|➤ VAT certificate (PP 20) or VAT registration documents (PP 01) in the event of not receiving the Certificate
|➤ Monthly VAT filings (PP 30) for the last three months and amendments to VAT registration (PP 09), if any
|➤ A signed attorney's office (signed from abroad, should be notarized)
|➤ A certificate evidencing the foreign business license (TTK 0506) for an international company registered in Thailand
|➤ Copy of the authorized director(s) in passport
The power of attorney must be on the official letterhead of the applicant corporation. The name of the person signing the proxy must appear as a fully approved signatory on the certificate of incorporation. If there is no name on the certificate, the company president, CEO, CFO, vice president, director or manager must be the signatory. Please ensure that the title of the company is indicated on the Power of Attorney.
The basic rule is that domain names can only be held by companies or legal entities with a local presence in Thailand under the .co.th extension. The domain name can be derived from the client’s name or exactly match a Thai brand (abbreviations and expansions are not allowed). Only one domain is allowed per company or brand.
Domain names must not be profane, unethical or offensive. Due diligence is performed for each new application.
Other categories of prohibited domain names include:
|➤ Words associated with the Majesty, the Royal Family or any place related to the King, the Royal Family or the Royalties
|➤ Words that could damage the reputation of any person or organization – words that denote a country, state, province, city or public space
|➤ The language that is contrary to Thai morality
|➤ Language of prohibited domain names
The transfer is only possible for domain names of the same owner contact. If you need help with the transfer of your domain name portfolio, please contact our sales department.