Legend
IT&CMA / CTW Asia-Pacific Exhibitor IT&CMA Buyer (Association)
CTW Asia-Pacific Corporate Travel Manager IT&CMA Buyer (MICE)
Media CTW Asia-Pacific Conference Delegate
Speaker Trade Visitor

~ Corrected as at 18 September 2019

23 SEPTEMBER 2019, SUNDAY
1200 – 2100

Booth Set Up (Official Contractor only)
Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

23 SEPTEMBER 2019, MONDAY
0900 – 2100

Booth Set Up (Including Special Design)
Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1000 – 1730

Registration For Exhibitors, Buyers, Corporate Travel Managers, Speakers & Media
Registration Counters, Level 22, BCC

1130 – 2000

IT&CMA and CTW Asia-Pacific 2019 Friendly Golf Game
Krung Kavee Golf Course & Country Club Estate

Invited Delegates, Pre-Registration Required
1330 – 1830

Pre-Show City Tours

24 SEPTEMBER 2019, TUESDAY
0800 – 1730

Registration For Exhibitors, Buyers, Corporate Travel Managers, Speakers, Media and Trade Visitors
Registration Counters, Level 22, BCC

0830 – 0855

Breakfast Reception for ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference
Pre-function Area outside World Ballroom, Level 23, BCC

0800 – 0900

IT&CMA Passionate Breakfast By ICCA and TTGmice

This 2nd edition sets the stage for stories on how our industry can be positive agents of change for the communities they operate in. Join our panel of inspiring speakers who will talk about the efforts they and the organisations they represent have made to uplift communities and/or improve the environment they are part of.

PANELISTS
Ailynn Seah, Vice President of Sales – MIC & Association, Marina Bay Sands Singapore
Arrut Navaraj, Managing Director, Suan Sampran
Nusheena Mohd Shahimi, Membership Development Executive Asia Pacific, ICCA
Patcharaun Peamsomboon, Regional MICE Manager, Discova

World Ballroom C, Level 23, BCC

0900 – 1730

IMEX-MPI-MCI IT&CMA Future Leaders Forum 2019
Lotus Suite 1 & 2, Level 22, BCC

Invited Delegates
0900 – 0915

ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference

Keynote (Part 1)
Hear how the cruise industry has progressed in Asia and what potential it holds in the future. Beneficiaries of the cruising boom are not just leisure travel players, but also business events specialists.

PRESENTER
Jiali Wong, Regional Manager – Asia, Cruise Lines International Association

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

0915 – 0930

ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference

Keynote (Part 2)
As one of the pioneering companies of ASEAN leisure cruising, Genting Cruises has also been the first to recognise the business potential of MICE cruises. Its latest luxury cruise line, Dream Cruises, has a fleet of ships that are built with corporate usage in mind. How has this bold vision changed the company’s performance? How is it gearing up to tackle the increasing competition for MICE cruises?

PRESENTER
Michael Goh, President, Dream Cruises, and Head of International Sales, Genting Cruise Lines

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

0930 – 1030

ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference

MICE Onboard 1: Fun and Frivolous?
Cruise ships today promise a mind-boggling array of fun activities and entertainment all under one roof. While these are perfect lures for a corporate incentive programme, how will fun-filled cruise ships sit with planners of solemn corporate meetings and conferences which are also a segment cruise companies are keen to attract? Can cruise ships truly be a serious contender for a wide range of solemn corporate gatherings?

MODERATOR
Karen Yue, Group Editor, TTG Travel Trade Publishing

PANELISTS
Angie Stephen, Managing Director – Asia Pacific, Royal Caribbean Cruises
Bernie Ye, VP Sales & Commercial, Greater China and Southeast Asia, Costa Cruises
Michael Goh, President, Dream Cruises, and Head of International Sales, Genting Cruise Lines

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1030 – 1100

Networking Coffee Break for ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference
Pre-function Area outside World Ballroom, Level 23, BCC

1100 – 1145

ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference

MICE Onboard 2: Crazy Rich Cruisers
State of luxury cruise development in Asia, ASEAN appetite for luxury cruises beyond the region and what it means for planners of truly exquisite incentive programmes.

