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ADCN / MDBC: The Future of Travel After COVID – 19
June 29, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Dear Members of the ASEAN Dutch Chamber Network (ADCN): ADB – DutchCham, DBAV, DBNI, DCCP, MDBC, and NTCC,
On Monday, June 29 the ASEAN Dutch Chamber Network will host a regional webinar with guest speakers Roland Coppens (General Manager SEA & Oceania at Air France – KLM), Jasper Heslinga (Program Manager, CELTH), and Menno Stokman (Director, CELTH).
Recently, the Centre of Expertise Leisure Tourism & Hospitality (CELTH) published a study describing the future of the travel industry after the COVID – 19 crisis in four scenarios. These explorative scenarios prepared in dialogue with entrepreneurs, financiers, authorities, DMOs, and knowledge parties, are the first steps towards a future – proof hospitality sector and sustainable destinations. Will it remain ‘business as usual’ or will it become ‘survival of the fittest’? Or will this crisis lead to ‘business as unusual’ with a visitor economy in transition or responsible travel? And what will the implications be?
Date: Monday, 29 June
– 17:00 hrs (Malaysia / Philippines / Singapore Time)
– 16:00 hrs (Indonesia / Thailand / Vietnam Time)
– 11:00 hrs (Netherlands Time)
* Complimentary for all MDBC and ADCN Members. Please indicate which ADCN chamber you are a member of.
** For event registration guidelines, please click here.
This webinar is free for members of the six Dutch Chambers of Commerce in ASEAN:
Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam, representing a diverse range of Dutch – ASEAN Business.
Please note: This event is for MDBC and ADCN members only.
All members of MDBC and / or ADCN are encouraged to register online via the REGISTRATION FORM HERE.
By clicking and registering online, you acknowledge the event guidelines.
Kindly indicate that you are a member of MDBC.
MDBC will not be handling registrations for this event directly. Limited “seats” are available so registration is on a first come, first served basis. We would like to encourage MDBC members to register early.
We look forward to your attendance!
With best regards,