Alternative Ownership Conference Asia-Pacific 2019 (Part 2)
Updated: Mar 24, 2019
In May of 2018, Horwath HTL reported that Asia Pacific was emerging as one of the most dynamic regions for world tourism, with tourist arrivals expected to reach 535 million by 2030. Fuelled by strong GDP growth rates, growing middle class consumers and rising disposable income, the region's thriving tourism industry would continue to show vigorous progress.
It is against this background of continuing growth that the regional Shared Ownership Industry will gather at the Grand Hyatt in Singapore on the 13th and 14th March for what will likely be a stimulating and thought-provoking Conference. Among the topics under discussion are the continued evolution of the Mixed -Use Development model and two separate break-out tracks focused on Real Estate and Innovation.
The first track will discuss regional trends in resort and residential real estate with a second breakout examining innovation in resort architecture and design. The Innovation track will examine new products and shorter-term offerings as well as the use of technology for marketing and customer engagement.
With the continuing disruption of traditional business models and with advances in new technology becoming all-pervasive, keeping up to speed with fresh thinking, as well as understanding just how these new technologies can be harnessed to reduce marketing and sales costs whilst simultaneously generating bottom-line improvements, is critically important for success in today’s ever-changing business environment. These Sessions, along with the Conference opening presentation from the CEO of Juwai.com, will provide attendees with much food for thought.
AOCAP, as always, will offer excellent networking plus opportunities for one-on-one conversation with industry leaders. The meeting of APRDO’s Members and other regional Trade Association representatives will also provide an opportunity for sharing perspectives on how the industry should move forward within the Asia-Pacific region which will continue to be a global leader in travel and tourism growth for the foreseeable future.