Can sustainability and mass tourism coexist? Can we deliver on guest expectations while building a brighter and cleaner future? These are just some of the questions that will be addressed at the 8th Annual Thailand Tourism Forum (TTF), to be held in Bangkok next month.
As the planet’s most-visited city, Bangkok is the ideal venue for an afternoon of discourse, discussion and debate on some of the key challenges facing the hospitality industry. January’s forum, ‘MANAGING TOURISM – Ensuring Great Experiences and Sustainable Outcomes’, will address the challenges facing the sustainable growth of tourism in Bangkok, Thailand and beyond.
The timely event is attracting industry experts from around the world who are eager to share their wisdom, and gain insights and guidance from those who have first-hand experience of working in the world’s most visited city – more than 20 million travellers passed through the Thai capital in 2017.
QUO CEO David Keen, an industry thought leader with more than two decades of experience working in Bangkok, will sit down with Stephan Roemer, CEO, Diethelm Travel Group to discuss the importance of successful destination marketing in maintaining sustainable tourism growth, including some best-case scenarios in both the public and private sectors locally and overseas.
This is just one of the many insightful discussions to look forward to at the 8th Annual Thailand Tourism Forum (TTF), which takes place at InterContinental Hotel Bangkok on January 21, 2019, starting at 3pm.
You can register for free and/or view the complete itinerary here.