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Thailand invites industry for „collaborative recovery“

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TCEB's industry engagement activities; photo credit: TCEB

Chinatown in Bangkok; photo credit: TCEB

Nichapa Yoswee; photo credit: TCEB

In anticipation of the opening of international borders, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) invites the global conventions industry to collaborate on activating an initiative called „Regenerating Legacies Recovery Roadmap“.

„The Regenerating Legacies Recovery Roadmap begins with a series of conversations that call upon that collaborative spirit to revive the business of global conventions with a future-shaping attitude,” said Nichapa Yoswee, Senior Vice President at TCEB.

According to TCEB, Covid-19 aggravated Associations’ concerns around succession planning, evolutions that honour legacies and profitable innovations. “We seek to understand Associations’ pain points, but we cannot resolve them in isolation. We have to move beyond rumination and spearhead effective changes that reinforce the value perception of our industry,“ Yoswee explains.

According to TCEB, a series of activities are in the pipeline to engage the convention industry on this collaborative recovery journey. Industry professionals can join the conversation by connecting with TCEB Conventions Department via c@tceb.or.th or Margaret Mann via mmann@hillsbalfour.com.

Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) is a government agency under the supervision of the Prime Minister. It's role is to promote, support and develop the business events industry.

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