Joint Business Cocktail Presentation: Google and how they can assist Tourism businesses to grow their market share
How has technology changed the travel experience for consumers in South East Asia? With travelers increasingly empowered by technology, they are demanding more from Hotels to serve their needs seamlessly. In particular, SEA is a unique region - users are coming online rapidly, it leads the world globally in mobile engagement, traveller profiles are younger and localization is key. How can travel businesses be more relevant to these travelers and win them over?
The The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) in collaboration with the Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce (AustCham), British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT), India Thai Chamber of Commerce (ITCC), the Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce (NTCC) and South African - Thai Chamber of Commerce (SATCC), would like to invite our members and guests to attend a Joint Business Cocktail Presentation on "Google and how they can assist Tourism businesses to grow their market share" by Rohan Dhanuka, Strategy and Insights Lead, APAC Travel Google.
When: Tuesday, July 23, 2019, 17:30 - 20:00
- 17.30 - 18.00 : Registration and Networking
- 18.00 - 18.45 : Presentation by Rohan Dhanuka; Strategy and Insights Lead, APAC Travel Google
- 18.45 - 19.00 : Q&A
- 19.00 - 20.00 : Networking
- 20.00 : End of Session
What is the topic: “Google and how they can assist Tourism businesses to grow their market share”
Who is the speaker: Rohan Dhanuka; Strategy and Insights Lead, APAC Travel Google.
"Rohan is the Strategy & Insights lead for the APAC Travel team within Google. Based in Singapore, he helps drive insights for some of the world's largest travel aggregators, travel suppliers and other hybrid travel brands. His main responsibility is helping them grow users in APAC, through analytics led insights. Prior to joining Google, he was an Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company, working on Digital Transformations for large corporates. Rohan holds an MBA from Columbia University and an Msc. from Nanyang Technological University."