Asia’s premier travel tech show attracts exhibitors such as DidaTravel, Shiji Singapore, SiteMinder, Trip.com and more. The live event includes a three-day exhibition, business matching platform and conference program.
Singapore – Asia Travel Tech 2022 is a three-day conference and trade show designed to provide the community with a platform for in-depth discussions on how travel technology is changing and transforming the travel industry.organizer Messe Berlin (Singapore) and with ITB Asia and Asia ExhibitionTravel Tech Asia, the most important travel technology marketplace for digital travel leaders, will be on Sands Expo and Convention Center at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
“Travel tech solutions are more important than ever as they help the industry navigate the fallout of the pandemic. Travel Tech Asia brings together CEOs, founders and global experts from leading companies to discuss how technology can impact travel brands and Provide meaningful connections between customers to provide a seamless end-to-end customer journey to share the latest updates, fresh ideas and proven case studies.”Say Katrina LiangManaging Director of Messe Berlin (Singapore), organiser of Travel Tech Asia, ITB Asia and MICE Show Asia.
Travel Tech Asia Conference 2022 brings together travel tech thought leaders
Travel Tech Asia Conference is the leading stage for digital travel professionals. It will feature a series of presentations from leading brands and companies around three main themes: “How technology is changing the way we travel and companies need to adapt to changing trends”, “How the travel industry is using technology to take their business to the next level” One Floor” and “How Emerging Technologies, Trends and Ideas Create New Opportunities in Travel”.
In the past three years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel technology innovations have gone from futuristic to familiar, shaping how people travel throughout their journeys. The technology leadership panel, titled “The Digital Future,” will bring together experts from the travel ecosystem to discuss the latest innovations that will impact travelers’ next journeys, as well as strategies for travel brands to up their 4.0 game.Confirmed team members include Kang Thuy NguyenGroup Chief Technical Architect Accor, Terence YingChief Technology Officer FCM Asia Travel, Kobe KirkDirector of Digital Transformation and Information Technology Gardens by the Bay, Wong Ming FaiChief Technology Officer, Singapore Tourism Board (set-top box) and Jane LinVice President of Global Marketing TripAdvisor. The team will consist of Jeff Panrisk builder, McKinsey & Company.
The next frontier in travel will be driven by the technology behind super apps and platforms that will allow travel companies to meet customers’ demands for convenient and connected experiences. Amanda WuChief Executive Officer, AirAsia In her C-Suite Talk talk, “Reimagining global connectivity and how air transport can successfully integrate with super apps,” Super App explained to the audience how super apps can be more than just a glimpse into the future.
In another C-Suite presentation, titled “The Importance of Digitizing the Travel Industry”, Eric ZhuangChief Strategy Officer, tick travelShared insights on how embarking on a digital journey can help travel companies stay relevant in a competitive post-COVID-19 world by improving internal operational efficiency, addressing labor shortages, connecting with a wider range of business partners, and leveraging data to improve business decisions .
Even large hotel groups must revisit their distribution strategies. Nicholas van Breda, Vice President of Global Distribution of Shangri-La Group, identified the hotel’s customized distribution strategy at the meeting, titled “Revisiting Hotel Distribution Strategy”.Other key speakers include Luis GarciaChief Executive Officer, European world, ilia san martinVice President and General Manager of Asia Pacific, kayak, Brett HenryPresident Director, MG Group, Letka PrendergastSolutions Engineering Hotel Director – Japan Pacific, Oracle HotelAnkit Tandon, Global Chief Commercial Officer and CEO – Southeast Asia and Middle East, OYO, King of GoldRegional Director for Southeast Asia, STR, Tom KershawChief Product and Technology Officer, tourist port, Brett ZieglerCo-founder and Chief Product Officer, Ninja Journey, Wen Sian ChayManaging Director and Vice President of International Marketing, Ctrip Group and Pravin PaulCo-founder/COO, Yongsheng GroupIn addition to direct booking, metasearch optimization and revenue management, they will discuss the COVID-19 era and what weaknesses in travel distribution have been exposed by the pandemic.
Key Exhibitors at Travel Tech Asia 2022 Highlight Growing Importance of Travel Tech
At Travel Tech Asia, suppliers showcased their global distribution systems, travel agency databases, reservation systems, travel agency software and computing programs.Has a strong lineup of exhibitors, including 11-Infotech, DidaTravel, Djubo, GIATA, Go Global Travel, Hotelogix, HUB OS Asia, INFOR, InTouch, Juniper, Revinate, SABA Hospitality Technology Solutions, Shiji Singapore, SiteMinder, TBO Holidays, Trip Ninja and Ctripthe travel tech industry has once again experienced strong growth.
In addition to key players, the show welcomes other companies as travel tech exhibitors, including Blue Ribbon Bags, Flightroutes24, Korea Tourism Entrepreneurship Center, Octorate, Online Travel Information Service, Thomalex, TravelLine, Transfer Technologies, Verteil Technologies, VOISO, Vouch Concierge and Yunyun.
Business Matching Made Easy
Attendees with session slots will have access to a business matching platform designed to connect visitors, buyers and exhibitors. The platform allows attendees to pre-schedule meeting appointments and allocate time for meeting and networking functions. The business matching service is valid until October 21, 2022.