The inaugural Skift Forum Asia is next week on May 27 in Singapore at the amazing Resorts World Sentosa. So far we’ve kept you in the loop about our program, incredible venues, and all the magic that goes into our planning process. Time is running out to claim your spot as we only have 11 seats remaining.
This one-day conference will be action-packed from start to finish. The program features a mixture of TED-style talks, deep dive Q&A’s with Skift Editors, and topical panels bringing together travel’s most insightful business leaders and creative thinkers.
I hope you participate because you are passionate people who go the extra mile to leave your mark on this industry we all love. I believe you will get a lot out of this experience, more than you may realize. To recap:
- 22 amazing speakers, 8 of them CEOs from major companies in travel, and other experts within their industry sectors.
- You’ll get to network with 400+ travel executives from over 40 different countries representing 175+ companies.
- Over 45% of execs attending are VP-level & above. You will be in front of decision makers.
This is more than just a ticket. It’s a transformative choice for your career and business. My team and I put our hearts and souls into ensuring that Skift Forum Asia is different from every other industry event out there. I promise you won’t be disappointed — don’t wait to claim your spot — there’s limited space and time.
We couldn’t make Skift Forum Asia happen without the support of our amazing sponsors Accenture, Avis Budget Group, and Octave Institute, Travelstop, and our official airline partner Singapore Airlines.
If you’re interested in sponsoring Skift Forum events or have any questions, email us at email@example.com.
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