SINGAPORE. Delegates are encouraged to register early to secure their place at Trinity Forum 2022, which will be held in Singapore on November 1-2.
Space at the conference venue, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, and the gala dinner venue, Jewel Changi Airport, is limited, so guests are advised to make their reservations in time.
Hotel rooms are available at special rates at the JW Marriott Singapore South Beach if guests book through the dedicated Trinity website on this link. Registration of delegates for the event can also be done via the event website.
The Trinity Forum, the world’s most influential airport business revenue conference, will be hosted by Changi Airport Group. It is co-organized by The Moodie Davitt Report, ACI World and ACI Asia-Pacific.
The preferential rate for hotel rooms is available for bookings between October 31 and November 2 inclusive. Trinity Forum Preferred Rate bookings must be made by Monday, October 10 and are subject to availability.
The JW Marriott Singapore South Beach Hotel is a design landmark near Suntec City in City Hall, offering a balance of historic heritage and contemporary style close to the central business district and major Singapore attractions.
The Forum will begin with a half-day session leading up to the opening cocktail, followed by a full-day conference and what promises to be a dazzling gala dinner, which will take place at the airport. Jewel Changi on November 2.
As noted, the speaker roster continues to grow with a host of prominent retail executives joining the program. Additionally, the Asia Pacific Travel Retail Association (APTRA) hosts its acclaimed annual APTRA Exchange at the Trinity Forum. Full details will be announced shortly.
This year’s event will also see the return of The Trinity Challengean initiative to inspire creativity and innovation in travel retail, in association with Mondelez International World Travel Retail, the innovation partner of the Trinity Forum. Click here to learn more about how to enter.
The Trinity Forum, first held in 2003, seeks to improve dialogue and mutual understanding between airports, concessionaires and brands for the benefit of this essential fourth party – the traveling consumer.