TAT: Thailand ready to host the 2020 Global Summit of Women in Bangkok

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BANGKOK, October 18, 2019 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to announce its support for the staging of the “2020 Global Summit of Women”, in Bangkok, from 23-25 April, 2020.

TAT executives, led by Mr. Tanes Petsuwan, Deputy Governor for Marketing Communications, and Mr. Kitsana Kaewtumrong, Executive Director of the Advertising and Public Relations Department, recently welcomed Ms. Irene Natividad, President of the GlobeWomen Research and Education Institute, to a meeting in Bangkok in preparation for the 2020 Global Summit.

Mr. Tanes said, “Thailand is ready to host the 2020 Global Summit of Women in Bangkok and celebrate its 30th year of promoting women’s advancement in the global economy. That Thailand has been chosen as the host country can be attributed to the hard work and contribution of the Thai Host Committee, chaired by Mrs. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, former Minister of Tourism and Sports.”


From left: Mr. Kitsana Kaewtumrong, TAT’s Executive Director of the Advertising and Public Relations Department; Mr. Tanes Petsuwan, TAT’s Deputy Governor for Marketing Communications; Ms. Irene Natividad, President of the GlobeWomen Research and Education Institute; Mrs. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul; Dr. Chonchanok Viravan, Past International President of International Federation of Business and Professional Women and Vice Chair, Thai Host Committee, during the recent meeting at the TAT’s Head Office.

The 2020 Global Summit of Women is expected to see over 1,000 leaders in business and government from around the world celebrating the 30th Anniversary Summit in Bangkok and discussing several issues under the theme “Women: Revolutionising Economies”.

Key topics include ‘Changing the Face of Economic Leadership Globally’, ‘Promoting Ethical Corporate Governance through Diverse Perspectives’, ‘Creating Innovative Enterprises for 21st Century Global Markets’, ‘Increasing Countries GDPs While Uplifting Families and Communities’, and ‘Leading the Fight to Preserve the Planet’s Resources for Future Growth’.

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