TFWA has announced an exciting range of social events for this year’s TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference.
The extensive social and networking options available will give participants the opportunity to socialise in a relaxed atmosphere, before and after the main business of the day.
Early risers on Sunday 7th May can join the competitive, as well as those who regard themselves as a little less talented, for a golf tournament. The event is organised in partnership with Interparfums at Raffles Country Club. A more chilled option is the early morning Tai Chi in the stunning rooftop setting of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. There is still time to register at www.tfwa.com.
In the evening, the elegant Welcome Cocktail at Singapore’s legendary Raffles hotel will herald the formal start to the event in style, allowing delegates and exhibitors to catch up over champagne, cocktails and a delicious buffet.
Tuesday evening will see the traditional Chill-Out Party at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel – the perfect antidote to a busy first two days. This will take place at the poolside. Delegates will be able to enjoy the magical theme, great entertainment, tempting buffet and even a massage to soothe hard-working feet and shoulders. This event is kindly sponsored by House of Sillage and Lacoste.
Wednesday evening will culminate with the Singapore Swing Party, which is definitely not a night to be missed. Back by popular demand, this high energy event at Universal Studios will allow guests to experience the thrill of exhilarating rides, along with entertainment, live music and a vibrant street food market.
Every evening Monday to Wednesday, delegates will be able to join friends and colleagues at the TFWA Asia Pacific Bar to unwind on the beautiful terrace where they can enjoy spectacular views of Marina Bay. Cocktails and drinks will be provided courtesy of exhibiting suppliers: Barry Global, Barton & Guestier, Beluga Vodka International Limited, Bottega, Brown Forman, Camus La Grande Marque, Disaronno, Globefill Inc, Heineken, International Beverage, Kinmen Kaoliang Liquor Inc., La Martiniquaise Bardinet, Miguel Torres, Prevelon Rus, Santa Margherita, Tenute Piccini and Zonin 1821.