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Thailand Tourism Forum Opens For Registration

Category: Tourism, Posted:23 Dec 2020 | 06:00 am

The 10th edition of the country’s largest hotel event, Thailand Tourism Forum 2021 is now open for registration.

Set for 18th January 2021 at the Conrad Hotel Bangkok this year’s lead speaker is Minor’s Founder and Chairman Bill Heinecke.

TTF is organized by C9 Hotelworks in partnership with Hilton Worldwide, Horwath HTL, JLL, STR, QUO, Delivering Asia Communications and media partner American Chamber of Commerce Thailand (AMCHAM).

The January event is a special ‘in person’ live event only and will follow SHA guidelines for safety that allow 350 total attendees, so registration is limited to first come basis.

2021 is set to be a challenging year for Thailand’s tourism and hotels sector so TTF is focusing on key issues, challenges and a critical look at the future of our industry. It is also a chance for the industry to come together in support of the face of brand Thailand.

Our motto for 2021 is #ThaiTourismUnited, so we look forward to seeing you at this highly relevant event.

To see the full program and sign up, go to the following link:

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