Despite global challenges Thailand tourism has demonstrated continued growth as tourism numbers are set to push past the 30 million ceiling. Increased airlift and expanded infrastructure in Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai all serve as strong enablers for growth.
Change and adaptability continue to be strong traits which serve Thailand’s tourism markets well even in the face of rising supply. Still, the tourism and hotel sector is facing increasing volatility in the face of a growing dependence on disrupters including the mass market, currency fluctuations, and flattening global economic growth. Can Thailand change and adapt for a better and long-term growth trajectory?
Come to TTF 2017 and gain a clear picture of how Thailand’s tourism is set for a solid 2017. Thailand’s biggest hotel event, the Thailand Tourism Forum is the country’s report card and a dedicated event on the state of the industry. This is a unique opportunity to hear from hospitality leaders and experts to candidly discuss the economic impacts of these changes.TTF is a forum to take a closer look at the numbers, to evaluate risk and to learn more about important new trends on how tourism performs across all the Thai destinations.
Date Monday, January 23th, 2017
Venue InterContinental Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand Grand Ballroom, Level 4
Organizers American Chamber of Commerce – Thailand (AMCHAM) C9 Hotelworks Hospitality Consulting Group
Registration Attendance is complimentary. Advanced registration is required. Please go to www.amchamthailand.com for on-line registration, or send email to [email protected] or telephone (+66) 02-254-1041, ext. 212.
3:00pm to 4:00pm Registration and Refreshments
4:00pm to 6:00pm Thailand Tourism Forum 2016
Opening Remarks – ‘Changing Faces, Places and Business Models’ Bill Barnett, Managing Director, C9 Hotelworks
“NextGen” – How will the next generation reshape Thai hospitality? Vorasit ‘Wan’ Issara, Managing Director, Sri panwa, Charn Issara Group Gavin Vongkusolkit, Founder & MD, Heritage Estates Co., Ltd. Charles Blocker, CEO, IC Partners (Interviewer)