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AMCHAM Event on Trends In Sustainable Hospitality

Category: Hotels, Posted:05 Jan 2016 | 21:16 pm

On Friday February 5th the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) Greater Phuket Chapter has organized a tourism event at the Keemala Resort led by Grace Kang of Grenview Hospitality from Singapore.

This enlightening seminar, will address how sustainability helps hotels cut costs, increases overall satisfaction and loyalty for associates and guests in your hotel. This event is must-attend to grasp the high rewards of implementing sustainability within your hotel.

Grace Kang, Managing Partner of Greenview, will present tangible examples of actions hotels can undertake, and a landscape of the latest trends from around the world that are driving sustainability into the discussion at a strategic level, including the trend of green meetings.

Managing Director of Shine PR, Natasha Eldred, will moderate this seminar and give a short, grass roots perspective on the change within Phuket’s microcosm hotelscape, using Keemala as an example of the changing attitudes that hotels are now embracing in their overall commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Registration for the event begins at 4:30 p.m at the Keemala Resort in Kamala at the Enchanted Hall, with the session running from  5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. For parking there is limited parking at the resort, please park on the road outside and the resort will transport guests by buggy.

Admission is open to the public and is THB 100 for non-members.  Networking drinks will follow. To sign up for the event, please visit the website www.amchamthailand.com  or contact Sarudha Netsawang by email at  [email protected]

About Greenview: Greenview is a specialty consulting in research firm in sustainability for travel and tourism based in the US and Singapore, advising several of the world’s brands and catalyzing awareness of innovation and best practice. Greenview operates the industry’s largest global benchmarking work of energy, water, and carbon emissions in hotels, and conducts ongoing trends and insight research for the World Travel & Tourism Council and UN World Tourism Organization covering hotels, events, destinations, and cruise lines.

About Grace Kang: Grace is Managing Partner of Greenview Hospitality and has over 15 yearsof experience in the hotel industry in various functional roles, particularly in data analysis and reporting. She brings corporate perspective from working at top global hotel brands such as Starwood Hotels & Resorts and Marriott International in sales strategy and development finance roles, both working with data for corporate reporting purposes.

 

 

 

 

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