2018 Supporting Partners
The Association of Thai Sommelier (ATS) provides classes and seminars for wine professionals and enthusiast. ATS believes that the sommelier today are more than just serving wine, they should also have complete knowledge on wine and has a flair for human relations. He or she must also display a considerable understanding of purchase and stock management relating to Thai culture and International Standard Procedure of Gastronomic Squences “TISP”.
Jakarta Hotels Association, consists of the finest 3, 4 & 5 star Hotels in Jakarta, Indonesia. JHA or known as JIHA previously was notarized and formally established in the first quarter of 2000 replacing the previous informal General Managers’ organization or known as Casa Grande. With 47 active members, JHA works along similar lines as other International Hotel Associations where members proactively address common issues and opportunities that impact to the hotel industry in Jakarta.
JHA built communication and maintain relationship with both Tourism and Government Agencies and ensure that important issues are well distribute to all members in an accurate and timely manner.
Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) was established in 1974. Since its inception, MAH has constantly enhanced the hotel and tourism industry by integrating member hotels throughout Malaysia. To date, MAH has over 900 members under 13 chapters and partnerships with both the private sectors and Government agencies such as the Ministry of Tourism. Being officially recognised as a National Hotel Association, MAH is committed to the exacting standards of service quality acknowledged by Malaysia and beyond.
The Philippine Coffee Board Inc. (PCBI) is a private sector-led non-profit organization established in May 2002. The goal of the PCBI is to develop and promote the Philippine coffee industry through technical assistance for coffee farmers and processors; and through marketing and promotions of coffee for domestic and export markets. It conducts several events a year, including coffee farming courses, coffee shop seminars, trade shows, and farm tours. The PCBI is composed of members from the growers, millers, roasters, retailers, local governments, and agriculture credit sectors.