The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) will host its opening ceremony in partnership with the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). PATA & GBTA APAC Travel Summit December 2022 at the new, state-of-the-art Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) in Bangkok, Thailand.
The joint event in Asia will address sustainability and best practices in the fields of tourism, MICE and business travel. The two-day educational and exhibition event, themed “Defining a Responsible, Sustainable Future for Business, Tourism and MICE”, will shed light on carbon emissions challenges and solutions, sustainability options for travel destinations and procurement-oriented approaches in the context of pandemic recovery in the global and Asia Pacific Region. Target participants and sponsors are regional and global travel providers, including leading airlines, hotel and ground/car rental brands – as well as MICE and corporate travel decision makers from the world’s largest travel and travel management companies.
“We are excited to partner with GBTA to bring our two industry networks together to share insights and discuss opportunities and best practices for responsible and sustainable growth of the travel and tourism industry,” he said PATA CEO Liz Ortiguera.
“At PATA, we support industry recovery, the pursuit of new travel opportunities and sustainable travel practices for the region. As such, I invite all of our members, partners and industry peers to join us and participate in this travel forum to reconnect, educate and collaborate.”
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) is the world’s leading business travel and meetings trade organization with a growing global network of more than 28,000 travel professionals and 125,000 active contacts. Headquartered in the Washington, DC area with offices on six continents, GBTA members manage more than $345 billion in global business travel and meetings spend annually.
“The path of recovery for the global travel industry continues for both tourism and business travel. However, there is also an opportunity and a need to create a better, more sustainable way forward to serve the industry and the planet. We are excited to partner with PATA to bring important insights, insights and discussion to event attendees about what a sustainable future might look like and what actions we can take in the region and around the world to get there,” he said Suzanne Neufang, CEO, GBTA.
|TOI.NEWS Fitness||Click here|
Follow and Subscribe to Our YouTube, Instagram and Twitter – Twitter, Youtube and Instagram.