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Future of Leisure

Future of Leisure

Within a year, travel went from being a norm and a luxury, to a commodity. But with the world slowly recovering from the pandemic, the travel industry is gearing up to do business like never before. How will this newfound freedom change the way travelers behave? What can industry players do to accommodate new demands in a post-pandemic world? Our panel of experts shed some light on this redefined sense of leisure, and how it could help not just the global travel space, but local ones as well.

Date & Time

28th October 2021 | 1:30pm - 2:15pm

Speakers
Freda Liu
Freda Liu

Presenter/Producer
BFM Enterprise

Freda works on the Enterprise show covering everything from startups to scaleups and social enterprises to MNCs. She considers herself an advocate for sustainability and enjoys learning about how organisations are developing their businesses in this direction.

Yeoh Siew Hoon
Yeoh Siew Hoon

Founder
Web In Travel

Yeoh Siew Hoon is the founder of WiT, launching it in Singapore in 2005 and going on to launch WiT editions across Asia Pacific, as well as Middle East and Europe. The events and news platform was acquired by Northstar Travel Media in 2014. WiT Singapore became the first travel conference to go hybrid in 2020.

Johnny Thorsen
Johnny Thorsen

Global Travel Technology Evangelist

Johnny Thorsen is a global travel technology evangelist in the corporate travel and mobile world with proven ability to start new business or develop new services within large companies as well as negotiating and closing "impossible deals" between global enterprise buyers, start-up suppliers and major established industry players.

Adrian Praveen
Adrian Praveen

CEO
Arrowood International Sdn. Bhd

Founder of Arrowood, Adrian has been in the Hospitality Industry for 12 years. He has worked in groups like Shangri-La and Starwood Hotels & Resorts.


10/28/2021 01:30 PM Asia/Kuala_Lumpur 10/28/2021 02:15 PM +45 minutes Future of Leisure Within a year, travel went from being a norm and a luxury, to a commodity. But with the world slowly recovering from the pandemic, the travel industry is gearing up to do business like never before. How will this newfound freedom change the way travelers behave? What can industry players do to accommodate new demands in a post-pandemic world? Our panel of experts shed some light on this redefined sense of leisure, and how it could help not just the global travel space, but local ones as well. The event will be broadcasted live on BFM 89.9's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BFMradio/. Please follow for notifications. https://www.facebook.com/BFMradio/