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Cinnamon Future of Tourism 2017

Spearheading the growth of the country’s travel industry, revolutionalising the normative take on tourism and tourist destinations, the 2nd edition of ‘Cinnamon Future of Tourism 2017’ would see a diverse audience of internationally renowned, top innovators in the travel and tourism industry, brought together right here in Sri Lanka. Held on ‘World Tourism Day’, the tourism summit brings to light the role played by technology, authenticity and innovation in the future of tourism.

Hosted by Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts, the event brings forth a number of acclaimed speakers to the stage. This September, a keynote speaker on 3 continents and brand ambassador of ‘TRENDONE’, Rene Massatti, a hospitality professional Jeroen Gulickx, executive editor of ‘Cable News Network (CNN) Travel’, Brekke Fletcher and a host of other innovators takes the stage.

Why You Should Go

Intrigue in a seminar honing in on the subject of making tourist destinations ready for the future. With consideration to the trends and changes one could expect in the future travel industry, the conference speaks of how one could adapt one’s business accordingly. Partake in a thought-provoking summit which touches on the topics of data driven innovation in the hotel industry, changing the future of the hospitality landscape in order to make one’s hotel more profitable and so forth.

Delight in insights by a number of industry leaders and experts, the likes of Bas Lemmens, co-founder of ‘Booking.com’, Roy Graff, leader of the expansion of ‘Dragon Trail Interactive’ into Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Dr. Sanjay Nadkarni, director of research and innovation at the ‘Emirates Academy of Hospitality and Management’ and much more.

Title image by: Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts

Date and Time

Sep 26, 2017
10:00am
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Corporate and Conferences

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