Leaders are meeting in Bali!

Global Tourism Forum Annual Meeting 2022 Indonesia is Asia pacific’s largest tourism event bringing together the key players of tourism and its parallel industries, politicians, digital influencers, investors and experts to reshape the path through industry’s future. GTF’s Annual Meeting 2022 will take place during two days in Bali on November 17-18, with the c-level representors of world’s top travel, tourism, aviation companies.

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GTF Annual Meeting 2022 will be held as a parallel program to G20 2022 Indonesia which wil be placed on November 15-16, Bali. This is also an unique opportunity to be with top leaders and government officials from all around the world and networking.

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Speakers for the Annual Meeting 2022 will be announce

Dr. Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno
Minister Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia
Adesewa Josh

Journalist, TRT World

Dr. Sapta Nirwandar
Chairman of ITF
Bulut Bagci
President WTFI
Dato Paduka Lim Jock Hoi
Secretary General, ASEAN
Arslan Kiran

Head of Growth Turkey/Germany/MENA, The Sandbox

Budi Karya Sumadi

Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia

Liz Ortiguera

CEO, Pacific Asia Travel Association PATA

Irfan Setiaputra

CEO of Garuda Indonesia

Joel Katz
Managing Director, CLIA Australasia & Asia
Yang Li ( 李杨 )
Head of Public Affairs, APAC Booking.com
Brune Poirson

Chief Sustainability Officer, Accor

Kusumo Martanto
CEO Blibli
Paul Endmundus Tallo
Chairman Indonesia Inbound Tourism Association (IINTOA)
M. Gunawan Yasni
Independent Consultant on Finance/ Accounting and Capital Market
Prof. Wiendu Nuryanti
Gajah Mada University, Vice Minister for Culture
Gilda Sagrado
Bali Bamboo Architecture & Bali Online Healing
Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardana Sukawati

Vice Governor of Bali

Anna Gladman
CEO nib Travel
Pauline Suharno

Association of Indonesia Travel Agent (ASTINDO)

Adrien Marie
General Manager Movenpick Resort & Spa Jimbaran in Bali
Budi Tirtawisata
CEO,PT. Panorama Sentrawisata
Hariyadi Sukamdani
Ida Bagus Ngurah Wijaya
Founder of Bali Village and Former Chairman of Bali Tourism Board
On Lee
Josianne Cutajar

Member of the European Parliament

Alphonzus Widjaja
Chairman of Indonesia Shopping Center Association
Zeynep Utku
Co-Founder of GLOBART
Adi Satria
Senior Vice President Operations and Government Relations at ACCOR
Sam Woollard
CMO, Travala.com
Chris Kerin
Ari Respati
Presiden Director of ITDC-Mandalika
István Ujhelyi
Member of the European Parliament
Quoc Bao Ngo
Founder & CEO MyReality & Beyond
Ismail Ertug
Member of the European Parliament
Dimas Surya Yaputra
CCO, Tiket.com
Dr Valerie Levine
CEO Imperial Green Capital, green project investor UK
Peta Milan
Founder / Principal Henmil Group Family Office
Yulia Stark
Founder and President of the European Women’s Association
Dr Amit Sharma

Global Expert for Sustainable Development Issues

Sachin Manocha
Publisher, Mice Affairs Media Group
Armand Steinmeyer
Vice President of Business Development, The Ascott Limited
Claudia Tapardel
CCO, Ariva
Geraldine Low
Investor and Entrepreneur Founding & Managing Partner at Berioza Associates
Member of European Parliament
Minh Duc Ngo
Chairman ASIA DMC
Shirley Tan
Chief Executive Officer, Rajawali Property Group
Tan Sri Dr Rebecca Sta

Executive Director, APEC Secretariat

Conrad Clifford

Senior Vice President & Deputy Director General IATA

Jesper Palmqvist

Senior Director Asia Pacific – STR

Jeremy Oppenheim
Founder & Managing Partner Systemiq
Ahmad Arab
The Vice-minister of Tourism of Saudi
Elena Kontoura
H.E. Dr. Htay Aung
Minister of Hotels and Tourism, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Sorcha Hellyer
BBC Global News (MC)
H.E. Dr. Htay Aung
Minister of Hotels and Tourism, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Sachin Manocha
Publisher, Mice Affairs Media Group


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In collaboration with our host nations, the World Tourism Forum Institute is reshaping economies through tourism development. We do this by working with countries that have untold tourism stories to share, as well as countries with already established tourism industries that are seeking to drive the narrative about their current and future success. Our aim is to reduce the negative impact of tourism, by increasing the more positive impact of sustainable development goals in tourism globally. As the leading international tourism development and investment brand, the World Tourism Forum Institute, is a London, UK-based organisation, committed to promoting countries in the fields of tourism development, economic growth, FDI through tourism investments, and human resource development within the industry. The World Tourism Forum Institute creates a legacy for the host country, by way of carefully selected and tailor-made initiatives aiming to promote the country’s image internationally, create greater visibility and determine the industry’s objectives through soft power. These experiences – from Global Tourism Forum conferences, WTFI’s masterclasses, and international media promotions – are designed to strengthen the nation’s brand abroad, as well as highlight the importance of the tourism sector in the economic landscape.

Based In Jakarta – Indonesia, we are a non-profit organization that focuses on promoting Indonesia Tourism and support the industry to become excellent. We are associated with world tourism forum institute as our global partner.

Mission of ITF:

  1. Promoting Indonesian tourism in the local and global community
  2. Creating Collaborative-Competitive ecosystem for tourism industry in Indonesia
  3. Driving the development of tourism destination in Indonesia
  4. Connecting and Parnership with global organization like World Tourism Forum institute (WTFI), World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTF), UNWTO, or DinarStandard
  5. Platform to share information and knowledge regarding tourism in global or national scale
  6. Providing information and strengthen the global network for business opportunity and investment in Indonesia tourism.
  7. Encourage and enrich Indonesian tourism human resources by conducting training, conference and webinars.

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Indonesian: Kementerian Pariwisata dan Ekonomi Kreatif, formerly Kementerian Pariwisata) is the ministry in Indonesia concerned with administration of tourism.

In the 1990s, tourism was a directorate general within the Department of Tourism, Posts and Telecommunications (Indonesian: Departemen Pariwisata, Pos dan Telekomunikasi) which concerned with administration of postal and telecommunication as well., not a standalone department/ministry yet.

In 2014, the ministry name changes to become the Ministry of Tourism after President Joko Widodo announce the cabinet line up. Joko Widodo plan to spin off the Directorate General of Creative Economy into a new separate organisation which will be named Creative Economy Agency (Indonesian: Badan Ekonomi Kreatif).

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