Global Tourism Economy Forum
The Global Tourism Economy Forum will be held on Spetember 9-11, 2012 at the Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre.
Conceived by the China Chamber of Tourism, hosted by the Macau SAR Government and coordinated by the Global Tourism Economy Research Centre, the Forum is an interactive discussion platform designed to capture a macro view of the interplay between tourism and other major economies, and the momentum that each builds upon the growth of the other.
Through discussions between delegates and tourism stakeholders, the forum will uncover a wealth of opportunities in the industry, as well as their power to drive social and economic development. By bridging the economic advantages and resources of the East with the innovation and expertise of the West, the forum aims to spark beneficial partnerships that have the power to shape the industry towards sustainable growth on a global scale.
The Central Government leader of China will be officiating the Forum Opening ceremony, and the Minister for Economic and Employment of Portugal and Minister of Tourism Malaysia have confirmed to be keynote speakers of the Forum. We are also in the process of inviting the Tourism Ministers or equivalent government officials from countries such as Singapore, Indonesia, South Africa to present at the Forum.
In addition, as a special PATA offer to all PATA delegates, we are extending a 50% discount on the registration fee (regularly priced at USD650; PATA delegates only pays USD325). Delegates can register at our forum website www.GTE-Forum.com and enter code: PATA to enjoy the offer.
This is a remarkable opportunity to meet top leaders of tourism/hospitality groups from around the world, as well as officials from some of the fastest expanding provinces from China.
The registration fee already includes all items listed below valued at over USD700!
* Welcome Reception/Dinner
* All Lunches
* “House of Dancing Water” Entertainment Show
* Gala Dinner
* City Tour
* Farewell Dinner
For registration and further information www.GTE-Forum.com