Patrine Tay | Marketing Business Development Director, Asia-Pacific
VINCI Airports

Patrine Tay, Marketing Business Development Director, Asia-Pacific, VINCI Airports

As Marketing Business Development Director, Patrine Tay seeks to bring VINCI Airports’ expertise to airport privatization projects in Asia-Pacific, working hand in hand with grantors and stakeholders to maximize the value that an airport brings to the economy and its surrounding community. 

Prior to this role, Patrine served as the Marketing & Sales Director of Cambodia Airports, a subsidiary of VINCI Airports, in 2012-2016.  She was responsible for developing the aeronautical and non-aeronautical businesses of all three international gateways into Cambodia: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, and Sihanoukville. With her team of dedicated professionals, she grew passenger traffic at 13% CAGR to >7-million annually, improved the destination awareness of the country in untapped markets, and oversaw the retail execution of an ambitious airport extension project to double the capacity of Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International Airports. 

Patrine began her career in SilkAir, the regional arm of Singapore Airlines, before joining Thales where she engaged in the sales and marketing of its in-flight entertainment systems. She went on to helm a management role in Images In Motion, a content specialist in the Greater China market.  Her extensive experience in Asia-Pacific puts her in a vantage point to promote the value of VINCI Airports’ to infrastructure development in the region.

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Day Two @ 14:20

Panel: Airport future 2020

Learn more on the latest trends in designing and constructing futuristic, functional terminal facilities that will meet the future requirements of passengers and airlines.
  • What will be the needs of future travellers, and how should we go about developing airport facilities to satisfy these demands?
  • Innovative terminal designs to cope with increasing passenger numbers comfortably
  • Is bigger better in building airports?
  • Moving towards a customer-centric airport: Identifying the pain points and redefining the travel experience
  • What technology innovations are changing the way we think about airport design
  • How to use design to put passengers in a spending mood

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