Kim Benjamin
May 23, 2019

SITE identifies Asia as region with "brightest future" for incentives

APAC in particular could benefit from the organisation’s recently launched ‘Bangkok Manifesto’.

The Allianz Life Indonesia incentive group pose for a photo in Seoul

The Asia-Pacific region has the potential to benefit the most from the incentive travel sector.

This is according to Didier Scaillet, chief excellence officer at the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence SITE. He said Asia-Pacific has been earmarked as a growth area and in particular could benefit from the organisation’s recently launched Bangkok Manifesto’, a collection of ten statements examining the purpose and value of incentive travel.

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