ACTC to host convention in August
The Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) has announced that it will hold its 13th Asia Corporate Travel Conference on August 6-7 in Hong Kong with a focus on travel management techniques and emergence of new products and brands.
This event will have presence of a diverse cross-section of the region, including attendees from Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan and Vietnam. Approximately, 500 of the industry's travel leaders are expected to experience the future of corporate travel in Asia.
Commenting on Hong Kong as convention venue, Greeley Koch, Executive Director, ACTE, said, “Our decision to move this year's Asia conference to Hong Kong reflects the scope of the conference—a powerful agenda, global networking, and the emergence of new products and new brands, which are the perfect complement to Hong Kong’s backdrop of international business.”
He also informed that the conference content will emphasise four key educational pillars identified by the ACTE community as the industry issues, which are data access & analytics, industry innovations, talent development for travel professionals and traveller centricity.
“The association’s legacy of excellence, value, and breakthrough presentations will continue in Hong Kong,” added Benson Tang, Asia Regional Director, ACTE. He also maintained that ACTE’s 13th Annual Asia Corporate Travel Conference honours the fastest growing segment of the global business travel community with the most advanced travel management techniques to be introduced in this decade. “The association’s proprietary approach to travel trend analysis, known as the ‘Four Pillars’ has been specially designed to suit the diverse interests of this conference’s participants,” he underlined.
Executive Director ACTE
Asia Regional Director ACTE