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New Zealand welcomes first PATA Global Insights Conference

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

pata logo whiteSKYCITY Grand Hotel in Auckland, New Zealand will host the inaugural PATA Global Insights Conference 2015 on October 16, 2015. This first time event will explore the key influences that will drive and shape future thinking in terms of tourism destination development, design, access and marketing.

The PATA Global Insights Conference brings together a dynamic and unique line up of international thought leaders recognised for their success and expertise in innovative and disruptive thinking. Key topics to be analysed and discussed at the PATA Global Insights Conference include the rapid boom of digital technologies and its impact on managing further growth; retail and online payment systems and the consumer purchasing experience; increasing market access though aviation expansion; destination design, branding and positioning in an increasingly cluttered market; and environmental and economic sustainability.

For more information or to register for the conference, please visit www.PATA.org/pgic-2015

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