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Multi Chambers Travel & Tourism Panel Discussion

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Date & Time: 16-Aug-2016 18:30  
Location: Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park
Duration:
Member Cost: THB 900.00
Non-member Cost: THB 1,100.00
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BCCT in collaboration with the American, Australian, Belgium-Luxembourg, Canadian, Finnish, French, German, Irish, Netherlands, Singapore, Swiss and South African Chambers of Commerce cordially invites you to a Multi Chambers Panel Discussion organised by BCCT.

Date: Tuesday 16 August 2016

Time: 6.30 – 9.00 pm

Venue: Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park, 952 Rama IV Road between Silom and Surawong Roads (Saladaeng BTS Station exit 5 or Silom MRT Station exit 2)

Topic: A changing landscape for accommodation – how does the AirBnB model fit with the Thai market?

Panel:

  • Simon Landy, Executive Chairman, Colliers International Thailand
  • Dennis Hemsin, Lawyer, Bangkok International Associates
  • Stefan Wolf, SVP Revenue & Distribution Strategy, ONYX Hospitality
  • Moderator: David Barrett, CEO, Hype Global Company Limited

Cost: THB 900 per person for participating chambers members and THB 1,100 for non-members. Price is inclusive of a cocktail food, soft drinks, beer and wine. BCCT members who walk-in will be subject to non-member rate of THB 1,100 and availability. Any non-members wishing to attend must book online. No non-member walk-ins.

Prepayment by Wednesday 10 August is required to confirm your seat.

Payment Methods: http://members.bccthai.com/asp/view_doc.asp?DocCID=2941

Event overview: There is no doubt that AirBnB has taken the accommodation market by storm on a worldwide platform. Bringing greater choice to the consumer, an easy to navigate platform, opening up revenue options for room/unit owners that otherwise face challenges to get visibility, and of course coming in at lower costs than other online channels ….it all seems positive. However how does this form of selling fit with Thailand’s legal structure for hotels and condominiums to operate, be it with necessary licenses, insurances and authorisations? The panel brings a scope of knowledge that covers legal, real estate, hotel and revenue viewpoints. Join us for what will be an interesting conversation as we debate the impact of a changing landscape of accommodation sales.