Inaugural Tourism and Travel Media Summit Launches Professional Development Program in Singapore

  • 04:25 AM, 20 Sep, 2018

TravMedia is celebrating the launch of the inaugural Tourism and Travel Media Summit [TTMS] which is set to bring together Asia's leading and most influential members of the tourism industry for a high impact professional development program at the Fairmont Singapore on Monday 15th October 2018.

 The new half day conference will play host to an unrivalled line up of speakers that will address key topics faced in Global Corporate Messaging, Digital Storytelling, and Social Media. 

Nick Wayland, (pictured right) TravMedia's CEO and Founder, said: “Our aim in launching the Tourism and Travel Media Summit in Asia is to improve the communications within the travel industry. We want to upskill the market by sharing the collective knowledge of our TravMedia industry leaders and wider community. We have worked hard on bringing together the expert panel, with key speakers such as Rajan Datar, host of Fast Track BBC World News' flagship travel programme.”

The programme will feature a series of intensive sessions covering topics such as; Corporate Communications , Crisis Communication in the Digital World, Storytelling Through Video and Social Media Content Marketing. The summit will be held over a four-hour period, followed by an evening networking session.

Delegates can expect to learn how to promote their tourism destinations better, how to work with media and influencers, how to improve their story writing and content development skills and how to develop a comprehensive promotional campaign that will put their destination or attraction front of mind for travellers. The sessions delivered by top-tier media and PR experts and the networking session will allow participants to meet these influential media and find out how to work with them better and how to create a stronger return from visiting media programs. 

TTMS registration is still open on the event microsite. Visit

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