Travel is returning at speed in Asia Pacific. With consumers forming the new “C-suite” in this era, they have placed an increased value on premium travel experiences and travel-related benefits. Brands now have an opportunity to leverage the return of travel to re-engage, build stronger relationships with their most valued customers, and in turn drive commercial returns.
To celebrate this, Collinson, owner and operator of Priority Pass, invited esteemed guests from both the financial services and travel sectors in Hong Kong to an exclusive networking event at two-star Michelin French restaurant, Écriture.
Besides featuring a bespoke menu and live art, Collinson’s Managing Director for North Asia, Ian Lee hosted a fireside chat with Collinson’s Vice President for Business Solutions in APAC, Rohan Bhalla, to discuss key findings from our latest research report – The New Rules of Engagement: Customer Expectations Revealed. Actionable insights on how brands can leverage the return of travel to re-engage and build stronger relationships with their most valued customers, and in turn drive commercial returns, were also shared during the session.