MODERATOR
Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, Editor, TTG Travel Trade Publishing

PANELISTS
Freddy Muller, Vice President – Corporate & Incentive Sales, Silversea Cruises
Felix Chan, Vice President – Sales, Asia, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings
Nungky, Manager, Crystal International Sales (Asia)

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1145 – 1230

ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference

MICE Onboard 3: Land Ahoy!
The cruise experience isn't complete without land programmes, and exciting ports of call can raise the quality of a reward trip on the high seas. Hear how cruise lines are enhancing the cruising experience with calls at unique ports in Asia.

MODERATOR
Rachel AJ Lee, Sub-Editor, TTG Travel Trade Publishing

PANELISTS
Naresh Rawal, Vice President, Sales – India and South Asia, Genting Cruise Lines
Steve Bloss, Co-Founder and President, Worldwide Cruise Associates

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1230 – 1345

Networking Lunch for ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference
Networking Lunch Area, Outside Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1230 – 1345

Networking Lunch: Europe Cruise Preview Hosted By OMT Group
Lotus Suite 5, Level 22, BCC


By Invitation Only
1230 – 1345

Networking Lunch: Visit Nepal Year 2020
Lotus Suite 7, Level 22, BCC


By Invitation Only
1400 – 1445

ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference

MICE Onboard 4: Rolling on the River
Smaller in size but big on luxurious trappings and accompanying shore excursions, river cruises in Asia and beyond are gaining fans among event planners with important guests to impress. In this fireside chat with Uniworld, we will learn more about this cruise concept and why it makes a beautiful reward for top achievers.

MODERATOR
Karen Yue, Group Editor, TTG Travel Trade Publishing

PANELISTS
Henry Yu, Director, Asia, Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection & U River Cruises

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1400 – 1500

Official Press Conference
Lotus Suite 11, Level 22, BCC

1445 – 1510

ASEAN MICE Cruise Conference

MICE Onboard 5: Leaving Minimal Trail Behind
Cruise companies have been blamed for massive air and marine pollution left behind by their giant cruise ships. But more cruise companies are taking big steps to correct that reputation, plus deploy stricter waste management onboard. As more corporates demand suppliers and business partners to be aligned with their own CSR beliefs, will adopting more environmentally-friendly procedures help cruise companies get the booker’s nod?

MODERATOR
Karen Yue, Group Editor, TTG Travel Trade Publishing

PANELISTS
Angie Stephen, Managing Director – Asia Pacific, Royal Caribbean Cruises
Jiali Wong, Regional Manager – Asia, Cruise Lines International Association

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1515 – 1520

IT&CMA and CTW Asia-Pacific: Welcome Remarks
Darren Ng, Managing Director, TTG Asia Media

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1520 – 1620

Keynote Lecture
In Collaboration With Chiang MICE

Sustainability - Future Proofing Your Business
Sustainability issues today present challenges for business, government and society that cannot be solved alone. Solving these challenges often require partnerships between private and public sectors and development of multi-stakeholder initiatives and solutions. This keynote explores what is needed for your business to be sustainable, how we can share success and accelerate our ambition to meet the future needs of customers, while at the same time commit to protecting the natural environment. Speakers on the panel will also share their insights on four key topics: Digitizing business for the future, Environmental conservation, Community based tourism, and Investing in sustainable businesses.

MODERATOR
David Barrett, Sustainability Advocate, MICE Strategist and Hospitality Consultant

PANELISTS
Pairach Piboonrungroj, Director of MICE Excellence Centre, Faculty of Economics, Chiang Mai University
Richard Jones, Senior Vice President – Corporate Communications, Human Resources and Sustainability, Indorama Ventures
Supawan Teerarat, Senior Vice President – Strategic Business Development and Innovation, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB)
Marissa Jablonski, Sustainability Consultant: Plastics . Water . Environment

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1620 – 1745

Say Hi To Everyone

  • Event Briefing
  • Networking Coffee Break
  • Interactive Ice Breaker

World Ballroom A&B, Level 23, BCC

1800 – 2200

Opening Ceremony & Welcome Reception
Hosted by Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau

25 SEPTEMBER 2019, WEDNESDAY
0900 – 1000

Association Day - Forum 1
Association Development – Investing in a Sustainable Future
Hosted by GainingEdge

Associations play a critical role in helping drive the development of knowledge economies. They provide collaborative forums for discussion, knowledge sharing, innovation, discovery and creation. A strong community of associations benefits economic development and growth. Through hosting international conventions, they also help to promote local innovation and exports to a global audience. This session explores how countries across the Asia Pacific are starting to give due recognition to this sector and the initiatives supporting association development. It also looks at what support exists to encourage associations to bid for and host international conventions.

