Thailand lands biggest-ever conference since reopening

With support from TCEB, the Unicity 2022 global conference is confirmed to take place in Bangkok this August.

All thumbs up from (from left) TCEB's Supanich Thiansing and Supawan Teerarat, and Unicity International's Christopher Kim and Bobby Kim.
All thumbs up from (from left) TCEB's Supanich Thiansing and Supawan Teerarat, and Unicity International's Christopher Kim and Bobby Kim. Photo Credit: TCEB

Thailand is set to welcome its biggest corporate meeting and incentive travel group since travel restrictions were lifted when the 2022 Unicity Global Leadership & Innovation Conference takes place from 5-7 August at Bangkok's IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center. 

Supported by Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB), the event is expected to attract more than 10,000 Unicity distributors from over 50 countries, with post-event tours to Pattaya and Phuket available to convention delegates. 

Supawan Teerarat, TCEB’s senior vice president - MICE capability and innovation, said: “TCEB’s collaboration with various government departments and MICE organisations are bearing fruit – we are witnessing an upswing in corporate meetings and incentive groups coming to Thailand.”

TCEB is providing a partial subsidy and comprehensive services to assist delegates attending the Unicity conference, including fast-track immigration clearance for Unicity executives and its pre-event conference teams with TCEB’s MICE Lane Service at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport, and facilitation of visa application to Thai embassies and consulates abroad by Unicity delegates in their home countries.

The conference is projected to bring an estimated 660 million baht (US$18 million) in spending by delegates to host city Bangkok and the two primary post-conference tour destinations. 

Looking ahead, TCEB forecasts Thailand will be hosting 25 international corporate meetings and incentive travel groups from July to September this year, which will contribute more than 1 billion baht to the Thai economy. This includes 15,138 travellers from the key source markets of India, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, the UK and Vietnam.



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