Industry players join forces
A Collaboration Through Crisis webinar is being held on Thursday, July 2, 2pm SGP/HK time.
Aloysius Arlando, CEO of SingEx Holdings; Geoff Donaghy, chief executive of ICC Sydney, and Kai Hattendorf, of UFI, who is also president of the Joint Meetings Industry Council will be on the panel.
The two-part webinar is co-organised by the JMIC, together with AIME, IBTM, IMEX and Meetings Africa is an “industry-first collaboration of perspectives for the overall benefit of the industry’.
The webinar will be in two parts with a tea break and networking opportunity in between viewings. There will then be a live Q&A opportunity with the panellists to discuss the key points and future strategies.
Cool in unique Singapore
Pacific World’s Singapore team and Marina Bay Sands will share “engaging itineraries and coolest experiences in this unique country” aimed at global organisers seeking post-Covid program ideas in Asia.
The webinar is part of the #PWCREATES Future Travel Through Singapore Lens series and is being held from midnight tonight (Tuesday) to 1am July 1 to reach the United States market segment.
Startup festival in Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s StartmeupHK Festival 2020 is going online between July 6-10. The week-long festival of start-up conferences features keynote speakers, a start-up village, services marketplaces, job fair and business matching will be open to attendees across the globe.
Topics range from the latest industry developments in smart cities, retail tech, digital lifestyle, global start-up trends and insights from the most promising start-ups, investors and corporates and more.
Future trends in events, tourism and more
Rohit Talwar, a futurist who specialises in the travel and meetings industry, launches a new report at a webinar on Thursday, July 2, 6pm UK time.
For viewers in Asia, a link will be sent after registering so the webinar can be enjoyed at a more convenient hour.
The Fast Future report on emerging trends in the meetings, events, travel, hotels and hospitality is the first in a series.
Rohit’s talk will cover the following:
- Four Scenarios– Introduction of four scenarios for how the future of these sectors might play out from 2020 to 2023
- Preparedness – Planning for the least attractive scenarios
- Ten Strategies– How to anticipate, understand, and respond to the critical shifts shaping these markets
- Enabling Action – building flexibility, adaptability, and experimentation as core skills.