MODERATOR
Mike Williams, Senior Consultant and Partner, GainingEdge

PANELISTS
Amelia Roziman, COO, Sarawak Convention Bureau
Ishwar Gilada, President, AIDS Society of India (ASI)
Jan Tan, Director, Enterprise Promotion Centres Pte Ltd
Ninnat Olanoravuth, Secretary General, Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL)
Olivia Jia, Senior Manager, IME Consulting

Lotus Suite 5, Level 22, BCC


Association Day - Forum 2
Keeping International Association Meetings Relevant
Hosted by IAPCO

International association meetings are going through fundamental changes – in the race for relevance, they have to compete with more regional approaches to conferences, while navigating through compliance issues and fundraising challenges. A delegate first approach and incorporating various channels for education and learning are key to a successful international meeting. In this session, we will look at the latest developments in international association meetings and will highlight some best practices from around the world.

MODERATOR
Martin Boyle, CEO, IAPCO

PANELISTS
Jan Tonkin, Immediate Past President IAPCO; Chair Training Academy; Managing Director, The Conference Company, Auckland, New Zealand
Mathias Posch, President, IAPCO & International Conference Services (ICS)

Lotus Suite 6, Level 22, BCC

0900 – 1230

IMEX-MPI-MCI IT&CMA Future Leaders Forum 2019
Lotus Suite 1 & 2, Level 22, BCC

Invited Delegates
0900 – 1300

Complimentary Handmade Pancakes By MEET Taiwan
Lotus Suite 1 & 2, Level 22, BCC

0900 – 1800

Registration for Trade Visitors
Registration Counters, Level 22, BCC

0900 – 1800

Complimentary Hand-Painted Business Card Holder With Thai Patterns, Personalised With Your Name In Thai By Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau

Thailand Booth 1

0900 – 1800

Complimentary Sustainable Philippine Coffee By Philippine Tourism Promotions Board

Enjoy this special line of Philippine coffee blends from La Trinidad, Benguet, sourced from suppliers practicing Fair Trade as part of the Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence (FSCE) programme.

Philippine Booth A2

0900 – 1805

IT&CMA Exhibition and Appointment Sessions

Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

APPOINTMENTS
EXHIBITION
0945 – 1620

“Dance Me Up” Thai Contemporary Dance Show By Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau

The 5-min performances start at the following times:
0945, 1130, 1415, 1515 and 1615

Buyers receive a traditional Thai accessory:
Just share a post of the performance on social media with the hash tags
#thailandpavilion2019 #tceb #businesseventsthailand #redefine

Thailand Booth B1

1000 – 1030

Morning Refreshments For Buyers

Buyers Lounge, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1015 – 1115

Association Day: Exhibition Walkabout 1
Macao, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau, Japan National Tourism Organization, India Tourism

Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1020 – 1650

“Thai Boxing With Me” Kick Boxing Show By Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau

The 5-min performances start at the following times:
1020, 1345, 1445, 1545 and 1645

Buyers receive a traditional Muay Thai pants:
Just share a post of the performance on social media with the hash tags
#thailandpavilion2019 #tceb #businesseventsthailand #redefine

Thailand Booth B1

1030 – 1130

Meet-The-Corporates Session 1
Knowledge Hub, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1130 – 1200

Corporate Exchange, Exclusively Thailand 1
In Partnership With Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau
Knowledge Hub, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1030 – 1200

Thai Press Conference
Lotus Suite 11, Level 22, BCC


Local Thai Media Only
1130 – 1150

Brand Showcase Presentation 1
Dubai Business Events
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1230 – 1345

Networking Hosted Luncheon by AP MICE Solutions by JTB
Lotus Suite 12, Level 22, BCC


