Exhibitions in Thailand
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau is holding Re-Energising Exhibition: TCEB’s Recovery Plan for Exhibition Industry on August 7, 2pm to 3:10pm Bangkok time.
The panelists are Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya, president of TCEB; Nichapa Yoswee, Senior Vice President – Business, TCEB; Kanokporn Damrongkul, Director of Exhibition Department, TCEB.
Why face-to-face will prevail
IBTM Connect presents meetings industry consultant and researcher Rob Davidson on Championing the Unbeatable Power of Face-to-Face Events live on Friday, July 30.
Learning outcomes include:
- Identifying the disadvantages and limitations of online events;
- Examining the evidence for the power of face-to-face events in enabling organisations to meet their business objectives;
- Identifying the business situations in which the face-to-face format is the best solution, and when online is an acceptable solution;
- Investigating the role of hybrid events.
Australia recovery prospects
Tourism Australia holds a webinar on Friday, July 31, 11am AEST, on industry recovery.
Speakers include Australia’s Minister for Trade, Tourism & Investment, Simon Birmingham; Tourism Australia’s executive general manager, strategy and research, Rob Dougan; and chief marketing officer, Susan Coghill.
A day on Phuket
Phuket Hotels for Sustaining Tourism (PHIST 2020) is holding an all-day online conference on September 7, from 9am to 6:30pm
This year’s Phuket Hotels for Islands Sustaining Tourism (PHIST 2020) event is billed as Asia’s largest and most innovative movement to bring sustainability to the region’s hospitality and tourism industry.
More than 1,200 expected to participate in the event, which will be in its third year.
There will be a continuous full-day large-scale exhibition of green hospitality innovations, technology, products and services and five educational-focused masterclass workshops.
Headline speakers include design-icon Bill Bensley, hotel leaders Neil Jacobs of Six Senses and Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s James Riley, Thai marine biologist Dr Thamrongnawasawat and many others. Topics range from the post-crisis flight from over-tourism, the dynamic shift from mass travel markets, conserving Thailand’s natural attractions, putting metrics to green travel, farm-to-fork, rewilding and renewable energy for hotels.