APTRA Summer in the City networking event to spotlight FY24 outlook

By Faye Bartle |

APTRA its Summer in the City networking evening

The Asia Pacific Travel Retail Association’s (APTRA) Summer in the City networking evening is taking place tomorrow (2 August) at Duddell’s in Hong Kong.

During the evening, Anson Bailey, Head of Consumer and Retail ASPAC, KPMG will present an update on the FY24 outlook, travel trends and the impact of Chinese consumers.

He will also comment on the rise of ASEAN & South Asia and the impact of tech and innovation including AI.

In addition, the event will feature a prize draw to raise funds for the Koma Karanth Foundation, the WiTR+ charity of the year.

There are still some spaces available and all attendees will enjoy dim sum from Michelin-star restaurant Duddell’s, as well as champagne and cocktails courtesy of Pernod Ricard, which has today been announced as sponsor of the event.

APTRA its Summer in the City networking evening

Left: Simon van Moppes General Manager, North Asia Travel Retail, Pernod Ricard North Asia. Right: Anson Bailey, Head of Consumer and Retail ASPAC, KPMG.

“Pernod Ricard is proud to be a member of APTRA and to support its vital support and campaigning work on behalf of the industry,” said Pernod Ricard General Manager North Asia Travel Retail Simon van Moppes.

“It’s our pleasure to sponsor Summer in the City and we look forward to meeting up with friends and industry colleagues.”

Tickets are priced at US$100 per person and can be booked via [email protected]

READ MORE: Anson Bailey joins APTRA Summer in the City Hong Kong networking event

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