HONG KONG, CHINA. Registration is now open for The Trinity Forum 2022, to be held on 25-26 October n Hong Kong.

Early bird rates are available until 15 August. Online registration is accessible here: https://trinityforum.events

The Trinity Forum is the world’s leading travel retail and airport commercial revenues conference and is hosted this year by Hong Kong International Airport.

The event was created by The Moodie Davitt Report in 2003 and celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Today, The Trinity Forum is co-organised with Airports Council International (ACI) World and ACI Asia-Pacific. The event’s first return post-pandemic was in Singapore last year, hosted by Changi Airport Group.

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The Trinity Forum promises to deliver a stimulating and uplifting programme dedicated to the key issues and opportunities facing the global travel retail sector. Delegates will also have ample opportunity to network at the Opening Cocktail and Gala Dinner hosted by Hong Kong International Airport.

Details of the venues and official event accommodation options will be announced in coming days.

As reported, leading food & confectionery company Nestlé has signed as a Platinum Partner to the event. A series of other key partnership agreements have also been struck and will be revealed this month.

The Moodie Davitt Report Founder & Chairman Martin Moodie said: “We are confidently expecting a blockbuster attendance at The Trinity Forum 2023 and are very excited to see the event return to Hong Kong and play an important role in the fast-accelerating recovery of the business travel market.

“As will be revealed soon, we have had tremendous reaction from sponsors and speakers so we can promise a suitably celebratory and significant event. The Early Bird pricing is attractive and we urge attendees to take advantage of the offer.

“Never has the need for closer collaboration between sector stakeholders – the essence of the Trinity concept since the event’s launch in 2003 – been greater. Our sector must engage with and delight the traveller as never before and we are confident The Trinity Forum can play a key role in delivering that mission.” ✈