By Invitation Only
1230 – 1345

Networking Hosted Luncheon by Marina Bay Sands
Lotus Suite 10, Level 22, BCC


By Invitation Only
1230 – 1345

Networking Hosted Luncheon by Al Jazeera Media Network
Lotus Suite 7, Level 22, BCC


By Invitation Only
1230 – 1345

Networking Hosted Luncheon
World Ballroom, Level 23, BCC

1400 – 1420

Brand Showcase Presentation 2
Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1400 – 1500

Happy Hour By Taiwan Tourism Bureau
Taiwan Booth C2

1400 – 1600

ICCA Database Training
When all the data is at your fingertips, how do we make sense of it all? From finding potential leads to producing comparison reports, explore and determine how ICCA’s online tools can best suit your battle plan.

Lotus Suite 5, Level 22, BCC

By Invitation Only
1400 – 1800

Complimentary Candied Gourd By Taiwan Tourism Bureau

Taiwan Booth C2

1425 – 1445

Brand Showcase Presentation 3
Royal Orchid Holidays
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1450 – 1510

Brand Showcase Presentation 4
AP MICE Solutions by JTB
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1515 – 1615

Association Day: Exhibition Walkabout 2
MICE Excellence Center, Macao, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau, Taiwan, Jeju
Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1530 – 1545

Resorts World Sentosa Experience Lucky Draw
Resorts World Sentosa Booth D4

1530 – 1700

Networking Coffee Break By Philippine Tourism Promotions Board
Philippine Booth A2

1600 – 1630

Afternoon Refreshments For Buyers
Buyers Lounge, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1620 – 1640

Brand Showcase Presentation 5
Taiwan
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1645 – 1705

Brand Showcase Presentation 6
India Tourism
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1830 – 2200

Networking Cocktail by Accor Bangkok & Hua Hin Hotels
Sky on 20, Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20


By Invitation Only
1830 – 2200

Networking Cocktail by Conrad Bangkok
Ballroom 3, Conrad Bangkok


By Invitation Only
26 SEPTEMBER 2019, THURSDAY
0900 – 1000

Association Day - Forum 3
Face Off: Should CVBs And PCOs Work Together For Greater Success?
Hosted by ICCA & WPCOA

MODERATOR
Noor Ahmad Hamid, Regional Director, Asia Pacific, ICCA

PANELISTS
Ikuko Nishimura, General Manager, Tokyo Office, Convention Business Division, Congress Corporation
Nancy Tan, Founder and Managing Director, Ace:Daytons Direct (International) Pte Ltd

Lotus Suite 5, Level 22, BCC


Association Day - Forum 4
The Future of Incentives – 10 Things You Need to Know
Hosted by SITE

Incentive Travel is the fastest growing, highest yield segment of the MICE/Business Events Industry. And it is also evolving significantly from luxury to authenticity, from productivity enhancer to corporate culture builder, from main hubs to secondary destinations. Come and learn how Incentive Travel is fundamentally changing and discover the top 10 trends that shape the future of this highly valued travel segment.

PRESENTER
Max Boontawee Jantasuwan, President, SITE Thailand Chapter

Lotus Suite 6, Level 22, BCC

0900 – 1300

Complimentary Candied Gourd By Taiwan Tourism Bureau
Taiwan Booth C2

0900 – 1700

Registration for Trade Visitors
Registration Counters, Level 22, BCC

0900 – 1700

Complimentary Hand-Painted Business Card Holder With Thai Patterns, Personalised With Your Name In Thai By Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau

Thailand Booth 1

0900 – 1700

Complimentary Sustainable Philippine Coffee By Philippine Tourism Promotions Board

Enjoy this special line of Philippine coffee blends from La Trinidad, Benguet, sourced from suppliers practicing Fair Trade as part of the Foundation for Sustainable Coffee Excellence (FSCE) programme.

