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1 JUN - Multi Chambers Luncheon: How The Tourism Market Will Develop in 2016

  • Wednesday, June 01, 2016
  • 12:00 - 14:00
  • Ballroom, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok

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AustCham Thailand in collaboration with the American, British, Belgium-Luxembourg, Canadian, French, Irish, Netherlands, Norwegian, Singapore, South African and Swiss Chambers of Commerce cordially invites you to a Multi Chambers Luncheon with Khun Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Thailand’s Minister of Tourism and Sports, organised by BCCT.


Speaker


Khun Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul 

Thailand’s Minister of Tourism and Sports





Event Details


Date: Wednesday 1 June 2016


Time: 12.00 - 14.00


Topic: How the tourism market will develop in 2016


Cost: THB 900 per person for participating chambers members and THB 1,100 for non-members. Price is inclusive of a three-course lunch, soft drinks and VAT. BCCT members who walk-in will be subject to non-member rate of THB 1,100. Any non-members wishing to attend must book online. No non-member walk-ins.


Venue: Ballroom, Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok 



Prepayment by 1.00 pm Friday 27 May is required to confirm your seat. 

Cancellation policy: Reservations not cancelled within 2 business days of the event will be charged and invoiced as will no-shows.


Event overview


Tourism is at the very heart of Thailand’s economy contributing with the entire service sector (financial, education , hotel and restaurant sectors) 24.9% of the country’s GDP. Over the years Thailand has been hit with a number of issues which have seriously affected Tourism revenue but with the stability of the current government all sectors of the Tourism industry are now showing very positive growth with the International MICE market also showing signs of an upturn. HE Khun Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul will share with us what her views are on how the Tourism market for Thailand will further develop in 2016 highlighting the new initiatives the government are looking at rolling out this year in order to stimulate further growth in not only numbers but in particular in the high yield sectors of MICE and luxury Travel.


Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce

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