INTERNATIONAL. Diageo Global Travel has been named as a Platinum Partner for this year’s Trinity Forum, which takes place on 1-2 November in Singapore. The event is co-organised by The Moodie Davitt Report, ACI World and ACI Asia Pacific and hosted by Changi Airport Group.

Registration is open for the event, with guests advised to avail of early bird rates, available until 31 July at this link:

Diageo, a long-time supporter of the event, owns a glittering portfolio of brands, including Baileys, Crown Royal, Gordon’s, Johnnie Walker, Lagavulin, Smirnoff, Talisker, Tanqueray, Ron Zacapa, The Singleton and many others.

Diageo Global Travel Marketing and Innovation Director Dafydd Pugh Williams said: “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with The Moodie Davitt Report as Platinum Sponsor of the Trinity Forum 2022.

“As the world’s leading airport commercial revenues conference, The Trinity Forum is a key event in the travel retail calendar and we’re delighted to have the opportunity to reconnect with our industry peers in person this year.

“Inspired discussions and collaborative thinking have never been more significant in this new era of travel retail. We look forward to deliberating the challenges the channel continues to face and sharing ideas on how we can unite and work together as industry leaders on solutions to revitalise the sector as the pandemic eases.”The event promises to deliver a provocative and challenging programme about the big issues facing global travel retail, while also celebrating the industry’s encouraging revival as the pandemic eases.

Delegates will enjoy outstanding networking opportunities during the event. The Gala Dinner – a highlight of any Trinity Forum – will take place at the spectacular Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel) on 2 November.

Jewel in the crown: This wonder of the modern-day airport world will provide a memorable setting for the Gala Dinner at The Trinity Forum 2022 {Photo: Changi Airport Group}

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