Philippine Booth A2

0900 – 1715

IT&CMA Exhibition and Appointment Sessions

Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

APPOINTMENTS
EXHIBITION
0945 – 1550

“Thai Boxing With Me” Kick Boxing Show By Convention & Exhibition Bureau

The 5-min performances start at the following times:
0945, 1130, 1415, 1510 and 1545

Buyers receive a traditional Muay Thai pants:
Just share a post of the performance on social media with the hash tags
#thailandpavilion2019 #tceb #businesseventsthailand #redefine

Thailand Booth B1

1000 – 1030

Morning Refreshments For Buyers

Buyers Lounge, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1015 – 1115

Association Day: Exhibition Walkabout 3
Macao, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau, Japan National Tourism Organization, India Tourism

Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1020 – 1615

“Dance Me Up” Thai Contemporary Dance Show By Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau

The 5-min performances start at the following times:
1020, 1345, 1445, 1525 and 1610

Buyers receive a traditional Thai accessory:
Just share a post of the performance on social media with the hash tags
#thailandpavilion2019 #tceb #businesseventsthailand #redefine

Thailand Booth B1

1030 – 1130

Meet-The-Corporates Session 2
Knowledge Hub, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1130 – 1200

Corporate Exchange, Exclusively Thailand 2
In Partnership With Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau
Knowledge Hub, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1040 – 1140

ASEAN MICE Forum 1

Building A Sustainable MICE City - What We Need To Do To Get It Right?
What makes a destination city successful for business events now and long into the future? Why are some destinations not building a sustainable MICE city? Hear from our speakers on the challenges destinations face in creating sustainable business models, and what they must do to be able to go beyond leisure travel and attract business event planners in the long term.

MODERATOR
Rob Cotter, International Reporter, Meetings International

PANELISTS
Asako Shiomi, Manager, Osaka Convention and Tourism Bureau
Bert van Walbeek, Managing Director, The Winning Edge
Hosea Andreas Runkat (Andre), Vice Chairman, Indonesia Convention and Exhibition Bureau (INACEB)

Lotus Suite 5, Level 22, BCC

1400 – 1700

Complimentary Handmade Pancakes By MEET Taiwan
Taiwan Booth C2

1100 – 1115

Know-Your-Sarawak Quiz and Lucky Draw by Sarawak Convention Bureau
Malaysia Booth C1

1130 – 1150

Brand Showcase Presentation 7
Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1230 – 1345

18th Sticky Awards Lunch 2019
Networking Lunch Area, Outside Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1400 – 1500

ASEAN MICE Forum 2

SMART Cities – Leveraging MICE to Diversify and Support Economic Growth
This session looks into what destinations are doing to align their MICE industries with their governments’ key economic growth strategies and how they can leverage MICE events to maximise economic and community benefits. It will provide examples of how this is being done across the Asia region and how governments are making the connection between economic growth strategies, economic diversity and MICE, especially in the transformation of their economies from manufacturing to creative and knowledge economies.

MODERATOR
Mike Williams, Senior Consultant and Partner, GainingEdge

PANELISTS
Nichapa Yoswee, Senior Vice President Strategic Marketing & Business Development, Thailand Exhibition and Convention Bureau Pairach Piboonrungro
Pairach Piboonrungroj, Director of MICE Excellence Centre, Faculty of Economics, Chiang Mai University

Lotus Suite 5, Level 22, BCC

1400 – 1420

Brand Showcase Presentation 8
Thai Hotel Association (Northern Chapter) and Chiang MICE, Chiang Mai
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1425 – 1445

Brand Showcase Presentation 9
Phuket Tourist Association
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1450 – 1510

Brand Showcase Presentation 10
Japan National Tourism Organization
Presentation Area, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1500 – 1515

Know-Your-Sarawak Quiz and Lucky Draw by Sarawak Convention Bureau
Malaysia Booth C1

1515 – 1615

Association Day: Exhibition Walkabout 4
MICE Excellence Center, Macao, Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau, Taiwan, Jeju
Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1530 – 1545

Resorts World Sentosa Experience Lucky Draw
Resorts World Sentosa Booth D4

1600 – 1630

Afternoon Refreshments For Buyers
Buyers Lounge, Exhibition Hall, Level 22, BCC

1900 – 2100

Networking Chao Phraya River Cruise Dinner Hosted By OMT Group
River City Bangkok
2-way transfers will be provided. Transport departs Bangkok Convention Centre at 1730hrs. Delegates making their own way must arrive at the meeting point by 1830hrs.


By Invitation Only