In Partnership with GBTA and PATA
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) in partnership with the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) will host their inaugural PATA & GBTA APAC Travel Summit at the new, state-of-the-art Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) in Bangkok, Thailand from December 8-9, 2022.
The joint event in Asia will address best practices in the corporate travel, MICE and tourism spheres. The two-day educational and tradeshow event, under the theme “Getting Back to Business Travel, Tourism and MICE,” will highlight the challenges and solutions as the industry continues to take shape post pandemic including business travel best practices in procurement-oriented approaches in policy, risk management, sustainability and the future of business travel within the context of the global and Asia-Pacific region’s pandemic recovery. Targeted attendees include corporate travel managers and regional and global travel suppliers including top airlines, hotel and ground/car rental brands – as well as MICE and corporate travel decision-makers from the world’s largest travel companies and travel management companies.
*subject to change
|Buyer||Buyer registrant||$499 – Register Here|
|Conference Member||Supplier Member of PATA/GBTA registrant||$799 – Register Here|
|Conference Non-Member||Supplier Non-Member of PATA/GBTA registrant||$999 – Register Here|
|Exhibitor Member||Supplier Member of PATA/GBTA with booth and 1 registrant||$2,799 – Register Here|
|Exhibitor Non-Member||Supplier Non-Member of PATA/GBTA with booth and 1 registrant||$3,299 – Register Here|
Not a Member?
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) or GBTA must be notified in writing of any cancellation at [email protected] A cancellation fee of 50% of the total amount payable will be applicable for written cancellations received by PATA on or before November 7, 2022.
• An attendee may transfer his/her registration to another eligible party if he/she is unable to attend.
• All substitution requests must be made in writing to GBTA at [email protected] and handled on the backend of the registration system.
• The substitute is responsible for any and all financial arrangements between the original registrant and the substitute.
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Don’t miss the opportunity to showcase your brand, generate leads and network with influential decision makers at the PATA – GBTA APAC Travel Summit. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities by downloading the Sponsorship Prospectus
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Exhibit at PATA-GBTA APAC Travel Summit
PATA-GBTA APAC Travel Summit is coming to Bangkok this year for the first time. This is a unique event for business travel and meetings management professionals to gather, innovate and learn about the region’s return to travel and new products and services.
Exhibit and give your organization the best opportunity to connect in person with the region’s inﬂuential business travel community. Generate new leads and expand existing customer relationships at this inaugural Summit.
Having a presence on the Expo floor gives your organization:
- Access to key networking during the dedicated expo floor time (no other sessions can occur during this time)
- A set location for current clients and prospects to know where to find you
- Access to all sessions and events during the conference
Interested? Contact our exhibit/sponsorship team with any questions about exhibiting.
To view floor plan please contact Melanie [email protected]
Senior Director Southeast Asia
Sabre Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
Sustainability and Safety
SE Asia, Japan and Korea
Dr Carl Jones
Managing Director, Southeast Asia
CEO, Star Alliance
Siew Kim Beh
CFSO / Managing Director, CapitaLand Investment, Lodging / The Ascott Limited
Vice President & General Manager Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand
Head of Commercial Resellers and Corporations,
Asia Pacific Travel Manager
Senior Vice President, Global Sales, Asia Pacific, BCD Travel
CEO, Xpdite Capital Partners
President, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa & Global Network, BCD Travel
Regional Director of Sales – Asia, Minor Hotels
Senior Manager, APAC Operations, Travel & Meetings Global Procurement, GSK
Distinguished Fellow, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
Chief Commercial Officer APAC, WorldHotels / BWH Hotel Group
Director of Strategic Sales APAC, Enterprise Holdings
Regional Travel Manager and Immigrations, Amdocs Development Center India, LLP
Vice Chair, PATA / Chairman, Forte Hotel Group
Director, APAC Travel, Bain & Company
Business Development Southeast Asia, STR
Dr. Praweena Kasai
Vice Rector, Student Affairs, Dusit Thani College
Deputy Minister for Tourism and Product (Events), Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Indonesia
Chief of Staff, PATA
Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya
President, Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau
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