Free Publication from PATA: The Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin

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VE Bulletin DEC

BANGKOK, December 17, 2014 — The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is pleased to announce that the monthly Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin is now available for free to both members and non-members.

The Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin is produced on a monthly basis and covers trends and developments across the Asia Pacific region. It aims to monitor the far-reaching impact of travel and tourism across national economies, in order to encourage better and more comprehensive policy responses from governments in support of the sector.

PATA CEO Mario Hardy noted, “With the ever-changing landscape of the travel and tourism industry, stakeholders need to be informed and up-to-date to stay relevant in today’s environment. The Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin offers all stakeholders the opportunity to discover the trends and developments within the region and gain a competitive advantage.”

The most recent edition of the Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin is now available to view. The last edition of this year’s VE Bulletin, written by Jonathan Van Parys, Vice President Strategy, Dragone, examines the relationship between performing arts and live entertainment to the visitor experience and how Asia’s top travel destinations will house some of the world’s most iconic shows over the coming years.

View or download a copy of the 10th edition of the Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin here.

For back issues and other PATA publications, please visit www.PATAstore.com.

 -ENDS-

 

About PATA
Founded in 1951, the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is a not-for profit association that is internationally acclaimed for acting as a catalyst for the responsible development of travel and tourism to, from and within the Asia Pacific region. The Association provides aligned advocacy, insightful research and innovative events to its member organisations, comprising 90 government, state and city tourism bodies, nearly 30 international airlines, airports and cruise lines, 57 educational institutions, and hundreds of travel industry companies in Asia Pacific and beyond. Thousands of travel professionals belong to the 43 local PATA chapters worldwide. The chapters organise travel industry training and business development events. Their grassroots activism underpins PATA’s membership of the Global Travel Association Coalition (GTAC), which includes ACI, CLIAIATAICAO, WEF, UNWTO and the WTTC. The PATAmPOWER platform delivers unrivalled data, forecasts and insights from the PATA Strategic Intelligence Centre to members’ desktops and mobile devices anywhere in the world. PATA’s Head Office has been in Bangkok since 1998. The Association also has official offices or representation in Beijing, Sydney, Dubai, London and New York. Visit www.PATA.org.

 

Media Contact:
PATA
Paul Pruangkarn
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Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: +66 2 658 2000
E-mail: Communications@PATA.org