Case Studies

Broadening horizons

Delivering the inaugural PATA GBTA APAC Travel Summit requires teams to work across timezones while addressing cost concerns from pricey airfares and logistical issues from inconsistent Covid-19 travel requirements

Making the effort

The Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific successfully conducted its Annual Meetings in-person in the Philippines last year, despite the uncertainties and constantly-changing global travel regulations at that point in time

Making its own mark

The inaugural edition of FIND – Design Fair Asia, held at Sands Expo and Convention Centre from September 22-24, is an anchor event of Singapore Design Week 2022. It aims to catalyse the international interiors and furniture trade towards post-pandemic recovery

The art of hosting

Concha y Toro leveraged the buzz of the F1 Singapore Grand Prix in late September to host Singapore-based and regional distributors, while consolidating its position as a producer of world-class wines

Stepping stone to recovery

The TTLx Summit Tourism Edition 2022 in Kuching, Sarawak, was organised to help travel trade members kickstart recovery efforts post-lockdown.

Rebuilding MICE tourism, one event at a time

Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)’s first large-scale, in-person event in over two years brought delegates to Hat Yai, Songkhla in southern Thailand for two days of experiential tours and conferences.

Evolving with the times

As the first conference held in person since 2019, Meetings & Events Australia's Evolve 2022 had to overcome pandemic-related challenges in order to facilitate the opportunity for attendees to upskill and refresh their knowledge on the latest event trends.

Engineering connections and opportunities

The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia 2021 (IPWEAQ21) is one of the first conferences at Cairns Convention Centre after the venue's extensive refurbishment, as well as one of the major, in-person events in the destination post-lockdown

A valuable travel reward

A group of teachers from India was the first international incentive to visit Malaysia after the country reopened its borders on April 1.

Returning to a handshake

After two years of connecting with Asian travel partners online, Switzerland Tourism resumes its annual trade engagement in a face-to-face format in Singapore