Accor, Como Hotels & Resorts, Edwardian Hotels London, Kilit Hospitality Group, RIU Hotels and Resorts, Side Crown Hotels, The Ascott Limited, Universal Parks & Resorts, and Wynn Las Vegas and Encore all participating as Platinum Sponsors of the MarketHub Asia event from 22nd-25th October in Bali.
Shanghai, China - Hotelbeds, the world’s leading bedbank, has confirmed the sponsors of the MarketHub Asia event that will take place from 22nd – 25th October in Bali, Indonesia.
Platinum sponsors have been confirmed with the participation of Accor, Como Hotels & Resorts, Edwardian Hotels London, Kilit Hospitality Group, RIU Hotels and Resorts, Side Crown Hotels, The Ascott Limited, Universal Parks & Resorts, and Wynn Las Vegas and Encore.
In addition, Gold, Silver and Bronze sponsors have also been confirmed and further announcements will be made in due course.
Industry insight will also be provided by speakers from Skift, Phocuswright, Amazon Web Services (AWS), OYO Rooms, WTCF, and Web in Travel (WiT) participating on stage.
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua will be the host venue for this year’s MarketHub Asia.
Carlos Muñoz, Managing Director at Hotelbeds, commented: “We would like to thank all of our sponsors for their support and partnership in helping to make this great event possible. With over 400 attendees, MarketHub is brings together all the top industry professionals all in one place for three days of presentations, tradeshows, and networking – so sponsors will gain invaluable and extensive exposure in front of some of the industry’s most important decision-makers.”
MarketHub Asia is an invitation-only, three-day event attended by around 400 of the most important Hotelbeds partners from all the key source markets of Asia-Pacific and Middle East. Attendees this year are expected to include senior executives and decision makers from tour operators, airlines, and loyalty and reward points schemes.
Key-note speeches and panel sessions will be focused on the event’s ‘SHIFTING FUTURES’ theme, exploring how the travel sector should react to changes and shifts in the industry in terms of key topics such as technology, the complexity of distribution, shifting consumer trends, payments and data.
As a key and regular industry fixture since 2009, the MarketHubs are one of the leading events for bringing the travel industry together, with nine previous events in the Americas, five in Europe, and one in Asia.