Tourism and hospitality alumni Hong Kong event
  • The Pool Lounge Level 9, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim ShaTsui East, Kowloon Hong Kong

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Join us for an evening of tourism and hospitality in Hong Kong!

Plymouth University is delighted to invite tourism and hospitality graduates in Hong Kong to join us for an evening of informal networking at Hotel Icon, Hong Kong from 19:00-21:00 on Wednesday 7 September 2016.

The evening will include plenty of opportunities for you to network and a series of short speeches to bring you up to date with tourism and hospitality in Hong Kong:

  • Professor Paul Brunt, Head of School, Associate Dean and Professor of Tourism Management will welcome you to the event
  • Shanna Lee, Corporate Relations, Communications and Marketing Manager will share the latest news from the Hong Kong branch of the Institute of Hospitality
  • Professor Sheela Agarwal, Plymouth School of Tourism and Hospitality will update on the latest developments in PG education for tourism and hospitality professionals

Please join us, our esteemed colleagues from HKU SPACE University and your fellow graduates for what promises to be a fun and relaxed evening of networking with canapés and drinks.

The University team would love to meet you, hear where your journey has taken you since graduation and tell you about the latest news from your University.

We do hope that you will join us for this exciting event, book your place now

Booking will close on Friday 2 September 2016.

Venue: The Pool Lounge Level 9, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim ShaTsui East, Kowloon Hong Kong

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