Invitation to Amazing Thailand New Chapters Roadshow

It is our great pleasure to invite you to join our Amazing Thailand New Chapters Roadshow — a great opportunity for you to meet and update Thailand tourism with 20 suppliers  from hotels and destination management companies in major destinations in Thailand.

You can choose to join either in Copenhagen on 23 August 2022 or in Stockholm on 24 August 2022.

For those who live in Finland, Norway and the Baltic States who are interested to join our event, TAT Stockholm office, reserve space for you in Stockholm on 24 August 2022. We support one (1) air ticket (round trip in economy class) and one(1)  night accommodation per company. 

Date & Place
23 August 2022: Radisson Blu Scandinavia Copenhagen
24 August 2022: Sheraton Stockholm Hotel

Program
16.00        Buyer registration
16.15        Thailand tourism update
17.00         Pre-appointment (buyers meet sellers)
19.00         Coffee Break
19.15         Free Flow (sellers meet buyers)
20.00         Dinner & Lucky Draw

For more inquiries, please contact us event@tourismthailand.se 

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