ITCMA, CTW reveal more speakers

IT&CM Asia and CTW Asia-Pacific 2022 has announced a line-up of conference and seminar sessions for its event scheduled to be held in Bangkok this month.

The knowledge sessions are designed to provide industry-relevant solutions on working in a post-pandemic world with leading speakers taking to the stage.

Kicking off the knowledge session on September 20 is the opening keynote, “Onwards and Upwards”, presented by Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya, president of Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) with panellists Max Boontawee Jantasuwan, president of SITE Thailand Chapter and Waikin Wong, ICCA’s regional director Asia Pacific.

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Panellists will explore the changes the business events and travel industry had to face in the past two years of the pandemic and discuss the strategies on moving forward.

On September 21-22, the sessions continue with what the future hold for conferences, especially in the wake of a global pandemic. “Meetings after COVID – How Conferences have Changed…”, hosted by International Association of Professional Congress Organizers (IAPCO) and presented by Mathias Posch. will explore the driving forces behind the economic recovery of the meetings industry in Asia and Covid’s impact on the meetings of the future.

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“Organisational Changes and its Impact on Talent Management” is a session hosted by ICCA and moderated by Waikin Wong. The need for organisational changes during the pandemic along with strategies to overcome the huge talent and skills crisis will be tackled.

If you would like to procure, network and learn at IT&CM Asia and CTW Asia-Pacific 2022, join September 20-22 in Bangkok and virtually September 20-28. The MICE event is co-located with corporate travel management event CTW Asia-Pacific.

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