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#MYMYKU #MYLIFE | MEET JAY SPENCER – CREATIVE SPACE DEVELOPER

#MYMYKU #MYLIFE | MEET JAY SPENCER – CREATIVE SPACE DEVELOPER

Thai-British entrepreneur Jay Spencer is passionate about all things creative. From launching the now-renowned Thailand Creative Design Center (TCDC) to his latest project, Woof Pack in Bangkok, he is a visionary in creating community spaces, bringing together creative minds from diverse fields in this bustling city. We met up with Jay in Bangkok to learn about his big plans for Woof Pack and what the ambitious entrepreneur is up to next.

"My name is Jay, I work in property.

My latest project is called The Woof Pack. We came up with a creative community concept; a concept where we would split the building in half. Half of the building would be creative companies and then the other half would be a mixture of lifestyle brands and also F&B products. It was all part of the plan to make this space vibrant, active, unique.

The biggest obstacle for me was to convince people that an idea like this would work a truly creative building. It's really about trusting on your instinct, really.

What I like about MYKU was the novelty of choosing something. I mean what MYKU have done, they've chosen to use a very interesting material. I'm a fan I have purchased several for me and my wife. We wear them on a daily basis. 

I think it's unique which is something that I think hopefully what we do in our everyday life is unique as well."

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