SINGAPORE. The JW Marriott Singapore South Beach has been named as the official hotel for The Trinity Forum 2022, which takes place on 1-2 November. Room bookings can now be made at preferential rates via the dedicated Trinity Forum website at this link. Delegate registration for the event can also be made through the event website.
The Trinity Forum, the world’s most influential airport commercial revenues conference, will be hosted by Changi Airport Group. It is co-organised by The Moodie Davitt Report, ACI World and ACI Asia-Pacific.
The preferential rate for hotel rooms is available for bookings between 31 October and 2 November inclusive. Reservations at the preferential Trinity Forum rate must be made by Monday, 10 October and are subject to availability. We urge delegates to book early to avoid disappointment.
The JW Marriott Singapore South Beach Hotel is a design-led landmark near Suntec City in City Hall, offering a balance of historic heritage and contemporary style in close proximity to the Central Business District and leading Singapore attractions.
The Forum will begin with a half-day session leading into the Opening Cocktail, followed by a full-day conference and what promises to be a dazzling Gala Dinner, which will take place at Jewel Changi Airport on 2 November.
As reported, the speakers’ line-up continues to strengthen with a host of prominent travel retail executives joining the programme. In addition, the Asia Pacific Travel Retail Association (APTRA) is holding its acclaimed annual APTRA Exchange at The Trinity Forum. Further details about the agenda will be announced shortly.
This year’s event will also see the return of The Trinity Challenge, an initiative designed to inspire creativity and innovation in travel retail, in association with Mondelez International World Travel Retail, The Trinity Forum’s Innovation Partner. Click here for more on how to enter.
The Trinity Forum, first held in 2003, seeks to improve dialogue and mutual understanding between airports, concessionaires and brands to the benefit of that critical fourth party – the travelling consumer.