Main Program | When the World Stopped Traveling

30 Oct 2020 15:00 - 16:00
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As an island that relies heavily on tourism, the COVID-19 crisis has led to Bali’s most challenging period in recent memory. Our panelists have spent decades in Indonesia’s tourism industry and contributed greatly to its development. They’ll reflect on how the global halt in travel has impacted on the island’s future, and how lessons from the past can be used to tackle the current climate.

Sebagai pulau yang sangat bergantung pada pariwisata, krisis COVID-19 telah menjadi periode paling menantang di Bali dalam ingatan baru-baru ini. Panelis kami telah menghabiskan puluhan tahun di industri pariwisata Indonesia dan berkontribusi besar pada perkembangannya. Mereka akan merenungkan bagaimana penghentian perjalanan global telah berdampak pada masa depan pulau ini, dan bagaimana pelajaran dari masa lalu dapat digunakan untuk mengatasi situasi saat ini.

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Stanley Joseph Allison

Stanley Joseph Allison has been working in the hotel industry for years, contributing to the advancement of multiple hotels in different countries, including Sierra Leone, Ghana, Uganda, and Nigeria. He …

Janice Mantjika

New Zealand born Janice Mantjika, is a founding member of the Bali International Women’s Association (BIWA). She worked as an advertising rep at a National newspaper and established Jan’s Tours …

Warwick Purser

Warwick Purser came to Bali in 1968 and decided to stay in Indonesia, accepted as a consultant to United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). He then Founded Out of Asia in …

Edward Speirs

Edward Speirs is the Managing Editor of NOW! Bali, a culture and travel based media on the island. Fluent in Indonesian and English, his writing shares local stories, art and …

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