First U.S. non-deal roadshow for recently listed company; hosted in the U.S. by Decker & Co.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, May 25, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Executive management from Thailand’s Do Day Dream (DDD TB) traveled throughout the U.S. this week to discuss the company’s growth plans with 24 different global investment funds. Hosted by institutional equities broker Decker & Co., CFO Piyawat Ratchapolsitte visited six different cities—starting the week in California and ending in New York—to meet with portfolio managers and analysts.

Do Day Dream was founded in 2010 and has reached approximately USD 1 billion in market value. The company publicly listed on the Thai stock exchange in December 2017. The non-deal roadshow to the U.S. this week is the company’s first ever.

“The Snailwhite brand has propelled Do Day Dream to not only the highest revenue growth among Thailand’s top skincare companies but also to high profitability,” said Mark Decker, founder and CEO of Decker & Co. “Emerging market portfolio managers in the U.S. are seeking high-quality companies with strong growth stories. Given the success of Snailwhite as a premium mass-market brand, it’s no surprise Do Day Dream commanded strong interest in its first-ever non-deal roadshow.”

Do Day Dream’s customers include retail customers, local distributors and international distributors in several Asian countries. Its Snailwhite brand’s “beauty is healthy” message aligns with consume trends, enabling Do Day Dream to capture both mass- and premium-market demand.

Decker & Co. is the only U.S.-based specialist brokerage covering all of Asia. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA and with offices in New York and Asia, Decker & Co. provides institutional investors with unparalleled access to the best local research and listed corporates. Its principals have been among the leading experts in Asian markets since the 1990s. Learn more at

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